It seems Sony are aiming to reward Playstation owners even further. The introduction of the MVP system looks set to reward the top 1% of Playstation players.
Telltale’s “The Walking Dead” should hopefully be released this autumn, according to reports from GameInformer.
Now this is interesting. Considering all we’ve heard about the lack of backwards compatibility and issues surrounding data being lost between the two consoles, it seems Telltale Games are still trying to work on something…
Watch Dogs is a hugely anticipated game from the folks over at Ubisoft and PC gamers will be glad to know their system will be the lead platform for development.
And there goes all of Sony’s thunder. In an interview with Engadget, it has been confirmed that all your PS3 purchases and saves won’t carry onto PS4. Oh, boy.
SCEE President, Shuhei Yoshida, has indicated that his aim with PS4 is to ensure the console is updated in the background, and that all future firmware updates will happen without ever having to interrupt a player’s gametime.
After taking a hiatus last year, Blizzard fans will be delighted to hear that Blizzcon is back in 2013 for its seventh outing. There’s no update on price or availability yet, but we do know it is taking place on Friday, November 8th and Saturday, November 9 at the Anaheim…
Short, sharp and simple. Here are the main points we gathered from Sony’s conference, along with the latest assets.