It sure is, danm, Kratos looks epic as hell!!QuickSilver wrote:Trailer Has Been Released And It Is E.P.I.C!
An executive for Electronic Arts has recently claimed that we should not expect Xbox 360 games to run on the next-gen Xbox, nor should owners of the next Playstation expect to play PS3 games on the PS4.Sources report that EA chief financial officer, Blake Jorgensen, said "An important thing to remember is that next-gen consoles will most likely not be backwards compatible… And if you play multiplayer on a game, you'll most likely not be able to play with someone on a different generation."
Genesis wrote:Yeah.... fuck all that i'll just invest in my pc,not like I pay for my pc stuff anyway. Plus mods would be helluva lot easier.
I agree. but still no backward compatabilities?
Just a few moments ago, a trailer was released for Saints Row 4, along with an official release date, which is August 20th, 2013 and has a release date of August 23rd in Europe.
It is noted that this isn't just Saints Row 3's "Enter the Dominatrix" DLC on a disk.
"That expansion was cancelled and elements of it were rolled into Saints Row 4," a spokesperson for publisher Deep Silver tells sources. "There will be a director's cut of Enter the Dominatrix released as DLC when SR4 comes out."
Here is the trailer, if you haven't seen it yet.
(I can't help but think this is just Saints Row 3 with different stuff added - Saints Row 3.5 anyone?)
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Electronic Arts' John Riccitiello is stepping down as chief executive officer. He submitted his resignation to EA's board of directors today. Effective March 30, former EA president and CEO Larry Probst will step in as executive chairman while the company searches for a replacement. "We appreciate John's leadership and the many important strategic initiatives he has driven for the Company," Probst said. "We have mutually agreed that this is the right time for a leadership transition." Riccitiello addressed his departure directly in a blog. "My decision to leave EA is really all about my accountability for the shortcomings in our financial results this year," he said. "It currently looks like we will come in at the low end of, or slightly below, the financial guidance we issued to the Street, and we have fallen short of the internal operating plan we set one year ago. And for that, I am 100 percent accountable." EA's earnings have been on the decline, and the company recently faced numerous layoffs as well. In a press release statement, Riccitiello said, ""EA is an outstanding company with creative and talented employees, and it has been an honor to serve as the Company's CEO. I am proud of what we have accomplished together, and after six years I feel it is the right time for me pass the baton and let new leadership take the Company into its next phase of innovation and growth. I remain very optimistic about EA's future — there is a world class team driving the Company's transition to the next generation of game consoles."
The 3G PS Vita has gotten a price cut in most of the Sony stores across the United States. Sony has had problems getting the Vita to sell at anywhere near the numbers they had hoped for, and it appears they have now given the go ahead to cut prices of the Vita that has 3G capabilities.
The price drop seems to be in direct contradiction to what Sony had said last month when they dropped the price of the Vita in Japan. At that time, all of the company’s handheld gaming devices got a $50 price drop in Japan only. Sony followed that move up by announcing that there would be no similar move in the United States.
Some store employees have said that the Vitas with 3G capabilities are being discontinued and that Sony stores are trying to get rid of their inventory in response. Other employees have said that the sale is temporary, and will be ending soon.
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