Friday, August 25, 2017

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Friday, July 19, 2013

Why Dead Rising 3 Moved From Xbox 360 To Xbox One?

Why Dead Rising 3 Moved From Xbox 360 To Xbox One?

Dead Rising 3 has been in development for quite some time. Siliconera first had news about the game eighteen months earlier and at that time our sources said Dead Rising 3 would be for current generation consoles. Capcom Vancouver changed directions after they pushed the Xbox 360 hardware beyond its limits.

"In terms of building the game, we originally developed it on PC and everything we were doing was breaking the bank on [Xbox] 360. The number of zombies, the streaming stuff we wanted to do, memory budgets for the number of environments and items and physics and all of that stuff. Our tech team partnered with Microsoft to get early specs and figure out how we were going to get it on new hardware," said Mike Jones, Producer at Capcom Vancouver.

"How has Dead Rising 3 changed when switching platforms," I asked.

"The biggest things for us have been the size of the world, the density of the world, the streaming spaghetti of getting everything working with no load zones and seamlessly streaming. Also, how we build missions in a much larger world like that – how we send you to different districts and how we get you to explore all of these nooks and crannies in the environment," Jones answered.

"The world building tools, mission scripting tools, and the updates we had to make to our engine, a proprietary engine called the Forge engine we built at Capcom Vancouver, have been the large developer obstacles over the last few years."

"Has Microsoft, as a publishing partner, assisted with the transition at all?"

"Our tech teams have been like [makes mushing noise]. They get our builds all the time and helping us optimize it and helping us with performance stuff. They visit us every week. We go down there every other week. We’ve been essentially merged together," Jones replied. "They have done custom work with multi-threading for us. All of the Kinect things, we’re making a game for hardware that isn’t finished that we’re all trying to launch together on day one. Basically, we’ve been in lock step with them."

Dead Rising 3 is an open world game and while the world isn’t as large as say a Grand Theft Auto game it is significantly larger compared to other Dead Rising titles. "Dead Rising 2and Dead Rising 1 together can fit into Dead Rising 3 multiple times over. It’s exponentially larger," Jones explained.

Jones also confirmed that Dead Rising 3 will have cameo characters from previous Dead Rising games. Siliconera announced earlier that Isabella Keyes from the original Dead Rising and Chuck Greene from Dead Rising 2 will be in Dead Rising 3.


Friday, April 26, 2013

The New Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Game Looks Badass

Considering Activision is putting this game out, it's a movie tie-in AND that movie is being directed by Michael Bay, I'm surprised to say, that I think the footage of the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game looks really good.

It combines a Batman: Arkham City like combat system, with some pretty good visuals and a different take on the turtles than we've seen before. Combos abound and there are some very turtle specific moves that see the green chaps spinning on their shells and ducking heads like there's no tomorrow.
Of course this new combat trailer only focuses on the goofier of the foursome, Michelangelo, so we're likely to see other trailers looking at the other turtles soon enough.

Perhaps the best part of a turtles experience though is the cooperative gameplay - hi5 to all my Turtles in Time gamers - and that will be fully implemented with this title. Two player local and four player online will be possible, so expect some frantic multiplayer action too.

There's definitely a grittier tone with this game, than anyone who watched the 80s/90s cartoon will be used to, but that's because the game is quite clearly marketed not only to children now, but adults that grew up with the turtles. The combat is quite brutal and while there doesn't look to be much blood, there's some serious concussions to be had if you're a member of the Foot Clan.

TMNT Out of the Shadows is set for release this summer on PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.


Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Batman: Arkham Origins – tons of details, first screenshots

The first details regarding Batman: Arkham Origins are now available through the latest issue of Game Informer.

Origins marks the series’ first entry not handled by Rocksteady. Instead, Warner Bros. Montreal has been assigned with handling the franchise’s future.
So what should fans expect? Read on below for a detailed summary from Game Informer’s report. You can also find the first screenshots in the gallery.

- Takes place on Christmas Eve
- Years before the previous two games
- Mob boss Black Mask will give a fortune for Batman’s head
- Top assassins and supervillains from the DC Comics universe are out to get Batman
- Cops on the take from the mob join the manhunt as well
- Batman needs to outsmart his enemies, find out why Black Mask wants him dead, and prove to what good cops that he’s on their side
- Porting Arkham City to Wii U let the team get familiar with Unreal 3
- Doing a prequel lets the team carve a unique territory if Rockstar were to move the Arkham timeline ahead down the road
- Rocksteady’s project is tightly under wraps
- Younger Batman also “gives us the opportunity to refresh things a bit”
- Combat system still in place
- Will have “new layers, new opportunities, and new tactics”
- New enemy types
- Batman not as finely honed as in the previous games
- Won’t control the Batwing directly
- Batwing will figure into story sequences and acts as a universe-appropriate form of fast travel
- Has the traditional predator mode in which players swing from perch to perch, glide kick, string guys upside-down, etc.
- New remote claw that is like the grappler in Just Cause 2
- Batman targets two objects and fires out a claw
- This hooks into the first object and launches another claw and rope to the second object
- Can then pull the two objects together
- Use this to knock enemies together, slam heavy objects into foes, string objects or people under a perch
- Can string up an explosive barrel under a perch, lure enemies with a sonic batarang, then cut the rope with a normal batarang, dropping the explosive on their heads
- Team knows Black Mask isn’t the most popular villain
- Old Gotham is only half of the game world
- Another new entire is across the bridge called New Gotham
- New Gotham is classier and has much taller skyscrapers
- New zone doubles the size of the game world
- Players can dismantle the hacked tower network
- Towers emit a jamming signal that prevents the Batwing from flying into the area, meaning no fast travel
- It also halts Batman’s sensors from placing points of interest on the map
- Taking down the towers are varied and require all of Batman’s navigation, puzzle solving, and combat skills
- Some can be taken down quickly, others must be returned to later with an upgrade
- “Crime in Progress”: ex – saving some cops from a group of thugs, rescuing a snitch from being tossed off a roof
- Activities give Batman a chance for experience point bonuses
- Completing side quests also contributes to the GCPD’s understanding and appreciation of Batman
- They will begin to know Batman and which side he stands on based on how much you take on the optional missions
- Most Wanted system gives players a chance to go after villains outside of the core storyline
- These optional side missions can be tackled when you discover them
- Many optional missions offer upgrades
- Batman’s butler Alfred may notice that he had a tough time in that situation and give him a new gadget
- Dark Knight system is slightly more behind the scenes, though it’s still important
- Dark Knight system provides a lengthy string of tasks that slowly goes up in difficulty as the game progresses
- The team wants to avoid boring tutorials while still training players to be masters of predator and combat systems
- Complete a certain number of counters or silent takedowns to receive XP rewards or a specific upgrade
- Dark Knight system doesn’t replace challenge mode
- Team wants to make challenges more meaningful
Game demo
- Takes place about an hour into the game
- Batman is perched above Jezebel plaza
- Black Mask’s assassins have stirred up the local thugs
- No towering walls keeping villains in check and many citizens call Arkham City home since there isn’t a prison
- Amusement Mile hasn’t been flooded
- Batman is looking to find out why Black Mask is trying to kill him
- Batman decides to go to the party to track down Penguin, who hears about everything
- Eventually, Penguin gives some intel on a murder at Lacey Towers
- Claw grips Batman’s ankle and drags him out of the room before he can finish his questioning
- Batman reaches for the door, but his arm is stomped by a mysterious figure
- Batman ends up suspended upside-down from the rafters
- Deathstroke circles Batman with a drawn sword
- Batman blocks and disarms Deathstroke, using the sword to cut himself free
- Thanks to Penguin’s tip, Batman goes to Lacey Towers
- The cops say it’s a double homicide
- One victim is supposedly Black Mask
- Inside the apartment, Batman sees Black Mask’s girlfriend strung up on a chandelier
- Black Mask’s assumed body is laying face up across the room
- Batman goes into first-person detective vision to examine the situation

Friday, February 22, 2013

Microsoft expected to reveal its Xbox 720 for the first time in April

A growing number of developers and other industry professionals, some of which are Sony employees, have told CVG that Microsoft will reveal its next generation Xbox for the first time in April.

One senior Sony official, who asked not to be named, said he was informed that the PS4 showcase in New York had "at first caught Microsoft off-guard".
"We definitely ruffled some feathers," the person said.
It is said that Microsoft will now showcase its console at a one-off media event in early April - though it is expected that discussion about future tech would be an inevitability if Microsoft engineers and developers attend GDC in March.

[UPDATE: Microsoft partner Ustechs, which has worked with the platform holder on previous media briefings such as the E3 2012 press conference, has registered the domain (as explained on NeoGAF)]

Microsoft has declined to comment on its next-gen plans ever since rumours began two years ago.

Sony revealed the PlayStation 4 at a New York press conference on Wednesday.

The PS4 release date is set for "holiday 2013", likely across Japan, Europe and the US.

Friday, February 1, 2013

Microsoft has four unannounced IPs in the works

Microsoft is synonymous with franchises such as Halo, Gears of War, and Forza, but it sounds like the company is looking to expand its portfolio further.

Four unannounced IPs are in the works, according to Jonathan Browne. Browne is a senior product manager within Microsoft’s first-party publishing group, and has acted as the primary product manager behind the new titles. He has “been a key contributor to bringing these IP from the very early concept phase through green light to production.”

Browne’s LinkedIn profile states:
“I am currently a strategic Senior Product Manager/Product Planner within the Microsoft 1st Party Publishing group. I have been the primary product manager on four unannounced new IP and have been a key contributor to bringing these IP from the very early concept phase through green light to production.”

Presumably, most (if not all) of these IP will appear on Microsoft’s next home console.


Saturday, January 26, 2013

New GameStop GTA V Artwork

It’s been a while since we got any fresh artwork or images for GTA V, so the two new pieces below are most welcome.

New GTA V Artwork

As you can see, two new pre-order display images (taken from a GameStop) look like they will be rolling out across the country. One shows a bank robber making his getaway on a motorbike with a police helicopter overhead, while the other shows a different bank robber with pantyhose masking checking his watching during the middle of a heist. The name of the jewelry store being robbed is Vangelico’s.
Vengelico’s, in case you didn’t know, is a jewelry store that is robbed by Michael, Franklin and two others in the first GTA 5 trailer.  With GTA V’s release window opening in just over two months’ time, expect more media like this to be released.


Friday, January 25, 2013

"I’m Worried For Microsoft’s Next Console"

The first video game console I ever owned was the original Xbox. When I decided I wanted a new, current console, I opted for an Xbox 360. I’ve never owned a PlayStation home console, yet I don’t proclaim myself an Xbox, or Microsoft, fanboy. It just happened to be that the 360 was better suited for me at that current time (a couple of my friends had a 360, and I didn’t really know anyone with a PS3). After saying all that, I’m really worried for Microsoft’s next generation console.

When I first joined Xbox Live a few years ago, Microsoft did not have Xbox Music or Xbox Video, or all the additional apps they have now. They had a great section for finding arcade games and demos, and the ability to buy music and some movies took a backseat. Then, Microsoft decided to change their dashboard and changed the Zune Marketplace to Xbox Music and Xbox Video. I was fine with that, until I saw the new changes to the dashboard. I did not have a problem with the box layout (you get used to finding your way around eventually), I had a problem with the order in which the different categories were laid out. With the previous dashboard, Games was always the first category you came upon. In the new dashboard, games had (at least until late last year) been placed towards the end. Movies and Music had now taken over and it seemed Games weren’t the most important thing on the Xbox. The latest update has seen Games move in front of Movies and Music, but I still have not forgotten.

I use my VIDEO GAME console for playing VIDEO GAMES, not watching movies, or listening to music, or searching the web.
Bring back the Duke!

Bring back the Duke!
Speaking of the Dashboard, I no longer see advertisements for recently released games on the homepage. Instead, I see ads for movies, Pay TV programs, and new music. Not to mention ads for the numerous apps Xbox now has. A lot of people probably think it’s great to surf the Internet and watch YouTube from the comfort of their lounge, but I don’t. It’s just a personal preference, but if I wanted to search the web, I’d use a computer or laptop. If I wanted to watch videos on YouTube, I’d use a computer or laptop. I use my VIDEO GAME console for playing VIDEO GAMES, not watching movies, or listening to music, or searching the web. If Microsoft tries to push games to the background next-gen, I can’t see myself purchasing one.

Speaking of games, the next Xbox needs more exclusive titles (that are not Kinect titles). Sure, there’s Halo, Gears, and Forza, but what else does Microsoft have? Some of you are going to try and bring up other franchises, but I don’t care about franchises that have not appeared in the last 5 years. It’s the same on the downloadable side. Downloadable games may come out only on Xbox, but, besides most Summer/ Winter of Arcade titles, most of the exclusive downloadable titles end up coming out on other platforms anyway. If I can get all of Microsoft’s games plus more on a different console, why would I want the next Xbox?
While I’m on the subject, stop trying to sell Kinect to people. Kinect appeals to children because they can’t see the flaws it has. Kinect does not appeal to older, hardcore if you will, gamers because we can see the flaws it has and are not willing to overlook them. There have been very few games that have come out with good Kinect functionality, and I don’t want to have to pay extra money just because Microsoft are going to package Kinect in with all their new consoles.

Fez... was an Xbox exclusive.

Fez… was an Xbox exclusive.
I’m also worried for Microsoft’s next console in the online department. Firstly, get rid of Microsoft points (that way we Aussies can see how much we are really getting ripped of by on a digital download that does not have to be shipped or packaged). Secondly, if Sony can include party chat, an easy way to connect with others, and keep the entry fee (currently nothing) very cheap, I might have a hard time convincing myself to pay $70AUD a year. Don’t get me wrong, I do love Microsoft’s online service, it’s will just be very hard to find any advantages if Sony can improve their online service. There should not be a problem with RAM allocation in Sony’s upcoming console, so I am hoping Microsoft is working out how to improve Live for the impending console announcements.

Digital distribution is expected to be a major change for next-gen consoles. Microsoft still has plenty of work to do if they expect to go down that path. Currently, if you go into Game on Demand on the 360, you will find some outrageous prices. Modern Warfare 2 for $100AUD? FIFA Street fir $120? Left4Dead 2 for $50AUD? These prices won’t make Microsoft any money next gen, and I feel sorry for anyone who has fallen victim to the Games on Demand service thus far.
So there you have it, the reasons why I am worried for Microsoft’s next console. Hopefully we will be hearing some official news soon and hopefully none of my current problems exist.
Keep it locked to AnalogAddiction for all your next-gen news and rumours.

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Thursday, January 24, 2013

GTA 5 Release Date 2013: March 24 Launch Leaked By Microsoft

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GTA 5 release date 2013: Rumors fly, pegging launch for March or April. (Photo: c/o Rockstar Games)
The GTA 5 release date may be closer than we thought! According to a commenter on our own site, Microsoft has emailed "Grand Theft Auto" fans who pre-ordered the game, revealing that the GTA 5 release date is pegged for March 24. Read on for more news and info.

Here's the comment in question from Nick Ritenour, which suggests Microsoft accidentally leaked the GTA 5 release date for March 24, 2013.

"I preordered it from Microsoft...says shipping/release date is March 24. This doesn't mean it's correct lol...but usually if it's not known they list it as TBA."
Looking through the comments on another GTA 5 release date story we've found another leak pegging the launch for April 24, 2013. The news was revealed by an Australian retailer after one commenter, Mat, placed a pre-order on the title. Here's the full comment:
"I have pre-ordered Grand Theft Auto V at the Australian retailer JB-HI-FI. I recently updated my pre-order with them and I directly asked when this game will be released, they responded without hesitation and said April 24 2013 (Australian release date). They continued to explain to me that Rockstar Games had notified them of this information. It also says the release date on my pre-order receipt April 24 2012. True story."

Another commenter, Mxk, speculated that we may finally learn the official GTA 5 release date when Rockstar Games releases the cover art a the end of January 2013.
Here's the comment:

"The end of this month we are getting the game cover. Maybe then they'll finally give up the release date, been waiting a long time, just wanna get that Jeremy can and burn the sh*t out of things already. Can't wait R* you're the best," wrote Mxk.

This isn't the first GTA 5 release date rumor we've heard. Earlier this month several other leaks also pegged the new "Grand Theft Auto" launch for March 2013 as well.

The first GTA 5 release date rumor we heard was several weeks ago, according to the The Examiner. The alleged "Grand Theft Auto" leak pegged the game's launch for March 26. However, the online news-site discounted the rumor, noting that "it should be filed under the rumor category with high skepticism."
Soon afterward, another GTA 5 release date rumor surfaced when German electronics retailer Saturn pegged the game's launch for March 15 on their website. The story was first picked up by German gaming news-site PCGames (Google translation). Saturn is currently taking pre-orders on the game and offering a free poster for all pre-orders.

For now, Rockstar Games is keeping a tight lid on the true GTA 5 release date, simply stating that the game will launch in spring 2013. But "Grand Theft Auto" fans can't wait to get their hands on the new title.
"#gta5 needs to release so i can get gansta real quick," tweets Nicholas Esposito.
"Cant wait untill GTA 5 comes out," tweeted @BBurroughs19.

"Once GTA 5 & Watchdogs come out, I won't be communicating with anyone," tweeted @LS_LARRY.

"Once GTA5 comes out don't tweet me for a while," tweeted @MayberryKush.

"Gta 5 is gonna be out of this world," tweeted @KeironCory.

"All I'm waiting for is gta 5," tweeted @daniellel0vex.

"GTA 5 better be good or i'll be on murder charges," tweeted @victoriaBBK.

"Someone just wake me up when gta 5 is out," tweeted @scabss.

"So GTA 5 is coming out in march..yeeees," tweeted @missevajayxo.

"GTA 5 is gonna be epic. Nobody is gonna be on Twitter when it drops haha," tweeted @iLikeGirlsDaily.

"Soo hyped for GTA5," tweeted @Findm3Polo.

"Can't wait for gta 5 wooo," tweeted @wowzak.

"Swear to god if someone buys me gta 5 when it comes out il marry them and do anything they want for the next 2 years," tweeted @LiamBullock97.

"When GTA 5 come out yall aint finna see me for weeks," tweeted @yungprepaid.

"As soon as gta 5 comes out, I won't be seeing the outside for weeks," tweeted @MaxRoper.

These people will clearly buy the new "Grand Theft Auto" game when the GTA 5 release date arrives in spring 2013, but will you? Let us know in the comments.


Monday, January 21, 2013

Entitled DmC Fans Want President Obama To Pull Game From Shelves

Holly Green writes: Our country is at a time where gun violence, economy and employment issues, foreign wars and a myriad of social issues have dominated political rhetoric, divided the nation, and driven it to vitriolic hive mentality. In a time like this, when video games are being attacked as the root cause of various ills, you would think that we as gamers could present a united front that demonstrates the maturity our hobby has developed over the years as its audience has grown into adulthood.
Only problem with that? Not all of us are adults, as illustrated by a new petition to hit the official White House website. Entitled "Get Ninja Theory's DmC: Devil May Cry pulled off the shelves" it reads in full:
Dear Mr. Obama: As a consumer to the Video Game Industry there is one Video Game that has caused a lot of controversy over the past few month's.
The name of the game is DmC: Devil May Cry made by Ninja Theory and Capcom. A majority of gamer's are aggravated that this game has changed so much from it's past predecessors and the game actually insults the consumers in-game.
We, as consumers did not want nor need this reboot and we believe it violates our rights to have a choice between the original's or the reboot. This game is violating our rights as a consumer and we believe it should be pulled off shelves from game stores due to it's insulting nature and the fact that it violates our rights.
Please Mr. Obama, look into your heart and make the decision that will please us Gamers.

The stench of entitlement wafting off the games community these days is disgusting. By most accounts DmC: Devil May Cry is a fantastic game with few flaws. The only complaints thus far have been the framerate, which critics and players have said doesn't really affect the gameplay, and Dante's hair. Given that so called fans were complaining about Dante's hair long before release, I'm inclined to believe it has more to do with that than any technical issues, real or imagined.
Even if the game were an absolute atrocity in terms of meeting both fan expectations and industry standards, writing a petition to Obama wouldn't even be the way to deal with it--the Better Business Bureau likely has more authority on DmC: Devil May Cry's presence on retail shelves than the president does.
To the petitioners, if you're reading this: one day you're going to grow up realize that the mere existence of a video game is not the worst thing that is ever going to happen to you. That having an option is not the same thing as having a right taken away. That entertainment in and of itself is not a right, and that creators are not obligated to succumb to your every childish whim. You'll have to learn to live with disappointment, and to adapt to change. And then and only then will you understand why your petition has only been signed by 11 people thus far.
Original post reads below:
A man, one “R.J” from Franklin, VT, has created a petition on the White House’s We The People website to petition President Barack Obama to get DmC: Devil May Cry pulled from the shelves. The petition has since been signed by eight individuals, including the creator.
The recently released game, produced by Ninja Theory, is currently the subject of controversy among fans of the original series of games. These irate fans argue that the new DmC failed to remain faithful to the originals. They have gone to various lengths to besmirch the game’s reputation on review aggregators like Metacritic, where the game currently enjoys a 4.1 user score based on approximately 600 ratings, in contrast to its 86+ Metascore from critics who’ve actually played the title.
A user named charlie1234, who rated the game a ‘1’ out of a possible ’10’ wrote: “dmc devil may cry is a shameless reboot to a great franchise,this game has obscene violence and even a sex scene in it. ninja theory claim its a shakespear-esk game but in reality its a pitiful game.” (Spelling errors have been preserved.)
Returning to the petition to the White House, its grammatically challenged creator demands that the game be pulled on the grounds that it “actually insults the consumers in-game” and that “it violates [their] rights as consumers” [sic]. Read it and weep:

This surely isn't the last we've heard of this debacle.