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According to an update on the ThreeA Production Blog, their highly detailed figures of Atlas and P-body from the Portal franchise will be up for pre-order on May 25th, 9 AM Hong Kong time at www.bambalandstore.com.
Activision is continuing its partnership with Microsoft, and has officially announced that all future Call of Duty DLC will launch on the Xbox One first, offering the system a small exclusive window.
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343 Industries and Steven Spielberg were on hand to announce that Halo will be turned into a TV series. After the success of the webseries Forward Unto Dawn, it seems like the next logical step. It wasn't quite clear what role Spielberg would play, but if he's throwing his support behind it, it seems like a pretty promising project.
So it looks like the Xbox One does actually play games! Not just that, but Microsoft has decided to show of some new titles, including Remedy's Quantum Break. Although, I'm not really sure what this game is about.
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Microsoft seems to think that exclusives still matter, and their Xbox One launch strategy sounds pretty aggressive. During the reveal presentation, the company revealed that the One will feature 15 exclusive titles in the first year alone, with a 8 of those being new IPs. One of those will be Quantum Break. New IPs are always a good thing, even more so on a next-gen platform. Color me intrigued.
Yay, cars! We'll learn more at E3. That's the entire news story. Go away.
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EA has revealed their next-gen sports game initiative, titled EA Sports Ignite. With Ignite, EA is looking to deliver "true player motion" in their upcoming NBA, NFL, FIFA, and UFC games. The new system will feature 4x more calculations per second, hopefully resulting in smarter decisions and "ten times more animation depth and detail."
The Xbox One tech specs were presented during the reveal event today. They include the familiar: 8GB of RAM, an 8-Core CPU, WiFi Direct, USB 3.0, and a Blu-ray drive; and the weird fact that the new console runs on not one, not two, but three operating systems.
Ever wanted to watch TV on your Xbox? Well, apparently the guys at Microsoft have thought of that. At today's Xbox Reveal event, Yusuf Mehdi showed off how the new Xbox One will not only be (somehow) connected to your TV provider to allow you to watch live TV, but will also let you watch TV alongside other features.
It's not the 720, it's not the Infinity it's the... One? Xbox's Yusuf Mehdi has also revealed that you'll be able to login to the console and navigate the menus using just your voice. The dashboard will remember what you were doing last, including what game you were playing or what music track you were listening to.