Last week, Namco Bandai opened a website teasing a new PlayStation 3 title. The company has since updated the site, which now states the game will be revealed in three days.
Having reached the LA Convention Center at 1:00 P.M., there wasn’t much time to explore and watch many demonstrations. So how were the measly 4 hours spent until closing time at 5 P.M.? Playing as many demos at the open stations as possible of course!
Sohei Niikawa, president of Nippon Ichi Software, confirmed in an interview with Dengeki Magazine that plans are in the works for the company to produce PlayStation 4 software.
The Walking Dead has created quite a fan base. The comics, TV show and video games have created a world in which us fans are scared yet excited to see what will happen next. The games in particular had an impact by showing us characters we grew to care about. We were in charge of their fate. We chose who lived and who died. The first 'season' of the Telltale game put us on an emotional roller coaster.
Between Monday, June 10 and Wednesday, June 12, data was accumulated for PS4 and Xbox One pre-orders. In my opinion, the numbers are not very shocking. For every two Xbox One consoles pre-ordered there were three PlayStation 4’s pre-ordered, according to data reported by US retailers.
Today Namco Bandai has opened a teaser site for an unannounced PS3 game. At this time, the site provides no details as to what the game may be but the site itself has been visually linked to a follow up to Tail Concerto and Solatorobo: The Red Hunter. Whatever it is, it must be pretty important for Namco to go to such lengths to promote the announcement.
During their E3 press conference this week, EA officially announced a new Dragon's Age, currently set for a Fall 2014 release. Inquisition takes place after the events of the tie-in novel Dragon Age: Asunder, and is currently set to arrive on Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC. You can get a glimpse of what the story will entail in the CG teaser below.
As part of their "Ignite" initiative, EA has aquired the exclusive license to develop and publish UFC games. The upcoming title was showcased during EA's Monday press conference, with UFC President Dana White and EA Sports general manager Dean Richards in attendance.
Sony has confirmed that the PlayStation 4 will ship with a 500GB hard drive.