Nintendo’s latest video state-of-the-union is another relatively sedate update, and that’s a good thing.
Electronic Arts just confirmed that it’s not designing games for Nintendo’s Wii U.
At a price of $350, Nvidia doesn’t expect to sell huge volumes of Nvidia Shield, its Android-based handheld gaming device due out in June. The company has a different goal.
Nvidia rebrands it Android gaming handheld, locks in a price and commits to launch by end of June.
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World of Warcraft‘s precipitous subscriber declines continue.
The race to disrupt traditional game consoles already has a few hopefuls, including Ouya, Gamestick and Nvidia.
You’ll have to wait just a bit longer to lay hands on Ouya’s upcoming Android-based game console.
As far as DLC goes, we need a lot more of this.
Rockstar’s latest batch of Grand Theft Auto V screens highlight vast playgrounds and rambunctious protagonists Franklin, Michael and Trevor.
May the force be with Electronic Arts. It’ll surely need all the help it can get to pull a Jedi-rabbit out of this sarlacc pit of a hat.
Electronic Arts and Maxis just pulled back the curtain on something as inevitable as death, taxes and “always-online” requirements.