Nintendo, Electronic Arts and Sony Electronics have apparently followed the example of Microsoft and the Business Software Alliance , and have removed their corporate monikers from the list of supporters for the increasingly unpopular Stop Online Piracy Act .
Google’s Paul Kinlan spoke at Develop Liverpool last week, and revealed that Google is aiming to add some more plug-and-play hardware support to its Chrome browser, including gamepad support. The update will also add connections to webcams and microphones, which means that Chrome could, after these updates, directly use those accessories for games and other services
While the $199 price tag on Microsoft’s 4GB Xbox 360 slim model might seem attractive, Halo: Reach owners eager for a little online co-operative multiplayer campaign play are finding out the hard way that you get what you pay for.
Monday Night Combat is fun. We’re sure you love it, but how much do you love it? Do you love it enough to become an official MNC mascot
More than twenty years and five home consoles later, you’d think Nintendo would get this “third-party support” thing by now. However, EA CEO John Riccitiello says the console manufacturer is still learning how to reach out and offer a hand to games other than their own.
Be a part of an elite insectoid military force next week, when NinjaBee introduces Xbox 360 avatar support for strategy title Band of Bugs, along with an entirely new game released as DLC. Developer NinjaBee delivered one of the earliest avatar-supporting Xbox Live Arcade titles in A Kingdom for Keflings, and now they’re putting your digital representation in the line of fire in Band of Bugs.
As we’ve pointed out with numbers , few Japanese publishers are as tardy with their European releases as Square Enix . So how’s the Final Fantasy XIII localisation coming along, then?