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Wednesday, 01 October 2014 09:31
dont-feed-the-trollIGN recently published an article on how Destiny could be the friendliest multiplayer game ever to be made. The mechanics of the game make it easier to join in and help your fellow players take on a variety of threats rather than go up against each other – an aspect that has been mostly saved for The Crucible; the games competitive battle arena. Bungie’s intent was always to create a game that would encourage more casual gamers to work together in much the same way that established Massive Multiplayer Online games have done for several years now. This has mostly been an approach to gaming that mostly PC gamers have enjoyed in the past but Destiny continues to strive to also bring this to the console market. Read more...
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Wednesday, 16 October 2013 05:07
sw leadOn December 20th, 2011, the world was first introduced to Star Wars:  The Old Republic.  It is a massive multi-player online game (MMO for  short) set within the Star Wars Universe, 1,000 years before the first  film. Prior to the game's release, it was expected that it would replace  World of Warcraft as the dominant force within the MMO market. However,  despite being hugely popular at the point of its release and having a  wealth of positive reviews by fans and critics alike, the game never  quite lived up to its expectations. Prior to its release, it was believed that Star Wars: The Old Republic  had cost Bioware (owned by EA) over $150 million to produce. The  stockmarket remained optimistic about EA's shareprice as, at the time,  it was expected that the game would launch with over 3 million paying  subscribers (roughly $30 million per month). This, when combined with  EA's continuing dominance with sports related games and their newly  revived Battlefield franchise, resulted in a bullish outlook of the  stock.   Read more...
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Wednesday, 12 June 2013 10:20
8a230e13e5929204554d4b9e3fa0097aAs most of you gamers know, it is E3 week, the one week of the year when gamers get the big scoop on the big games that will be coming out over the next year! The awesomeness has begun, and let's kick it off with this shiny new gameplay trailer for Bungie's epic FPS/RPG/MMO, Destiny!! The original makers of Halo and Call of Duty join forces to bring us the game that will completely take over our lives as the in-game world is basically...alive. The story and landscape will be altered and change even while we are not playing it. There has been nothing quite like Destiny on consoles before. Read more...
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Monday, 17 December 2012 13:05
Gaming sales are sinking faster than the Titanic Talking about the video game industry losing money is like saying water is wet. Not even the release of the Wii U could save sales. This is the 12th straight month that sales have dropped. Sales of console games fell 11% to 1.43 Billion. Sales of hardware fell a whopping 13% even with the November release of the Wii U. Despite the new hardware Microsoft’s Xbox 360 remained the top console for the 23rd month in a row with 1.26 million consoles sold. In contrast the Wii U sold 425,000 units the month it came out. Sales reported by NPD.  The rest of the top console sales were the Sony PS3. With Sony being tight lipped about their sales, it is estimated that the console sold about 600,000 units in November. Read more...
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