lbalbalba writes: THQ CEO Brian Farrell thinks that a new Xbox or PlayStation is the last thing the videogame industry needs. He'd rather see developers working to make games richer, rather than chasing more photo-realistic graphics or more impressive explosions.
lbalbalba writes: The Electronic Arts stock took a plunge of roughly 6% after the reviews for Medal of Honor were published yesterday. The stock was previously “inflated” the amount of hype that EA has been putting into the Medal of Honor series reboot, but none of that hype can make up for a mediocre game. While the game has received generally positive reviews across the boards, the scores don’t quite match up to the hype surrounding the game or our expectations.
lbalbalba writes: This video of Duke Nukem Forever contains violence, rough language, and probably shouldn't be viewed at work. Or at least turn down the volume of your computer. Or tell your boss to shove it. At any rate, take a look at some Duke Nukem Forever footage. Link to Original Source
lbalbalba writes: Downloadable content is a better way to promote games than expensive advertising campaigns, says Capcom after the success of Dead Rising 2: Case Zero on consoles recently. Seems that the publisher has only just realised that, while advertising costs money, publishers can actually make money from selling DLC. Link to Original Source