After owning the little cube for more than a month now, I can attest to this.
The marketplace and UI are horrible. I’ve since sideloaded the thing with XBMC
and Netflix, and has become a nice media device, however.
73 percent of Ouya owners haven’t paid for a single gameCEO Uhrman projects
confidence even as majority aren’t spending money.Ars TechnicaKyle Orland
Hidden away in the press release, World of Warcraft dropped to 7.7 million
subscriptions, losing roughly 600k since the last quarter.
Activision Blizzard breaks off from Vivendi in $8.2 billion deal<b>UPDATE</b>
The house of <i>Call of Duty</i>, <i>World of Warcraft</i> and
will spin off of Vivendi to become an independent, publicly traded publisher.
Game DeveloperKris Graft
Fan created Expansion ideas and art for World of Warcraft. While I no longer
play, it’s still worth a look at some of the effort put into this concept.
New Expansion - Draw your predictions!Rise of the Legion Lost in Translation
Update This was originally a thread to draw up some stuff you think we might
in the next expansion, but a Chinese gold farming site saw the images and the
context was lost in translation. They thought it was concept art leaks (which
One of them came a bit of a pleasent surprise to me- a PC port of Deadly
Steam :: :: Sixteen More Titles Greenlit TodayWe’ve just Greenlit another
fourteen games and two software titles, bringing the total number of Greenlit
titles to 145. These titles were selected on the same criteria we have been
using in the past: Votes in Greenlight give us a hugely valuable point of data
in gauging community interest along wit…
Anyone will now be able to develop on the Xbox One, similar to Playstation 4.
Microsoft: Every Xbox One Can Be Used To Make Games [UPDATE]Every single Xbox
One can be used to make games, Microsoft says—in other words, you can use the
next-gen console as your very own development kit.KotakuThe A.V. Club
Say hello to Replica. Blogging platforms have been so busy trying to copy each
other, there really haven’t been any other platforms that really fit what I
needed. It borrows features from other platforms, and leaves out the ones I
don’t need. At it’s heart, is a simple dashboard for creating and editing posts,
built on top of Django web framework and written in Python. Anything can easily
be edited. But what really makes Replica stick out above others? Lets take a
look at some of the features I
EA was quick to put out a blog post
[http://www.ea.com/news/update-on-ea-sports-and-college-football] they will
continue to make college football games, just not under the NCAA name anymore.
NCAA will not renew EA Sports contractThe NCAA has made the decision not to
enter a new contract for the license of its name and logo for theNCAA.org
Creative Directer Ocean Quigley, Gameplay Lead Dan Moskowitz, and Lead Architect
Andrew Willmott have left EA/Maxis to form an indie studio, Jellygrade. An
interesting move, but Im going to remain skeptical for the time being. Forming a
studio to develop an iPad game just seems like a bad move with the shape of the
Riot Games eSports manager Nick Allen:
This was a lengthy process; we had a lot of people fighting for this and it
wasn’t something that happened overnight. This was a constant back and forth of
‘show us more proof… is this realistic?’ and that sort of thing. Eventually it
got to the point where they were like ‘we have no reason to say no… okay, this
The U.S. Now Recognizes eSports Players As Professional AthletesTo the general
public, the idea that those who play video gam
Nintendo’s in trouble right now. Nintendo, I think, waited two years too long to
launch a competitive, high definition console…I think by the time they did
launch a console which stacks up really well, the other two guys [Sony and
Microsoft] passed them by, and I think they’re in a world of trouble right now.
I wouldn’t go so far as to say Nintendo is in trouble, but they have definitely
waited too long. Between the poor marketing of the Wii U, and the lack of real
third party support, its h
we learned that data were illegally accessed from our account database,
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payment information is stored with Ubisoft, meaning your debit/credit card
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Among them, the Minecraft clone Guncraft.
Steam :: :: Eleven More Titles Greenlit TodayIn continuing with smaller, more
frequent batches, we’ve just Greenlit eight more games and three software
titles. These titles were selected on the same criteria we have been using in
the past: Votes in Greenlight give us a hugely valuable point of data in
community interest along with exte…STEAM