Who said the era of trash talking in the video game industry was dead? During its 2013 E3 press conference on Monday night, Sony revealed that its next-gen console the PlayStation 4 won't require online check-ins and allows for second-hand or borrowed games to play without issue. Basically, the polar opposite of the Xbox One.
If there was one resounding complaint over the Xbox One's initial reveal, it was that Microsoft spent way too much time on the next-gen console's multimedia and TV capabilities and not enough on games. The company is now attempting to rectify that major misstep, inviting publisher Capcom to its E3 press conference to show off Xbox One exclusive Dead Rising 3.
It seems like we've been all about the ninjas lately, here on Arcade Sushi. But I think we have room for just one more before the week is over, so let's welcome Soul Calibur's Taki, today's Cosplay of the Day.
Microsoft unveiled their new gaming console yesterday, and people were not impressed. Actually, they were pretty complain-y and grumpy about it. They don't like the name (Xbox One). They don't like all the features. They don't like any of it. (Particularly how the Microsoft folks pretty much just talked about TV the whole time.) They genuinely dislike it so much that they took the time to make memes about it. These really capture the gist of the problems people have with Xbox One.
Like clockwork, the Call of Duty machine keeps spinning. But are gamers getting Call of Duty fatigue? All signs point to yes. Cue developer and series creator Infinity Ward's new entry, subtitled "Ghosts."
It's got a lot of new. New engine. New characters. And a new setting. Is it enough to rope in retired armchair soldiers?
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