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Unity development tools now available for Playstation developers

From now on, all licensed Playstation developers will have access to Unity for free. According to the game creation tool developers, their collaboration began in March 2013 and resulted in Unity for Playstation tools that allow developers to create games for Sony’s console. In addition to the free version, Unity also offers a Pro edition, which is available to developers ...

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Experts say PC is the future for gaming

  Here we go again with the never ending discussion on Console versus PC gaming. It is clear by now that gaming enthusiasts will never be on the same page on this one, but let’s hear what the experts have to say. In a Games Retail 2020 event which took place in London, major research firm, Juniper shared its thoughts ...

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EA dismisses FiFA 15 Ultimate Team trade offers

Electronic Arts have allegedly renounced this feature to stop cheaters from selling coins and create imbalance in the game. Rob Hodson, the FIFA community manager explained this decision in a post on EA forums as follows: “We’ll be removing Trade Offers from FIFA 15 Ultimate Team. Although some honest players used this feature to trade with friends, it became one ...

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Stealth Inc. 2: A Game of Clones release date confirmed

Curve Studios announced that the sequel to “Stealth Bastard”, Stealth Inc. 2: A Game of Clones will be released on October 23, exclusively on Wii U. The studio self-publishes the gamem, so they have creative control over it and the liberty of releasing it on any platform they want. Which makes their decision more interesting, since Stealth Bastard was originally ...

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The release date for Watch Dogs on Wii U is confirmed

Ubisoft announced that Watch Dogs will be released on Wii U on November 18. The company promises that this version of the game will feature Off-TV Play, allowing users to play the game only on the GamePad. Also, the company states that its Bucharest studio, who worked on this Watch Dogs port, managed to implement an interactive map of Chicago ...

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LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Season Pass revealed

Publisher Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has revealed the first ever Season Pass for a LEGO video game, which is coming to the latest entry in the LEGO Batman franchise – LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham. The Season Pass includes a total of six downloadable packs, each containing a uniquely-themed story-driven mission, in addition to free-play modes. Completing these missions unlocks over ...

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Hyrule Warriors: Limited Edition bundle will be available in the US

Nintendo announced that they will release a Limited Edition version of Hyrule Warriors for the US market. The bundle will only be available at the Nintendo World store in Manhattan, New York, on September 26. It’s available in a very limited quantity and the company doesn’t accept pre-orders because the current demand is already too high. The Hyrule Warriors bundle ...

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Hyrule Warriors initial plans revealed

Hyrule Warriors was initially sketched as a Zelda game, rather than what eventually became of it. Eiji Aonuma stated in the Nintendo Life interview that the initial idea was to make a game closer to Zelda – limited boss battles taking place in dungeons and certain character appearances in the game. But then, Shigeru Miyamoto intervened and said that the ...

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Project CARS’ Wii U delay discussed by Slightly Mad Studios

The absolutely gorgeous motorsport simulator Project CARS (or Community Assisted Racing Simulator) is scheduled for a November 18th release in North America and November 21st in Europe, on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. But wait – isn’t there also a Wii U version planned? Indeed there is, only the developer has decided to delay its launch until 2015. ...

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