Grand Turismo Sport is a major title releasing this fall on the PlayStation 4 and aims to be a graphically intensive racer for Sony’s platform. The game will not have a dynamic time nor dynamic weather cycle in the game.
Head developer Kazunori Yamauchi commented on the reasoning for this with the following statement: “We opted to not have the transitions in the race this time in order to raise the frame-rate and the quality of the image during the race. So the user will be able to set that before they enter the race. So you’ll still be able to have night races, morning, races at dawn, dusk, and so on.”
Considering GT6 suffered from frame rate issues on the PlayStation 3, the focus on stable performance is a noble goal to focus upon.
Provided generously by AAMARMO on NeoGAF
Livestream links (Mostly on Twitch – Alternatives by dex3108):
Sunday: EA – Bethesda
Monday: Microsoft (Xbox One + Xbox.com) – PC Gaming Show – Ubisoft – Sony
Tuesday: Nintendo’s Treehouse
Gameinformer’s Mike Futter notes that Nintendo will not be holding a keynote or Direct presentation. Their E3 is dedicated to the new upcoming Zelda on Wii U and NX at Nintendo Treehouse, though other things are getting announced or shown as well.
Source: NeoGAF – Gameinformer
Expressing the beauty of gaming, doesn’t stop at gaming itself, it goes beyond that.
Dan’s video, briefly tells the viewer, how the internet and technology helped shape video games as to what they are today, and even with the complications of some issues today, unlike so many other medias, gaming shines beautifully in the face of old-age mediums, like filmography, theatrical performances, music industry, and so on.
Source: Dan Rossner
A Nintendo Character from the Smash Ballot.
Although this video is posted by Liam, he officially labels it as an Unseen64 feature video*
*Please let me know if I should change this, Liam :V