Details on the upcoming Nintendo 3DS-exclusives Pokémon X and Pokémon Y are scarce, as both of them were announced just last month. Nevertheless, there are plenty of rumors floating around the web suggesting that, when the two games arrive, they will bring significant changes to the series.
Despite its increased emphasis on connectivity, Sony won’t be going all-in with a digitally distributed future. With last Tuesday’s PlayStation 4 announcement, Sony not only promised a system that will play highly advanced games, but use more online features than ever before .
While the gaming world is still coming to grips with the potential of the PlayStation 4, at least one sci-fi acting legend was facepalming so hard at how behind the times everyone else was. From this early 80s footage that IGN somehow was able to recover, Leonard Nimoy takes Sony‘s new (old?
Filmmaking is a lot different than it used to be, and we’re not talking about the Golden Age of Hollywood between the late Twenties and early Sixties; the film industry has transformed hugely even in just the last 20 years. Not only has film (yes, actual film) been replaced by digital cameras, but the way movies are edited has also changed.
The first review for Tomb Raider has come to light, courtesy of the latest issue of GamesMaster magazine. According to the monthly: “Sitting back exhausted we were left with just one question dribbling forth from our gaping jaws. How on earth are they going to top this in the sequel? Because of one thing there can be no doubt. Lara is back.
Sony announced a sizable price cut for the PlayStation Vita in Japan this morning. Via a special online broadcast, Sony detailed that, starting February 28, both the 3G/Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi-only models will cost 19,980 yen (around $215). That’s roughly a 20 percent price drop for the Wi-Fi only model, and a chunky 34 percent off the 3G/Wi-Fi model.
More: Console/PC , Business/Marketing “I think given how pervasive computers and the internet is now, and how fascinated kids are with it, I want to make sure that they know how to actually produce stuff using computers, and not simply consume stuff.” – U.S.