Right now we are in the transitional phase of our company, transitioning from packaged goods games into an entirely free-to-play experience.
Zelda Wii U Still in R&D
With ‘No Zelda’ trending worldwide shortly after the Nintendo E3 press conference, the lack of Link was a big miss. Shigeru Miyamoto has explained, stating that the game is in a too early stage of development.
The debut video for Epic Games’ next gen engine, Unreal Engine 4, was released last night. The ‘Elemental’ tech demo shows off the engine running on a single graphics card (GTX 680) PC. The engine is going to report a lot of platforms, ranging from iPhone to consoles and PCs. Just the other day, Square Enix released a tech demo reel for their next-gen engine, The Luminous Engine. Both are very nice and pretty.
Here are the Crysis 3 screens which made their way out of E3. More environment shots which show a New York City ravaged by the jungle. The game is due out in February of next year for PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.
The recent GameSpot demo of Halo 4 at E3 gave gamers their first glimpse at the Halo 4 menu screen. Whilst menus aren’t necessarily the most important things when it comes to video games, anything of Halo related interests is something that shouldn’t be missed.
If you look closely at this PlayStation E3 montage, you may see an unannounced title, Journey: Collector’s Edition. The highly rated PSN title currently doesn’t have a collector’s edition, suggesting an announcement is imminent. What could be included in the package?
Who Won E3?
If you look closely at this scan posted on GoNintendo, the latest issue of Gameinformer magazine lists Tomb Raider for Nintendo Wii U. Whilst neither Crystal Dynamics nor Square Enix have made any official announcement regarding a Wii U version, it would be great if the game came to the system.