Category Archives: Software News & Updates
PlatinumGames: “Bayonetta 2 would not exist without Nintendo white knighting that project.”
Last week, creative producer at PlatinumGames, JP Kellams gave a presentation for The University of Central Florida Center for Emerging Media in downtown Orlando, and while discussing a part of his career at PlatimumGames. A question was raised in regards to changing between publishers and platforms, Kellams went onto say the following:
Without getting into some stuff that is both business and confidential, the simple question I’d like to ask you is, ‘Do you want to play Bayonetta 2?’ Bayonetta 2 would not exist without Nintendo white knighting that project. So while I totally understand that people want to play it on the platforms that they’ve played it on previously, we really wanted to make Bayonetta 2.
SimCity Available Now On Mac But Still Has Problems?
Better late than never I suppose?
by Arthur Kotsopoulos
©2013 Arthur Kotsopoulos
After an extremely rocky launch back in March of this year for SimCity, Mac users are now able to purchase and play SimCity. It seems that all the original content from the Windows release is still intact.
From creating and destroying your city how you see fit to the regional play involved with multiplayer.
Personally since the game launched, I never found a reason to jump back into it seeing as requiring a constant connection with servers that couldn’t handle the load, heavily impacted on my play time.
I believe that since March the game has found a steady ground where it can handle the current amount of active players with no hiccups. It’s been out of the lime light since, so I would be safe in assuming all known problems are gone.
Battlefield 4 Gameplay Premiere
Is this the next gen of warfare?
by Nicholas Laborde
©2013 Nicholas Laborde
Recently, a sequel has been teased via artwork and a website, leading up to now.
Finally, EA has delivered a whopping seventeen minute video on Battlefield 4... but is this truly the next generation of warfare?