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    Bungie says lack of Destiny on PC "painful" for gamers

    GameSpot
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    Developer addresses Destiny absence for PC, says, "Obviously, we'd love to be on as many platforms as possible."

     

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    Bungie's all-new shared-world shooter Destiny has been confirmed for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation 4, but not PC.

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    Writer and design director Joseph Staten has acknowledged that this news is "painful" for some gamers, but wouldn't say more about the possibility of the new shooter coming to PC.

     

    "Well, I can't talk about it. I mean, obviously we'd love to be on as many platforms as possible," Staten told GameSpot. "We want to get the game into as many hands as we can. But we're not talking about PC right now. I know it's painful; every time someone asks me that question I can see it in their eyes."

     

    Bungie commented on the possibility of a PC version of Destiny last month, saying "We haven't said yes, and we haven't said no." A PC version of Destiny previously appeared on Bungie's website.

     

    Destiny launches next year published by Activision. For more, check out GameSpot's full conversation with Staten below.

     

     

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    "Bungie says lack of Destiny on PC "painful" for gamers" was posted by Eddie Makuch on Mon, 17 Jun 2013 13:15:48 -0700

     

    Source: GameSpot


    Molyneux gave "thumbs up" to Fable HD

    GameSpot
    By GameSpot,

    Lionhead lead designer says Peter Molyneux has played and approved Fable Anniversary.

     

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    Peter Molyneux, who led development on the original Fable and its two sequels, has played the upcoming high-definition Fable Anniversary overhaul and has given it a "thumbs up."

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    Lionhead Studios lead designer Ted Timmins told GameSpot that Molyneux, following his departure from the studio and Microsoft altogether, remains a friend of the company.

     

    "He popped over, had a play, gave a thumbs up, and then went back on his way," Timmins said.

     

    Fable Anniversary launches later this year only on Xbox 360; a PC version is not in the works. The package includes the 2004 original role-playing game and its Lost Chapters expansion.

     

    The game will have an entirely new lighting system, powered by the Unreal engine, as well as all-new character models, textures, materials, and new facial and cutscene animations. It will also feature widescreen support and remastered audio for surround sound setups.

     

    All content found in Fable and its Lost Chapters expansion will be included in Fable Anniversary, though Lionhead said no additional quests or content will be added to the new version.

     

     

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    "Molyneux gave "thumbs up" to Fable HD" was posted by Eddie Makuch on Mon, 17 Jun 2013 12:56:57 -0700

     

    Source: GameSpot


    Oculus Raises $16 Million to Bring Rift VR Headset to Market

    IGN
    By IGN,

    Oculus Raises $16 Million to Bring Rift VR Headset to Market

    During E3 2013, we had the opportunity to check out a new 1080p prototype of the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset, and needless to say, it was pretty amazing. But the big question is when the average consumer can expect to purchase the final version. Unfortunately, there's still no set date, but Oculus has taken a huge step toward release with a major round of funding.

     

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    Source: IGN


    Samsung Galaxy Users to Receive New Jay-Z Album 72 Hours Early

    IGN
    By IGN,

    Samsung Galaxy Users to Receive New Jay-Z Album 72 Hours Early

    If you happened to be watching Game 5 of the NBA Finals on Sunday night, you may have noticed a strange--and somewhat lengthy--commercial spot featuring Jay-Z. The end of the ad featured Samsung's "The Next Big Thing" slogan, and sure enough, word has come of a partnership between the Galaxy S4 smartphone maker and the rap superstar.

     

    Samsung has purchased one million advance copies of Jay-Z's upcoming album, Magna Carta Holy Grail, reports The Wall Street Journal. Reportedly, the electronics giant paid $5 a pop for the digital records, which Samsung plans to give away free to Galaxy users 72 hours prior to the album's official release on July 4.

     

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    First Leaked Image of Logitech's iOS Game Controller

    IGN
    By IGN,

    First Leaked Image of Logitech's iOS Game Controller

    Third-party game controllers exist for iOS devices currently. But the biggest problem surrounding those peripherals is a lack of real support from Apple. When iOS 7 launches this fall, it appears Cupertino is finally looking to apply its blessing to gamepads, already announcing partnerships with Logitech and Moga. Kotaku has reportedly received an image of one such controller, meant to wrap around a fifth-gen iOS screen.

     

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    Hitman: Absolution Dev Lays Off Half of Staff

    IGN
    By IGN,

    Hitman: Absolution Dev Lays Off Half of Staff

    Hitman: Absolution developer IO Interactive has laid off half of its staff. In a statement provided to Develop, an IO spokesperson said the studio is “making significant changes at IO Interactive as we align our business against a changing and challenging market.”

     

    According to IO, “Hannes Seifert, formerly Production Director for 3 years at the studio, will take over the position of Studio Head at IO. The studio will focus resolutely on the future vision for the Hitman franchise and is in pre-production on a new triple-A Hitman project.”

     

    "However,” the statement continues, “we have taken the difficult decision to cancel other studio projects and initiatives at IO and reduce the workforce in this studio, which will impact almost half of the employees currently at IO, as we make internal adjustments to face the challenges of today’s market.”

     

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    Source: IGN


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