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1 comment by Kark-Jocke on Aug 1st, 2013

Nintendo presented the sales numbers are far below expectation for Wii U.

Badly sales

 
Wii U Nintendo machine is a disappointment for the company. It is Kotaku reporting that sales between April and June is the surprising 160,000 units. This applies worldwide sales in a completely årskvartal. This is a number that is not only disappointing for Nintendo, it is purely frightening. By comparison, it sold now 7 year old Wii over 210,000 units during the same period.

Nintendo has explained the low sales that they are still not in goal when it comes to facilitating the efficient use of the console. Especially when it comes to integration with its sister console Wii. In addition, great look lean yet to recover.


Nintendo will reverse the trend


Nintendo also mentioned how they plan to reverse the trend. Among other things, they believe that the next big title screens will create a new momentum for the Wii U. Among the games mentioned are Pikmin 3, The Legend of Zelda, The Wind Waker HD, Wii Party U, Donkey Kong: Tropical Freeze, '' Super Mario 3D World, 'and' Wii Fit U. '

In addition, more resources are now directed towards the social aspect of the Wii U. Major investment in the social network called "Miiverse," will hopefully create a platform where players can share their experiences and effectively communicate with other players while they govern Zelda.

Whatever it is hard to believe that there is a kind of uneasiness in Nintendo. In April, they reported that 390,000 units were sold in total, almost half of what they intended, and the new numbers give no reason to believe that the trend could be reversed.

So is the Wii U a bad console or Nintendo just had bad luck?


Report abuse Dice is well under way with Star Wars Battlefront

2 comments by Kark-Jocke on Jul 26th, 2013


Dice is well under way with Star Wars Battlefront

Frank Gibeau said anything about the studio's upcoming shooter

There is no doubt that the Star Wars license has a turbulent time behind them. In the aftermath of the game studio LucasArts closure last year ruled much confusion about the future of the license, which is not improved when Disney came out with all the ongoing projects were canceled. Publisher Electronic Arts took the case to be in their own hands by acquiring various rights related to Star Wars games earlier in the spring, and the noise was great as it awaited shooter Star Wars Battlefront was announced at this summer's E3 conference. Now the game well into the development phase, at least if we are to believe EA president Frank Gibeau.
"They showed 22 seconds of what direction they take the game in, and the response from the fans has been very positive," explained Gibeau during EA's Q1 FY14 conference. "The gang of Dice is well underway with the development of this product already, so they feel very optimistic about the shooter in the coming years."

During the conference, it was also confirmed that the game will include the ability to freely switch between third person and first person perspective, a feature that has been central to the tiligere games in the series.

Star Wars: Battlefront developed as familiar with Dices powerful Frostbite 3 engine, but no release date has been announced yet.

Report abuse Hungry for more Skyrim?

1 comment by Kark-Jocke on Jul 17th, 2013

 Hungry for more Skyrim? 


A new unofficial mod turns heads.

Bethesda's games often have longer life than is common in the games industry. One reason for this is that the company often has very user-friendly affordable tool that makes it easier for dedicated fans to create more content for their favorite games. Most often this ends up in small mods and new clothes that you can dress yourself in.

Yesterday, however, was the unofficial extra content Falskaar out. At first glance one would think that this was something official Bethesda had released, but absolutely everything is made voluntarily by some dedicated enthusiasts who have spent two years trying to make a separate expansion pack.

Falskaar has its own history of over 15 hours, your own voice actors, and tons of side stories and unique things that you can get in the game. The game takes place in an unknown land mass north of Solitude and history initiated by talking to a beggar in the rift. For those who still have not grown tired of Iceland in the north can be a good way to get back on.



Report abuse The names Xbox could end up with

2 comments by Kark-Jocke on Jul 13th, 2013

The names Xbox could end up with

Would you buy an M-PAC?

It is not always easy to make names for new consoles. A name must be nice and "attractive" and deleted all equally good. Site EDGE recently had an interview with Seamus Blackley, one of the members of the team that created the first Xbox. Blackley said that there were many suggestions as to what could be called xbox. Many names were proposed code name. A couple of names were WEP - Windows Entertainment Project and DirectX Box (hence the name Xbox).


Below you can read the list of names Xbox could be called.


-
MAX (Microsoft Action Experience)
- AIO (All In One)
- MIND (Microsoft Interactive Network Device)
- FACE (Full Action Center)
- MITH (Microsoft Interactive Theatre)
- XON (Experience Optimised Network)
- MVPC (Microsoft Virtual Play Center)
- TAC (Total Action Center - discs / games could be called TAC)
- MARC (Microsoft Action Reality Center)
- LEX (Live Entertainment Experience)
- M-PAC (Microsoft Play and Action Center)
- RPM (Real Performance Machine)
- MOX (Microsoft Optimal Experience)
- E2 (Extreme Experience)
- MTG (Microsoft Total Gaming)
- VIP (Virtual Interactive Player)
- PTP or P2P (Powered Two Play)
- VIC (Virtual Interactive Center - disks / games could be called VICS)
- MARZ (Microsoft Active Reality Zone)
- TSO (Three, Six, Zero)
- EHQ (Entertainment Headquarters)
- O2 (Ozone or Optimum Optical Odyssey)
- MIC (Microsoft Interactive Center)
- R & R (Reality and Revolution)
- MEA (Microsoft Entertainment Activator)
- AMP (Active a Player)
- VPS (Virtual Play System)
- MAP (Microsoft Action Play)
- MEGA (Microsoft Entertainment & Gaming Attendant or Microsoft Entertainment & Gaming Assembly)
- CPG (Cyber ​​Playground)
- APPOINTMENTS (Virtual Reality & Entertainment Venture)
- OM (Odyssey of the Mind)
- P2 (Power Play)
- IS1 (Interactive System In One)

- MET (Microsoft Entertainment Technology or Microsoft Entertainment Theatre)

For more information click here - EDGE

Report abuse Will AMD skip 8000 series?

0 comments by Kark-Jocke on Jul 11th, 2013


Will AMD skip 8000 series?

"Sea Islands" is possibly only available in OEM.

AMD, which is Nvidia's arch-rival, too few seem to have taken an ever so slight pause. Since Nvidia recently launched three new video cards in its 700-series one would like to believe that AMD would respond with its highly anticipated 8000 series. This has not yet happened and we believe ChinaDIY, they are never to see any of this series outside of the pre-built OEM machines.

According ChinaDIY going AMD namely to jump straight to the 9000 series, or Volcanic Islands as it also goes under. These are most likely released around October sometime. This seems very likely since AMD has entered into a partnership with EA and Battlefield 4 will be released just this time.

AMD will probably start with the HD 9970 will be faster than Nvidia's GTX 780, but weaker than the GTX Titan. For most people, regardless of the performance the key factor, but the price. This is where AMD tend to show their strength. If the price settles around 660 dollars, Nvidia has not much to set up and must necessarily lower their prices.

AMD is an American company that specializes in processors in computers. This applies to both CPU and GPU. In recent times they have also begun to produce physical memory, or RAM.

Report abuse Ubisoft has now been hacked!

3 comments by Kark-Jocke on Jul 3rd, 2013

Ubisoft has now been hacked!

Encourage users to change passwords


Large
publisher Ubisoft - known for Far Cry and Assassin's Creed series, was this week exposed an illegal hack attack.

"No personal payment information is stored, which means that all credit card information is not exposed and is completely safe. Anyway, they recommend all users to change passwords. Sorry so much," said Ubisoft to CVG.

Although PC games Uplay service was not the target of the attack, Ubisoft encourages all users to change their password to their Uplay user.

Ubisoft's security team are now working to build up security so this does not occur again.

Report abuse New The Walking Dead is coming tomorrow!

0 comments by Kark-Jocke on Jul 2nd, 2013

New The Walking Dead is coming tomorrow!

400 Days unites season one and season two

Telltale has announced that their new The Walking Dead adventure with subtitle 400 Days is ready for launch this week. Tomorrow, 3 July popping game on Steam while the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 version coming soon after. iPad edition follows next week.


The episodic The Walking Dead was one of the most critically acclaimed games of last year and has received much acclaim for its compelling story and memorable protagonists. The game's sixth episode ended the Telltale Games call season one of the franchise, and in the fall the game continues with season two.


The game that launched this week, with subtitle 400 Days, is a kind of link between the two seasons. The action takes place purely in terms of time between season one and two, and we will manage five new protagonists. Saving file from season one can be imported in season two (with all the consequences based on the choices you made then) and saving the file from 400 Days can be imported in season two.


The Walking Dead: 400 Days - Released on

 PC - 3 July
iOS - 11 July 
Playstation 3 - 10 July

Xbox Live Arcade - 5 July

Report abuse PC requirements for Total War: Rome 2 is now ready.

0 comments by Kark-Jocke on Jun 29th, 2013

PC requirements for Total War: Rome 2 is now ready

Can your PC run Total War: Rome 2?
Total War: Rome 2 is probably without a doubt one of the year's most anticipated PC exclusive.
But
what the game requires? Yes, they have the answer now.
Can you Total War: Rome 2 the minimum or recommended?

In today released the final developer Creative Assembly the system for their next big game in the prisbelømte Total War series. Total War series has always been known for its huge battles that made ​​the games require a portion of your PC. So then the question is finally: have your PC it takes? Find out below:


  • Minimum

* OS: XP / VISTA / WINDOWS 7 / WINDOWS 8

* Processor: 2 GHz Intel Dual Core processor / 2.6 GHz Intel Single Core processor

* RAM: 2 GB

* Video Card: 512 DirectX 9.0c compatible card

* DirectX 9.0 c

* HDD: 36 GB

* Screen Resolution: 1920x1080


  • Recommended

* OS: WINDOWS 7 / WINDOWS 8

* Processor: 2 generation Intel Core i5 (or better)

* RAM: 4 GB

* Video: 1024 MB DirectX 11 compatible cards

* DirectX 11

* HDD: 35 GB

* Screen Resolution: 1920x1080

Total War: Rome 2 launched on 3 September exclusively for the PC. A Steam user is required.


Total War: Rome 2 launched on 3 September exclusively for the PC. A Steam user is required.

Report abuse This is how Final Fantasy XV will be.

2 comments by Kark-Jocke on Jun 18th, 2013

{This is how Final Fantasy XV will be}

Square Enix has made ​​about FF Versus XIII to Final Fantasy XV.

Final Fantasy fans have been waiting in anticipation for Final Fantasy Versus XIII since the game was first announced to the Playstation 3 in 2006 (!). Now, Square Enix renamed the game to Final Fantasy XV and also announced that the game will come out for Playstation 4 and Xbox One instead of Playstation 3

The name change is probably a wise move, many were unhappy with Final Fantasy XIII, and a game with the same number in the title will probably be harder to tempt than with a brand new game in the series.

Final Fantasy XV will take place in a sort of alternate version of our own present, with towns and villages of our own world recreated in the game. The trailer below looks fairly impressive, with intense action scenes and beautiful cutscenes.

Report abuse The Witcher 3, will have 36 possible ending in the game.

1 comment by Kark-Jocke on Jun 17th, 2013

Will have 36 possible ending in the game

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt went out of E3 with the most ambitious and promising titles they saw at the show, at least within the RPG genre. Taking the trailer that was shown at the Microsoft conference considered it an incredibly beautiful game, which offers a staggering big world and equally dynamic game system that they were served in their predecessors.

Website onlysp.com got after a long presentation of the game on the show floor talking with gameplay producer Marek Zimeak from CD Projekt Red, which let a little bit more cards on the table.

He makes clear that he and the other in the Polish team may work part harder to get their ambitions realized. Firstly, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt a game with no loading times in spite of its huge size, and to avoid annoying gates developing the game with a strong focus on getting it to work equally well on all platforms. A coordinated launch to the PC, PS4 and Xbox One is the plan.


They also said the same voice actors as before is in place, and that there have been important in terms of history focus. History section of the game is obviously very ambitious, and the man added that the game will have all 36 possible ending, all of which are affected by your actions in the game and affect the world's condition after the main quest.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt launched for PC, Playstation 4 and Xbox One sometime during 2014.