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Double Fine's second Kickstarter campaign closes at $1.2 million, nearly double its funding goal. 'Massive Chalice' is said to blend 'XCOM,' 'Fire Emblem,' 'FF Tactics,' and 'Game of Thrones' in a generation-spanning strategy game.
Microsoft responds to fan feedback concerning the Xbox One's lack of compatibility with Xbox 360 accessories. The company's support Twitter feed indicates that a solution is in the works, and will be revealed by launch.
Microsoft second-gen Kinect that ships with Xbox One won't be compatible with Windows PCs. Software developers will need a separate Kinect for Windows device, and early SDK access applications for that are now open.
Sony executives speak out on how Microsoft's policies influenced the company's E3 presentation. Sony Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida admitted that feedback from players on Twitter helped formulate the company's winning E3 2013…
The last Crackdown game was 'Crackdown 2' in 2010, but a symbol from the game appeared briefly during the Xbox One announcement. Nothing appeared at E3, but Microsoft's Phil Spencer now confirms that the franchise is not dead.
The $99 Android console hits store shelves today across North America and the U.K. But some of the units owed to those who funded the device on Kickstarter have not yet arrived, prompting an apology from Ouya CEO Julie Uhrman.
Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima is interested in finding a developer to remake 1998's 'Metal Gear Solid' using Kojima Productions' Fox Engine, the same middleware powering the upcoming 'Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain'.
Australia's Classification Board refuses to assign a rating to 'Saints Row IV,' effectively banning the game's release in the country. This marks the first ban in Australia since the introduction of the R18+ rating.
Sony attempts to trump Microsoft once more after revealing that it has 30 PlayStation 4 exclusives in development. Twenty of those will arrive in the console's first year, and 12 of those are brand new IPs.