Push Square: “If variety is the spice of life, then the PlayStation 3 is a particularly posh brand of pepper. Arguably more than any other platform holder over the past five years, Sony has provided its system with a stream of high quality content. From big-budget blockbusters like Heavy Rain and Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune, to smaller endeavours such as Starhawk and Siren: Blood Curse.
AtomiQon writes, “On Monday, the US National Intelligence Council released “Alternative Worlds”, a collection of possible realities, both pessimistic and optimistic, for the United States and the rest of the world in the year 2030.Without going into too much political detail, the scope in which the world platform for politics and power balance is proposed to change in a little over 17 years got me to thinking about what the state of gaming could potentially look like in 2030.
The Wii U is now out and it’s only a matter of time before Sony and MS answer back with their own sets of hardware. Meanwhile, this is the key moment for Nintendo to gather as many third party studios as possible.
Furious Francis and Hero the Impaler from Playeressence.com discuss the best gaming news from around the web from the Week. On this weeks episode: More Wii U discussion, Next generation talk, Top news, and NPD sales.- Hit the link for parts 2 and 3 (3DS, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Mirror of Fate, Fire Emblem: Awakening, Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon, Nintendo DS, Pikmin 3, PS Vita, PS3, PSP, Sony Playstation, Wii, Wii Fit U, Wii U, Xbox 360)
Mario has ran from Generation to Generation, Uncharted has only been on PS3 and Vita. Halo has only been on two systems as well. You could mention God Of War, because that has been on 4 platforms in the span of 12 or so years