Rockstar has graced us with a good long look at Grand Theft Auto V today, so let’s take a look and break down the trailer after the jump!
Electronic Arts announced Eleven new titles for the 2013 – 2014 lineup at it’s E3, (Electronic Entertainment Expo), press conference today. While there was the usual EA Sports line-up to contend with, a few bright gems stuck out among the titles. Even those inevitable sports titles seemed to have a few tricks up their sleeves. Let’s take a good in-depth look at what gaming publisher Electronic Arts has in store for us… after the jump.
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If Micro$oft is handling even one part of the Xbox One correctly, it may just be the controller.
Xbox has a good history with controllers. They had a misstep with the original Xbox controller – the one my friends and I jokingly referred to as ‘The Hamburger’ due to its shape and girth. They quickly repaired that by issuing the Controller S, which moved around some of the buttons and greatly decreased the size.
The Xbox 360 controller was nearly identical to the S, but it’s wireless and they moved the buttons around again, just a little bit.
And now, we have the Xbox One
There has been quite a lot of nerd-rage over the last week or so regarding the Xbox
720 One. But, I suppose that is the expected response these days. People just seem to not like change. Nevertheless, the future continues to come, and the latest instance of that is the upcoming hardware release from Microsoft.
One of the Microsoft bigwigs recently interviewed with USA Today to discuss what’s up with the Xbox One.