Posts tagged as: GDC 2012

Keiji Inafune Working on Vita Game

Keiji Inafune somewhat unintentionally let slip that he’s working on a PlayStation Vita game during his “The Future of Japanese Games” talk at the GDC. After speaking of work on his upcoming 3DS title, King of Pirates, as well as his company’s work in social gaming, he mentioned that he’s challenging himself once more with […]

Watch Quantic Dream’s Kara GDC Demo

During a talk on emotion in games at GDC, Quantic Dream’s, the firm behind Heavy Rain and Indigo Prophecy, ┬áCEO David Cage unvealed a new tech demo running in realtime on PlayStation 3. Named KARA, it demonstrates the studio’s ability to realize full performance capture. In other words, to motion capture in one single take […]

Battlefield 3: Close Quarters DLC Will Expanding Multiplayer Action

Starting this June, the successful multiplayer component for first-person shooter Battlefield 3 is expanding. Electronic Arts and studio DICE announced three downloadable expansions are in the works, starting with Battlefield 3: Close Quarters this summer. Details of the game’s battle plan were revealed at an event during the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. The […]

New SimCity Coming to PCs in 2113

Electronic Arts has confirmed it is bringing back its metropolis-building simulation SimCity for PCs in 2013. The publisher made the announcement during their Game Changers event during the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. Studio Maxis, who has worked on previous SimCity games as well as Spore, will develop the game. “SimCity for PC will […]

Google Plus Could Unify Games on Mobile and Web

Google+ group product manager Punit Soni gave a presentation at the Game Developers Conference on Tuesday that promised a completely unified game platform from his company. He expected “by next year” to see Android, Chrome Web Store, Chrome Native Client, and Google+ games to all be unified. He didn’t explain how this would happen, VentureBeat […]

Medal of Honor: Warfighter Due Oct. 23rd

Expect an even more authentic story in the sequel to 2010’s Medal of Honor. That’s because even more real-world Tier One operators have been involved in the development of the game with studio Danger Close, which co-developed the 2010 Medal of Honor. That reboot, which brought the franchise into the present-day after more than a […]

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