Cristian Ramírez Fonseca

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'Dead Island 2' needs a new developer

<i>Dead Island 2</i> is dead. For now at least. Publisher Deep Silver sent out an update today announcing that it's no longer working with the open-world zombie-massacre/absurd-weapon-crafting simulator sequel's developer, Yager, on the title. "With <i>Dead Island 2</i>, Deep Silver has always been dedicated to …

Epic Games is the latest hacking victim

Not even a chainsaw bayonette (or the stealthy gent up above) could stop Epic Games from falling prey to hackers. The Unreal Engine-maker sent emails to members of its forums announcing that unauthorized access to usernames, email addresses, passwords and birthdates may have been accessed by an …

Dead Island 2 Dev Cites "Difference in Vision" For Parting Ways With Publisher

The former developer of Dead Island 2 has said a difference in vision between the studio and Deep Silver resulted in the decision to go its separate ways.<p>Timo Ulmann, managing director of Yager Developments, said in a statement that the project "fell out of alignment."<p>"Our team is made of the best …

PlayStation Store Fighting Game Sale Discounts Street Fighter, BlazBlue, Mortal Kombat, and More

In advance of fighting game tournament EVO 2015, Sony has launched a fighting game sale on PlayStation Network, offering discounts on a number of classic and recent titles. for PS3, PS4, and PS Vita.<p>The list of discounted games includes Mortal Kombat X, Ultra Street Fighter IV, and Guilty Gear Xrd. …

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Call of Duty (2003)

The original and still widely acclaimed as one of the greatest WWII games of all time, Activision bought up developer Infinity Ward the day after the game released. The publisher could smell a hit a mile away, and wasted no time annualizing the franchise.

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AMD's New Air-Cooled Radeon Fury Is The Real Hero Of The Fiji Lineup

AMD spent considerable time, energy, and resources hyping their liquid-cooled Radeon Fury X, their next-generation graphics card that ushered in a brand new GPU architecture and high-bandwidth memory (HBM). In my review here at Forbes I praised its design language, premium appeal, and improved …

China Doesn't Care About The PS4 Or Xbox One

Late last year, both the PS4 and Xbox One were released in China. Much to the excitement of industry analysts, who were frothing at the mouth at the amount of units both companies would sell. The reality in fact has been far starker.<p>Bear in mind that China hasn’t had games consoles released …

Microsoft Will Not Be Attending This Year's Tokyo Game Show

Likely on account of the Xbox One’s dismal performance in Japan, Microsoft has decided to abstain from this year’s Tokyo Game Show.<p>This is not to say that Xbox One games won’t be present at other booths just that Microsoft won’t have one of their own at the show.<p>Admittedly they could do a private …

Where On Earth Is GTA 5's Story DLC?

In 2013, <i>Grand Theft Auto 5</i> set a seemingly untouchable day one sales recording, bringing in an $800M haul in 24 hours for Take-Two. Since then, the various versions of <i>GTA 5</i> have sold more than 50 million copies, putting it behind only <i>Tetris, Wii Sports</i> and <i>Minecraft</i> in terms of lifetime total …

'God Of War 3 Remastered' Looks A Lot Like The PS3 Version

<i>God of War 3</i> is the first in the series Sony decided to remaster for the PlayStation 4, which is odd. I’d have expected the original to come first, or maybe the first three to be released as a remastered trilogy <i>a la</i> <i>Uncharted</i> or <i>Halo.</i><p>But <i>God of War 3</i> is where they started, and of course the game …

It's Idiotic And Archaic For Comic Con Not To Be Streamed Like E3

Last week, thousands of fans crammed into Hall H at San Diego Comic Con to see footage from DC’s upcoming <i>Suicide Squad</i> movie. Naturally, with everyone in the room having a camera in their pocket, at least one of the thousands recorded that footage and put it on the internet. What followed was a …