Tune in on Indie Obscura at 8PM PT and 11PM ET to watch the Nintendo Switch Presentation. [Source: indieobscura.com ]
Emergence at Fextralife writes, “Deep Down. The mention of the name is beginning to take on the mystical air of games like Duke Nukem which languished in development hell with barely a murmur of an update on their progress. A game that once held so much promise has receded into the woodwork, and only the staunchest of hopeful fans have wondered about the fate of what was supposed to be a PS4...
Microsoft’s first party has never looked weaker and on shakier footing than it does right now. Microsoft have Gears of War, Halo, and Forza, and really, that’s it. There are two interesting upcoming projects – Sea of Thieves from Rare, and Crackdown 3 – and the best anyone knows, that’s it. [Source: gamingbolt.com ]
According to Microsoft General Manager Sharon Loftis, the development on Phantom Dust is going quite well and the game will be released soon [Source: thewolfhall.com ]
GameRevolution: “Although the season pass will add a substantial amount of content, there’s much more coming in the future than originally confirmed. Speaking to Famitsu, director Hajime Tabata shared exciting details that included time-limited mob hunts, as well as new party characters.” [Source: gamerevolution.com ]
Forbes’ Dave Thier writes: “The best console in the world won’t sell if it’s too expensive, a piece of trash can sell if it’s cheap enough. The base number floating around right now is $250 — unconfirmed as of yet, but highly likely. Paul Tassi thinks that the price could be trouble for a simple reason: it’s not enough, at least from Nintendo’s persp...
A ton of high level staff has joined the new Kojima Productions. [Source: gamingbolt.com ]
Nintendo’s secret message in the code of NES Mini got discovered. [Source: geeksultd.com ]
Scalebound director Hideki Kamiya recently returned back to Twitter to share an important message for fans of Scalebound. [Source: gearnuke.com ]
Today Xbox Division Head Phil Spencer took to Twitter to respond to a few questions from the fans, as he often does. [Source: dualshockers.com ]
Gareth at Skewed and Reviewed has posted an opinion piece looking at the cancellation of Scalebound from the perspective of his time working in game development with two companies. [Source: sknr.net ]