Every year seems to have a narrative to it. Sometimes, it’s the games; other times, it’s the controversies or the emergence of something new that attempts to add new wrinkles to the medium. Call of Duty. DLC. Micro-transactions. These were some of the most influential game-changers of the last generation of consoles. With 2013 already becoming a hazy memory, the games industry is turning its eyes to what the future might hold. This is the year where next-generation consoles are the prime focus for the industry and with that, the biggest players will attempt new strategies to win big.
One of the more impressive reveals of the Sony Gamescom conference was DayZ on PS4, which didn’t go down brilliantly with all of the PC … Read moreDayZ on PS4 is a “win win” for PC, says Dean Hall
In the latest Day Z development update from Dean Hall, he outlines some of the many changes that are happening with the game right now, … Read moreDay Z moving to MMO style server-client architecture model – Release could slip