PS4, Xbox 720, Wii U: Next Gen Gaming Round Up for week ending Sept. 30
We have another round-up for you which keeps you up-to-date on the next-gen new and rumours for PS4, Xbox 720 and Wii U. Nintendo’s Wii U is scheduled to release later this year and you can check out our complete coverage on that over here.
Nintendo Announces Wii U Launch Titles, Additional 29 Titles for Launch Window
Nintendo has just released a list of 23 games launching with the Wii U on November 30th, with an additional 29 games expected within the launch window (which ends March 31st 2013).
You can check out the list here.
Xbox 720: Xbox headquarters’ security boosted by Microsoft to ensure confidentiality
“The changes will affect Microsoft Studios A, B, C, and D, on the west side of state Route 520, starting early next month with Studio A and rolling out to the other buildings by the end of the month.
Under the new policy, only employees and vendors in Microsoft’s Interactive Entertainment Business or assigned to the buildings will have open access. Other employees and vendors who need to enter the buildings for business reasons will need to go through an online registration process or register at the buildings as visitors, escorted by another employee with access to the buildings. The changes don’t impact the Commons area in the middle of the Xbox campus.
Read more here.
Nvidia: Next-gen will be the last one, cloud gaming to reign supreme
It’s a known fact that convergence devices like iPhone and the likes are stealing the market away from traditional consoles and their likes, and the current state of the market is uncertain when you look at the struggles some devices like the PS Vita are having.
To add fuel to the fire is Nvidia, who believe the next-gen will be the last and cloud gaming will take over from there. It’s to be noted that Nvidia is not supplying the materials for next-gen consoles and it’s simply AMD, so they could have different interests in mind.
Read more here.
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