Talks about initiatives with Unity and reaching out to developers.
Ah, when times were simpler and promises were kept.
Kojima shows off the prologue and explains many of the new mechanics in the game.
CEO Eric Hirsberg believes success for Nintendo means success for the industry as a whole.
Microsoft's next gen console is being rolled out as we speak.
Production hasn't been rushed, despite some concerns.
Now has access to all of Nokia's patents and technologies.
Pete Hines tells it like it is.
But maintains that there are "still lots of great solutions" for the industry to rise again.
Gary Carr stresses how diversity in employees makes it easier to cater to different segments of gamers.
Peter Moore also wants to know when the Xbox One will hit.
Sony knows it's a long game though.
Cuts were to happen a year ago.
Some reservations remain for Vlambeer, but so far so good.
Selection committee formed to locate successor.
John Patrick Lowrie says he didn't mean to give the impression of knowing what's going on.
Zune Music Pass users can still avail of free songs however.
Quoting John Carmack, Hallock talks about how hardware standardization will benefit devs in the long run.
The Defiance developer continues to downsize and consolidate.