Amazon Game Studios is seeking individuals to join their development team currently working on an “ambitious” new title for PC.
Vive VR by Valve started shipping the developer edition to AAA game developers, indie teams and select movie studios.
Yooka-Laylee’s Kickstarter is over and has raised £2,090,104. They reached the £2 million final stretch goal, which means backers will receive free DLC after the game’s launch!
Even though Xbox has announced the backward compatibility on Xbox One Sony still isn’t planning on doing the same for the PS4 since it’s such a hard thing to do. Shuhei Yoshida, head of Sony, isn’t ruling out the possibility though. He just says they want to focus on creating new experiences on PS4 instead of bringing back old games.
With E3 2015 over, the Entertainment Software Association has already announced E3 2016. It’ll take place from June 14 to June 16 at the Los Angeles Convention Center, in 2016 of course.
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