Today is the 5th of December, 2013 and we've gathered some of the most interesting video gaming news for your reading pleasure. Go ahead and check out our daily digest!
Resident Evil creator says that scaring people is becoming increasingly difficult
Shinji Mikami, the creator of Resident Evil, is now actively working on a horror game - Evil Within, shared his thoughts on the prospects of the horror genre. According to him, players already know all standard techniques and tricks, thus scaring them becomes a big challenge.
Ultra Street Fighter IV to be released in early June 2014
Capcom has announced that Ultra Street Fighter IV will be released in early June 2014 for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
Making of Killzone: Shadow Fall
Snowdrop Engine Teaser for Tom Clancy's The Division
Full trailer will be released on December the 9th.
The creators of Arma 3 announced a contest worth 500,000 Euro
Bohemia announced a competition for the best non-military modification. The prize will be a financial reward in the amount of 500 000 Euro.
Sony revealed microtransaction prices in Gran Turismo 6
We already mentioned here that Gran Turismo 6 for the first time in the history of GT series will have microtransaction feature. Finally Sony has published information about the pricing.
Top 10 video games of 2013 by Time magazineAmerican Time magazine named their top ten games of 2013. Grand Theft Auto 5 was honored as number one game of the year.
World Of Warcraft movie cast
Ben Foster, Toby Kebbel, Robert Kazinsky, Travis Fimmel and Dominic Cooper joined Paula Patton in the upcoming Warcraft movie.
Thief will look better on PC than on the next-gen consoles
In an interview with DSOG representatives of Eidos Montreal reported that Thief will look better on PC than on the next-gen consoles. Main reason - AMD Mantle TressFX 2.0.
DICE needs to fix Battlefield 4 first
DICE will not work on other projects (Mirror's Edge 2, Star Wars: Battlefront) and future expansions for BF4, untill the original game will run properly as promised at the time of development. Learn more
Final Fantasy artist Akihiko Yoshida leaves Square Enix
A special version of the Bravely Default game includes an artbook with pages where Yoshida announced his decision to leave Square Enix where he worked for the past 18 years.
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