This week on the Short-Takes, the Xbox One used game policy doesn't get any clearer, the race is on for used game DRM between the PS4 and One, Square Enix America's president calls it quits, Blizzard does a massive rethink and downsizing on its next Titan MMO, and Ubisoft looks to continue diversifying with a racing game.
Resident Evil: Revelations perfectly fit the portable format last year with its brief, digestible chapters and small sensible ambitions. But on the Xbox 360, prior 3DS limitations compromise this viral vacation.
The PS4 has had it’s turn in the spotlight; now it’s time for us to dissect and parse every word Microsoft dared to utter during their hour long press conference on their prizefighter, the Xbox One in another Weekend Short-Takes double feature.
On this episode of the podcast, Simon and Alex begin to evaluate the long and storied history of the now defunct Lucasarts by evaluating the innovation in its games in the early days, and the subsequent erosion of in-house creativity and improvement that led to its eventual demise.