Reggie Fils-Aime said the best way for companies to deal with the used games market is to ensure their games are good so gamers won't trade them in. Shuhei Yoshida said the PlayStation Plus subscription requirement is up to publishers for free-to-play games on PlayStation 4. Achievements on the Xbox One will be broken into two categories: traditional Achievements and special Challenges. Microsoft said the popularity of multiplayer is why the company thinks the Xbox One's connectivity requirement won't be an issue. Several new games were announced as being in development at E3, and we've got a spread of features detailing the show floor's offerings.
- Nintendo: If devs are worried about used game sales, they should make better games
- Publishers decide whether to require PS Plus subscription for F2P games on PS4
- Multiplayer's popularity is one reason Microsoft thinks always online is OK
- Xbox One's new Achievements system explained, time-based Challenges don't reward Gamerscore
- Two new Double Fine games in development with IndieFund support
- Fez 2 in development at Polytron
- Former Journey and Katamari Damacy devs working on a new project
- Titanfall: Respawn's 'second skin'
- Bungie unveils its Destiny
- Super Mario 3D World: keeping Mario weird
- Quantum Break brings binge viewing to video games
- Last of Us Remastered Photo Mode screens go from brutal to kawaii
- GOG.com accidentally gives away thousands of games
- Battlefield Hardline's singleplayer tells the story of a good cop framed
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- How cows predicted the seedy underbelly of social gaming
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