Developers make games for iOS for two reasons:
1 – Less platform fragmentation in both hardware and software make development easier.
2 – iOS users are far more likely to spend money on, or inside an app, meaning that despite a smaller install base (compared to Android) developers can make more money on iOS than Android.
It has nothing to do with Devs treating Android as a second-class platform and more about picking a more profitable platform to start with.
I do hope that MS goes further in this direction. All it does make things more difficult for Indie devs. I’m not one for pushing MS to kowtow to whatever consumers and developers want, but this is a spot I’m definitely for changing.
Take just about every concept from Nintendo’s online and digital services and discover just how insane 2014 sounds.
MS is wrapping up the largest corporate restructuring in years that puts a heavy emphasis in Xbox as a growing service platform. Satya would not have gotten the job if he wasn’t at least willing to see how it pans out.
That is a pretty slick interface. I mean, is have to actually use it to make that call, but it looks really nice. Much prefer the options it has over the PS4, especially the resolution. #resolutiongate
Well, to be honest that’s gotta be what, five people total?
Well then you’re going to be disappointed. MS’s “Threshold” update that launches spring of 2015 IS Windows 9.
No Harrier? Damn man. I stopped playing the game before the first DLC dropped and came back after the last DLC hit. Second pack I bought had a Harrier in it. :/
Can’t have LAN support as it needs to connect to Azure servers for AI computations.
So this is the update that also enables support for the headset adapter, right?
A very happy unbirthday to you, my good sir!
Endings were already fixed. If you still don’t like them, then you’re pretty much saying the only ME games you want in the future are prequel titles and not furthering the universe.
So the fact that all the possible endings were essentially the same was simply laziness on Bioware’s part and not them giving them a foundation for post-ME3 games to start? I guess that’s one theory to go by.
Prequels rarely ever live up to the success of the main games, and Bioware left the endings of ME3 in such a place that future games could absolutely exist. All they need to do is change textures or dialogue options to match the player’s final choice and everything will be fine.
No rumors about that rotation if games, that was a public EA announcement.
With expectations like that, I really have to wonder where you have been the past generation of multiplayer games.
The single player campaigns of CoD and Battlefield, two of the largest console shooters out there, are utter garbage. Less than 10% of CoD players even touch the campaign, let alone finish it. It’s absolutely nuts that we still have these things tacked onto multiplayer games.
If the Kinect is using the same protocols for Twitch that they use for Skype, then the camera will simply zoom in on you and follow you around. It’s pretty cool and I hope it’s in there.