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Monthly Archives: July 2010
Earlier this week it was reported that Starcraft 2 cost over $100 million to make, this week Blizzard has retracted the statement saying it didn’t cost over $100 million to make.
Earlier yesterday Microsoft announced to the world Kinect’s official pricing of $150 along with a Kinect bundle for $299, which includes the newly announced 4GB Xbox 360 Slim, Kinect, and Kinect adventures. Along with the peripheral Microsoft claimed at least … Continue reading
Double Fine has seen a slew of developmental issues since their first original IP Psychonauts and their most recent title Brutal Legends, which has seen a cancelation for it’s sequel. During the recent Develop keynote Double Fine founder Tim Schafer … Continue reading
In a recent interview with Activision CEO Bobby Kotick Wall street Journal has concluded that upcoming Starcraft 2 cost the company over $100 million to make, showcasing the amount of faith Activision has in the IP.
Microsoft managed to get almost a year head start on Sony when it first launched, and it looks like history may repeat itself when the next-gen consoles decide to start trickling out again according to a recent interview with Sony … Continue reading
I’m sure many of you are saying no. Even so within three days of the iPhone 4’s initial launch Apple has hit a record breaking 1.7 million units sold worldwide, becoming the fastest selling mobile phone of all time. Not … Continue reading