Nintendo dominate the hand-held market. While they technically do fight Microsoft and Sony, and battle against mobile gaming, they’re currently the only option for a proper hand-held console. That reign of power, though, is finally being challenged, not by Microsoft or a returning Sony but rather by Valve, the dominant force in PC gaming. A company with plenty of resources to throw at any project it fancies, stepping into the market and trying to expand PC gaming in a whole new way. Valve are aiming to do something dramatic, something big and something very exciting. Can it succeed?
I’m a little late posting this weeks Patch Notes but in my defence I was away watching Avengers: Endgame and still haven’t really recovered from it. There wasn’t a lot of news that really grabbed my attention this week, so I’m just going to focus on two pieces, both involving Epic! Oh, Epic, you just keep providing so much material.
Master of the Lancer Cliff Bleszinski has announced via Twitter that he’s coming out of “retirement” and will be announcing his new project next week, the first since leaving Epic back in October of 2012. “I’m officially coming out of retirement to make video games again,” the developer […]
Earlier this year Epic categorically stated that they were not working on a new Unreal Tournament game, and that they had absolutely no plans to do so. However, today they announced that they are working on a brand new, completely free Unreal Tournament. According to Epic development starts […]
It has been a long time since we last saw Unreal Tournament, but now Epic are hinting that it’s coming back in one form or another. Epic Games VP and co-founder Mark Rein has ventured onto Twitter to mention how excited he is for the comback of Unreal Tournament. […]