Entries in 'support' (66)
Microsoft has for the first time said that it envisages a time when every firth party game produced for Xbox 360 will incorporate some level of Kinect functionality.
Crysis 2 will push the console visual envelope when its released next month, but one thing it won't do is add weight to the growing motion control movement.
The PS3 version of Portal 2 will not include PlayStation Move support, developer Valve has confirmed.
"Complete" PlayStation Move support has been guaranteed for the PS3 version of Portal 2.
The UK has a heritage in developing video games that we can be very proud of.
It's an argument often trotted out whenever anyone attacks the pre-owned market – "You don't see Toyota demanding a cut from the sale of a second hand Corolla."
Microsoft has warned Call of Duty fans to ensure that they download the correct version of new Call of Duty: Black Ops DLC First Strike.
LoveFilm has applauded publishers’ efforts to encourage new sales with the rise of second user charges.
Any game can sell well on Wii, as long as it’s supported well by publishers, Nintendo has told MCV.
Ambitious cloud-computing based video games service OnLive will roll out an official wi-fi beta version of its service in September.
Sony has confirmed at the IFA trade show that a patch to introduce 3D Blu-ray movie playback on PS3 will be released some time next month.
Xbox 360 platform holder Microsoft has finally admitted that many countries will not enjoy voice recognition support for Kinect when the device arrives in Europe in November.
It seems that upcoming RPG Fable III will not now support Xbox 360’s motion camera Kinect, delivering a big blow to the peripheral’s hardcore-audience credentials.
Support for Microsoft’s Kinect has not been confirmed for Metal Gear Solid: Rising, a producer working on the game has confirmed.
LittleBigPlanet 2 will offer limited support for the PlayStation Move controller at launch with fuller, expanded support planned for later down the line.
If publishers commit to long-term marketing of their titles they can most definitely succeed on the Wii, Nintendo’s American boss Reggie Fils-Aime has stated.
With the cat – or in this instance, coloured ball – finally out of the bag about Sony’s Move motion controller for PS3, the platform holder has announced that it ...