Slightly Mad Studios Andy Tudor has revealed that the team are looking to achieve 1080p and 60fps on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of Project CARS. However, Tudor admitted that the Wii U version of the game won’t hit the performance highs of either of those two versions. Tudor did say that he’s pleased with the development of the Wii U version, though he confessed that they have had significant hurdles to overcome.
“With the Wii U port due out next year. It won’t hit the performance highs of the Xbox One and PS4 versions, though Tudor is happy with the progress Slightly Mad is making.”
“There are significant hurdles that we’ve had to get over, and that’s kind of expected,” he said. “But the fact we can have weather, time of day, a significant number of cars on screen, it’s actually really promising.”
Two Tribes have confirmed that their latest game Rive will be heading to the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Wii U and Steam. The news was announced on Twitter by the long-running company. The game is described as a 2D metal wrecking, robot hacking shooter. You can watch the trailer for the game, below.
Thanks, Wii U Master Race
Ubisoft Montreal’s vice president of creative, Lionel Raynaud, has assured online gaming publication CVG that the next Watch Dogs game will be an improvement on the mixed original which came out in May. However, Raynaud was quick to point out that they need to be careful about changing things that players of the game actually liked. The Wii U version is schedule for release November 18th.
“We had a lot of flaws in the replayability of gameplay loops and you could feel that the game was a first iteration. At the time, there was clear potential but it was not easy to know it was going to become the franchise that it is today.”
“For the case of Assassin’s Creed 1, the reception was critically not perfect but the commercial reception was good. Also it felt like something that was fresh and appropriate for a new generation. The feeling was good for the future of the franchise, because the concept was smart in the way that it had infinite possibilities in terms of time travelling.”
Black Forest Games has announced that it is working on a follow-up to Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams. The upcoming sequel, which is currently known as Giana Sisters 2, is in the early prototyping stages and scheduled to arrive either late 2015 or early 2016. It is in development for Wii U, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The original Giana Sisters can be purchased from the Nintendo eShop on Wii U.
A number of publications are reporting that the Wii U is the second most popular current-gen console in Germany at the moment. The console is lagging quite far behind the PlayStation 4 which is currently seeing demand six times higher than of the Wii U. The reasons for the high Wii U sales is down to the brilliant Mario Kart 8 which has boosted sales no end for the console in Germany.
We heard rumours a few months back that Resident Evil: Revelations 2 is in development when a Russian site began listing the title for a number of platforms. Things have taken a step further today as the box-art for the game was hosted on xbox.com. The game was listed for PlayStation 4, Xbox, One, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360. Here’s some rumoured information about the story.
There are three returning characters. Two female and one male. Two haven’t been seen in over a decade and one has never had an “in-game” appearance. Guess away. That’s more than enough.”
“Regarding the one who doesn’t appear in-game, I should be a little more specific(because I’m sure someone will call me a liar for being too general). They are mentioned in games but are a background character with no “active” appearance yet. It’s not someone from the movies/comics.”
Capcom producer Yoshinori Ono has tweeted that the Street Fighter franchise will eventually be coming to both the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4, but won’t be making its way onto the Wii U. He also mentioned that the rumours claiming it would use a pay-to-win system are completely false.