CEO Tournament Has Big Upcoming News For Smash Bros

https://twitter.com/CEOGaming/status/602645746446282752 Community Effort Orlando, also known as CEO, is a relatively new Fighting game tournament based in Orlando, Florida. Each year, CEO releases a trailer revealing which games challengers can choose to compete in. Curiously, Super Smash Bros on the Wii U was absent from this year's trailer, leaving many fans worried. However, according to the CEO … Continue reading CEO Tournament Has Big Upcoming News For Smash Bros

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Super Smash Bros Wii U Has More Entrants Than Any Other Fighting Game At CEO 2015

It seems as though Super Smash Bros Wii U has become a popular choice at fighting game tournaments. Recent information from Community Effort Orlando 2015 shows that the Wii U version of Super Smash Bros has more entrants than any other fighting game at the event this year. CEO tournament organizer Alex Jebailey revealed via Twitter the entrant … Continue reading Super Smash Bros Wii U Has More Entrants Than Any Other Fighting Game At CEO 2015

Former EA Boss Is Now The New CEO Of Unity

Former EA CEO John Riccitiello has been announced as the CEO of Unity. Outgoing CEO, David Helgason, has said that Riccitiello is what he describes as a "heartfelt believer in the indie scene". Here's what John Riccitiello had to say about his new position at Unity. "Unity has been a hugely positive force in the games industry for … Continue reading Former EA Boss Is Now The New CEO Of Unity

YoYo Games Exec Says “Consoles Have Become A Barrier To Creativity”

YoYo Games' CEO, Sandy Duncan, thinks video game consoles will appeal to solely a niche audience in a few years. Although consoles are common household items, Duncan says the living room will no longer be 'console exclusive.' He prefers streaming boxes, like Ouya, and claims that 'consoles have become a barrier to creativity.' "In the … Continue reading YoYo Games Exec Says “Consoles Have Become A Barrier To Creativity”

Nintendo America COO Admits Sony Has Done A “Phenomenal Job” Driving PlayStation 2 Sales

Nintendo of America President and COO Reggie Fils-Aime admits Sony did a great job in terms of supporting its 12-year-old console, PlayStation 2, which launched in 2000. The PlayStation 2 is currently the best-selling video game system of all time, followed closely by the Nintendo DS, which released 2004. Like the PlayStation 2, Fils-Aime believes … Continue reading Nintendo America COO Admits Sony Has Done A “Phenomenal Job” Driving PlayStation 2 Sales