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Leviathyn Minute – March 28th, 2014
Battle field 4 Naval Strike DLC is being delayed for the PC and the Xbox One is being rolled out now for premium subscribers.
Hand of Fate, the crowdfunded rogue-like card game, is the latest indie to launch on the PlayStation 4 and PS vita. It was already to be released on the Mac and PC.
GameStop will invest between $35 million and $40 million in stores selling tech hardware in the coming fiscal year. The plan also calls for adding up to 400 new stores for this new addition to mobile phones and video games.
Swords & Soldiers, a game released on the Wii in 2009 is being revamped in HD and is coming to the Wii U.
Minecraft: Xbox One Edition is “really close” to being ready for release, according to Microsoft Game Studios VP Phil Spencer.
Valve’s head of research and development Michael Abrash has joined Oculus VR as its chief scientist. On his blog, he stated that “The resources and long-term commitment that Facebook brings gives Oculus the runway it needs to solve the hard problems of VR – and some of them are hard indeed.”
DayZ has sold 1.7 million copies of the game and plans to have an update out soon.
Join our host Winston L’Faux as we explore all the news stories in the gaming industry that didn’t actually happen. This week, Microsoft gives Steam some love, Duke Nukem returns yet again, Time Warner Cable celebrates their victory over EA, and Facebook goes virtual.
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