Max Payne 3 will be released onto Mac this coming June 20. The game was released in May last year to Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. The recommended specifications for the Mac version of the game can be found below:
- Mac OS X 10.7.5 Lion
- Intel Dual Core Xeon / Core i Series 2.4 GHZ or greater
- 4GB System RAM
- NVIDIA® 8800GT 512MB VRAM
- or AMD Radeon HD 4870 512 VRAM
- HDD Space: 35GB
“There is something we’re doing with the Steel Diver idea that I think is going to open things up with that game… It’s going to be very fun. We’re exploring from a perspective of where we can take that from a multiplayer standpoint – it’s going to have this four-player battle mode that I think is going to be very interesting,“ Nintendo executive Shigeru Miyamoto revealed to IGN.
“It’s something that we’re hoping to be able to show relatively soon,” Miyamoto concluded.
The game will changed accordingly to fit the free-to-play model, but an actual platform was not stated.
“[Dead Rising 3] and Deep Down have nothing to do with Dragon’s Dogma”.
More details surrounding the game has not been released as of yet.
Capcom is asking fans to show there’s a demand for a Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Dual Destinies as a retail release. Capcom senior VP Christian Svensson suggests that you leave a message in this Capcom Unity thread, or mention your support to Svensson on Twitter.
“If things go well and demand is there, in a few weeks I may be able to present an option that puts the ball back in the fans’ court,” he said. “I want to stress the word “may” so as to not misrepresent the situation or promise anything. We are trying. Again, timing and pricing would be at a disadvantage to the digital option as an assumption you should make.”
The game is seeing a 3DS release via Nintendo eShop this Fall.
It’s always something for fans of the game series, although not a real promise.
Bungie president Harold Ryan replied the following to the question regarding what new features we can expect for PS4 and Xbox One: “We’re not committing right now to any specific platform features. The great thing for us with timing is that we were making a new engine, and then two new consoles were coming out, which led us to invest more into making the new engine for it.
“There are a whole bunch of great opportunities for us to go after, like full player experiences, etc. We’re investigating all of those and building the core experience of Destiny, which will be similar across all the platforms. The graphics are different, obviously, platform to platform, but in a connected world, the game of Destiny is going to be awesome on all of them.”
Nintendo is contemplating on bringing Tomodachi Collection: New Life to the West. The game launched in Japan on April 18th and sold very well. Nintendo of America president and COO Reggie Fils-Aime related the game to Animal Crossing: New Leaf, saying the former game is something they’re “looking hard at for our market” and that it’s another title “that benefits from those short bursts of play, on a day-in, day-out basis.”
In addition to that, he’s also contemplating other IP revivals.
“I’m not making any promises, and I’m not making any commitments, but certainly we are thinking about, for Wii U and for 3DS, what are those franchises?” he said. “Maybe those franchises that have been dormant for a few years, that we can loving bring to those platforms to drive our business forward.”
An entry in SteamWorks database suggest that Left 4 Dead 3 might be in development. A developer managed to force his way into the database and uncover the page, although he notes it has not been updated for several months.
“I brute forced it in a way, there were lots of interesting things I found. L4D3 was the most interesting although it hasn’t been updated in months so it may be dead.”
The user was subsequently banned from Steam.