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MXGP ‘Official Motocross’ trailer

Milestone has announced MXGP, The Official Motocross Videogame based on the official World Motocross Championship which will be available in spring 2014 for PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and Windows PC. “MXGP, The Official Motocross Videogame represents the Motocross come back for Milestone “, affirms Luisa Bixio, Marketing and Sales Director at…

There’s “no real difference” between Xbox One and Playstation 4 specs says renowned game dev

Resident Evil creator, Shinji Mikami has told Edge magazine that he believes there is “no real difference” between the specifications of next-generation consoles, reports The Sixth Axis. “When Xbox One was first announced, it had lower specs than PS4, but now they’re almost identical. “So either will do,” he stated. The Sixth Axis points out that Mikami is speaking in…

UK Publication implies GTA V is to blame for ‘Model Pupil’ bank robbery

MCVUK are candidly citing The Daily Mail for insinuating that, “All crime that happened in mid-September (in the Uk) was GTA V’s fault.” The Daily Mail article is reporting on a bank robbery where CCTV footage shows a 15 year-old “model pupil” holding up bank workers at gunpoint in “Grand Theft Auto-style.” The report points out that the Judge said…

Former EA CEO claims $60 for console and PC games is a “giant F-U”

Speaking at the Gaming Insiders Summit, former EA CEO John Riccitiello explained that he believes that console and PC games need to have variable pricing compared to that of mobile games. Discussing console and PC games’ pricing, Riccitiello says asking customer to pay $60 is “a giant F-U to a very large number of people,” reports [a]ListDaily. Illustrating the success…

Study shows that females using sexy avatars are more likely to objectify themselves

Time are citing a new Stanford study where it was found that women who play as over-sexualized female avatars in games, were not only more likely to objectify themselves, but also, sadly, more likely to accept the disturbing ‘rape myth’ – the idea that the rape victim was in some way to blame for being raped, for wearing “too revealing”…