GZ News Update 6/6/14: Watch Dogs is killing it and DIY Mario game coming?
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Following Kingdom Hearts 3 initial reveal at last year's E3, series game director Tetsuya Nomura admitted it was probably a little premature to show off a trailer. After all, at the time the game was still very early in its development cycle. Fast forward a year later, and it looks like it's still to earlly to really show anything.
Sony has revealed the PlayStation Store's top sellers for the month of May 2014 and, not surisingly, Watch Dogs is your leader.
Whereas the Xbox 360 and PS3 had eight and seven year lifecycles, respectively, before new consoles were introduced, AMD's Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Devinder Kumar believes the lifecycles of the Xbox One and PS4 will be much shorter. Speaking during the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Technology Conference, Kumar suggested that the next Xbox and the PlayStation 5 (assuming Sony sticks with its numbering system) are already being worked on.
A popular E3 "tradition" is people posting images of "leaked" documents regarding a company's E3 schedule. The problem with this is the fact that anyone can create such a document. It takes all of five minutes for me to go into Microsoft Word, say "NINTENDO'S SUPER SECRET E3 LIST OF GAMES DON'T LEAK NOW HERE'S EVERYTHING THE INTERNET WANTS."