RUMOR: Behind the Scenes with First Party Hardware and Third Party Software Next Gen

Update [May 23, 2013]: Dual Pixels will be reaching out to Geno with more information regarding this rumor.


Recently Dual Pixels has received word from Geno, the guy who delivered us the rumors that came true about Castlevania and the Kingdom Hearts HD collection, about Next Gen. This statement talks about the next-gen PlayStation, XBOX, some of Nintendo’s plans for upcoming E3, and more.

PLEASE NOTE: I got this rumor about month ago and have been waiting to see if anything changed. I have not gotten any updates on this rumor yet, but please notice that this could all change from a very small percentage to quite erratically. We do not claim that this rumor will be 100% true, but we do see truth in this. So please keep in mind that in the end it will not be 100% true, but it could.

IN A NUTSHELL this could all be true right now, but all of it could change tomorrow because THATS how gaming development works. I am not in any way, shape, or form retracting my statement. The reason that I put this up is because I see truth in this, not so I can spread fake things just to get people excited.


[Several Spelling Errors Fixed In The Synopsis Below]


— All three major players are going to play very aggressive hard ball starting in Summer 2013 right before E3. Both Sony and Microsoft are attempting to court in developers to next gen engines in attempt to starve Nintendo and mobile developers. However Nintendo is banking on the argument that the other two jumped too soon to upgrade, with only the top-tier of the triple A studios such as Infinity Ward, Crystal Dynamics, ect only having next-gen level technology with most being stuck on very advanced Unreal Engine 3 level tech.


— Nintendo is hoping to play it’s cards right with new hardware add ons and a huge first party push next year where they will reveal games for both holiday 2013 and 2014, a total of 1/3rd of their internal development software. Nintendo has also been shopping around for third party developers where instead of buying them outright, either funds projects or their marketing/localization to make them exclusive or feature packed for Wii U or Nintendo 3DS. Expect more projects like Bayonetta 2 to be announced next year including a partnership that will cause huge shocks when it’s announced even worse than Bayonetta 2. My sources do not think it’s the wildly talked about Devil’s Third being a Wii U exclusive because most people have been buzzing about that and Nintendo is “keeping it extremely close to its chest”.


— Nintendo’s core first party line up for E3 will be the next 3D Mario game that will be out by Holiday 2013, a next Zelda adventure for the Nintendo 3DS, a double dose of Kirby with the return of Tilt ‘n Tumble for Wii U and Kirby’s Pop Up Pannick for Nintendo 3DS, a new HD Yoshi’s Island game, Donkey Kong Land Returns for Nintendo 3DS, new Fatal Frame for Wii U, the new Retro Studios title which may or may not make Holiday 2013 and two new IPs.


— There was a pitch at Retro Studios for a new Metroid game that I have no idea if was scrapped or if it was made into a full game. I do know the pitch was an FPA like the Prime games and it took in between Other M and Fusion. It was suppose to deal with an entire planet that in a conflict between the good guys and the Space Pirates caused a fracture in time that allowed half of the dead planet to come back to life including the dead Chozoo colony. It was suppose to deal with the mystery of the Chozoo, Samus upbringing and that the Chozoo were more war like than imagined. It was also suppose to feature Wii Motion Plus control along with two player co-op with the new Chozoo partner on the gamepad, allowing more crazy exploration and puzzle solving. Being isolated, together was the theme. Multiplayer is also planned. Besides working on that internal next-gen engine for Wii U and a smaller team for Donkey Kong Land Returns, we know that some of the pitches included an entirely new IP based around the GamePad, a revival of Raven Blade and a reboot of Mach Rider.


— Mainline 3DS Pokemon game needs roughly two more years before it’s released. Uses a full 3D engine and will have a story dealing with a world wide crisis. A new Pokemon type will be introduced (has not been done since Gold and Silver) and while not as many new Pokemon as in past gens older Pokemon will get new abilities and forms. Will maximize the Nintendo 3DS use of 3D, StreetPass and online connectivity. The first NFC game for Wii U will be a next gen Battrio game coming out in all regions.


— Sony is near the middle end part of their Project Orbis, their next generation PS4. Omni will be “very capable” of doing modern day graphics compared to a Direct X 11 level of technology like Unreal Engine 4 and Frostbite 2. Compared to Wii U, it is better, but not the biggest leap in the world according to developer friends of mine.  Plans are a Basic Unit with 160 gigs and just the system with controller at $350-$399 and one with the Omniviewer and a pack-in game for $450-$499. Aims are for a September 2013 launch.  The key is the Omniviewer, a thin, lite and slick head mounted autosteroptic display that can track the users head and presents a 360 image view with semi transparent AMOLED screens. Adds extra augmented reality information outside of the TV screen.


— Omni is also part of their philosophy with the new OmniCloud, the new version of Gaikai [Gaitai Spelling Error Fixed]. This service will not only cloud stream PS1, PS2 and select PS3 games to Playstation Certified devices but will also allow every digital and retail purchase to have access to a copy on the cloud. Basically, you buy one game, you can use it on any Plyastation device. Direct hardware Backwards Compatibility will be available by a $70 – $99 dongle that is plugged into the Omni that contains a PS3 on a chip with Cell to run games.


— Known first party games in development for Playstation Omni are: Next Gen Uncharted, Next Gen Siren, The Boydguard, Wipeout Omni, Bump In the Night, Killzone 4, Gran Turismo Prologue, Next Gen Media Molecule, Omni Fitness.


— Microsoft is the most vague out of all of them. It’s slated to be the most powerful out of all the next gen consoles about 4 to 6 times more powerful than Wii U and 2 to 3 times more powerful than Playstation Omni. The project has gone through many name iterations and will not be decided on until shortly before it’s E3 unveiling. Microsoft is also running into manufacturing issues and developers not having games done on time so instead of delaying the launch to Summer 2014, they are thinking of “soft launching” it Holiday November 2013 and then have a full blow out in the summer. All units will come with Kinect 2 built in which can track up to four people, all objects in the living room, clothing, face structure and fingers. It can also understand different voices and has its own PPU. In 2014, Microsoft will introduce the “LiveWall”, a omni-projection unit that will allow game environments to be projected nearly 360 degrees around the user. Using Kinect 2, they have two demos of one that is a battlefield RTS and one that is a kung fu game with guys attacking all around. The LiveWall can also project different images on the wall, so people can play different games on different walls. Microsoft is prepared to champion this unit as a cheaper and more effective alternative to wearing a “goofy stupid VR headset” to combat Sony’s Omniviewer while Sony is going to point out the low resolution quality and the lack of privacy. The system is going to be very expensive in the $499 range so Microsoft is planning on using a remolded X-Box Live (Possibly renamed X-Box Life) to offer a Pro (Gold) subscription two or three-year contract to sell the unit at $300 – $399. The final goal with the tech is to shrink the system on a chip down enough so it can be put into tablets, PCs and Smart TVs so that all devices are X-Box ready.


— Known first party XBox Next games: Halo Trilogy Remake, Chief Samurai by Rare, Project Gotham Racing, Kinectimals 2, Rise, Carnival Park, Fable 4


— Ni-Oh is being completely remade from the ground up in Unreal Engine 4 exclusive for PlayStation Omni. A special Dynasty Warriors 8 will be released on Wii U and Vita, while a special Dead or Alive 5 will be release on Wii U and Playstation Omni later in 2013. Team Ninja also plans on making a side-scrolling remake of the NES Ninja Gaiden game for Wii U eShop, PSN and XBLA.


— Capcom is going to bring a voice command/dynamic slash version of Monster Hunter to the new X-Box. Ninja Theory is also pitching Capcom an Onimusha sequel for Wii U/Omni/XBoxNext as a “Ookami with guts”. Ono after looking at Platinum Game’s relationship is investigating a similar deal with Nintendo to publish Darkstalkers 4: Rebirth as a Wii U exclusive since Capcom is still reluctant to finance it. Sengoku Basara will get current and next gen re-releases at the launch of Next Gen systems. Capcom is also working with Splash Damage to make a new IP FPS for next gen consoles. A special edition of Resident Evil 6 called “Final Hope” will be release with bug & gameplay fixes, new sequel sinario DLC with one involving Claire, modes, asymetrical gamepad play, off TV gamepad play and an HD port of Resident Evil: Revelations. The next Resident Evil Operation game is in the works for PS3, 360, Wii U, Vita and Omni called Terrestrial Fear.


— Square Enix: Sleeping Dogs will get an internally made sequel made with an updated engine on Wii U/360/PS3/Vita. Lord of Vermilion for Wii U is planned to use NFC cards. GunSlinger Stratos is planning to come to Wii U and Omni, with the possibility of an XBox Next release.


— Namco-Bandai is working with Sakurai to get a fully working demo at E3 for Smash Bros. Sakurai really took to heart the complaints about the single player game and the online game. He is solving this by making the single player very deep this time done by the Tales series people and is planning to have a Network Beta of the game for download the day of Nintendo’s E3 show. This way they can beta test online for about one year before they ship the game. Star Trek will come out with it’s movie version for Wii U/PS3/360 and have a special version with post movie game content for Omni at launch. Soul Master, a weapon based spin off of the Soul Calibur series for Kinect 2 is being made as well as a special edition of Soul Calibur 5 for Wii U and Omni. Pac-Man VS is planned to be brought over to Wii U eShop and Ouya. Dragon Ball ZENKAI Battle Royale is also looking to being ported over to Wii U and PS3. New IPs are being developers by smaller teams for Wii U, Omni and X-Box Next.


— EA is working with Playground Games with guidance from Chriterion to make an open world racing franchise in the vein of Diddy Kong Racing as their answer to Activision’s Skylanders series. Aimed at older kids and teenagers, NFC enabled cars and performance enhancers will be scannable and will intergrate Origin and social functions like Facebook, Twitter and the like. Will be release on all platforms current (Wii, 360, PS3), handheld (3DS, Vita, iOS NFC, Android NFC, Windows Phone 8) and Next Gen (Wii U, Omni, X-Box Next, Ouya). EA while limiting the budget will also bring Pulse and Battlefield 4 to the Wii U. Three new IPs for Wii U, Omni and X-Box Next are also being developed on.


— Activison has two teams working on Modern Warfare 4 with Infinity Ward making the Omni/Nextbox version a launch title using (or similar tech to) Unreal Engine 4 and  Treyarch working on Wii U/360/PS3/Ouya editions. The Bungie IP will be at E3 2013 even though it won’t release that year and will be hugely ambitious, revealing that the game engine that is so scalable it works on mobile all the way to souped up PCs. It will feature an open world, third person adventure shooting MMO-like game where the players mainly drive and create their own stories, factions and missions with in the game world, a true sand box. This world will be cheap to free to enter and will have it’s building blocks microtranactioned to gain profit.

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Alexander Maier

My name is Alexander and I am a News Editor, Opinion Writer, and Nintendo/Sony Analyst here at Dual Pixels. When I write news articles, I write the news and nothing more. When I write opinion pieces, I share my opinion and try to make you, the reader, think. I have an Xbox 360, PS3, Wii U, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo 3DS, PC, and PlayStation Vita. My favourite genres are RTS, RPG, and Adventure.


  1. 009soulmaster
    November 29, 2012 at 10:31 PM — Reply

    Seems like this is one hell of a E3 coming up next year. sure its a rumor but least it has isint so far fetched.
    Nintendo- Seems like they are really go all out with games. i mean, holy shit. 3d mario, yoshi, kirby, mach rider reboot, smash bros demo, zelda 3ds. geez. too hot to handle
    Sony- glad to see theyre not becoming graphics hogs and are actually trying to give their console a identedy. i wouldnt mind giving theyre console a go if its affordable
    Microsoft- of course. obviously they’d wanna go for having the best tech. so sure its gonna be the best console in terms of best looking shit but then i could just get a PC. ill pass. think nintnedo and sony are actully trying to be creative.

    • amaier1228
      November 29, 2012 at 10:34 PM — Reply

      @009soulmaster Well said. Thanks for reading!

      • 009soulmaster
        November 29, 2012 at 11:09 PM — Reply

        @amaier1228 No problem. So whats your take on the shocking partnership thats being teased at? or do you know but cant tell.

        • amaier1228
          November 29, 2012 at 11:58 PM — Reply

          @009soulmaster I probably won’t know anything for sure for a while. I want to look into it more before I draw an opinion about it

        • Duncan0Idaho
          November 30, 2012 at 6:28 PM — Reply

          @amaier1228   if the metroid rumours are ture nintendo will have my money for the next millenium, as long as other M director is given the same treatment as FF II director i will be happy

  2. FingoQueerington
    November 30, 2012 at 12:47 AM — Reply

    Sounds amazing. I really hope these are real. I’d love all of Nintendo’s games, and the new Sony and Microsoft consoles sound amazing! Just hope I can afford Sony’s new system though.

  3. DBMinny
    November 30, 2012 at 1:36 AM — Reply

    There are many interesting rumors above regarding all hardware and software.  Wish there was some news regarding Ubisoft, as they have really stepped up their game development over the past several years.  I got drawn in to their game “Watch Dogs” last year at E3, and seeing they are using certain aspects mentioned for that game in ZombiU, I feel Watch Dogs has really unique and interesting capabilities.
    I am not sure how I feel on all this playing in 360 degrees.  While on paper is sounds intriguing, I do not think the technology nor the desire from many consumers is there at this point.  The Wii with motion controls and the Xbox with Kinect were fun temporarily, but that fun subsided over the course of their lifespans. The prices for these systems is also a bit interesting as very few of these companies can afford to lose billions on hardware sales like they did with the last gen. They need to make the price point affordable to attract as many consumers as possible that are swayed in many different directions (iPhone, smart phone, tablet, facebook, etc.).

  4. WillRussell2
    November 30, 2012 at 1:04 PM — Reply

    I usually don’t indulge  in rumors but these seem correspond with what we have been seeing the last couple of months. I’m very disappointed that Microsoft is going through with Kinect 2 integration, mainly due to price. It will be interesting to see what devs can do with the tech though. Maybe Halo Wars 2 or Civ 6 with the holo tech, a man can dream (:

    • Cueil
      December 1, 2012 at 4:44 PM — Reply

       the limitation seem to be what has hampered this version of Kinect. I would like to see what some one can do with the ability to motion track individual fingers… also the ability to recognize individual voices. I wonder if you can assign a voice to your profile?

  5. VAStreamMonster
    November 30, 2012 at 7:21 PM — Reply

    Why is Sony going underpowered?  Is it because their stock has been downgraded to “junk” status?

    • Cueil
      December 1, 2012 at 4:42 PM — Reply

       It may be a business decision… it’s not a bad one… the idea of having BC with a add-on is interesting… you save money by not building it in and can make a little extra for those who want it by selling it for 100 bucks or so.

    • iliketowritearticles
      December 2, 2012 at 1:39 AM — Reply

      @VAStreamMonster they have gaikai

    • Cinnamon267
      December 11, 2012 at 1:09 AM — Reply

      @VAStreamMonster Assuming it’s true. All of the hardware stuff, except the biofeedback, it total nonsense.

  6. AlexOquendo
    November 30, 2012 at 7:44 PM — Reply

    all of these exciting rumors, can’t wait for some to be true

  7. CatFlames
    November 30, 2012 at 7:58 PM — Reply

    All rumors out this year about the next SONY console say it will be just a bit  stronger than the WiiU and my guess is that its true. Microsoft will be the one to go to for power when it comes to graphics next gen but! both Nintendo and SONY will have different ways to play that will get people exited and buying these systems asap but hey so will MS so.. ahh the future is exiting xD

    • Cueil
      December 1, 2012 at 4:39 PM — Reply

       Seems right… I wonder if developers can use the Kinect’s PPU for their game if they don’t need the Kinect for the game?

      • CatFlames
        December 1, 2012 at 9:36 PM — Reply

        @Cueil  @CatFlames That idea is very interesting it might be possible.

  8. jamesbanter1
    November 30, 2012 at 9:29 PM — Reply

    Wow.  If true, looks like I’ll be getting a Wii U and then waiting a while on one other, probably Xbox.  Nintendo always has the great 1st party content, but if they start funding some 3rd party exclusives and retain 3rd parties multi-platform games that will be huge.  
    I would bet a Ninja Theory Onimusha game depends on DmC success.  That means I’ll be buying DmC.  
    A Darkstalkers exclusive and access to a SCV update would assure me a Wii-U buy.  
    It will be interesting to see what pans out here for sure.

  9. MKA8
    December 1, 2012 at 12:57 AM — Reply

    “Gakai [Gaitai Spelling Error Fixed]”
    Well you still got the name wrong haha

    • December 1, 2012 at 1:12 AM — Reply

      @MKA8 The magic of autocorrect 😉

  10. blackxino
    December 1, 2012 at 1:07 AM — Reply

    this is too over the top, and unbelievable:/
    some of the details are true and makes sense, but others are just  made up.
    how can one know how powerful NextBox is if we don’t even know how powerful PS ‘Omni’ is? People seem to be forgetting that the more powerful a console is, the more expensive it is to build the console causing the RRP to be bloody expensive. Reason why PS3 was so expensive, very powerful and contains bluray (bargain).
    *Killzone 4? they should kill the franchise man:/
    *Why would Team NINJA want to make DOA5 for PS Omni? I can understand they would make it for Wii U.
    *Why would Capcom risk making another RE Operation sequel when Operation Raccon was a total failure?
    *Why would Microsoft make a Halo Trilogy remake? I can understand then remaking Halo 2 but remaking Halo 3 is senseless, makes no sense at all! (why your rumours are fake)

    • SameerMonier
      December 1, 2012 at 3:47 AM — Reply


    • WhiteRabbitEXE
      December 3, 2012 at 1:13 AM — Reply

      @blackxino * They probably should kill Killzone, but it’s profitable enough and Sony would need a decently popular exclusive to launch with.* Why wouldn’t they make DOA5 it for Omni…?* RE:ORC was only a critical failure. It sold 2 million copies in less than two months, and likely on a low budget at that.*A Halo 3 remake wouldn’t be the most bizarre thing in the world to be honest.Now, I totally agree this is a load of BS, but you definitely picked the worst examples to prove that. >.> If you want to do that, I’d stick with the utterly fanciful Smash Bros. 4 playable at E3 with downloadable beta the same day.

    • Aussie_Legend
      January 20, 2013 at 12:50 PM — Reply

      @blackxino Operation Raccon city was a failure? Are you kidding, that game sold ridiculously well for how utter terrible it was.

  11. SuperTyler3D
    December 2, 2012 at 12:25 AM — Reply

    I don’t see how Sony would be stupid enough to market/bundle a glasses or HUD accessory with its PS4 after witnessing firsthand the failure of the 3D TV market. And I also can’t see how Microsoft would be able to market and sell a projection unit. Something like that isn’t designed for modern American homes; the image would be terrible and/or distorted because of the color and texture of the wall. And if everything in this article is true, that leaves Nintendo as the least gimmicky of the three hardware companies, which would be not only a complete shock but also potentially extremely profitable for Nintendo as droves of hardcore gamers disinterested in gimmicks would be buying Wii Us.

  12. SuperTyler3D
    December 2, 2012 at 12:31 AM — Reply

    Also, two more things: Nintendo has never, EVER released a public beta of a game on the scale of Smash Bros. before, and something like that would be unprecedented for not only Nintendo but also possibly the entire industry. Second, Activision releasing an Ouya version of COD would solidify the Ouya as an actual player in the console market, even though it would be very unlikely and would be very different from the other consoles’ versions. And they may or may not decide to release last-gen ports of Modern Warfare 4 if that game will be a launch title for PS4 and NextBox. I know that Nintendo fought very hard to make sure that BLOPS2 would be available on only the Wii U and not the Wii to encourage a few more hardware sales.

    • WhiteRabbitEXE
      December 3, 2012 at 1:04 AM — Reply

      @SuperTyler3D Entire industry? What about the Halo 3, Halo Reach, and Gears of War 3 public network test betas?

    • Cinnamon267
      December 11, 2012 at 1:08 AM — Reply

      @SuperTyler3D … The scale of Smash Bros.? Planetside 2 dwarfs the scale of a Smash Bros. game and there was a public beta. Betas happen all the time.

  13. Aloan1
    December 2, 2012 at 10:54 PM — Reply

    Just like they did with the Atari flashback, I want an arcades flashback. Something we can hook up to the TV, a console in the likes of Neo Geo, that would be like a Mame emu, but that would also receive fresh new games from many devs, but the games would be in the good old 16 bit fashion and have high scores in them just like in the arcades. 2D in all it’s glory and artistic style. Pixels would have to be limited to a vertical 224 or 240 at the most, while it can vary on the width part: 256, 288, 320 or more – and a good 16 bit synthesizer for the music and sounds. Sort of like a continuation to the arcades, so they can make a comeback, this time to our home’s huge tv. Then you can bet for an awesome new 2D castlevania game and many others

  14. chinhyu
    December 3, 2012 at 3:44 AM — Reply

    I don’t think the new project of sony will be successful. The new equipment will spent a lot of money and nobody knows these dingus will bring how to play, how the game.Third-party vendor need some time to get it,when third-party do something about sony new project at that time , nintendo already have occupation career. Think third-party can handle it? No . New performances need more fabricating cost.By comparison, project of nintendo is practical .sony will fail.

    • WebDes1
      December 3, 2012 at 3:52 PM — Reply

      @chinhyu sony will get my cash based on the fact they care for the core gamer.

  15. ImaduddinSiddiqui
    December 4, 2012 at 9:53 PM — Reply

    If this bs rumor is true, the Wii-U will be my only console next-gen

    • roberthazelawson
      February 7, 2013 at 7:29 AM — Reply

      @ImaduddinSiddiqui At least until the prices drop on what I will assume will be extremely expensive consoles, I am completely with you.

  16. sheridanm962
    December 5, 2012 at 2:56 AM — Reply

    Modern Warfare 4 on the Unreal Engine 4!??
    This is what people have been waiting for! O_O

  17. Cinnamon267
    December 11, 2012 at 1:06 AM — Reply

    Gaikai thing makes sense. To an extent. Although, a dongle with a Cell processor on it? HAHAHA. Dumb. In what dimension would a dongle give adequate bandwidth?The head mounted display thing doesn’t make sense. Be able to view 2k, 4k and IMAX “resolutions”? 4K? no way in hell. Immediately discredits the entire piece. Aren’t Sony’s current HMD’s only 720p? For $900? And they are going to jump up to 4k+ for cheaper? HAHAHAHA. Yeah, right. Like I said, immediately discredits itself. Not even going to touch the stupidity of the IMAX claim. Biofeedback in the controller? Sure. I can believe that. Makes sense to an extent. Nintendo was going to do something with the vitality sensor and Valve had ideas for something similar. “LiveWall” seems…… really ambitious. Ambitious to the point where I don’t believe it. I saw some similar tech in their labs when The Verge went to have a look at some things. But, according to them, it was a decade away. Sounds way too unrealistic. A lot of this does.The games in the works makes sense. But, most of them are just titles. Don’t know anything about them. Most of this seems like ridiculous feature dreaming.

  18. the_runner
    December 16, 2012 at 10:25 PM — Reply


  19. the_runner
    December 16, 2012 at 10:27 PM — Reply

    I am exicited by Nintendo, I will forget the PS2 I mean “DVD player that kill SEGA and almost ruin Nintendo” and start buying SONY products again ,and I do not understand Microsoft.

  20. the_runner
    December 16, 2012 at 10:42 PM — Reply

    I mean Microsoft laugh at the PS3 and is focusing alot on the kinect.
    Thats BS.
    The other idea I have is making the Xbox 360 for casual gamers and the (insert Xbox 360 succesor) for BS hardcore fist person shooter FANBOYS.
    Fact: half of the number of casual gamers is in fact the number of first person hardcore gamers.

  21. theRagingEwok
    December 21, 2012 at 8:07 AM — Reply

    Super excited about Nintendo’s E3 presentation…. DIS GON BE GUD 
    I’m expecting a teaser for SSB, MAAAYBE Metroid and hopefully the HD Zelda game…
    PUMPED! ;D

  22. AntiRetaliation
    January 16, 2013 at 3:52 AM — Reply

    Uhm…. yeah about that xbox “Livewall”…. 

    Looks like this guy knows his stuff…

    • Cinnamon267
      January 16, 2013 at 4:09 PM — Reply

      @AntiRetaliation That thing that Microsoft called a “proof-of-concept system”? Just because they showed a video doesn’t lend to it’s validity. Dude in the article even hints as such. A good amount of what they showed for Kinect was total nonsense. Companies are always super ambitious in promotional videos. That’s the purpose of a promotional video. Don’t stop it from being super, super ambitious.

  23. Aussie_Legend
    January 20, 2013 at 12:54 PM — Reply

    I don’t know, some of these make a lot of sense to me and sound feasible and there are other ones which I highly doubt are true. Pretty well all the game rumors i can definately see happening (a next gen Legacy of Kain game would be utterly fantastic), the hardware stuff is more iffy. The whole ‘make any 3DTV’ approach (potentially) from Sony is an odd one, unless they’ve just accepted the fact that pushing 3D in the traditional sense just isn’t profitable enough anymore and they need to find other avenues to utilise the technology. I think Microsoft having a ‘soft’ launch is pretty well exactly what is going to happen as they’ve been buggering around with that chip set for A LONG TIME and I think they’ve only just got about to sending final dev kits around (they may not even have done that yet). A Modern Warfare 4 OUYA version would be highly entertaining to say the least.
    I would hope some of this is true (honestly I’d like almost all of it to be true), let’s just wait until e3 or possibly earlier to see if some of this stuff is indeed true!

  24. WeezyWe3DS
    January 21, 2013 at 5:51 PM — Reply

    Nintendo Going Haaaaard 2013/14
    I Hope the Mario Game on Wii U Blows us Away more than 64 and Galaxy
    Smash Bros Demo People are going to go Nuts they will forget abot PS A-SBR
    Zelda On 3DS thats going to have 3DS flying off shelfs along with Pokemon X & Y
    Wi U Zelda Trailer fingers cross l0l No one will even remeber what a NeXbox or Playstation what ever it is l0l
    Donkey Kong Land on 3DS Poeple Are going to Go Bananaz for this Game l0l YOshi COme back would like to see that, Fatal Frame Wii U l0l Will see what happens, Whatever Retro is doing hopefully nt MK please be StarFoxU or Metroid4, Monolith Game Man &2 New IPs Holy*** Forget A New System Wii U Is the system if half of this is true Nntendo will just show game after game after game
    And that’s what its About

  25. spiggy
    February 14, 2013 at 1:43 PM — Reply

    Yoshi’s Island, Donkey Kong Land Returns, Mario U by the holiday season have all turned out true. This rumor might actually be true.

  26. […] har en historie omkring udgivelsen af Playstation 4. Deres kilde, som tidligere har afsløret udgivelserne af Castlevania og Kingdom Harts HD collection, fortæller at den kommende Playstation 4 slet ikke kommer til at hedde Playstation 4, men derimod Playstation Omni. […]

  27. rebra
    April 28, 2013 at 2:10 PM — Reply

    Seems accurate but sony-boys should avoid this article otherwise they can be a victim of an heart attack. :)

  28. Satoshi
    April 22, 2014 at 8:36 AM — Reply
  29. June 4, 2014 at 6:03 PM — Reply

    Good info…

  30. jadedoel
    August 16, 2015 at 12:54 AM — Reply

    So that EA open-world racing game was beat to the finish line by Skylanders SuperChargers… Also looks like a few 3rd Party devs pulled out on Wii U.. Or have they simply moved development to the NX? I hope so!

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