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Confirmed: Agent No Longer A PS3 Exclusive

by Ernice Gilbert on June 12th, 2011, under Hot, News, PS3, Sony, Take-Two

During E3, news broke that Agent might no longer be a PS3 exclusive game after an interview with GameTrailers’ Geoff Keighley, and on the latest episode of Bonus Round, he basically confirmed that the game’s no longer a exclusive to the aforementioned console, but would also make its way to Xbox 360.

New Alan Wake Title Hasn’t Been Given The Go-Ahead From Microsoft

Microsoft Studios head Phil Spencer has confirmed to Joystiq that Remedy’s new Alan Wake game hasn’t been approved by the software giant.

Video Thirst: Introducing The inFamous 2 Player Creation Suite – The Full Quencher

by Ernice Gilbert on March 2nd, 2011, under Action, GDC, Hot, News, Sony

Yesterday Sucker Punch said it would reveal a secret its held for 2 years, and late last night the developer kept its promise by unveiling the all new inFamous 2 player creation suite, a new feature allowing gamers to create their own content, complete with tools to do the job.

The full quencher, including video and screens, is past the break.

It Would Seem Final Fantasy Versus XIII Will End Up On Xbox 360 After All

by Ernice Gilbert on October 18th, 2010, under Hot, News, Square-Enix

It’s been a debate that’s brought much contention in the gaming community, especially between PS3 and Xbox 360 owners: should Final Fantasy Versus XIII come over to the Xbox 360? That’s a decision which ultimately has to be made by Square-Enix, and by the look of things, the publisher’s already settled the case.

Final Fantasy Versus XIII might just end up going multiplatform.

Final Fantasy Xbox 360 Confirmed For Japan

by Ernice Gilbert on September 8th, 2010, under Hot, News, Square-Enix

Following some reports hinting to the the arrival of Final Fantasy XIII Xbox 360 in Japan, Square-Enix has come out with solid confirmation.

EA: Going Multiplatform Is A “Risk” For Insomniac

by Ernice Gilbert on September 6th, 2010, under EA, EA Partners, Hot, Insomniac Games, News

A few months ago, big news hit the internet concerning legendary developer Insomniac Games. The studio had just signed a deal with EA Partners to develop an Epic that would be released on the PS3 and Xbox 360, with EA doing the founding and publishing.

Although boss of EA Partners David DeMartini sees this as a good thing, the exec concluded Insomniac Games’ still taking a “risk”.

Mass Effect PS3 Announcement Coming Tomorrow?

by Ernice Gilbert on August 16th, 2010, under Bioware, EA, Hot, News

Thought the Mass Effect rumors had went away once and for all? They’re back again. And this time, the rumor claims the popular game will be announced for the PS3 at Gamescom….. tomorrow.

Rumors, Rumors: Naughty Dog’s Going Multiplatform, Naughty Dog Says: “What”?

by Ernice Gilbert on August 4th, 2010, under Naughty Dog, News

You know gaming’s web could get a bit tiresome sometimes. Unsubstantiated rumors run wild, talk about who said this and who did what are commonplace in this world.

Here’s another to crack you up somewhat.

If It’s Multiplatform, It Sells Better On The Xbox 360

by Ernice Gilbert on July 2nd, 2010, under Microsoft, News

I’m not baiting fanboys here; we don’t allow that sort of drizzle here on GamesThirst. Fact is fact, though. Hit the link, another article is at your finger tips, literally.

For EA, Insomniac Deal Is The Best Ever, Will Broaden The Studio’s Reach

EA has told CVG that it’s confident the Insomniac’s first multiplatform title will equal the success the developer has experienced with its PS3 exclusive releases.

EA Partners head David DeMartini said with the new partnership between the two, “twice as many gamers” will have the chance to experience Insomniac’s work.

Is Sucker Punch Next To Embrace Xbox 360?

by Ernice Gilbert on May 26th, 2010, under Article

Things are happening quickly in this industry and competition is becoming stiff. Games are becoming more expensive to develop and independent studios, big and small are looking for partners to help fund their “big” projects while retaining the Intellectual Property and at the same time reach a wider audience.

Video Thirst: Ted Price, Founder Of Insomniac Games Releases Message To Fans

Ted price, founder of Insomniac Games just released an important message to their fans.

Sony Responds To EA/Insomniac Deal: More PS3 Exclusives In The Near Future From Insomniac

Minutes after the deal between EA and Insomniac Games was made public, Sony releases a response: The relationship between it and Insomniac will continue to flourish with more exclusives soon to be unveiled.

Big News: Insomniac Goes Multiplatform

Insomniac Games, a studio best known for developing games for Sony’s PlayStation brand has just inked a deal with EA Partners to create a franchise for both PS3 and Xbox 360.

This is after 16 years of making games only for PlayStation; from Spyro the Dragon, Ratchet and Clank and also the Resistance franchise.

The game will include a ‘brand new universe’ from Insomniac, and both EA and Ted Price are pleased with the deal.

Yoichi Wada Clarifies Himself Concerning Versus XIII Controversy

by Ernice Gilbert on May 18th, 2010, under News, Square-Enix

Earlier today at a Square-Enix investors meeting, the company’s president, Yoichi Wada was asked whether the PS3 exclusive, Final Fantasy Versus XIII should also be released on the Xbox 360. He’s response left many a PS3 fan perturbed: