Videogames highlights – September 2013

In Depth - A merciless lens pointed on the hot topics, passionate and detailed retrospectives, reflections beyond the appearances The last months of 2013 look to be especially important as for the video game market evolution. The entire industry is in turmoil and not just for the upcoming debut of the new-generation home consoles, considering that “small” digital-only games sell 1 million copies while triple-A projects are split between the ones that (very relatively) flop or those breaking unprecedented sales records. Suddenly on-line services like the Diablo III Auction House aren’t the future of the universe anymore (to some degree), the PC gaming hardware is at the center of anyone’s interests and Half-Life 3 returns to be a game in development rather than a myth of the ancient Greek. Nay, Half-Life 3 is a lie (like the cake) and Valve is more interested in making hardware, software and controllers for the universe’s most stupid task: playing PC games on the couch. I’m crying.

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