Overkill's The Walking Dead Pulled From Steam
However, Forbes claims that the Walking Dead creators pulled the game because it didn't meet their quality standards. Starbreeze filed for "reconstruction" (which appears to be a euphemism for bankruptcy) in December last year, and pulling one of their big releases from Steam certainly won't help their financial situation.
Activision and EA CEOs Appear on List of "Most Overpaid" in the US
Non-profit foundation As You Sow has published its latest report of the 100 most overpaid CEOs, and Activision's Bobby Kotick and EA's Andrew Wilson made the list. Kotick is in the 45th spot with a pay of $28,698,375, which is "306 times more than his average employee." PC Gamer points out Activision "recently celebrated record profits while laying off hundreds." Wilson earned "$35,728,764, which is 371 times more than his average employee."
Xbox "Scarlett" Could Outsell the PlayStation 5 Because of This Special Feature
Could Microsoft make a comeback?
The PS5 and Xbox Scarlett devices are expected to bring their own secret weapon to the ring. Rumors about the PS5’s chipset and a recent patent suggest Sony’s new release could pack game-changing virtual reality features. Meanwhile, two anticipated Xbox Scarlett models will reportedly leverage Microsoft’s upcoming xCloud streaming service to let gamers play any title — no downloads necessary — and take their favorite games beyond the console, to their Android mobile phones and other devices.
New footage emerges of most notorious Street Fighter moment in history
If you’ve only ever seen one piece of footage of competitive video gaming, there’s a good chance it’s this one: the “Daigo Parry” or “Evo Moment #37,” taken from Daigo Umehara’s Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike semi-final match against Justin Wong at Evo 2004. A legitimate feat of manual dexterity and timing that makes Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice look like Spyro the Dragon, Daigo’s incredible fifteen-parry comeback with just a pixel of health left drove the crowd wild.