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It’s Easier To Bring A New-Gen Game To 360 Than PS3, Ubisoft Says:

Nathan from Kotaku made an article about this. Ubisoft seems to *love* more 360 than PS3. They just want to focus on Xbox-360 because they consider that the console is the *chosen* one which is closer to a next-gen.

If their goal was to start a fanboy wars, so far so good. Though i don’t agree with Ubisoft statements, well..what you think?.

To quote:

Today Ubisoft announced that country-sized racer The Crew will be coming to Xbox 360 in addition to Xbox One and PlayStation 4. PlayStation 3, however, has been left sputtering at the starting line. Fans aren’t pleased, but Ubisoft claims it’s much easier this way.

While Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 are roughly comparable in terms of power, PS3—at least in this case—is much tougher to develop for. Ubisoft, then, has decided to take the faster (and possibly more furious) route by focusing on a machine more attuned to The Crew‘s technical demands.

A Ubisoft rep explained to Kotaku:

“The Crew was originally built for the new generation of consoles, so when we made the decision to port it to the previous generation, we decided to focus solely on the platform closest to the new-gen’s technical infrastructure, which is the Xbox 360.”

“We are not currently working on a version for PS3 and are focused on delivering The Crew for Xbox One, PS4, PC and Xbox 360 simultaneously on November 11th.”

Source = Kotaku

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[Rumour] PS Orbis – More Details Emerge

A few days we posted here, regarding information Kotaku had received concerning the PlayStation 4, since then gaming website IGN have revived some information regarding the PS4 or PS Orbis, here are a few of the details:

The PlayStation 4, reportedly codenamed Orbis, may utilize custom chips based on AMD’s A8-3850 APU and Radeon HD 7670 GPU, sources have told IGN, offering the combined performance of both integrated and discrete graphics processors.

According to the official product specs, the A8-3850 packs a quad-core 2.9GHz processor with an integrated graphics chip. The APU will work in tandem with the system’s dedicated GPU, the HD 7670, a DirectX 11-enabled card clocked to 1GHz with up to 1GB of dedicated VRAM.

Source IGN

Remember, this is all rumour and has yet to be confirmed or denied by Sony.