Montreal. Canada (PRWEB) July 25, 2013
DebitWay's Corporate Blog has summarized the popular gaming industry related news that people who were absent at San Diego Comic Con (SDCC) might have missed. The SDCC, a yearly happening, is where games, entertainment, Hollywood and Comics come together, and every year fans of these genres gather in San Diego from around the world to attend. For those gaming fans that could not make it, DebitWay has scoured the internet to bring all the news that would interest them in a two part series.
DebitWay’s first blog covered gaming events like Halo 4’s “Building Halo Worlds and Wonders, Past, Present and Future” panel, the first time that the PS4 was publicly playable and one of the games made available for that, the Octodad and Wired Magazine’s giant,9.5 foot, 400 pound motion controlled robot.
The second post concentrated on the Lego Marvel Super Heroes game, as well as the gameplay and trailer for it. The post details the characters used in the new game which will be available by fall this year for Xbox, Xbox 360, PS3, PS4 and the Wii U, the storyline as well as some elements of surprises planted within the game. The blog post also spoke about Assassin’s Creed announcement of considering a present age version, as well as a Japanese Feudal age version. Another game related news came from World of Warcraft, which revealed the teaser for their upcoming movie. Finally, Xbox One also made an important feature about the new console public. The blog, reporting from Eurogamer‘s article, mentions that Xbox has announced that their console will record the last five minutes of gameplay while Sony’s PS4 will record 7 minutes.
DebitWay, in an endeavour to bring its readers the newest and best in the gaming industry, has always kept an eye out for events like SDCC. Rod Tomita, Director of Business Development at DebitWay, said, “We might be in Montreal, but we like to have a finger on the pulse of the Industry. While the biggest reason we do this is because we are all gaming addicts, the other significant reason is that it is our understanding of the industry that makes our knowledge so precious for our gaming partners. Our knowledge about the industry helps in making their products succeed.”
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