- Category: Bronson Rants
- Written by Bronson Fiori
With Konami and the outrage over their decisions on Metal Gear Solid and Silent Hills, Bronson explained the business of Konami, which extends far broader than video games.
Last year, with the popular support and the big advantage, Sony could have blown away all the other announcements made by Microsoft and Nintendo. Instead, it was a good show with some major problems. This year, Bronson goes into depth what he thinks Sony should do this year to “win” E3 2015.
Iffy news, Bronson caught a nasty cold, which caused his voice to weaken. And yet, here is what he thinks needs to happen at Microsoft’s E3 press conference for them to “win” E3 this year.
With E3 2015 just a month away, it is time to put on our gaming analyst hats and decide what it will take for game companies to "win" E3 2015. This week, Bronson discusses what Nintendo needs to do (and shouldn't do) to make their E3 showing awesome.
With the release of Mortal Kombat X, there have been some heated annoyances regarding the way of handling DLC. The problems with the abuse of DLC has been going on for some time, so how about a rant on bad DLC in games?
No, indie games are not going to give the AAA gaming industry a slow and agonizing death. However, with the middle-tier of games slowly falling out of favor and indie games offering near-full game experiences at a lower development and purchasing cost, they may become the bulk of the gaming industry.
The PlayStation Portable is now ten years old. Despite the Nintendo DS’s overwhelming dominance, the PlayStation Portable actually sold in very healthy numbers, a vast contrast to the current PlayStation Vita’s predicament. What did the PlayStation Portable do right as Sony’s first portable PlayStation?
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