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on our upcoming fantastic review before ordering the zombie thriller, be sure to visit the cave when you jump in! Dying Light is available on RS Gold PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Could Ouya Find New Life Thanks to Set-Top Box Deal?. It looked like the Ouya was going to change everything. Back in 2012, the promise of a cheap, Android-powered console won the hearts and minds of gamers everywhere, and over 60,000 backers flocked to Julie Uhrman and Yves Behar's Kickstarter campaign. The Ouya blew through Kickstarter records, becoming- the fastest project to reach $1 million (it took a little over eight hours), and eventually netting over $8.5 million in funding.Then the console came out. Early reviews panned the Ouya's cheap controller and lackluster game selection, which mostly recycled titles from the Android mobile marketplace. The final product was a little better, but not by much; while the hardware itself worked just fine, a console lives and dies based on its game library. Ultimately, Ouya didn't really have one. Despite Ouya's claim that the console had over 16,000 registered developers, a killer app never materialized, and publishers ultimately lost interestThat's left the Ouya in a strange place, market-wise and the company seems to be floundering. About a year ago, Uhrman announced the Ouya Everywhere initiative, which focused on the

 

in China for fourteen years; the ban was lifted only recently, in January 2014. Since then, companies have flocked to the country, which is quickly to RS 2007 Gold emerging as one of the world's biggest gaming markets. Alibaba hopes to capitalize on this trend. While Alibaba makes its own set-top boxes (including the recently released Tmall Box 2), its gaming selection is limited. Alibaba executives are hoping that, by using Ouya's games, they can make the set-top boxes more appealing to Chinese consumers, driving sales of both the devices and other digital media like movies and television shows.Yes, it's ironic that the Ouya's game library, which doomed the console in the west, might ultimately be the company's savior, and yes, it's a shame that Ouya's promise of a budget-priced indie-focused console never fully materialized. Ultimately, however, Ouya now has the unique opportunity to convert millions of potential customers into dedicated, passionate gamers. Expanding the audience? That's good for everyone. The Wall Street Journal EA Will Give 'Star Wars: Battlefront' A Battlefield-Sized Marketing Campaign. The Star Wars story is one of the most well known in the world. It’s no wonder that Disney was willing to pay an incredible $4 billion for the acquisition of LucasFilm, and the rights to the franchise, in 2012. The mouse-focused media monster then licensed the

 

rights to make video games based on Star Wars out to publishing powerhouse EA. The multiple title deal saw EA pick up exclusivity for ten years, although Disney retained the right to outsource mobile titles based on the sci-fi universe.EA took no time in getting to work. In 2013 EA revealed that developer DICE, famous for its work on the first-person shooter series Battlefield, would be creating a new Star Wars: Battlefront game. The Battlefront titles were amongst the most-loved Star Wars video games, and immediately anticipation went through the roof. DICE has since teased that the relaunch of the Battlefront series will bring players to a number of iconic Star Wars locations akin to the original games, including the battle of Hoth.Now, it looks as though there is going to be more hype in store. EA has revealed that over the coming months, the marketing campaign for DICE’s Star Wars: Battlefront is going to get bigger and bigger, with more details Ouya operating system instead of the hardware. More recently, rumors started that Ouya executives were raising the white flag and hoping for a complete buy-out.That's where Alibaba comes in. Alibaba, a Chinese-based e-commerce company, recently started making in-roads in the American software industry, buying significant portions of Tango, a mobile-messaging app, and Kabam, a mobile game publisher.

 

coming soon. The game itself is set to be released this Christmas. According to Gamespot, the campaign was announced by EA CFO Blake Jorgensen during this week’s Electronic Arts earnings call.EA are, of course, is not stranger to large marketing campaigns. The publisher is one of the largest in the industry and puts a great deal of monetary power behind the promotion of its larger titles. Dead Space 2 had a memorable – if controversial – campaign that involved commercials showing moms gameplay footage, filming their reactions to the carnage on show. Meanwhile, heavyweights like Battlefield are always tied to huge marketing strategies.The Battlefield comparison is one that Blake Jorgensen was happy to point out. “We think there’s huge potential for the title,” said Jorgensen at the EA earnings call this week. Jorgensen added that there would be “very large activity” in terms of promotion for the title, stating that the campaign will be “similar to how we’ve though about Battlefields Add Ouya to that list. Alibaba recently invested $10 million in the console-producer, with the goal of using Ouya's software library to make a play in the Chinese gaming market.Game consoles were illegal to http://www.rsgole.com/

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