“For 2013, we’ve scaled back the extravagance of last year’s record-breaking 44 awards categories, and have moved away from the awards-show style presentation, where we list nominees and then reveal a winner. This year, we’re highlighting our top choices in each of 24 categories, many of which combine previous award categories into larger, more encompassing ones, with a focus on the big picture for each of the games considered.”
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This past Friday, I hosted a seven-hour long livestream focused on the brand-new PlayStation 4 as a special edition of GamerNode’s Co-Op Node, which I regularly host every Tuesday night from 7-10 PM EST. During this stream, I played some Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, Resogun, and FIFA 14 in addition to showing off the console’s interface and software.
Following the stream, I made sure to archive this first of what will surely be several PlayStation 4-centered episodes of Co-Op Node. You can find it, split into two parts, through the links below.
Part 1 (Hours 1-5)
Part 2 (Hours 5-7)
“The new Xbox is titled, shockingly, Xbox One. Revealed during today’s Xbox Reveal event at the Microsoft campus in Redmond, Washington.
Xbox One will be an all-in-one entertainment device. Using the new Kinect 2.0 voice commands, users can make a simple statement such as “Xbox TV” to watch television straight from the Xbox One. This will also work with the Internet, music, and more.”
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