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The second issue is about trust in the company - and more specifically how a firm with as many smart people as Nvidia could have miscommunicated the GTX 970 specs. Addressing the issue, Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang (pictured above) posted this message on the company blog.
Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate barely cracks the top 10.
Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate sold more than 290,000 combined physical and digital units and is now the fastest-selling Monster Hunter title – across all platforms – in U.S. history. In addition, the game has the highest Metascore of any Monster Hunter title and is also Capcom’s fastest-selling title on the Nintendo 3DS platform in U.S. history.
Kudo further clarified in the following video that he'll be leading "a bunch of new Xbox teams" that include Rare...
EA made those studios.
Maxis (SimCity) - Purchased by EA in 1997; shut down in 2015. [Though EA says the "Maxis" brand will live on, the main studio is officially no more.]
Mythic (Dark Age of Camelot) - Purchased by EA in 2006; shut down in 2014.
Bullfrog (Syndicate, Dungeon Keeper) - Purchased by EA in 1995; shut down in 2001.
Origin (Ultima, Wing Commander) - Purchased by EA in 1992; shut down in 2004.
Westwood (Command & Conquer) - Purchased by EA in 1998; shut down in 2003.
DreamWorks Interactive/Danger Close/EA Los Angeles (Medal of Honor) - Purchased by EA in 2000; shut down in 2013.
Phenomic (SpellForce, BattleForge) - Purchased by EA in 2006; shut down in 2013.
Black Box Games (Need for Speed, Skate) - Purchased by EA in 2002; shut down in 2013.
Pandemic (The Saboteur) - Purchased by EA in 2008; shut down in 2009.
PlayFish (The Sims Social) - Purchased by EA in 2009; shut down in 2013.
NuFX (NBA Street) - Purchased by EA in 2004; shut down in 2007.
Pre-order the game now and you'll get a Magnum Opus car body named The Ripper - it comes with a beefy V8 engine, off-road tires and ramming grill.
they'll justify their choice in any way by saying they've purchased it for what they see as their biggest strength when nine times out of ten it's just brand loyalty.
In the meantime, perhaps the biggest takeaway from the survey data is that it's the Wii U owners that are having the most fun from their gaming hardware...