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Here’s how much I loved Flashback: The Quest for Identity: when a clearly unsanctioned version of the classic sci-fi platformer surfaced on the iTunes App Store a few years ago, I knew better than to buy it. But I did anyway. I think the janky code successfully ran only once. It wasn’t enough to rekindle my memories of the Genesis game.
Ubisoft has revealed a trailer for a “re-imagining” of the 1992 cinematic platformer, Flashback. The game is coming soon, according to the trailer itself, to the PS3 and Xbox 360.
Yesterday, former Epic Games designer and Dead Space aficionado Cliff Bleszinski was quoted by GamesIndustry International about what he perceived as the worst turmoil the industry’s experienced since the eighties. The situation was so bad, he suggested, that even Nintendo might throw in the towel and go software-only, like Sega did after the Dreamcast’s meager performance.
As you might have heard, Sony is (most likely) officially announcing the next PlayStation tomorrow. This isn’t the first console reveal Sony has done though. Let’s think back to those times. What information was Sony willing to part with during its very first reveals for its other big consoles? It might give us some insight into what we first details we might learn about the PS4.
We don’t know every last thing about the new Xbox. Some leaked details, for the most part, sprinkled with a liberal helping of rumours. While we wait for new bits and pieces to be revealed, why not reminisce a bit? Let’s have a look at how the very first Xbox, turning 12 years old this year, was received.
Today, we have Nintendo, Microsoft and Sony vying for control of the console market. But there was a time when Sega was also a contender. Its last home console, the Dreamcast, is still getting games (sort of) despite being 14 years old. But what was it about the Dreamcast that inspired such devotion? Let’s take a look.