Recently released for Xbox One and Windows PC, Quantum Break combines a video game and a live-action television series to create an entirely new way to advertise Microsoft Surface Tablets and Windows Phones.
For Microsoft, the E3 2011 recipe read much like E3 2010’s – Kinect, and lots of it. The head of Microsoft’s Game Studios noted the company’s focus on the device and said at some time in the future, all first-party games from the Xbox 360 maker will include Kinect support.
Online gaming company Nexon takes its first steps into the console world, teaming up with Microsoft Games Studio to bring 2D MMO Dungeon Fighter Online to Xbox Live Arcade later this year. Can a console MapleStory be far behind?