During AMD’s 2016 Investor Day, the company disclosed its growth strategy. Many of the focal points are in motion already, or even public. For example, AMD sealed the deal with THATIC, Chinese government owned investment fund – which will see their x86 processors enter Chinese enterprise and government sectors in a big way. Second part of the strategy was to finally become a fabless semiconductor, with all the risks and rewards involved with that move. The company spun off its packaging facility, making a total cash intake in excess of $664 million – plus all the unannounced grants that the company is bidding for. Still, perhaps one of the biggest future announcement
PlayStation Japan introduces the first batch of screenshots for the new JRPG set in the landmark Shin Megami Tensei series.
VR World chats with Satoshi Matsuoka to understand what is going on in the HPC space land of the rising sun.
It’s a little early for “shut up and take my money”, don’t you think?
Nintendo sheds light on Monolith Soft’s masterful J-RPG successor, revealing arts, combos, classes and more.
Vaio finally reveals even more tidbits about its upcoming hybrid 2-in-1. But would you want one?
Following a successful Kickstarter campaign, Wizcorp, a Tokyo based company that specializes in mobile social games has hit the gold version of their Striker Arena game.
Pokken Tournament shows off some chaotic Pokemon-on-Pokemon action in brand new gameplay footage.
Monolith Soft lays on the hype with a smorgasboard of new tantalizing screenshots, videos and info on one of 2015’s most anticipated RPG’s.
Tekken 7’s opening cinematic scene has been released, showing Kazuya and Heihachi facing off in a final showdown of chaotic power.
Take your heart.
Spoilers: it’s amazing.
Nintendo has released a new 25-minute block of glorious Xenoblade Chronicles X footage that is sure to tantalize and raise your hype factor for the Wii U exclusive a thousandfold. As revealed by the developers at Monolith Soft, Xenoblade Chronicles X isn’t a direct sequel to its Wii predecessor, but rather a “spiritual successor” to Xenoblade Chronicles, and that the two games are unrelated in a direct way. New info has also come to light regarding the game’s online component, which Monolith Software’s Tetsuya Takahashi describes as a “loosely connected” experience. Xenoblade Chronicle X‘s online features won’t be as dynamic as a traditional MMO, but despite the “feeling
Taiwanese and Japanese telecom companies are interested in buying Ting Hsin’s stakes of Taiwan Star.
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Capcom is bringing Dragon’s Dogma to the online free-to-play realm, but it won’t be coming to the West.
The chip tunes of the Famicon era get a rebirth with the Retro-Active Experience.
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