Ubisoft is finally ditching the PS3 and Xbox 360.
Glad to hear it EA you should be doing the same! When they stop making last gen sports games, then i will be confident they have turned their back on last gen.
They pretty much said the same thing, it's almost over. http://www.gamezone.com/new... Sorry last geners.
It's been long enough, no need to be sorry.
EA is going to keep making last gen sports games for a long time. Hell FIFA 14 was on the PS2. I wouldn't be surprise if EA is making last gen sport games in 2025.
Great news. no limitations of any kind its just pure current gen goodness.
Hopefully a Far Cry 5 with no limitations!
Far Cry 4 was still pretty impressive despite it's limitations... @chrish1990 I guess you right, that what if would always be eating away at you. That's why the prospect that they are now cutting off last generation excites me for future games.
Agreed, but all the time I played it I couldn't help thinking "what if"
I agree and it's about time. Last generation was great but now let's fully embrace this generation with new technology that'll push the boundaries of our games.
Umm do they realize they can still make PS3 and 360 games without them being cross gen. Make last gen only games, there's a ton of them out there.
It's just time to move on from them. There are also a ton of next gen consoles to make games on without the limitations of the last gen. There will more than likely be plenty of indie games and smaller games that will come out on them.
i meant make last gen ALONG with next gen. like Assassins Rouge and Unity. I just say that cuz i feel bad that last gen uses get left in the dust so quickly. just sayin'
They've had nearly 10 years of great games. If a person can't get a next gen console there are plenty of cheap games that people probably missed. The last gen had a longer time of quality titles than most gens before this.
Companies spend millions of dallors doing PR work just to see if games would be worth releasing on last gen systems n it must show that there is no money to be made doing it or they would not stop making games for last gen
yes and more delays than ever. Look the division, 2-3 times it has been delayed
Was it ever given a release date/time frame
Someone left out Wii U. Anyone else notice?
It's effectively considered one of the last gen consoles, which is why they left it out.
I guess that would make sense. Isn't Nintendo already talking about a new platform? I bet we'll hear something at E3. It would suck to only have a Wii U right now, if other companies follow this trend.
I am flabbergasted that you made your point concerning the Wii U with one sentence ;)
Nintendo just confirmed that they won't comment anything related to NX. That's for 2016.
Well I don't mean to sound like asshole but I think is time these last gen gamers start saving they money for a PS4X1, ima tell these last gen gamers just like I told my ex GF is time to move on
Good news. Now if Activision, EA and Take Two follow suit.
Best decision ever IMO ;)
Good. We get more visual effects now by leaving last gen behind.
I think we'll get better all around games without last cross gen games, and as a bonus developers won't have to scale back their game engines as much to accommodate the last gen machines! We would be effectively be moving foward developmental wise.
Thank god, everyone needs to move on from last generation.
Guess Wii U OS once again left on out in the cold
So it's not because the PS3/360 can't handle your games, you just stop supporting them. Makes sense.[/sarcasm]
I expected it to happen sooner than this. But It's time they focus on current gen and leave the last gen behind.
Wonder if that means Rouge is a step closer to getting released on current gen.
Woah, don't be hasty. Any games that the systems can handle should be targeted. If Child of Light 2 can work on older systems, then they should release it for them, for example. I understand AAAs though.
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