Submitted by LobbycastGeoff 1739d ago | podcast

The PGL Lobbycast: Episode 66

On Episode 66, Sam, Geoff and special guest Jordan discuss the Hobbit Holdup, Microsoft looking to make a big Wave and what terrible parents buy for their kids. JAxel and Jon Liu join in via the Ustream chat channel and cheer the hosts through The Weekly Whatchas and The Indie Game Roundup. (Alan Wake, Call of Duty: World at War, Industry, Insomniac Games, Microsoft, Project Natal, PS3, Red Dead Redemption, Rockstar Games, Sony Computer Entertainment, Xbox 360)

Cat  +   1739d ago
In the brief discussion about Insomniac you mention the ease of a PC->360 port (which i'm guessing you used as an arbitrary example). Insomniac is historically anti-port, and I think their statements thus far are consistent on that point - the new IP will be a game developed for each system respectively, not on one first and ported over. Curiosity: has anything to the contrary been stated by Insomniac?
LobbycastGeoff  +   1739d ago
Exactly right, just an arbitrary example. I was speaking more to the relative ease of porting to the 360 from PC development tools than porting from PS3 to 360. Ports from console to console rarely ever turn out that good!

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