Confirmed: The Game Industry's Biggest, Most Shocking E3 Rumors (?)

Bitmob's Dan "Shoe" Hsu explores the power of the question mark and hyperbole prevalent in the gaming industry's biggest headlines.

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qface642686d ago

4DS? psp go 3?
just from that alone already making no sense

Bobbykotickrulesz2686d ago (Edited 2686d ago )

A confirmed rumor?


OneSneakyMofo2686d ago

Hmmm, makes me wonder what an unconfirmed rumor is.

qface642686d ago

this story was much much more different earlier

Nitrowolf22686d ago

"These rumors and headlines are going to make us rich! Inside: 4DS, PSP Go 3, PlayStation 4, Star Fox for Wii HD, and more"

wtf kind of description is that

Shadow Flare2686d ago

"These rumors and headlines are going to make us rich!"

Yeah, i know. What a stupid description. I didn't even waste my time reading this garbage. I sort of made that decision when i saw the word E3 in conjunction with PlayStation 4, PSP Go 3 and 4DS. Stupid article, with no info, looking for hits before E3.....trying to get rich......move along

xskipperx822686d ago

what is this? I don't even...

Tony-A2686d ago (Edited 2686d ago )

If this was an attempt at humor, they probably failed.

EDIT: Don't get me wrong. I read it. I understood it. I know what they're trying to say. What I'm confused about is whether it was trying to be funny about it. Judging by the drawing, I'd say they were. And it kinda failed. That's what I'm saying.

lpfisher2686d ago

None of you read the damn article. The piece is about the half-assed journalism that takes place this time of year, how people will take one little piece of speculation and turn it into a shitstorm of lies...

Try to be civil, if you can.

blu_yu_away2686d ago

This is N4G. Civility has never existed within these borders.

DarthJay2686d ago

The irony of bitching about journalism and writing that piece is astounding. It's a typical "waaaah no one is looking at me" piece. It is the type of article that floats around at the bottom of the barrel right with the type of article it complains about. No references, anonymous sources, little credibility. And I get the purpose of the "anonymous sources," but the argument can be made that they were just as likely to make that up as any other headline they criticize. Not saying they did, but I could call the guy taking out the trash at Activision an industry source if I really wanted to. The writer wants to call people out without naming names. It's tough to take that seriously.

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