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Submitted by -Mezzo- 1399d ago | news

Ken Levine 'not aching for next-gen consoles', 'there's lots of juice left'

CVG - BioShock creator Ken Levine says he's "not aching" for the next-generation of consoles, because current titles "don't look old to me". (Ken Levine, Next-Gen)

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Trainz  +   1400d ago
There is juice left for people like him who have only made 1 damn game this gen.
But others have reached its limits (uncharted 3) and would like to push further.
Besides he told other dev's to go f*ck themselves so f*ck him.
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wicko  +   1399d ago
Just because current games don't look old doesn't mean additional memory/speed wouldn't be useful.
morgob   1398d ago | Spam

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