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Jeff Strain: First of all, it costs us far less to operate Guild Wars than a traditional MMO. The technology team behind our server technology is the team that built the original Battle.net. At that time, there was no broadband, so the whole thing was built around 28.8 modem assumptions - so we learned a tremendous amount about latency masking and bandwidth optimisation. When we built the core network technology behind Arena.net, of which Guild Wars is one game that uses that technology, it was really designed with those principles in mind. Even though we knew that broadband was growing and that most people would have it, we wanted to make a game that was very bandwidth-light, because we knew from the beginning that we were not going to charge a subscription fee, and that - bandwidth - is one of your primary operating costs. Obviously you pay for the server infrastructure up front, but your ongoing cost is bandwidth, and we use substantially less bandwidth than almost any online game out there. So, right up front, we've cut our support cost that way.
We certainly want to make that easy and viable for people to do. I think that there are two groups of players; there are those who see all the value of what they purchase in the bits that they get access to, but there are still a lot of people who really want to pay for physical goods, and who are uncomfortable paying for something and not having a physical representation of it in their hands. So we will always very strongly support our retail and distribution partners by having exceptionally high quality products on the shelf in terms of the packaging, the materials, collectors' editions, CDs, posters... Things you can actually get your hands on.
But for those players who are comfortable with direct downloading, then certainly, we'll support them directly. It's especially easy with Guild Wars, because of our streaming technology. It's true that we use that to update the world and run the live aspects of the game, but also, one of the things that's kinda cool is that most people don't realise that they have Factions right now on their hard drives. We did a Factions preview event last month, and we're doing another at the end of March, on March 24th. The way we do that is that we essentially stream down the entirety of the game to people; but we disable those parts of it that we don't want them to access right now on the server, so all the new missions are there on people's drives, but nobody can actually play them.
Yeah - the lead designer, James Phinney, who was also the lead designer of Starcraft. He arbitrates both and makes sure that no team is doing something that screws over the other one, or fundamentally violates the core mechanics of the game. He stays on top of that.
We're watching this generation of consoles very closely. Obviously, there are a lot of console players who don't play PC games. For us, there are two issues. One is that from a technology standpoint, consoles are all about going to a store, buying a disc, putting it in and playing it - and that content is static. All of what I've talked about regarding the streaming technology, how we constantly update the game and things can change from winter to summer, and that we're using it as a publishing platform too; none of that is possible on a console. We're glad to see that a hard drive is an option for the Xbox 360, because that goes a long way towards helping us treat it that way - but it's still an option, and it wasn't built into all the systems. It's unknown whether the PS3 is even going to have that or not.
It is - but by the same token, they gain a lot from it too. Their business model is built on taking a licensing fee for each copy sold - and the Guild Wars model is still very much based on selling new things, twice a year in fact. I think it's probably easier with us than it is with the subscription model, where what you buy at the store is really not even a factor, it's that ongoing monthly revenue stream that's really at issue.
But yes, not to shy away from your question, it is asking a lot - but right now, on PC, we've got a multi-million customer base, we have fantastic direct relationships with them, and we're not highly incentivised to go and give that up. So it's definitely going to have to be a meet in the middle kind of thing.
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Publisher: Capcom Developer: Capcom Genre: Action Release Date: TBA 2012 Consoles: Xbox 360, Playstation 3 Details: Capcom revealed the new service Resident Evil.net, a player tracking system that allows gamers to check their own statistics (such as play time, high scores, etc.) as well as those of their friends. The purpose is to create a competitive environment similar to the Leaderboard system implemented in most single-player games. The technique has been used by numerous other developers, such as Bioware (Mass Effect), although the purpose there was to see gamer preferences for upcoming sequels (a purpose this system will likely serve as well). However, unlike previous stat-collection systems found inside games such as Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, this method is far more detailed, highlighting everything from play time to weapon preference. The service will also serve as a real-time information hub, allowing players to see who is closing in on their score, friends that are available for play and even community events.
Publisher: Konami Developer: PlatinumGames Genre: Action Release Date: February 19, 2013 Consoles: Playstation 3, Xbox 360, PC Details: Developed by the studio that brought gamers Bayonetta, the latest in the Metal Gear franchise sees players assuming the role of Raiden, the oft-criticized protagonist of Metal Gear 2. Also, while fans of the franchise commonly stand by the stealth elements as the best feature of the franchise, this will be a hack-and-slash game (a genre where your only objectives are to, surprisingly, hack and slash). The game is likely set to be one of the spin-offs of a big franchise that no one cares about but Bayonetta was well-received so if fans can be okay with such drastic changes, they may yet find something they like.
Publisher: Ubisoft Developer: Ubisoft Genre: Party Release Date: TBA Consoles: Wii U Details: While the gameplay and, quite frankly, even the humor is getting pretty stale at this point, there is always another Rabbids game on the way. This time, the party franchise takes things another step further, with the trailer showing interaction with both the Wii Remote and the Wii U Controller simultaneously. As always, this is not an award-worthy game but rather one you play with friends; friends who are comfortable laughing at jokes about defecation.
Publisher: Ubisoft Developer: Ubisoft Montpellier Genre: Platformer Release Date: TBA Consoles: Wii U Details: The only Wii U exclusive that many fans are excited about, Legends takes gamers back to the days of yore, when gaming was meant to be so difficult you pulled your hair out. After his short-lived stint with the Rabbids, Rayman has been re-established as his own hero and will start in a colorful, devious game that is sure to remind us of the difficulties of dying repeatedly. Of course, for those who like things easy, the game offers you the opportunity to take special toys and place them on the Wii U controller, for some additional in-game support. Gimmicky? Yes. Will it sell? Yes.
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