‘Minecraft’ possibilities for PlayStation, unlikely for Wii U

Minecraft lead designer Jens Bergenstein confirmed that Mojang’s biggest hit might some day come to Sony consoles. Speaking with iGamer, Bergenstein’s conversation focused mainly around the future of Minecraft Pocket Edition, but he managed to sneak in a nod to the console version of the game. “Microsoft has an exclusivity deal for consoles,” he said. “When it runs […]Read More


‘MLB 13 The Show’ dev diary released

Spring training in in full swing down in Florida, which can mean only one thing: the next installment of MLB The Show is on the horizon. To get baseball fans hyped, Sony’s team has released a developer blog, the latest edition of which focuses on the game’s titular mode, “Road to the Show.” Narrated by game […]Read More


‘The Amazing Spider-Man: Ultimate Edition’ receives trailer

We learned a a few weeks ago that The Amazing Spider-Man was coming to the Wii U in Ultimate Edition form. Now we’ve got a trailer that shows off some of the game’s intense scenes and web-slinging action. [youtube id=”nB-Wm7YhVjI” width=”620″ height=”360″] Wii-U players have had to wait quite some time to get their fix of Spidey; the title […]Read More


‘Watch Dogs’ box art revealed

In the wake of the PlayStation 4 announcement and Ubisoft’s subsequent reveal of its newest IP Watch Dogs, the publisher/developer has now made public the game’s cover design. If you missed the announcement, Watch Dogs will put players in control of Aiden Pearce, a tech-savy vigilante capable of hacking into and controlling Chicago’s network of security cameras and personal information […]Read More


Interview with ‘Proteus’ dev Ed Key

StickSkills content manager Sam Nolan interviews Ed Key, an up-and-coming indie developer who has just released his first game, Proteus. During the interview, Ed and Sam chat about the ins and outs of indie development, the genesis of Proteus and the title’s detractors, who claim that the experience should not fall under the definition of a “game.” [jwplayer […]Read More


‘Sports Champions’ developer hiring for next-gen project

Zindagi Games, the developer behind PlayStation Move hits Sports Champions and Deadmund’s Quest is hiring for next-generation development, according to a job posting on Gamasutra. Aside from the beaten-over-the-head indication that a new generation of consoles is forthcoming,  this posting also lets on that the PlayStation Move might not die with the PS3. The job […]Read More