"Ubisoft has reaffirmed its commitment to the PS3 and Xbox 360, lending credence to recent rumours that it will release a last-gen exclusive Assassin’s Creed title.Ubisoft vice president of creative Lionel Raynaud has told Edge that the publisher will continue to release software for the older consoles, and that its doing so will not compromise the quality of its next-gen titles.“We will have games for PS3 and 360 for this year and probably the years after,” Raynaud said."
"Video gamers with large collections know there are some used games that simply won’t sell. Maybe they’re for an old console. Maybe it’s a sports title released in 2005. It doesn’t matter to Decluttr, which will buy any CD, DVD or video game from anyone.As profiled by Fast Company, Decluttr makes some eye-popping profit margins and pulled in more than $150 million in revenue last year buying up stuff that no one wants.The secret seems to be in Decluttr’s approach to the reseller: by accepting someone’s entire collection, even the discs that will not move, they’ll be likely to find some nugget of gold that can be resold for a good price."
"WWE recently surveyed fans for potential video games they may have planned in the pipeline.WWE has only normally released games based on the actual wrestling itself. The only times they have branched off was the Twisted Metal rip-off called “WWE Crush Hour” and a Game Boy side scroller called “WWF Betrayal”.It appears the company wants to branch off again with games featuring numerous wrestlers. One of the games suggested is even a WWE-themed Angry Birds game! The descriptions of the games sound like they will only be released on mobile platforms."