“In a presentation to the Georgia Institute of Technology’s IEEE Student Branch yesterday, Microsoft employee and Georgia Tech graduate Andrew Jenks had some surprises in store”
Over the past 10 years, Corel, Sun, IBM and others have tried to compete with Microsoft in the office software business, but thus far none of them have been able to take a significant chunk of Microsoft’s large market share, which generates revenues exceeding $15 billion each year.
Although we’d like to believe that us consumers are the most important people to be affected by the delay of MGS4 to Q2 08, that simply isn’t the case. Konami’s investors definitely take the cake this time, as they witnessed the company’s shares fall 6.8% today, their biggest drop in four years.
The single-player campaign or the multiplayer options alone would make this essential. It’s a game where stunning set pieces are linked together by other ever more dazzling set pieces, while the depth and customization potential of the online component promise months of play. Too early for game of the year? Trust us, you’ll see….
Well, it’s happened. Metal Gear Solid 4 has been delayed until Q2 2008 in order to “provide even greater enjoyment for customers worldwide.” Previously the game had been set with a release date of “this winter,” and things looked to be going well. While it’s likely a case of the game needing more time before it was ready, expect an avalan…