Shiny Entertainment founder David Perry shows off a picture of World of Warcraft running on an iPad, made possible by the streaming technology of his newer company, Gaikai.
A small group of journalists and developers were invited to sit in an informal lunch discussion with some of the biggest names in the gaming industry today.
Look, on the one hand, we don't want to be encouraging this kind of behaviour. But on the other...watching David Perry engage in a bit of tit-for-tat with Sony is too good to pass up.
The UMD-free PlayStation Portable 2 is indeed real and could hit as early as this fall, David Perry, chief creative officer at Acclaim, told Kotaku today.
And the E3 post-mortems continue! Latest to chime in with his $0.02 is swarthy heart-throb David Perry, who thinks E3 is stupid. And broken. And an embarrassment. And diluted. And...look, we'll just let David explain:
Back in February, Acclaim chief creative officer David Perry announced the company's "Project Top Secret," a collaborative racing MMO design project where a stand-out entrant would be tapped to head up Acclaim's next MMO project. Today, Acclaim announced it's getting close to conclusion, with one contributor to be…