Will Wright
Don't we all love video games that appear to be kind of neat?

Electronic Arts recently confirmed that gamers will be able to play Spore on both the PC and Nintendo DS handheld console.  There were many rumors circulating on the Internet that developers would bring Spore over to the DS, especially as Spore began grabbing more headlines.  Keith Stuart, in a blog for the Guardian Unlimited, mentions that EA formally put lots of effort into supporting the Sony PlayStation Portable handheld console.  It looks like the Will Wright creation will be available to even more gamers!

If you're not familiar with who exactly Will Wright is, he is the original creator of SimCity and The Sims, with Spore being his latest adventure.  We all know how popular The Sims became -- easily selling more than 50 million copies, now having multiple expansion packs and a sequel.

During a presentation at the Game Developers Conference in 2005, he officially announced Spore.  The game is being designed by Will Wright, and is under development by Maxis.  Spore is an evolution type game that will have players go "from the origin and evolution of life through the development of civilization and technology and eventually all the way into the deepest reaches of outer space."  Wright's concept of the game is one of the key reasons it is so anticipated.

E3 2006 allowed thousands of people, myself included, to see the creature editor which allows players to create our own characters.  The game is flexible by allowing users to include sensory organs and other body parts that can affect speed, strength, stamina, etc. of the creature.

Spore is supposed to be released sometime late in 2007, with no official release date set in stone.  While it will be a while before the game is released, it it definitely one of the games I am most anticipating.  To get to the game's official web site, click here.

There is a wide number of published game previews -- GameSpy, IGN, 1up, GameSpot.

“So far we have not seen a single Android device that does not infringe on our patents." -- Microsoft General Counsel Brad Smith

Most Popular Articles

Copyright 2018 DailyTech LLC. - RSS Feed | Advertise | About Us | Ethics | FAQ | Terms, Conditions & Privacy Information | Kristopher Kubicki