The end of 2015 is making producers monetize better their games by launching special versions to take advantage of the end-of-the-year holiday sales.
For the first time, Minecraft becomes playable on the Nintendo Wii device. Forbes announced the Minecraft Wii version, available December 17 (just one day before the Star Wars release). The price point is $30, which is below the standard games pricing on Nintendo around $60.
Keeping up with the trends, Call of Duty also launched Black Ops III in November 2015. The game was overall well received. IGN gave it a score of 9.2 (out of 10) and said that: “With fun 4-player co-op, new powers, and a fleshed out Zombies mode, Black Ops 3 is the biggest Call of Duty game yet”.
GspRating.com got a bunch of new Game Service Provider additions — so everyone has a couple of new hosts to explore around. Unfortunately some of the older providers went out-of-business and we’ll continue to purge their listings so you always have an up-to-date experience when looking for a provider on our site.
– the GspRating.com team