• Is it Time for Another Desmond Game?

    Recently rumors have leaked surrounding a new Assassin’s Creed game—the first details a new game with co-op to be released in 2013, while the second...

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    Recently rumors have leaked surrounding a new Assassin’s Creed game—the first details a new game with co-op to be released in 2013, while the second claims that the 2013 game will be set in Brazil and that Ubisoft is working to write (or rewrite) its history leading up to their game. These rumors have a...
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  • Time for Nintendo to Undo Region Locks

    During a recent question and answer question at a Nintendo investor meeting, company president Satoru Iwata discussed the issue of region locking software for the Nintendo...

    During a recent question and answer question at a Nintendo investor meeting, company president Satoru Iwata discussed the issue of region locking software for the Nintendo consoles. Currently, Nintendo is the only company that makes region-locked video game consoles, including the Nintendo 3DS and the Wii U. Generally, fans hate region-locking and are frustrated by it....
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  • Kickstarter Focus: Death Inc.

    Ambient Studios is a team packed full of talent, with developers from Little Big Planet, Fable, Crysis 3, Battlefield 2, SimCity, along with many other...

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    Ambient Studios is a team packed full of talent, with developers from Little Big Planet, Fable, Crysis 3, Battlefield 2, SimCity, along with many other games. They formed the studio so that they could make their games the way they wanted to—and the first game they plan to deliver is Death Inc. The game plays...
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  • Video-Games: A Haven for sexism, or pseudo-digi-sexism

    In some ways, it’s crazy to think that women were given the right to vote in most parts of the Western world a mere 90...

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    In some ways, it’s crazy to think that women were given the right to vote in most parts of the Western world a mere 90 or so years ago. The idea of people not being allowed to vote based on, well, just about anything is an almost laughable thought for most people of this generation....
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  • What Valve’s New Console Means for Gamers

    It’s been known for a while that Valve has been building its own PC system, designed for playing Steam games at optimal quality. However, what...

    It’s been known for a while that Valve has been building its own PC system, designed for playing Steam games at optimal quality. However, what no one knew was whether this PC kit was intended just for the company, for developers, or for a large-scale project. Well, we finally have our answer: Valve’s pre-built gaming...
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  • Kickstarter Focus: The Last Door

    From the creators of Dungeon Defiler, Slalom, El Codex Del Peregrino, Rotorscope, and Iredia comes a new, interactive game focused on a free, online experience....

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    From the creators of Dungeon Defiler, Slalom, El Codex Del Peregrino, Rotorscope, and Iredia comes a new, interactive game focused on a free, online experience. Unlike many other free online games, this point-and-click adventure would be released in installments of chapters, and you will be able to use a community account to track and record...
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  • Why Sony’s Tongue Control Patent is Making History

    When Sony first patented its unique tongue controls, many of the comments and discussions were skeptical about its applications. Is that some tool for gamers...

    When Sony first patented its unique tongue controls, many of the comments and discussions were skeptical about its applications. Is that some tool for gamers to finally ‘experience’ dating sims? Some terrible gimmick for their next console? One step closer to controlling games with our mind? It obviously doesn’t have the advantages of an actual...
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  • Kickstarter Focus: Spatial Flux

    Playing like a space-age Oregon Trail, Spatial Flux aims to deliver a text-based adventure with high-quality backgrounds and pixel-based sprites for a retro feel in...

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    Playing like a space-age Oregon Trail, Spatial Flux aims to deliver a text-based adventure with high-quality backgrounds and pixel-based sprites for a retro feel in a modern game. The game will be released on Mac, Linux, PC, and several mobile platforms. The project is a collaboration between several different studios, although the project is being...
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  • Gaikai is Sony’s Winning Ticket

    Gaikai recently commented on Sony’s acquisition of their company—and in sum, they’re quite pleased. Although their lips are sealed as to their future goals, it...

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    Gaikai recently commented on Sony’s acquisition of their company—and in sum, they’re quite pleased. Although their lips are sealed as to their future goals, it appears that they will be working closely with Sony while continuing to improve their cloud-gaming service. Their attitude about the Sony acquisition and bright hopes for the future means the...
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  • Nintendo Amiibo Third-Party Possibilities Are Interesting

    In early November, Nintendo of America’s licensing manager, Damon Baker, spoke to IGN about the possibilities of Amiibos for third-party and independent developers. In short, other developers...

    In early November, Nintendo of America’s licensing manager, Damon Baker, spoke to IGN about the possibilities of Amiibos for third-party and independent developers. In short, other developers could integrate the Amiibo figurines for their games on Nintendo consoles such as the Wii U and 3DS. Baker said that conversations about those possibilities are taking place. It really...
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