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  • 10 days ago
    Current Event Jourdy288

    Michael B. Jordan & Michael Shannon To Topline ‘Fahrenheit 451’ Movie At HBO

    Creed star Michael B. Jordan and Oscar-nominated Michael Shannon have been set to star in Fahrenheit 451, the HBO Films adaptation that has been in development at the premium network.

  • 2 weeks ago
    Current Event Jourdy288

    Rocket League physical sales top 1 million

    Psyonix has sold 1 million physical copies of its hit racing-soccer hybrid, Rocket League , in less than a year. 

  • 3 weeks ago
    Comment Jourdy288

    I suppose somebody might want multiples for Bitcoin mining or other processes that can take advantage of this sort of power?

  • 3 weeks ago
    Expression Jourdy288

    Lost Zelda screenshot reveals NES classic was almost in first-person with a dungeon select screen

    Nintendo might have rewritten the book on open-ended design, but recent discoveries show that this almost wasn’t the game. The Hyrule Encylopedia has uploaded a long-lost screenshot from before the game was released, and the early build shows a much different game. For one, it was a first-person exploration game, more similar to Might and Magic or Etrian Odyssey for today’s audiences. The genre was very popular back then in Japan, and Nintendo very well might have been trying to capitalize o...

  • 3 weeks ago
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    An Interactive Political Thriller – Interview with the Developer of The Occupation

    You may have heard of White Paper Games; they're a small England-based game studio responsible for the adventure Ether One, which was a gorgeous first person game about restoring the memories of a dementia patient. In their new game, The Occupation, you play as a journalist and whistleblower in England during the 1980s; in the wake of a terrorist attack, a new law- The Union Act- has been drafted, and it seems as though it will curtail the civil liberties of the population in exchange for ...

  • 3 weeks ago
    Video Jourdy288

    The Witness - Noclip Documentary

    What lies at the heart of Johnathan Blow's island of mystery? We talk to the famed indie designer about how one of his earliest design ideas blossomed into The Witness.

  • 1 month ago
    Expression Jourdy288

    Death or Glory: How 1997 Changed Video Games Forever

    Inside the year that gave us 'Grand Theft Auto', 'GoldenEye' and 'Final Fantasy VII'

  • 1 month ago
    Comment Jourdy288

    Eh. On the one hand, I want to be excited because I loved the animated series, but on the other hand? I was massively let down by Batman V. Superman, I'm going to wait for the reviews on this one.

  • 1 month ago
    Comment Jourdy288

    Hey, I just integrated it with my site! I'm trying to figure out how to put it on the left side of the page, though- I can't figure out how to put widgets over there and my right side is reaaaally busy.

  • 1 month ago
    Image Jourdy288

    A Boston Taxi in the Night

    I shot this on my way home from PAX East this year; I'm practicing photography as a hobby- I've a ways to go, I think, but I like the feeling of this picture.

  • 1 month ago
    Current Event Jourdy288

    LiquidSky Now in Open Beta; Free Cloud Gaming PCs Available

    LiquidSky, the cloud gaming service we reported on previously, is now in open beta; if you'd like to try it out, you can do so now. In case you're new to the notion of a cloud gaming service, what you should know is that it allows you to stream games to your computer that are being run on a server elsewhere- in this case, a gaming PC. If you don't have a computer with enough RAM or a good enough GPU to run the latest games, you can use LiquidSky instead- assuming, of course, that ...

  • 1 month ago
    Expression Jourdy288

    The Gardens Between - Hands On Preview

    Hailing from Australia, developer The Voxel Agents are prepping their upcoming indie title The Gardens Between for release later this year and we got hands-on time this past PAX East with the game alongside the developers.

  • 1 month ago
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    Looking to the Past for the Future of VR: Interview with Rand Miller – PAX East 2017

    Virtual reality is in many ways thought of as the future of gaming, and though it faces some issues regarding widespread adoption, many developers are embracing support for VR headsets, each hoping to produce VR's killer app that makes HMDs a must-have item for any gamer. Rand Miller, meanwhile, seems to be going in the other direction. Even if you're not familiar with Mr. Miller, chances are you're familiar with his most famous work: Myst. One of the lead developers of the class...

  • 1 month ago
    Current Event Jourdy288

    GameStop Closing at Least 150 Stores Amid Sales Decline

    Videogame chain GameStop Corp., hit hard by a shift to digital downloads , plans to close at least 150 stores this year and expand nongaming businesses.

  • 1 month ago
    Comment Jourdy288

    Blogger here, I'm going to have to check out the BES :)

  • 2 months ago
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    The 5 Most Exciting Upcoming Indie Switch Games

    Nintendo's latest console, the Switch, is set to be released on March 3, 2017- one of the biggest criticism's of Nintendo's yet-to-be released console has thus far been its rather sparse launch lineup. While The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild certainly looks incredible, the other games teased, while they look fun, don't seem to be big system sellers. Nintendo is painfully aware of this, and has turned to showcasing its indie games- they released a video showing off som...

  • 2 months ago
    Comment Jourdy288

    Ah, that explains a lot; I came across a site and most of it wouldn't load.

  • 2 months ago
    Expression Jourdy288

    Owlboy Devs on Hitting 100,000 Sales, Exploring New Genres, and Why Pixel Art Will Never Die

    We speak to Norwegian game developers D-Pad Studio about their next project after Owlboy, and why AAA studios are scared to use pixel art.

  • 2 months ago
    Analysis Jourdy288

    The 2017 Oscar Winners, Nominees, and Where to Watch Them

    2016 was a pretty good year for movies- a nice variety of movies were released, ranging from thought provoking sci-fi to heartwarming musicals- while I got to see quite a few of the films nominated for the 89th Academy Awards, I didn't see them all. There are quite a few that I'm planning on watching- if you've seen the Oscars and you're wondering where to see all the movies, you've come to the right place: here are all the winners, nominees, and links to where you can ...

  • 2 months ago
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    Four Lessons for Storytellers from Four Movies of 2016

    2016 was a pretty good year for movies- at least, it was from my perspective. While there were some notable disappointments (Batman v. Superman being my least favorite film of the year), there were also some great surprises, such as the mysterious and moving Midnight Special. Even the big budget popcorn flick Captain America: Civil War was brimming with character and surprisingly good writing. Four movies from 2016 really left me thinking about what storytellers across mediums stand to learn...

  • 2 months ago
    Analysis Jourdy288

    E3 Opens to the Public – A Necessary Change?

    This week, a big announcement was made regarding the 2017 Electronic Entertainment Expo: 15,000 passes for members of the general public will go on sale on February 13, 2017 at E3Expo.com. The first thousand tickets will cost $149; the rest will be $249. In case you're somehow unfamiliar with it, E3 has for a very long time been an industry-only event- the only people attending have been video game journalists, developers, and other people working in the industry. For a lot of people, the o...

  • 3 months ago
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    Is Nintendo Preparing the Switch for VR?

    The Nintendo Switch has the opportunity to be for VR what the Wii was to expanding the audience for gaming. During Nintendo's Switch presentation, several big announcements were made- the console will cost $299.99, be region free and is set to be launched on March 3, 2017 in North America,  Asia and Europe. Something that Nintendo showed off at the start of the show were the Joy-Con controllers- the tiny handheld input devices that can be detached and swung around like Wiimotes are going t...