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  5. Hi Dan, nice to meet you. I've added you on Xbox Live. Hope we can play together soon and get you involved in the swing of things.
  6. In broad sense tens of space games shares the gameplay; mining, dogfighting, trading, etc. but implementations varies hugely. More and more games has explorable astronomical objects as well. Because the huge differences in design and implementation I could say that for example Star Citizen and NMS are still completely different kind of games. I think that lore and gameplay are tightly connected. In Star Citizen the lore explains why for example Hurston looks like as it looks, people's behaviour and clothing, characteristics of their physical look (marks on skin), their motivations, what player can mine and buy/sell there, gravity and composition of atmosphere, weather, etc. I definitely have high hopes that BG&E2 will be an interesting and good game despite that we have not seen much gameplay yet and there are still many unanswered questions. It is worth to keep in mind that ambitious games takes long time to get developed. BG&E3 should be much faster to get made once all this R&D work has done. Good luck for your competition. After your earlier success we expect nothing less than championship!
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  8. If you couldn’t tell, I refer to gameplay the entire time, not lore. Btw it’s good that you’re optimistic. All I care about is the full game and my copy of the game that kickstarter still promised me. I hope Good and Evil 2 and this Star Citizen will become a great final game, not like Fallout 76. Alright, now I gotta practice for my upcoming world tour Dragonball FighterZ tournament tomorrow. It’s one of the biggest Dragonball FighterZ tournament that spans worldwide, and tomorrow’s going to be the last one before the grand final tournament. Fingers crossed I can do well!
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  12. It is true many games shares lots of similarities but they can still be completely different what comes to gameplay and experience; Star Citizen, NMS, BG&E2, X-series, Elite: Dangerous, Hellion, Helium Rain, Euro Track Simulator, etc. Star Citizen is heavily leaning on lore. Star systems are hand created and procedurally generated astronomical objects are partially hand crafted (added POIs etc.). Their star system design is more or less scientific but for example they have shortened distances and shrinked size of objects for gameplay reasons. The current alpha version has multiple of misson types but the key is to have upcoming mission chaining, dynamic missions and background simulation. Elite: Dangerous is following science much more accurately in expense of having no lore or handmade stories on their astronomical objects, NPCs, etc. NMS seems to be fully procedurally generated; works for them. What comes to experience Star Citizen is much more like Cyberpunk 2077 than NMS. Your character wakes up in rented flat, you get up and wear some clothes from wardrobe, take a clean coffee cup from a drawer and put to coffee machine, select a coffee and wait for full cup, you drink the coffee and put the cup with other dirty cups in a drawer. After coffee you make a live video call (FoIP+VoIP) to your friend and agree to meet her in a bar nearby. You go there by walking and a train. Gameplay continues... Completely different experience compared to NMS or Elite: Dangerous and I'm not even sure if Cyberpunk 2077 has such details. BG&E2 seems to be more like Star Citizen what comes to star system design and implementation. In the other hand their engine is voxel based, it has only 3rd person view(?) and action scenes and flying model are very arcade. I don't know if it will have detailed item handling, multiple of physics grids, ship interiors, detailed damage modelling, etc. So, lots of similarities on the paper but in practice all the games are very different. That's a great thing since they are fulling each other instead of competing. I hope Squadron 42 will not be released before 2020. We have to wait just like we have to wait other games in development; BG&E2, Cyberpunk 2077, etc.
  13. Oh look at that. Army Men! The PS1 nostalgia is coming back to me. All those times spent playing those Army Men games, blowing and using flamethrowers on those tan soldiers, MUAH, I LUV IT. This makes me want to get Rising Storm 2 Vietnam just to play this game! Then I remember Red Orchestra 2 and how hard that game is....... We need Army Men back again. Spyro & Crash are back, so why not this?? Bring Air Attack back! And Green Rogue! And World War! I want to shoot them Tans!
  14. Star Citizen and No Man's Whatever are the same game in its core mechanic. You can seamlessly explore planets and space, you buy even better ships and equipment to make explorations and combat much easier, you do space battles, you mine stuff with your ship laser, you trade with other shops with resources you have, do set missions you get from quest givers, and shoot stuff. The difference is Star Citizen has pre set planets and not proceduraly generated ones, with actualy fps mechanic, and that box fetch quest. At least until the game finally have an epic storyline to follow in the full version, but for now, both games are similar. It's like comparing a Cadbury Hazelnut chocolate with Cadbury Fruit and Nut. There's differences that makes them taste different, but they're still Cadbury chocolate. And btw, NMS's changes doesn't matter if in the end you still do the same shit over and over and over again, and the ending makes it all completely worthless. That's like saying shoveling shit in a pig farm is better if you use a premium shovel instead of a pitchfork. You're still shoveling poop! Just out of curiousity, when do you think Star Citizen will finally be released? Actually nevermind. We don't know when it'll be released. We just have to keep waiting. FOREVER
  15. True, BG&E2 will be probably released before Star Citizen PU and Squadron 42. I definitely recommend to look Star Citizen a bit more closely (design documents, design discussion, alpha releases, etc.) so you could compare it to other projects. I just wanted to give a note that ambition of Star Citizen is way beyond BG&E2 (as much we know about at this point). It is worth to keep in mind that just adding explorable procedurally generated planets to games doesn't make them like Star Citizen. Cyberpunk 2077 is interesting and I look forward give it a try. It definitely more close to Star Citizen single player campaign Squadron 42 than Star Citizen PU (MMO). Still, it is very different kind of game and I'm slightly "worried" how much it will have shooting scenes because in demo it looked pretty weak. We will know more soon enough. I'm not a huge fan of No Man's Sky myself but I can say it has got tons of better after all these multiple of patches. NEXT patch is just one of them. Still NMS is nothing like Star Citizen so it is wortless to make a comparison. Some people prefers NMS kind of game and that's great. It is definitely good to have lots of different kind of games. Unfortunately especially AAA-games tends to be more or less the same. No one wants to take big risks which is understandable.
  16. Sure Star Citizen is ambitious, but at this point I hate waiting for my kickstarter game to be given to me to the point I don't even care about it anymore. Beyond Good and Evil 2 will probably be done before that game comes out! Besides, you call THIS worthy of reccomendation? A game where it's pretty much No Man's Piece of Crap, but better because you can buy armor and it has actual fps gameplay which thankfully is normal, aside from dumb ais while still doing the same thing over and over and over again? Sure the full game will definitely have story missions, but just looking at this bores the shit out of me, just like No Man's Poo Poo: ambitious for sure, but has repetitive gameplay that ruins the entire game. Cyberpunk 2077 on the other hand, is 10,000 times more engaging and ABSOLUTELY worthy of reccomendation in comparison, and that game only takes place on a cyberpunk city! Hopefully the full game will have more stuff to do and have epic space army battles. But here's the problem though, no matter how good Star Citizen will be in it's full version, other games that will come out at that time will be infinitely better. I mean look at Duke Nukem Forever. Long development, and the final game is an outdated dinosaur compared to everything else. Who knows, when Star Citizen comes out, Warframe will probably dwarf it after they release a new ground breaking update to their game. They have Railjack which is fucking awesome, and imagine what it'll be like when there's a new update that lets you seamlessly travel from a planet to space to another planet like what Star Citizen did, but faster and more exciting. Ohoho sure No Man's I Don't Care Anymore is much better NOW, but when it was released? It scarred me for life so hard that I don't want to go back to it anymore. They should have released the game in the improved state since the beginning. But maybe I'll get back to the game eventually. Oh wait It's still the exact same thing as before, with third person camera and base building........... I already have PTSD looking at this game........ Ahem anyway, looking at these games shows that the future of open world games is definitely planetary explorations. Beyond Good and Evil 2 already starts following this trend, imagine what other established open world games will do to it too. Like GTA VI, only it'll be funny as hell with the dirty jokes and witty dialogues! Or maybe Rocksteady's Superman with him flying to different planets and fighting Braniac!! :0 Personally I prefer a tight open world with many fun varied stuff to do like Witcher 3, Red Dead Redemption 2 and Cyberpunk 2077 rather than a giant galaxy exploration with less things to do. But one day, in the wise word of that kid in the Old El Paso commercial,
  17. X4: Foundations was released two weeks ago and it is good to see it has got pretty positive feedback. As we have unfortunately already experiences many times Egosoft's releases are far from ready on release. That's still not a catastrophe because Egosoft is one of those companies which supports their games years after release. I'm very disappointed to is how badly game sites has covered this release - especially PC game sites. Linux version should go Beta at some point in near future.
  18. BG&E2 is ambitious but what we have seen or heard so far it is nothing compared to Star Citizen (I recommend to give that project a peek). What I have seen so far many seems to be disappointed and worried how different it is compared to BG&E. It is a valid concern but it is still too early to be TOO worried about how the game will end up to be. It is great to see they are using all the time they need with this project. Btw. No Man's Sky has a story and patches (NEXT, Atlas Rises, The Abyss, Visions, etc.) has made the game much better.
  19. 123) SINNER: Sacrifice for Redemption Platform: PC I played this game WAYYY back when it was just a demo in PAX 2017. It's what happens when you make a game with only Dark Souls bosses, and each time you fight a boss, a penalty is incurred to you. Got this game on the Discord game store for half the price, and it's a fun game, which unfortunately is quite short. The plot of the game is you're trying to absolve the sins of 7 people, represented by the 7 deadly sins. Sloth, Greed, you know the rest. You can actually pick the order of which bosses you want to fight, and each one incurs a permanent debuff to you. So in one boss, your health and stamina will be permanently decrease, and in the other your defence will decrease. It'll keep piling up until you fought all 7 bosses, and then you finally fight the final boss. Fortunately you gain more maximum health after you beat a boss. And boy, this is a Dark Souls clone alright! From the way you attack, use item and even move around and parry stab. There are more animations to make the game more fluid and fast, but it's still pretty much Dark Souls. The final boss itself is even a tounge and cheek callback to the final boss of Dark Souls 3, right down to having thunder attacks and swapping from sword and shield to a flaming giant sword! And it is a fun boss fight! Too bad the music is so dull. But fortunately for me, I mute the damn thing and then play this instead And it is absolutely perfect. The boss phase even matches up with the music change! 124) Kung Fu Z Platform: iPhone A beat em up kung fu game where you fight a bunch of zombies with your kung fu, like that priest from Brain Dead This is one of those games with those annoying "leave the game for 6 hours until you get enough gold coin to level your character up" mechanic. It's fun for the first few stages and you get new moves to use, but then it gets old when you have to do it for the 10th + time. But at least the music's funky 125) Colorcube Platform: iPhone It's an optical illusion game where you have an image that you have to recreate using different blocks. You have to switch up the color until you match the image presented to you. Which gets REALLY hard the further you play. It starts from this ALL the way to this My head hurts playing this game, and this is supposed to be a brain teaser! 126) Jump&Destroy Platform: iPhone It's one of those "get to the end of the level" tank shooting game. It starts off simple, and then it gets unforgiving when the more crazy enemy types show up. Fun part is the new power ups you unlock after travelling far through the game, which ranges from laser, to a double jump, a mushroom to make your tank bigger, and a ground and pound attack that destroys enemies bellow. Playing this game makes me want to play Metal Slug. 127) Number Go! Platform: iPhone A fun puzzle game where you have to make a line from the first number to the last, but you have to fill the entire square blocks with lines, or else you don't pass. Like this one bellow which is wrong. It's quite a fun game, and it makes you think about the possible line combinations that the game wants you to do. 128) Fighting Vipers Platform: PS4 At LAST. Judge's Eyes is finally out, and I can finally play this game!! Continuing on with the tradition of adding classic Sega games in into the club Sega in the Yakuza series, this time they add Fighting Viper, one of the very first fighting game I played in the arcade when I was little. I only remembered being able to punch a guy so hard that they flew out of the arena, and then I stopped playing once I get to level 7 against the guy with the guitar. And also true to tradition with Virtua Fighter 2 before, they made this game WAAYY too fucking hard. I got stuck fighting many of the fighters over and over again because the control is so stiff and the AI is just reading my inputs. Each time I try to attack, they always counter back over and over again. Eventually I beat all of them through determination and exploiting their openings after they're left vulnerable, except stage 8 and 9 where the bosses are..... they're just way too fucking cheap. Not only are they always countering my attack, they keep on coming close to me and instantly throw me, making me lose a lot of health over and over and over again. Then I found out that I can just jump kick the stage 8 boss Janez because she always try to throw me, and I can just crouch punch the stage 9 boss B.M because he keeps on using high attacks....... I'LL TAKE IT! And when I make them fly trough their arenas, it feels so damn good! And then I proceed to continue the main game and never go back to Fighting Vipers again!
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  22. This is like, the most ambitious game ever. Red Dead Redemption 2's ambitious too in terms of realism and the amount of crazy side contents, but this?? This is No Man's Piece of Crap if it actually have a story and combat mechanic that's good. WHICH IS FUCKING AWESOME!! And the distance gap between two players can be so damn far that one can be in space and the other can be in a building in another planet?? GIVE ME THIS GAME NOW!!!!! If they can pull this off without the game being as buggy as Fallout 76, then this game will be Ubisoft's best game so far. Oh please polish everything and make this game awesome!
  23. Exactly. Because the people who decides the awards are mostly people with common sense instead of the Academy Awards who gives rewards to people that kiss their asses. I am on board with most of the decisions for the awards, except 2017 where Nier Automata should have won best story. And 2016. Overwatch as GOTY?? Uncharted 4 deserves that award!
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    The Game Awards winners, announcements, and previews. Kinda Funny Games Showcase looks at 69 upcoming games and what playing games means to people in the industry, Ahoy looks at the history of the Amiga, John Romero's new Doom mod, Noclip's Half-Life documentary, Scott C. Jones tells a personal story of childhood trauma and how games helped to guide him through them and to heal in adulthood, some Epic Store games delaying or cancelling Steam release, PewDiePie promotes racist anti-Semitic Youtuber's content (again) as other top gaming Youtubers desperately try to get more people to subscribe to him, Starbreeze HQ raided by police, Monster Hunter World's new expansion, author Dmitry Glukhovsky discusses the politics of his Metro books and games, Panzer Dragoon remakes in development, Noah Caldwell-Gervais on Fallout 76 and how it is rooted in choices Bethesda has been making since Fallout 3, and more. Gaming News (Announcements, previews, release dates, interviews and writing on upcoming games, DLC and game updates, company and developer news, country news, tech, mods) Here are all the biggest announcements from The Game Awards 2018 The Game Awards Winners 2018: Full List SonicFox Steals The Show At The Game Awards Music From Red Dead Redemption 2 Performed Live | The Game Awards 2018 The making of The Game Awards 2018 Kinda Funny Games Showcase: Judgment, The Walking Dead, and 67 More Games Yakuza Dev's Judge Eyes Has A New Name, Western Release Date After five years in development, Capybara's Below will release next week The Full Story Behind Below's Long Development Obsidian’s The Outer Worlds might just be the New Vegas follow-up you’ve wanted The Outer Worlds Looks A Lot Like Fallout, But That's Only Half The Story Get a closer look at Obsidian’s The Outer Worlds with 15 minutes of gameplay footage The Outer Worlds: Interview with Senior Narrative Designer Kathryn Megan Starks Obsidian's The Outer Worlds blends Firefly and Fallout into a bold, open-ended sci-fi RPG John Romero’s new project is an enormous Doom mod called Sigil Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition system trailer Super Meat Boy Forever release window set, will be Epic Store exclusive for a year Kingdom Hearts III - Official Opening Movie | Hikaru Utada, Skrillex Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown ‘F/A-18F’ trailer Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order Coming To Nintendo Switch In 2019 Psychonauts 2’s first story trailer introduces the Motherlobe Psychonauts 2: Tim Schafer Reveals New Details in New Trailer - IGN First Watch 25 minutes of Beyond Good and Evil 2 Left Alive’s New Trailer Shows How You Can Make Choices Every Step Of The Way Jon Shafer's At The Gates launches next month Danganronpa Trilogy Heading To The PlayStation 4 In 2019 Toejam and Earl: Back in the Groove is now set for release in March Lapis x Labyrinth Coming To The West In 2019 For PS4 And Switch New Stranger Things Game Announced, Set Around Upcoming Season 3 Anthem’s Game Awards trailer doubles down on story and reveals the villain Anthem director details Game Awards story trailer, addresses Destiny comparisons No Man’s Sky developer Hello announces its next game, The Last Campfire Panzer Dragoon remakes in development Sayonara Wild Hearts is a motorcycle dance party for Switch Ape Out, the ultra-violent ape escape game, finally has a release date Surreal indie RPG YIIK is finally out next month Skater XL is a realistic skateboard sim coming to Early Access this month Biomutant - Gameplay Sizzle Trailer Hades is the next game from the creators of Bastion, it’s out tonight Hades is already a killer combat game in early access BioWare confirms the next Dragon Age with a Game Awards trailer – sort of RTS Conan Unconquered out next year, developed by C&C veterans Far Cry: New Dawn takes you to post-apocalyptic Montana this February Far Cry: New Dawn builds better co-op from the nuclear ruins of Far Cry 5 The full Far Cry: New Dawn interview: building the super bloom of a post-nuclear Hope County Far Cry New Dawn: A Deeper Look at the Surprise Follow-Up to Far Cry 5 The Walking Dead: The Final Season continues in January Zen Studios on Developing Its First Dungeon-Crawler, Its Pursuit of Hungary's "Witcher" Moment Journey is coming to PC The Pathless is a supernatural forest adventure from the makers of Abzu Mortal Kombat 11 launches in April, here's the first trailer Jenny LeClue: Detectivu launches in Q1 2019 for PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC Tactical RPG Fae Tactics announced for PC Journey to the Savage Planet is an indie sci-fi game from the Far Cry 4 director Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Is Getting A Persona 5 DLC The Messenger free DLC ‘Picnic Panic’ announced Monster Hunter World: Iceborne expansion announced Play as Geralt in Monster Hunter: World with 2019's The Witcher 3 collaboration KAREEM HUNT PULLED FROM MADDEN 19 Unlicensed casino websites are being streamed on Twitch, UK gambling watchdog confirms What indies think of Valve giving more money to big sellers Valve explains Steam Discovery bug that made indie games harder to find Some Epic Store games are pushing back or scrapping Steam releases Tim Sweeney Answers Questions About The New Epic Games Store CS:GO receives 14,000 negative Steam reviews in a single day after going free to play YouTube’s Biggest Personality Promoted an Anti-Semite Rapper 2 Milly Sues Epic Games For Stealing His Dance A Bethesda web glitch revealed everyone’s support tickets, including personal info Daybreak Games lays off estimated 70 employees Starbreeze HQ has been raided by Swedish authorities, one arrested Amy Hennig to receive lifetime achievement award Apple Pulls Strategy Game Because It Features The Taliban Why the game dev group will benefit from non-U.S. board chair China's new Ethics Committee has been reviewing existing titles Esports News Europe’s Top Counter-Strike Team Eyes $1 Million Grand Slam Prize DreamHack’s high school Rainbow Six team “got stomped, but we laughed and smiled the whole way” Oh God, Fox Won An Early Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Tournament Content I found interesting this week (interviews, recommendations, think pieces, history, music, culture, design, art, documentaries, criticism, etc) The 30 Best Videogames of 2018 The video games that are good for your children Writer's Guild Author Meagan Marie on Her New Book Women in Gaming: 100 Professionals of Play What 'Darksiders 3' Teaches Us About Gaming's Weirdest Company, THQ Nordic Spacewar! Creators Didn't Know They Were Making History “I’ve always used the opportunity to make political statements in Metro games” – Dmitry Glukhovsky Brian Fargo: “I spent 50% of my time raising money” How Bad North makes humans out of little soldiers 'Hitman 2' Makes You The Catastrophe Everyone Is Dreading Hitman 2's First Elusive Target Showed What's Great About The Series The Thin Blue Webline: Spider-Cops Are Bastards Putting On A Tough Face: The Insecurities of Dead Cells Battlefield V's First Expansion Is A Gamble That Doesn't Pay Off OPENED WORLD: STANDING STILL FLATLINE: How The Amiga Languished Unforeseen Consequences: A Half-Life Documentary What Makes HITMAN's Sapienza So Memorable? How Does Fallout 76 Compare to Previous Fallouts? [Spoilers] Passage: Dark Messiah & Arkane | Arkane Studios Ludography (2/5) CRITIQUE/REVIEW Bad Game Design - NES Games Building the Online World of Tom Clancy's The Division (Part 2 of 2) | AI and Games The Making of Sonic 3 & Knuckles The Cancelled PlayStation Exclusive - Investigating Eight Days Super Smash Bros: The Story of Masahiro Sakurai Things I Missed From Previous Weeks Video games saved my life
  25. The Game Awards winners, announcements, and previews. Kinda Funny Games Showcase looks at 69 upcoming games and what playing games means to people in the industry, Ahoy looks at the history of the Amiga, John Romero's new Doom mod, Noclip's Half-Life documentary, Scott C. Jones tells a personal story of childhood trauma and how games helped to guide him through them and to heal in adulthood, some Epic Store games delaying or cancelling Steam release, PewDiePie promotes racist anti-Semitic Youtuber's content (again) as other top gaming Youtubers desperately try to get more people to subscribe to him, Starbreeze HQ raided by police, Monster Hunter World's new expansion, author Dmitry Glukhovsky discusses the politics of his Metro books and games, Panzer Dragoon remakes in development, Noah Caldwell-Gervais on Fallout 76 and how it is rooted in choices Bethesda has been making since Fallout 3, and more. Gaming News (Announcements, previews, release dates, interviews and writing on upcoming games, DLC and game updates, company and developer news, country news, tech, mods) Here are all the biggest announcements from The Game Awards 2018 The Game Awards Winners 2018: Full List SonicFox Steals The Show At The Game Awards Music From Red Dead Redemption 2 Performed Live | The Game Awards 2018 The making of The Game Awards 2018 Kinda Funny Games Showcase: Judgment, The Walking Dead, and 67 More Games Yakuza Dev's Judge Eyes Has A New Name, Western Release Date After five years in development, Capybara's Below will release next week The Full Story Behind Below's Long Development Obsidian’s The Outer Worlds might just be the New Vegas follow-up you’ve wanted The Outer Worlds Looks A Lot Like Fallout, But That's Only Half The Story Get a closer look at Obsidian’s The Outer Worlds with 15 minutes of gameplay footage The Outer Worlds: Interview with Senior Narrative Designer Kathryn Megan Starks Obsidian's The Outer Worlds blends Firefly and Fallout into a bold, open-ended sci-fi RPG John Romero’s new project is an enormous Doom mod called Sigil Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition system trailer Super Meat Boy Forever release window set, will be Epic Store exclusive for a year Kingdom Hearts III - Official Opening Movie | Hikaru Utada, Skrillex Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown ‘F/A-18F’ trailer Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order Coming To Nintendo Switch In 2019 Psychonauts 2’s first story trailer introduces the Motherlobe Psychonauts 2: Tim Schafer Reveals New Details in New Trailer - IGN First Watch 25 minutes of Beyond Good and Evil 2 Left Alive’s New Trailer Shows How You Can Make Choices Every Step Of The Way Jon Shafer's At The Gates launches next month Danganronpa Trilogy Heading To The PlayStation 4 In 2019 Toejam and Earl: Back in the Groove is now set for release in March Lapis x Labyrinth Coming To The West In 2019 For PS4 And Switch New Stranger Things Game Announced, Set Around Upcoming Season 3 Anthem’s Game Awards trailer doubles down on story and reveals the villain Anthem director details Game Awards story trailer, addresses Destiny comparisons No Man’s Sky developer Hello announces its next game, The Last Campfire Panzer Dragoon remakes in development Sayonara Wild Hearts is a motorcycle dance party for Switch Ape Out, the ultra-violent ape escape game, finally has a release date Surreal indie RPG YIIK is finally out next month Skater XL is a realistic skateboard sim coming to Early Access this month Biomutant - Gameplay Sizzle Trailer Hades is the next game from the creators of Bastion, it’s out tonight Hades is already a killer combat game in early access BioWare confirms the next Dragon Age with a Game Awards trailer – sort of RTS Conan Unconquered out next year, developed by C&C veterans Far Cry: New Dawn takes you to post-apocalyptic Montana this February Far Cry: New Dawn builds better co-op from the nuclear ruins of Far Cry 5 The full Far Cry: New Dawn interview: building the super bloom of a post-nuclear Hope County Far Cry New Dawn: A Deeper Look at the Surprise Follow-Up to Far Cry 5 The Walking Dead: The Final Season continues in January Zen Studios on Developing Its First Dungeon-Crawler, Its Pursuit of Hungary's "Witcher" Moment Journey is coming to PC The Pathless is a supernatural forest adventure from the makers of Abzu Mortal Kombat 11 launches in April, here's the first trailer Jenny LeClue: Detectivu launches in Q1 2019 for PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC Tactical RPG Fae Tactics announced for PC Journey to the Savage Planet is an indie sci-fi game from the Far Cry 4 director Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Is Getting A Persona 5 DLC The Messenger free DLC ‘Picnic Panic’ announced Monster Hunter World: Iceborne expansion announced Play as Geralt in Monster Hunter: World with 2019's The Witcher 3 collaboration KAREEM HUNT PULLED FROM MADDEN 19 Unlicensed casino websites are being streamed on Twitch, UK gambling watchdog confirms What indies think of Valve giving more money to big sellers Valve explains Steam Discovery bug that made indie games harder to find Some Epic Store games are pushing back or scrapping Steam releases Tim Sweeney Answers Questions About The New Epic Games Store CS:GO receives 14,000 negative Steam reviews in a single day after going free to play YouTube’s Biggest Personality Promoted an Anti-Semite Rapper 2 Milly Sues Epic Games For Stealing His Dance A Bethesda web glitch revealed everyone’s support tickets, including personal info Daybreak Games lays off estimated 70 employees Starbreeze HQ has been raided by Swedish authorities, one arrested Amy Hennig to receive lifetime achievement award Apple Pulls Strategy Game Because It Features The Taliban Why the game dev group will benefit from non-U.S. board chair China's new Ethics Committee has been reviewing existing titles Esports News Europe’s Top Counter-Strike Team Eyes $1 Million Grand Slam Prize DreamHack’s high school Rainbow Six team “got stomped, but we laughed and smiled the whole way” Oh God, Fox Won An Early Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Tournament Content I found interesting this week (interviews, recommendations, think pieces, history, music, culture, design, art, documentaries, criticism, etc) The 30 Best Videogames of 2018 The video games that are good for your children Writer's Guild Author Meagan Marie on Her New Book Women in Gaming: 100 Professionals of Play What 'Darksiders 3' Teaches Us About Gaming's Weirdest Company, THQ Nordic Spacewar! Creators Didn't Know They Were Making History “I’ve always used the opportunity to make political statements in Metro games” – Dmitry Glukhovsky Brian Fargo: “I spent 50% of my time raising money” How Bad North makes humans out of little soldiers 'Hitman 2' Makes You The Catastrophe Everyone Is Dreading Hitman 2's First Elusive Target Showed What's Great About The Series The Thin Blue Webline: Spider-Cops Are Bastards Putting On A Tough Face: The Insecurities of Dead Cells Battlefield V's First Expansion Is A Gamble That Doesn't Pay Off OPENED WORLD: STANDING STILL FLATLINE: How The Amiga Languished Unforeseen Consequences: A Half-Life Documentary What Makes HITMAN's Sapienza So Memorable? How Does Fallout 76 Compare to Previous Fallouts? [Spoilers] Passage: Dark Messiah & Arkane | Arkane Studios Ludography (2/5) CRITIQUE/REVIEW Bad Game Design - NES Games Building the Online World of Tom Clancy's The Division (Part 2 of 2) | AI and Games The Making of Sonic 3 & Knuckles The Cancelled PlayStation Exclusive - Investigating Eight Days Super Smash Bros: The Story of Masahiro Sakurai Things I Missed From Previous Weeks Video games saved my life
  26. Never really watched the Game Awards, but based on their history, they have a better track record of actually recognizing good games than the American Academy Awards do at recognizing good movies.
  27. That's actually a pretty good discussion point. Like MadFinnish said, the editor is usually the one to suggest changes to a book, and that's normally just for clarity or grammar. A book publisher is solely responsible for the printing and distribution of a title. I've self-published at least one title through CreateSpace, but that's now switching over to Amazon's KIndle Direct Publishing (KDP), so my next title will be through that (coming January 2019!). With that in mind, I think more game publishers should go back to that model. Let the studio that made the game make the game. The publisher should only be focused on distribution...but of course, there isn't a lot of money in that, especially when they can strong arm the studio into making a product for a broader market.
  28. I quite enjoy my switch. The biggest issue I have had is trying to not purchase games again. It is very appealing to be able to play games I love on the go or in most cases... on the toilet. LOL
  29. Another quick question, Does the AJSA community still play Planetside 2? I heard that the game had kind of died down.
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