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This week in gaming; Nintendo NX rumored to be portable, Nvidia Titan X, trends that will change the future of the industry, Sega puts on embarrassing show for Sonic's 25th anniversary, Max Payne's 15th anniversary, the design document for a lost Indiana Jones adventure game, Telltale's games add multiplayer features, a look at some Witcher 3 mods, Battlefield 1 trailer remade with legos, and more.




Gaming News


Nintendo NX is a portable console with detachable controllers



Nintendo's upcoming NX will be a portable, handheld console with detachable controllers, a number of sources have confirmed to Eurogamer.

Nintendo shares plummet after it points out it doesn't make Pokémon Go


Nintendo’s share price on the Tokyo Stock Exchange has plummeted 17% in one day, apparently due to investors belatedly discovering that the company doesn’t actually make Pokémon Go, the latest mobile gaming phenomenon.


Nvidia's new $1,200, 12 GB Titan X hits next month


Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang unveiled the company’s new Titan X graphics card last night, saying it’s 60 percent faster than the original Titan X.


Latest No Man's Sky trailer focuses on combat

No Man’s Sky - TRADE Video | PS4

The patented “superformula” that could cause a legal headache for No Man’s Sky


With No Man's Sky's highly anticipated release just weeks away, a Dutch company is objecting to the game's alleged use of a patented "superformula" to generate landscapes and terrain.

Developer has since posted

No Man’s Sky Will Not Require PlayStation Plus


Hello Games’ No Man’s Sky features a vast universe, quintillions of planets, and seemingly endless opportunities for exploration. But you should probably plan on doing it alone, even though there is technically multiplayer support.

No Man’s Sky PC release pushed back


No Man's Sky will now launch on Windows PC worldwide on Aug. 12, according to the game’s about page. That’s three days after the game hits PlayStation 4 in North America, where it launches Aug. 9.


Watch Marcus Fenix back in action in new Gears of War 4 gameplay


The seven-minute walkthrough opens with Marcus' voice, but don't expect to get a great look at him.

Gears of War 4's PC-exclusive features detailed


The upcoming Gears of War 4 will be one of the very first Xbox Play Anywhere releases, with digital purchases cross-playable between Windows 10 and Xbox One - but the question is, what exclusive enhancements can PC owners enjoy that leverage the more powerful hardware, and to what extent is the game customisable?


Mafia 3 live-action trailer builds "the legend of Lincoln Clay"


NBA 2K17 Features League Expansion



Hello everyone!  For those of you that don’t know me already, my name is Erick Boenisch, Senior Producer on NBA 2K17.  Many of you may know me by my online handle, SimBaller.  I’d like to be the first person to welcome you to NBA 2K17!  The team here at Visual Concepts has been working relentlessly on this year’s game, and I’m extremely proud to show you one of the new features that we know you will all really enjoy.

NBA 2K17 Will Feature Australian Boomers, Second Ever National Team to Appear in the Series


2K Games has announced that its upcoming NBA 2K17 will include the Australian Boomers in its playable roster. This marks the second time ever for a national team to be part of roster in the NBA 2K series, with the first being Team USA.


How Deus Ex: Mankind Divided's Different Play Styles Can Change The Story


"Did you avoid the sandstorm?" producer Olivier Proulx from developer Eidos Montreal later asked. I’d taken my time sneaking my way through the facility, carefully knocking the enemies I encountered unconscious in order to remain undetected. Upon reaching my destination, a short cutscene revealed the onset of the sandstorm he was talking about.

I'd initially thought the weather event to be unavoidable.

To help players experience all these possible paths, Mankind Divided will also offer a New Game Plus mode, which carries over all unlocked augmentations. Proulx said that someone rushing through the game and ignoring side missions would be able to finish the main story in 20 to 30 hours, although game time could "easily go past 30 hours." And as a treat for dedicated fans, completing Mankind Divided on Hard difficulty unlocks a mode titled, "I Never Asked For This." In this setting, players will only have one life to get through the game. Progress can be saved along the way, but if the player dies, that save gets deleted.


Get the details on Quake Champions’ playable characters


A new interview with id Software’s creative director Tim Willits revealed key details regarding the new playable classes in its upcoming game Quake Champions.


Sega announces two new Sonic games


Sega has announced two new Sonic games - one that's a retro remake of sorts and one that's completely new.


The Walking Dead's third season screens shows off Telltale's improved engine



The Walking Dead: Season Three will - finally - see developer Telltale update the engine of its undead survival series.

Telltale taking its games multiplayer, starting with Batman


Telltale's games have always been an engrossing, occasioanlly gut-wrenching, single-player experience. But now, the studio is implementing a new feature called Crowd Play that will allow family, friends and even large audiences to join in to help make those decisions with you.


Here’s 12 Minutes Of The Infinite War From Call of Duty


If you want a vision of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a robot face – forever. In Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare [official site], you will play as the boot.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare trailer shows off the Retribution, your flying space fortress

This is Why Game of Thrones' Jon Snow Is in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare


The Turing Test Gets Release Date, Asks Big Questions


Obduction delayed another month to late August


Obduction, the spiritual successor to Myst from Cyan Worlds, is now set for release Aug. 24, the studio announced today.


Halo Wars 2: New Character Images and Details Revealed



Following the Halo Wars 2 panel at San Diego Comic-Con today where new characters were announced, GameSpot can reveal more details about them and some images.


Rive's Wii U version may get canned in favour of NX


"We won't release Rive unless it's a solid 60FPS."


Civilization 6 Preorders Come With Early Access to Another Civ



2K and Firaxis have revealed another of the playable civilizations in Civilization VI, but this is one you'll have to wait to try for yourself unless you preorder.

Civilization 6 trailer offers first look at its take on France


Catherine de Medici is your leader if you choose to play as France in Civilization 6, and as a new trailer reveals, her specialities are related to espionage and mid-game wonders.


Two New Injustice 2 Characters Revealed


Also during the panel, NetherRealm confirmed Injustice comics writer Tom Taylor would be returning to the franchise to write the new game. Boon also said a port to PC is "likely."


Marvel: Ultimate Alliance remasters hitting PC this Tuesday



There's no word on whether the games' reams of downloadable content will be included in the package, but on the plus side, M:UA Remaster executive producer Mike Jones has said that "anything is possible" regarding a third entry in the series.

I really like the games. Shame they are overpriced and that people are saying they aren't running well, aren't recognizing controllers, don't look any better, and that they didn't include the DLC characters.




If you asked me to describe bitHuffel’s second title, Sinner’s Sorrow, in one word after having seen the teaser trailer, it’d be bleak. It’s all skeleton soldiers, sentient trees, large demons, bashed iron shields; dark medieval conflict. It’s also a drastic departure from the studio’s first project, Zenizenzic (2015), but for developer Ruud Koorevaar that’s half the fun. “On this new project I want to be challenged by new ideas and new approaches,” said. “Going completely the opposite direction in regards to art style and gameplay is definitely one way to accomplish that.”


New South Park: The Fractured But Whole Video Reveals Where The Name Came From


Conception II Bringing Date-O-Dungeoning To PC


After a few years on pocket computers, Spike Chunsoft’s weird and trashy dating sim-cum-dungeon crawler is coming to PC. It will explain all about babby.


Falcom CEO thinking about making The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III a PS4-exclusive



The latest issue of Dengeki PlayStation features an interview with Falcom president and CEO Toshihiro Kondo, who disucsses a bit about the upcoming The Legend of Herores: Trails of Cold Steel III.


Yakuza 6 launches December 8 in Japan


Bear With Me Investigates Plush Noir In August


I’m not usually one for riffs on the “hard-bitten detective noirish point and click” genre because it’s so rare for people to do truly interesting things with it but Bear With Me [official site] seems to offer up some nice twists on the idea in its trailer – I mean, first up the hard-bitten detective is actually a teddy bear.


Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 revealed, hits this September


Procedural Pooches: Death Road To Canada


And on the Death Road To Canada, you can teach a dog to drive a car. Dysentery be damned; this is the kind of feature 2016’s survivalist demands.




It seems like every other week we’re hearing about a new game that wants to use robots, spaceships and/or the concept of a digital future to make a larger point about the world we live in. Many of these games work well; others, not so much. The genre oversaturation ensures that any new game checking off one or many of these boxes needs some way to stand out from the rest of the crowd.

And, lo, a pretty, low-poly contender just pushed its way to the front.




To recap, in Event[0], you play the sole crew member of an AI-operated spacecraft named Nautilus. Kaizen is constantly juggling emotions ranging from loneliness to jealousy to euphoria, which you will have to learn to manage. She is your only friend in space and, more importantly, the only way back home to Earth.


Konami Signs PES Partnership Deal With FC Barcelona




Our Own Storm’s tagline is “a war game about compassion,” and all of its narrative and mechanical designs are geared towards that. You begin the game as the prisoner—or whatever you might want to call them—and once you get killed, you automatically switch characters to control the killer. “The player will be on all sides of the war: soldiers sieging the city, rebels holding out, and civilians caught in the middle,” Cox II said.


New Mobius Final Fantasy Trailer Shows Off Its Impressive Visuals


Suda51’s The Silver Case remastered has a trailer


Grasshopper Manufacture just released the first trailer for the HD remastering of their 1999 debut title, The Silver Case, directed by Goichi "Suda51" Suda.




The stealth strategy game Signal Decay, previously known as Squad of Saviors, has just made its way to Steam Greenlight. The premise is simple: you wake up one day and the rest of the world has come under the sway of some indomitable evil, so it’s up to you (and up to three of your friends!) to save humanity. Simple. But Signal Decay’s not content to just send you into the shadows and have that be that.


Crusader Kings II Is Getting A Poxy, Plaguey Expansion


Crusader Kings II [official site] is set in more sickly times though and the next expansion to the bestest of all historical strategy games will explore illness, death and all that other good stuff.


Battlezone 98 Redux Launches Red Odyssey Expansion



PS4 Rise of the Tomb Raider Preorders Come With Free Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition


The preorder bonus was revealed on the PlayStation Store listing for Rise of the Tomb Raider. Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition is the PS4 remaster of the Tomb Raider series' 2013 reboot that was critically acclaimed at launch.


Rainbow Six Siege's Next Big Update Detailed



As with previous expansions, this next one, Operation Skull Rain, adds two Operators and a map. The map puts players in a Brazilian favela that Ubisoft describes in a blog post as Siege's "most destructible map to date."


Total War: Warhammer gets pile of free DLC



Total War: Warhammer is getting minotaurs courtesy of its Call of the Beastmen expansion, but what about all the loyal customers that don't want to shell out money for the DLC - don't they deserve some extra stuff too? No, not really, but it's nice of developer Creative Assembly to provide some anyway.


Necropolis will see major changes in response to reviews and criticism



Necropolis, the new Dark Souls-inspired roguelike, will receive considerable updates after receiving criticism for some of its key game elements, according to a post on Steam by developer Harebrained Schemes.


Duelyst is the latest game to get a crate and key system



Yesterday Duelyst received its 1.68 patch, introducing a swath of new cosmetic features to the game. The long awaited Prismatic cards were introduced, “foil” versions of existing cards with custom visual effects, along with cosmetic card backs, new emotes, and custom profile icons. Additionally, a “crate and key” system similar to that of CS:GO, TF2, and most recently Rocket League was introduced as an alternate way to acquire these cosmetics.


Paragon dev hand out 27,000 bans this month, plan multiple class nerfs next



Epic Games has handed out about 27,000 one-day and three-day bans to Paragon players as they continue their work on evolving the live, early-access game, said Steve Superville, the game’s creative director.


The Witcher 3 first-person mod gives gamers a Geralt's-eye view of the world

This Witcher 3 mod brings Dark Souls difficulty to Novigrad


G2A’s CEO on fraud, money laundering and the future of his online marketplace



In the last few weeks, G2A has seemingly made concessions in favor of developers by agreeing to, among other things, offer a form of royalty payments. Since Polygon began covering the story, G2A has even made changes in how it verifies the the identity of its users.

Now G2A wants to set the record straight about its business practices. It offered up the company’s chief executive officer, Bartosz Skwarczek, for an interview.

Humble Bundle outlines fraud prevention strategy following G2A fiasco


Humble Bundle has opened up about how it works to prevent fraud after a recent battle between key reseller G2A and developer TinyBuild raised concerns regarding the bartering of second-hand game keys.


Ubisoft's fortunes rise thanks to strong Q1 sales of digital goods



French developer and publisher Ubisoft posted earnings for its first quarter of the fiscal year today that were a bit better than the company's internal projections, due in large part to sales of digital goods.


Heroes of the Storm player arrested for death threats against Blizzard



28-year-old Stephen Cebula was arrested last week after sending threatening messages to Blizzard Entertainment and players of its games, most notably Heroes of the Storm.


It's OK, Richard Garriott is protected by spells from harmful use of his blood



I tell you what Richard Garriott and Starr Long did about it, because people actually bought their blood: they had members of their Shroud of the Avatar community cast spells on them for protection. Yes really.


Level-5 trademarks Lady Layton, Inazuma Eleven Ares, Megaton Musashi, and more in Europe



Level-5 filed a number of new trademarks in Europe on July 25.


Quantic Dream’s Christopher Schmitz Becomes IO Interactive’s Executive Producer



Schmitz, who has 25+ years of experience in the gaming industry, comes from French studio Quantic Dream where he served as Director of Production.


Former PlayStation indie game head honcho Adam Boyes joins Iron Galaxy Studios


Sony's former indie game guru Adam Boyes has joined Killer Instinct and Divekick developer Iron Galaxy Studios as its CEO.


Here's Kojima Productions' new studio trailer





The Witcher 3 developer CD Projekt is interested in PlayStation 4 and Xbox One cross-play for Gwent: The Witcher Card Game.


Valve Issues Cease And Desist Letter To 23 Counter-Strike Gambling Sites



Counter-Strike gambling sites may not be long for this world, as Valve has sent a letter demanding they change practices in the next 10 days or the company will “pursue all available remedies including without limitation terminating your accounts.”


Machinarium Has Sold Lots And Lots Of Copies



Released in 2009, the game took Amanita from relatively obscure to suddenly in front of the crowds, the game much more immediately accessible than their previously more esoteric offerings, despite still featuring their trademark collage of nature and machinery, distinctive animation, and a design that encourages you to explore the screen with your cursor.


Report: China pushes past US to lead the world in App Store game revenue



Mobile market research firm App Annie's latest report suggests that China has finally surpassed the United States to become the world leader in games revenue generated on the iOS App Store.


Esports News


Here's your first look at League's updated esports spectator HUD


Overwatch Open pro tournament puts $300,000 up for grabs



The Overwatch pro scene took a big step forward today with the announcement of the Overwatch Open, a new tournament being held by Eleague and Faceit. Players from North America and Europe will do battle for their share of a $300,000 prize pool, including $100,000 for the grand prize winner, making it the most lucrative Overwatch tourney to date.


Isaiah “TriForce” Johnson: building the Jamaican esports community into an industry



In esports, for every big-name region like China or the US, there’s dozens of smaller regions that have never found international success. Nowhere is this more true than Jamaica and the Caribbean, where Isaiah “Triforce” Johnson, founder of Empire Arcadia, is fighting to help turn an esports community into an esports industry.





Let me provide a bit about me, as I’m sure you might be wondering “who the hell is this guy?” In the esports world, I am an ex-semi-pro player who now serves as the Chief Brand Officer for Team eLevate. Outside of that sphere, I am an academic; a researcher in the education world, with a Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership. My focus is on the intersect between people and technology. Amazing how gaming fits within that sphere.


Why the CS:GO gambling lawsuits signal a coming of age for the entire esports industry



Esports has been around a long time. Our industry is rooted in the arcades of the late ‘70s and early ‘80s, and the garage and basement LANs of the ‘90s. The invention of multiple controller ports in home consoles came with it the drive to dominate the household, or the neighborhood… or the nation. With the growth of esports, that became possible.

But the purpose of esports is changing, and it has been for a while. Talk of legitimacy, of professionalization. Of revenue and sponsorship. Of stability and regulation. These goals have replaced those of old. And one major change in the industry this month—the Valve CS:GO gambling lawsuits—is the culmination of all of this new way of thinking. These lawsuits signal a changing of the guard for the very soul of esports.

The adolescence of esports is ending. We’re finally coming of age.


Alibaba invests $150 million in esports



Chinese internet giant Alibaba Sports Group is looking to grow its esports reach with a new partnership with the International Esports Federation (IeSF).


Crowdfunding News


911 Operator


PC game about Emergency Services - Answer emotional 911 calls, give First Aid Instructions, play on ANY CITY in the world!


System Shock Remake Coming to PS4



Hey everyone, this is Jason again. I have some really exciting news to share. I fear the the subject title gives away the surprise… but I’ll go into more detail on things. :-)

Nightdive Clarify “RPG Stuff” In System Shock Remake


The $1.4m target had initially read “RPG elements” and Nightdive have acknowledged that “it was vague and misleading”. Now, they’ll be adding more maps if they reach $1.4m and those RPG elements will be included whatever the final figure. Here’s what that means.


Bard's Tale IV Character Progression



Experience is a concept that RPG fans should be very accustomed to. Besting foes, solving ancient riddles, and rediscovering forgotten parts of the old world all grant experience, which naturally leads to leveling up. In The Bard's Tale IV, our goal with character advancement is to find a balanced system that always provides a meaningful amount of growth at even its smallest increments, while also being fun to use. For us, this centers around our skill tree.


Other content I found interesting this week


11 video game trends that will change the future of the industry


In a Q&A session, Vlambeer’s Rami Ismail said: “The industry moves so fast that I think a lot of advice from two years ago, unless it’s very generic advice, does not really apply in the same way anymore.”

Here, then, is what we heard the games industry talking about this year, and what could change the way games are made in the near future.





Valkyria Chronicles (2008/2016) is, like so many others, a game about WWII—but with a few tweaks. Imagine the story as you know it, but this time both the Axis and the Allies are self-interested conquerors; the real heroes are the neutral Swiss; Jews are hated for their dark hair and alleged warlock powers (that one adheres distressingly close to history); and the entire war is actually about securing a natural resource called ragnite, which can do everything from heal the sick to power tanks. Oh, and pure-blooded Aryans shoot energy bolts out of massive stone lances. Historical accuracy is not the game’s objective. All names have been replaced with fantastical alternatives: Europe is “Europa”; Switzerland “Gallia”; Nazis “The Empire”; Jews “Darcsens”; Aryans “Valkyrians.” But these cosmetic alterations should not obscure the astonishing aim of Valkyria Chronicles, a contemporary Japanese game about the European campaign of our species’ most documented global conflict that attempts to turn the traditional narrative of that conflict on its head. Specifically, it reconstructs the WWII story through the lens of humanism.


Read the design document for a lost Indiana Jones adventure game



Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis is often regarded as one of LucasArts' strongest adventure games from the 1990s. One of the many creations born of the legendary SCUMM engine, the game itself promised that Indiana Jones would return in a sequel that never materialized, but LucasArts fansite The International House of Mojo (also known as Mixnmojo) has dug up details on what that sequel might have been.


Local Co-Op is The Most Consistently Appealing Mode of Social Gaming Across Gender and Age



Asking gamers whether they like to play with other people actually gets pretty complicated. Are we talking co-op or competitive? Do you mean local or online? With friends or with strangers? So in a recent survey, we decided to break all this down.


Getting Confused In Games Can Be A Good Thing


Asemblance and Inside are wonderfully haunting games that love to confuse the player. While this might be annoying to some, I think it’s pretty great. In this video, we’ll take a look at how games can design for confusion and how that can radically change the experience.


Final Fantasy III Retrospective: Hope You Like Losing Progress



If you were to ask a Final Fantasy fan to describe the iconic Square series, they might rattle off a series of terms: crystals, classes, chocobos. Flying airships. Summoned monsters with mythological titles like Ifrit and Shiva. Somebody named Cid.

In other words, Final Fantasy III.


The Importance of Overwatch's Newest Hero, Ana Amari



Everywhere I turned, even within an hour of the announcement, people were making meme images or doing fan art of her. Ana Amari is a noteworthy character in many ways, and I think this is why so many fans have already fallen in love with her.




Shogo: Mobile Armor Division offers an example of a Western first-person shooter that captures the thrilling essence of Japanese mecha works like Patlabor and Venus Wars by combining speedy mechs with the fast-paced gameplay of Doom (1993). Released in 1998 by Monolith Productions, Shogo puts players in the shoes of Sanjuro Makabe, a wise-cracking commander in the United Corporate Authority, who is emotionally recovering from an accident that killed his brother Toshiro and childhood friends Kura and Baku.


I'm Not Saying Emulators Are Cool, BUT... (The Jimquisition)


Discussing emulation as a games pundit can be risky business - it's a taboo subject, and you can't be seen to endorse it even slightly.

However, the existence of emulation ought to be treated more importantly and taken seriously, especially when you consider how devalued a lot of older games can become.


Lest We Forget: World War I in Videogames



WWI Medic is an arcade-style game by Dwarf Fortress creators Bay 12. You play a tiny pixel medic who shuffles along a line of soldiers, ducking into a crawl when bombs threaten to fall, patching up your men when they wave blood-soaked arms for aid. Occasionally a bugle sounds and soldiers charge into no man's land, dying faster than you or the opposing medic you compete against can possibly save them. Even if you “win” there's always another no man's land waiting: WWI Medic doesn't end until you fall, joining the piles of injured men waving for help that will never arrive.


Inside: A Game That Listens


In this GDC 2016 session, independent developer Martin Stig Andersen showcases how indie horror game Inside uses interactive audio design to drive audio into the gameplay experience, and invite players into a more horrific, uncanny space.

Developers provide their [spoiler-free] take on Inside


We gathered comments and insights from several devs. Then we carefully stripped away all but the most general and superficial spoilers, so you can read on without fear of having the game ruined for you.


Jalopy: The Best Game Ever




Bohemian Killing, released last week on Steam, is a game about being guilty. More specifically, it’s a game about being guilty and then convincing a court of law that you’re not.


Games You Might Not Have Tried #9 - Find New Games - Extra Credits


If you want to try games that feel different, that always feel new and ambitious even if they're not necessarily the most polished experiences, then check out this list of Games You Might Not Have Tried. We review and recommend interesting but under appreciated games on a variety of genres and platforms for you to discover and enjoy.


Celebrate Max Payne's 15th anniversary with this video


Max Payne turns 15 years old today, so let's take a look back at the roots of gaming's most iconic noir series.


Paradox Interactive: History and Game Design


This 2016 GDC talk from Paradox's Chris King looks at some of the solutions Paradox Development Studio uses to grapple with making entertaining games based on historical fact.


Things I found entertaining throughout the week relating to video games


Watch Battlefield 1’s reveal trailer remade with Lego


There's an Elite: Dangerous rock opera at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe


This sounds fun: a rock opera based on Elite: Dangerous, at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe next month.


Sega's Sonic 25th Anniversary Shitshow Supercut


Well, "that" famous press conference from Konami has finally been topped. This is the most gloriously terrible event I've seen a game publisher put on.

Talking about what went wrong and why, click to see series of tweets.


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