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This week in the news; GameTrailers shuts down, a look at the failed Dark Knight game that lead to Pandemic's closure, a Kickstarter for an anthology of games writing, Bungie has an interesting message for players with poor connections, a look at the game industry of South Africa, Titanfall 2 will have a single player campaign, gaming will be a big part of Obama's 4 billion Computer Science for All initiative, Blizzard is 25 years old, the history of Steet Fighter 2, how ethnicity influences game design, development has stopped on Unsung Story, pro soccer team signs pro FIFA players, what the aliens in XCOM 2 are really saying, pirating group to stop cracking games to evaluate impact on sales, Amazon releases a free game engine, Metal Gear Solid 5 to get free and paid multiplayer expansions, the casting choices for video game voice actors, how video games are changing the direction of action movies, thoughts on the world of The Division, the history of Sega Power Magazine, and more. GameTrailers shuts down after 13-year run After 13 years GameTrailers is closing down, after recently making changes to the site at the end of November. They were purchased by Defy Media in 2014 who almost immediately began letting staff members go, a few months later they did the same to GameTrailers again and to The Escapist and GameFront, which they also owned. GameFront shut down, The Escapist lost their talent from layoffs and people quitting and they certainly haven't found new talent, and now GameTrailers has shut down. It sounds like you don't want to get bought by Defy Media, although they seem to be aptly named. As is usual with gaming sites closing, their employees seems to have been told about the closure only hours in advance. From a more serious standpoint the sites all likely suffered from other issues, and Defy is probably just incapable of finding a way to fix their issues rather than being the cause of most of them, in Gametrailers' case while they did offer unique content, Youtube has clearly become the place to watch trailers and is where even most gaming sites tend to host their videos. Hosing on Youtube is not going to be bringing a large site much money without a lot of sponsorship deals. Jim Sterling has wrote about GameTrailers' closure, GameTrailers Was A Victim Of Itself. A thread about this was created here The Game Industry of South Africa After flirting with retirement, Peter Molyneux doubles down on making games Peter Molyneux's Godus Wars won’t feature paid DLC after outcry In a recent update the previously paid DLC will now be free. The Witness has grossed over $5 million In its first week the game had sold over 100,000 copies. With the success of the game Blow is considering an Xbox One, iOS, and Android version. XCOM 2 supports the Steam Controller, and no other gamepad Firaxis and Valve collaborated on Steam Controller support for XCOM 2, but no other controller is able to be used. In other XCOM news you can read about how The Long War shaped the development of XCOM 2, how one mod helped define the modern XCOM experience. Mirror's Edge Catalyst backstory detailed, closed beta announced Fallout 4, Skyrim Director Getting Lifetime Achievement Award He is being honored for "innovative contributions to open-world gameplay and game development." Bayonetta Dev Explains Why It Can't Focus Entirely on Original IP Platinum games found it difficult to develop only original IPs but says that they have been given a great deal of freedom when they work with the IPs of other companies. Doom hits May 13, collector's edition includes foot-tall demon statue Mother 3 will finally get Western release - report Square Enix Profits Surge Thanks to Mobile and PC Games Square Enix has seen a profit increase of 60% over their previous year. Batman: Arkham Knight Canceled for Mac/Linux Both versions of the game have been cancelled and refunds can be requested through Steam. Cities: Skylines Snowfall Sweeping In On February 18th Kojima and Del Toro Will Reunite This Month for Special Presentation Kojima and Del Toro will provide the keynote address at the 2016 D.I.C.E. Summit later this month. Downwell is coming to PS4, Vita Downwell is heading to the PS4 and Vita. Final Fantasy Tactics Director's Kickstarted Game Shelved Indefinitely In Favor Of Other Projects Surprise: Final Fantasy IX Is Out Now On Phones Final Fantasy IX has been released on mobile phones today. The Steam release may follow when the store updates, or soon. iOS Version Of The Binding Of Isaac: Rebirth Rejected From App Store Apple's poorly thought out guidelines sees another game rejected from their storefront. They really need to change the way they view game content when it comes to reviewing content like historic imagery, sexuality, and violence which currently seems to offer no room for any nuance, seeing Binding of Issac as violence against children, sexuality and nudity as porn, and removing Ultimate General Gettysburg for having the Confederate Flag (they were likely being spammed by very racist games at the time but they need to do a better job looking into things). Pirating Group to Stop Cracking Some Games to Evaluate Impact on Sales The Division open beta launches next week The open beta will start on the 18th for the Xbox One and on the 19th for the PC and PS4, it will run until the 21st. Titanfall 2 Has Single-Player Campaign, TV Spinoff Show in the Works - Report A thread about this was created here Metal Gear Solid 5 Free and Paid Expansion Content Detailed Watch Dark Souls 3's haunting opening cinematic Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter Cursing May Spend a Night in the Woods this fall Hitmakers: Hitman Beta Feb 19th H1Z1 is splitting into two games, headed to consoles H1Z1 is splitting into two games, with one leaving early access and the other remaining in. Gaming likely to be big part of Obama's $4B computer science initiative Amazon Releases Its Own Game Engine For Free Road to the IGF: Red Hook Studios' Darkest Dungeon The producer/design director and the creative director/artist were interviewed about their history and their game. Riot's lead game designer explains why League Of Legend's tutorial sucks Lead designer, Greg Street, says that they don't want to shift resources towards attracting new players but instead work to add more and improving things for existing players. Terror Birds and grappling hooks come to Ark: Survival Evolved The Terror Bird update is live now. Blizzard Is 25 Years Old Today Destiny's February update comes with a bunch of changes to Crucible So if you have a poor connection Bungie says to go fuck yourself, pay more money or just move to a bigger city or another country to fix it. Overwatch's closed beta is back with some big changes Overwatch's closed beta returns. The Offworld Collection The goal of the project was met in two days and additional money just means that the contributors will be paid more for their contributions. A thread about this was created here Here are the first Oculus Rift PC bundles, which you can pre-order Feb. 16 In eSports news Pro Soccer Team Signs FIFA Esports Players The German team Wolfsburg has hired two pro FIFA players to help them branch out into competitive gaming. At 7-0, North America's Best League Of Legends Team Has Nothing To Prove In other articles/videos I've found interesting this week Peek at the cancelled Batman The Dark Knight game Black Video Game Characters Are Still Often Voiced by White Actors Street Fighter 2 An Oral History How Video Games Are Changing the Action Movie A look at how video games have likely influenced the direction of movies. The Division Doesn't Want You to Think About 9/11 One of the enemy types is Riker's Island Inmates, I really couldn't imagine anyone who put any thought into it not thinking that the game would have really terrible subtext. Interview with Nightcrawler - ROMhacking.net ‘SEGA POWER’ AND THE LSD-FUELED STORY OF THE CRAZIEST GAMING MAGAZINE EVER HOW DOES ETHNICITY INFLUENCE GAME DESIGN? Why I’m Looking Forward to More ‘Just Good Friends’ Relationships in Video Games Relatively MEDITATING ON KENTUCKY ROUTE ZERO Guest Column: The Redemption of the Inquisition Rowan Kaiser talks about what worked and what didn't in Dragon Age Inquisition's final DLC in this weeks Guest Column on Giant Bomb. What XCOM 2’s Evil Aliens Are Really Saying Finally Jim Sterling has an amusing response to the common jackass that doesn't know the difference between offering criticism and being a terrible person.