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This week in the news; Ubisoft seeks investors to prevent possible hostile takeover by Vivendi, Source Gaming Team translates an interview with Smash Bros creator, morality without karma points, developer's breakdown of why their game costs $20, Persona 5 info, a hardware autopsy of the Game Boy, state of games at Museum of Modern Art, PS4 3.5 update beta, Sega fan survey, Cyberpunk 2077 composer, Playstation TV discontinued, Battlefield 5 set in WWI, Life is Strange dev releases screenshots and info on their new game, Twitch gets chat replays, Aevee Bee talks about pacing and level design in JRPGs, Unsung Story Kickstarter considering offering refunds in some way, Danny O'Dwyer talks about how to get into games journalism, GaymerX panels, Frozenbyte's demo of their new game will influence the sale price, Riot standardizes penalties for pro players, Fallout 4's Creation Kit release, and more. Source Gaming Team Translates Interview With Sakurai The Source Gaming Team translated a recent interview with the Smash Bros creator where he talks about the games DLC characters and says that people should forget about console wars and enjoy the games themselves. The translation has three parts and they did a video discussing it that can also be found at the link above. Ubisoft Is Afraid Of A Hostile Takeover Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tours Ubisoft Montreal Ubisoft Disputes EA Trademark for "Ghost" It looks like EA has withdrawn its trademark application for Ghosts. The Division Won't Have Microtransactions, Ubisoft Says Twitch Gets Chat Replay Feature Recorded live streams will now display the chat, Twitch mods will be able to moderate the chat as though it were live and messages deleted will not show up. Steam Dev Fights Price Complaints With Excellent Breakdown Of Why Game Costs $20 Probe Software founder Fergus McGovern passes away The stats on how YouTube affects game success Some stats on how Youtube effect the success and sales of video games. Frozenbyte's new stealth game demo is also a pricing contest There's a VR version of Superhot in the works In a recent Kickstarter update the team revealed that they are doing some work in VR. Rainbow Six Siege Patch Notes Include New Anti-Cheating Measures and More The new Rainbow Six patch has some tweaks and bug fixes, but the primary goal is to help prevent cheating before the game's Pro League starts in March. Take a peek at 'Life is Strange' studio's next game, 'Vampyr' The developer of Life is Strange and Remember Me have released some screenshots, information, and a concept video for their next game, Vampyr. A post-war action-RPG about a vampire doctor in the middle of the Spanish flu pandemic. The game will be released on the PC, PS4, and Xbox One. A thread about this was created here Uncharted 4 open beta launching this week — in the UK An open beta for Uncharted 4's multiplayer will begin in the UK on March 4th. Copper Dreams is a cyberpunk cRPG - here's the first trailer After Setbacks, Dev Behind Final Fantasy Tactics Creator's New JRPG Considering Refunds In a recent Kickstarter update the developer said that they are considering offering refunds in some manner. Daedalic announces Deponia Doomsday, coming next week SOME THOUGHTS ON PC RHYTHM GAMING Harmonix talks about PC rhythm gaming. Disgaea PC is now available on Steam, but performance is shaky Beta for PlayStation 4’s 3.50 Update Starts Soon – Key Features Detailed Some new features include friend online notification, remote play, and appearing offline. ...How was notifications and appearing offline not already a thing? BAFTA award-winning makers of Lumino City announce Inks As you hit the ball it will leave a trail of color behind, hitting objects will splash paint over an area like you are throwing paint on a canvas. The Witcher 3 composer confirmed for Cyberpunk 2077 Marcin Przybyłowicz will be composing music for Cyberpunk 2077. Persona 5 director shares new tidbits in March 2016 issue of Persona Some information about the games setting and characters was revealed by director Katsura Hashino. Shantae and the Pirate's Curse Jumps To Xbox One Next Month The third game in the Shantae series will arrive on March 16th on the Xbox One, it will also be released for the PS4 later this year and the fourth game in the series should make it to both consoles (as well as the PC and Wii U) when it releases later this year. Quantum Break is full of Alan Wake easter eggs Take a look at the article and included video to see some of the times Quantum Break mentions Alan Wake. Neverending Nightmares Creeps Its Way to the PS4 and Vita The game will have some improvements, including making it easier to see the branching story paths without having to play through sections again. Mind Zero Dungeon Crawls to PC This March Former Vita exclusive will be releasing on the PC March 18th. PSP's PlayStation Store Being Removed Soon, Here's When The Playstation store will be removed on the PSP on March 31st, you can still make purchases through the Playstation store website and can access your previous downloads. PlayStation TV Discontinued in the US, Europe Shippments to the Americas and Europe were stopped in 2015, but will continue in Asia. Gears of War Ultimate Edition PC Has Problems with AMD Hardware The Ultimate Edition of Gears of War has launched with some problems on the PC. Kingdom Come may be held back on PC for simultaneous console release Warhorse may have to delay the PC version of the game, as their publisher and distributor may want the PC, PS4, and Xbox One versions of the game to all arrive at the same time. A thread about this was created here Possible Xbox One Hardware Upgrade in the Pipeline, Says Phil Spencer Phil Spencer talks about plans for new hardware capabilities during a console generation. Sega to Fans: "Help Us Make Our Games Better" Sega has created a survey to help them make their games better. Ori and the Blind Forest Definitive Edition Set for PC and Xbox One Release The remastered version of Ori and the Blind Forest will be released on March 11th on the Xbox One and PC. Hard West's Scars of Freedom DLC augments the game with new limbs and organs Xbox Tech Director on Windows 10 PC Gaming: "We Will Fix Vsync" Rocket League Reaches 12 Million Players, As Dev Explains Sales Breakdown Across the PC, PS4, and Xbox One Rocket League has a player base of over 12 million players. Trailer for Sunless Sea's Zubmariner DLC details the Zee floor The DLC doesn't have a date yet but the atmosphere looks good, the trailer can be seen at the link, and Sunless Sea can be bought for a low price in the current Humble Bundle. New Shenmue 3 screenshots prove the game is still happening Some new screenshots of Shenmue III have been released, check the article to see the rest. Halo 5's New Expansion Content Detailed New game modes and a new map are included. Fire Emblem Fates Sells 300,000 Copies at Launch, Breaking Records Fire Emblem Fates sold over 300,000 copies during its first weekend of sales. Battlefield 5 rumored to be set in World War One Swiss retailer lists the new Battlefield as a WWI shooter. A thread about this was created here Far Cry Primal Day One Patch Adds "Expert Mode" and More Fallout 4's Creation Kit planned for PC around April, consoles a month later Todd Howard says that the creation kit for the PC should arrive around April, the Xbox One in May, and the PS4 in June. In esports news Building a sport: The design philosophy of League of Legends Riot standardizes penalties for pro players, creates Pro Player Panel Policing Behavior in eSports and 'League of Legends' Gabe Newell calls fired host of Dota 2 Shanghai Major an "ass" Fired Dota 2 Commentator On Why Valve Dropped Him Odd that Valve hired him in the first place, sounds like the kind of guy you wouldn't want to represent you if you were looking to make esports appear more respectable. Valve Raises Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Tournament Prize Pools to $1 Million Counterstrike tournament gets a larger prize pool. StarCraft II Pro Defends Perfectly Against Surprise Zerg All-In Check the article for the full video. In crowdfunding news Nelo A thread about this was created here Consortium: The Tower's rescue plan revealed They will be taking their campaign to Fig with a lower goal. Other content I found interesting this week Game Boy autopsy: What's inside Nintendo's classic handheld From a newly launched Youtube channel focused on "retro, music, programming." Shows the GameBoy hardware and how programming was done on it and on RollerCoaster Tycoon. Some corrections were made in this short video. Bad Hands in Firewatch How To Break Into Games Journalism Nobody Cares About It But It’s The Only Thing That Matters: Pacing And Level Design In JRPGs Game Maker's Toolkit - Morality in the Mechanics Justin on the importance of FFVII’s Barrett to him The State of Games at MoMA 4 Years Later (Part One) and (Part Two) New Arrivals – Great Levels in Gaming A video taking look at the first level of Dead Space. How it does a great job showing the game's systems and how EA's testers had trouble understanding the dismember mechanics. GXTalks: GX3 GaymerX has been posting some of their panels over the last month, with the more recent two being Creating Characters and Stories with Ethnic Dysphoria Gaming and the Performance of Deviant Sexuality Anyone interested can look at those or the other recent videos they have been posting in the last month to their channel with panels with people like Anthony Burch and Katherine Cross. Wasteland Jimmy Maher's writes about the history of Wasteland. Jake Solomon explains the careful use of randomness in Xcom 2 Solving XCOM’s Snowball Problem Tom Francis talks about ways that the developer could have solved the games problems with snowballing difficulty (after about 20 missions where I didn't get shot at, I agree with his ideas, maybe we will see some mods implement things like this). Nintendo vs. Video Game Rentals - Gaming Historian