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The origin story of Creative Assembly, the anchoring effect on review scores and game sales, Assassin's Creed Origin to add educational mode with tours and information about Egypt from historians and Egyptologists, layoffs at Volition, Mark Brown examines how fan made AM2R and Metroid Returns alter the tone and feel of Metroid 2, Prey and being the unreliable narrator of your own story, Youtube forces joining creator program for the ability to share links on Patreon, Battlefront 2 (original) multiplayer restored for GOG and Steam, Nioh Compete Edition will soon release on PC, why Dragon Age breaking with canon leads to richer lore, Noclip posts the first part of their documentary on The Witcher and CD Projekt, Nintendo Creators Program no longer allows streaming and Nintendo shutting down eshop for Wii and Wii U, Atlus fails to take down PS3 emulator Patreon, Wii Shop going to be closing for Wii and WiiU, 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) YouTube’s policy on Patreon, external links will hit new creators hardest Nintendo Creators Program Will No Longer Let YouTubers Live-Stream Nintendo Has Announced the End of the Wii Shop Channel Sony Announces An Updated PlayStation VR Headset Red Dead Redemption 2 I Hated the First 'Red Dead Redemption 2' Trailer... Then I Re-Watched It Six Indie Games You Need To Know From PAX West '17 [SSFF] 6 Awesome Things We Did in the Wolfenstein 2 New Orleans Demo Assassin's Creed Origins - Sand Cinematic Trailer Assassin’s Creed Origins zero-combat mode coming next year Nioh: Complete Edition coming to PC, release date set Latest Star Citizen video shows off detailed animation system Advance Wars Lives On In Spirit With Tiny Metal Impressions | TGS 2017 Call of Duty: WWII devs: 'This is the year that we're going to give it our best shot to win the hearts and minds of the PC community' SMGs already nerfed in the Call of Duty: WWII open beta, more changes coming Hackers have already infiltrated the Call of Duty: WWII open beta Watch Us Stomp Around As A T. Rex In Exclusive Super Mario Odyssey Gameplay Shenmue 3 now has facial expressions The Evil Within 2's Father Theodore flaunts horrifying flame-throwing henchmen Let's Play Scorn Without Vomiting Creepy prison horror Inmates is out in two days - here’s the launch trailer Star Wars Battlefront 2 story scene reveals the Emperor's final command The Battlefront 2 open beta begins Friday - here are the start times How Star Wars Battlefront 2 Has Improved On The Battlefront Formula Darth Maul Arcade Mode Gameplay - Star Wars: Battlefront 2 Beta Aftercharge, the 3v3 asynchronous FPS, will hold an 'open alpha' next weekend Monolith Explains Changes To Tolkien's Lore In Shadow Of War Chucklefish on Wargroove's ambitious branching narratives and mod support Unsung Story developer announces PS4, Switch and Xbox One versions Co-op crawler Freaky Awesome gloops out in Oct The developer tells us more about Spellbound (working title), its next long-term project. Atelier Lydie & Suelle is coming to PC early 2018 Gran Turismo Sport time-limited demo coming Oct. 9 Verdant Skies is a farming sim where you play as a space scientist Code Vein teases more demon-slaying Souls-like in-game footage Blazing Chrome polishes running and gunning to a mirror shine Star Control: Origins is delayed, but a public beta is coming The story behind Space Channel 5 VR The developers of SOMA have two new games in production Swery’s cat RPG The Good Life will also have dogs Pyre's 'True Nightwing' update adds complimentary ironman-style mode Star Wars: Battlefront 2 multiplayer restored, now with Steam/GOG crossplay People are struggling to play Star Wars: Battlefront 2 classic's restored multiplayer Dead Rising 4 to add photography challenges and other fan-requested features Final Fantasy 15’s new story content kills a big fan theory Overwatch’s Halloween Terror event returns next week Overwatch patch 1.16: instant ultimates, a clearer UI, and a slower Tracer Dawn of War 3 ditches its in-game currency Interview: Absolver's slap, code of honor, and future updates Europa Universalis IV expands on the Middle East with Cradle of Civilization DLC Horde Mode Coming to 'Fortnite' This Week One of Elite: Dangerous’ mysterious aliens is dead, and Harry Potter is to blame Cuphead players on Windows are running into a nasty save bug In August, Overwatch had more players and Hearthstone made more money than ever before Jeff Kaplan opens up about how 'scary and intimidating' the Overwatch community can be Battle.net is getting Appear Offline and Discord-like groups soon Hawken is being closed and removed from Steam in January Big Layoffs Hit Agents of Mayhem Developer Volition PUBG hit with stream of negative reviews following Chinese in-game ads Atlus tries, fails to take down Patreon for PS3 emulator via DMCA Former Square Enix Employee Arrested For Allegedly Stocking Up Game Consoles For Resale Ubisoft Milan: "I see a really brilliant future in front of us" PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds gets its own company, PUBG Corp PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds devs explain why Asian servers have had so many issues The PC's Best Anti-Piracy Technology Appears to be Defeated Sony Interactive Entertainment’s Andrew House steps down, John Kodera appointed president and CEO Waking up to localization Final Fantasy XIV: Closing in on peak WoW Turtle Rock's VR push: "It really is the future of computing" Obituary: Metal Gear Solid and Fallout voice actor Barry Dennen The best Divinity: Original Sin 2 mods Esports News The Weekend In Esports: Smash Bros. Lights Up The Utah Jazz's Arena We didn't expect to see Shaq and J.Lo talking about competitive Overwatch today OPINION: Overwatch League’s Lack of Globalization Will Be Its Downfall This Is How You Manage A Retreat In StarCraft II RuneScape’s PvP tournament went badly wrong CS:GO team shaken up after player sends death threat Saving 'Super Smash': Why Nintendo's Fighting Game Scene Struggles Time Is Running Out For The Super Smash Bros. Scene's Favorite Game Controller Esports fans follow a lot more than one game each Crowdfunding News (not sharing everything I find, just ones that look interesting, have known talent behind them, and a chance to succeed) Flynn: Son of Crimson | Fast paced 2D action platformer Bannermen - Single/Multiplayer RTS with Dynamic Environments Terrain of Magical Expertise RPG - A Game about a Game! Hell Let Loose Content I found interesting this week (interviews, think pieces, history, music, culture, design, art, documentaries, criticism, etc) The untold origin story of Creative Assembly One Man’s Journey From Welfare to World’s Hottest Video Game SNES Classic interviews revisit the creation of 21 great games Gaming's Toxicity Problem Can't Be Solved With DMCAs or Valve Charts The story behind the design of Dishonored: Death of the Outsider Behind the addictive psychology and seductive art of loot boxes A Video Game Writer Explains How Technology Can Make Stories Better (Or Worse) The Quest To Make A Better Video Game Controller Brad McQuaid: "I want to make worlds, not games" Classic Postmortem: No One Lives Forever 2: A Spy in HARM's Way What Video Game Levels Look Like Before They're Finished Breath of the Wild's Biggest Design Secret: Lots Of Triangles It Took 10 Years, But We Finally Have a Good 'Battlestar Galactica' Game When the Void Stares Back: Prey, Post-Humanism and Mental Illness This Game About Domestic Abuse Helped Me Understand My Own Trauma An Eye for the Eyeless “BioShock Infinite: Whose Fantasy?” by Yussef Cole “Burning the City on the Hill,” by Astrid B Why Dragon Age's readiness to break with canon makes its lore much richer Episode 112: Mark Brown on Game Maker's Toolkit and Teaching Players Game Design The Witcher Mini Series - Noclip Documentary Trailer The Story of CD Projekt - Witcher Documentary Live-Translating Final Fantasy VII's Wall Market Found In Translation: Final Fantasy VII, Part Five The Anchoring Effect - Why Review Scores Matter - Extra Credits How AM2R and Samus Returns remade Metroid 2 | Game Maker's Toolkit Sonic Mania - The Fans' Footprint | PostMesmeric A History of Cancelled Metal Gear Solid Games & Concepts Japan's Weird SNES Game: Holy Umbrella - Region Locked Feat. Greg Good game History Respawned: Nioh CRITIQUE: Uncharted: The Lost Legacy - brand new heroes, same old game Resident Evil 4: What are ya buyin? - The Completionist Review Can Games Handle Multiple Perspectives? Cuphead's Producer Explains The Game's Long Development History Watch Q-Games' Dylan Cuthbert share stories of coding Star Fox Why physically hitting Sonic 3D Blast unlocks a secret menu Applying 3D Level Design Skills to the 2D World of Hyper Light Drifter Things I found entertaining throughout the week relating to video games, game communities, or game companies All Casuals Should Be Forced Back In Time (Commentocracy)
Noclip tells the story of the death and rebirth of Final Fantasy XIV, an oral history of Crash Badicoot as told by the developers, Nintendo and Sony on indie games, how Overwatch animation conveys character in first person, David Cage can't keep his story straight, how Creative Assembly maintains a successful company after 30 years, SNES Classic to come with Star Fox 2, Beyond Good and Evil 2 gameplay demo, the problems with E3 and the events future, the games that sail the dark seas, composer abuses DMCA to extort developer, talking to retired pro players about the rise of Esports, Overwatch as a turn based RPG, and more. Gaming News (Announcements, previews, release dates, interviews and writing on upcoming games, DLC, game updates, company and developer news, new tech, mods) Microsoft is adding a GPU monitor to Task Manager in Windows 10 13 AWESOME GAMES YOU MISSED AT E3 2017 .Hack//G.U Last Recode Official Announcement Trailer .hack//G.U. Last Recode details visual, game system, and additional enhancements Total War: WARHAMMER 2 - First Look Campaign Map How 'Shadow of the Colossus' On PS4 Can Perfect a Flawed Masterpiece Shadow Of The Colossus Was Unfinished, And Better Because Of It Far Cry 5: Pet Dogs, Shoot Fundamentalist Christians White Day: A Labyrinth Named School for PC launches August 22, PS4 release delayed to match Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered Goes Standalone For $40 How 'Call of Duty WWII' is Channeling 'World of Warcraft' and Focusing on Teamwork Kratos' Son Could've Been Axed from New 'God of War' God of War: the quest to redeem Kratos Your choice of who lives or dies will radically alter London in Vampyr Dynasty Warriors 9 offers first glimpse of open-world brawls Surprise, A Long-Lost Homeworld Game Is Now For Sale Again Superhero games: Why they don't make 'em like they used to Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite Devs On Preserving Depth, Picking Characters, And Fixing Chun-Li's Face David Cage wants you to believe his games have no meaning Strange Brigade Developer Preview - AngryJoe @E3 2017 'Hunt: Showdown' Has the Potential to be Something Huge Princess Maker 3: Fairy Tales Come True now available for PC via Steam Ubisoft confirms that Skull and Bones will have a single-player 'narrative campaign' Pillars of Eternity - Complete Edition: Console Announcement Trailer 8 Minutes of Last Day of June Gameplay | E3 2017 Choo choo! Toy train builder Tracks chugging into early access in September Gorn is a ridiculously violent VR brawler by the Broforce studio Agents of Mayhem - Bombshells Trailer PES 2018 PC gameplay — full match PES 2018 is definitely not coming to Switch How Assassin's Creed Origins Is Rethinking Open World Design Assassin’s Creed Origins’ New Mission System Sounds Like A Much-Needed Change Quake Champions will run through Steam, id Software confirms Layers of Fear devs on “psychological rape” in their cyberpunk horror Observer Star Citizen Dev Denies That It's Facing Financial Trouble Square Enix's Next JRPG Aims To Fix I Am Setsuna's Flaws Steamworld Dig 2 will release on Steam just after the Nintendo Switch Elex gameplay video is 12 minutes of jetpack-fuelled exploration Official Star Wars Battlefront II — Exclusive Pre-order Content Trailer Why Sony is Making Knack 2 - IGN First Shigeru Miyamoto and Yves Guillemot Discuss Mario + Rabbids Partnership Watch Beyond Good & Evil 2’s 14-minute E3 gameplay demo Beyond Good & Evil 2 is making a lot of promises we've heard before I’m not excited for Beyond Good and Evil 2 L.A. Noire could be getting a remaster with first-person and VR support Nintendo Announces SNES Classic, Which Comes With 21 Stellar Games Why was Star Fox 2 canceled? XCOM 2 expansion teases first Chosen enemy, The Assassin XCOM 2 Expansion - Inside Look: The Reaper Thimbleweed Park's Content Update Adds Hints, New Dialogue Overwatch’s latest patch renders aimbots obsolete Overwatch loot box duplicates are being 'drastically' reduced Overwatch's Confusing Reporting System Is Making Trolling Worse Overwatch Crash Logs Point Toward Doomfist's Imminent Arrival Gorgeous robot adventure Machinarium modernized with new engine and more Big Final Fantasy XV announcements teased for Gamescom 2017 Valkyria Revolution free DLC schedule announced Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds’ next patch tweaks loot spawns, adds guns Major Arma 3 update brings new island and Argo, a standalone 5v5 game Is Annihilation Mode enough to save Dawn of War 3? Final Fantasy XIV's Director Says There's Still So Much More To Do Nintendo Explains Why They Didn't Focus on Indie Games at E3 Discussing the Future of Handheld With Nintendo's Doug Bowser The E3 Interview: PlayStation's Jim Ryan Sponsored article: How to maintain a successful games studio Arkane Studios co-founder exits after 18 years Shardlight designer and Wadjet Eye Games part ways Paradox Interactive rolls back its price increases, will give refunds to purchasers 3 months after launch, Playerunknown's Battlegrounds sells 4M copies PlayerUnknown: ‘I Liked Being Unknown’ Sega releases classic games on mobile, for free, but at what cost? CI Games admits “big mistake” in chasing AAA with Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 A Way Out dev says the PlayStation 4 'is like a five-year-old PC' After Criticism, Sega Says It's "Working On" Its Classic Game Re-Releases AbleGamers's Player Panels aim to give game devs insight on accessibility Guillemot family raise Ubisoft stake to fend off Vivendi Square Enix, er, salutes DRM in Denuvo testimonial Former Valve initiative CastAR shuts down Rockstar Games Talks Publisher Into Leaving 'Grand Theft Auto V' Modders Alone German Chancellor Angela Merkel to open Gamescom 2017 Mod Turns Stellaris Into Star Trek Esports News The Weekend In Esports: Counter-Strike Crashes Wembley, Street Fighter V Rivalries, And More McDonald’s to Sponsor StarCraft II World Championship Series INTERVIEW: ESL’s VP of Global Media Rights, on Entering the “Adria” European Region If They Don't Want To Get Screwed, Esports Players Should Study MLB History League of Legends needs to preserve its written history How 'League of Legends' Star Marcus 'Dyrus' Hill Finally Found Peace in the Game Then And Now: Talking To Retired Pro Gamers About The Rise Of Esports Crowdfunding News (not sharing everything I find, just ones that have interest/known talent behind them and a chance to succeed) Ashes of Creation launches 'Summer Crowdfunding Extension' campaign Chris Avellone: Growing a Story Global Map Exploration Companions: Jubilost Narthropple — a humble servant to no one Pathfinder builds character: A look at our Character Sheet Content I found interesting this week (interviews, think pieces, history, music, culture, design, art, documentaries, criticism, etc) Crash Bandicoot: An oral history Website Finds You A Great Speedrun With The Push Of A Button Q&A Work The Upside Of Making A Big E3 Demo Inside Luxe Gaming, 'Egirl' Zoie Burgher's Provocative Streaming Empire Art of the Wild Zine Art of the Wild A Breath of the Wild Charity Zine Take a look inside The Art of Prey Outlast 2 Garishly Exploits Your Sexual Hangups For Horror The Games that Dare to Sail the Dark Seas Game Cities: The Urbanism of Thimbleweed Park These Sentient Space Mushrooms Teach an Important Lesson About Fascism Swift, Violent Death in 'Mafia III' Makes Its Storytelling Great How 'Vanquish' Subverts the Military Shooter Nathan Fillion on his Gaming Gang, a Flaming 'Halo' Helmet and 'Destiny' With Sony's indie support in question, developers at E3 weigh in Game Design Deep Dive: Visualizing Cryptark's 2D sci-fi world Character Art for Game Production: Making the most out of your portfolio. Robberies, Injuries, And Lapses: This Year’s E3 Had Some Alarming Security Incidents ESA ponders E3's future The First Public E3: A Goddamn Mess What Did The Press Think Of E3 2017? "Resist" Was The Theme of the IndieCade Booth @ E3 2017 Skyrim VR And The Decline Of VR At E3 2017 A wave of DMCA strikes hits YouTubers An update on the Alex Mauer DMCA Wave This Is What Happens When You Can't Help Harassing People Composer Files Tons of Spurious DMCA Takedowns For Extortion Purposes How Overwatch Animation Conveys Character in First Person - Extra Frames YouTube Millionaires: Extra Credits Believes “Human Curiosity Is An Amazing Thing” FINAL FANTASY XIV Documentary Part #1 - "One Point O" FINAL FANTASY XIV Documentary Part #2 - "Rewriting History" Playerunknown's Battlegrounds & the Importance of Early Access//HeavyEyed Interplay Founder on Working With Fallout, Nintendo, and Blizzard (IGN Unfiltered #20, Episode 2) Storytelling Tools to Boost Your Indie Game's Narrative and Gameplay Breaking Marginalized Character Narrative Molds to Write Better, Richer Characters Epic and Interactive Music in Final Fantasy XV Things I found entertaining throughout the week relating to video games, game communities, or game companies Overwatch as a turn-based RPG is surprisingly tense Top Pistol Mercy Will Wreck Your Shit, But Only If She Has To Things I Missed From Previous Weeks 7 examples of accessibility design that developers should study SHADOW OF COLOSSUS, KNACK 2 WILL BE LOCALIZED IN ARABIC Gwent: Condottiere under a different name
Hey guys. Creative Assembly just released some new gameplay of Total War: ATTILA: The game's UI, campaign map and army management looks much better than it was in Rome 2. However, if the battles are anywhere near as broken as they were in Rome 2, I definitely won't be buying this. What do you guys think? Will you be pre-ordering the game? Will you hold out until the reviews come out first? Or are you going to stay away all together?
Glaice posted a topic in General Discussionhttp://www.joystiq.com/2014/07/11/alien-isolation-pre-order-dlc-available-separately-at-a-later/ Yep, they (Creative Assembly) did it again. Putting shit that should be an optional choice in the game as DLC. Yes, put Ripley and the original Alien crew behind a paywall.. Fuck that.
As in the topic name, which one you liked most? I'd choose... Empire. Simply because it was such big "jump" for the series. But i'd put it right next to Medieval II + expansions, since i love medieval era. BUT i realised, that after playing Empire, Napoleon, and Shogun II i simply cant have any more good fun with Medieval II because of its mechanics (mainly the centralised regions, with nothing to do except attacking the one and only city/ castle in it. Empire was imo very good game, especially after the patches were developed. Of course, as always AI has its... erm... problems, but few small mods, or one good mod and its ok (DarthMod for example). Also the model of fighting was imo very good, with covers, trenches, blocades and hiding in buildings. And the XVIII is something we dont see very often in games. And its first Total War Game where Poland is playable as one of the main countries, and is quite powerfull ^^. For those who will say that Poland was weak in XVIII century: Yes, but after 1750. Game starts in 1700 and its only 20 years after the battle of Wien . *I considered Fall of the samurai a separate game, since its standalone, and is massively different from SII