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Charlie Hall on The year of BattleTech, Writing On Games on going back to Metal Gear Solid 5, why indie devs sign with publishers, Jason Schreier on Bungie and communication, Vidme shutting down on the 15th, how a JRPG ended up being re-translated after release, how the Game Awards come together and how it has changed, Gaming Historian on SEGA's three biggest mistakes, changes coming to YT advertising and comments, new Darkest Dungeons DLC announced, Mega Man 11 announced, The Making of Tex Murphy, when persecution complexes cause gamers to become corporate cheerleaders, Noclip on The Hillbillies of Grand Theft Auto Online, how first party games return investments compared to third part titles, what Assassin's Creed Origins gets right about Egypt, how Ubisoft changed multiplayer games, the enduring appeal of Musou games, GOTYs and people of the year, 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) An Evolving Game Award Show for an Evolving Industry How Video Games' Biggest Award Show Comes Together Bad Reporting Leads To Widespread False Rumor About The Game Awards Guillermo Del Toro confirmed for the Game Awards Metro Exodus will be shown at The Game Awards, and a Portal “thing” is rumored The year of BattleTech BattleTech’s turn-based PC game wants to be the next Firefly The BattleTech timeline The birth of BattleTech Mechwarrior 5 devs challenged by claimant who may not even own copyright Find out more about Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord's faction, the Vlandians Ashly Burch and Hannah Telle return as Chloe and Max in Life is Strange’s “Farewell” episode Shin Megami Tensei V coming west Abandon Ship delayed, dev let's play shows off impressive new in-game footage Hello Neighbor releases this week, so here's a new trailer A time-traveling merchant has 21 days to solve a mysterious death in a strange city So far, Wild West Online is more mild than wild Desperately trying to get Ubisoft to talk about Far Cry 5's controversial US setting How Far Cry 5 became more political than Ubisoft intended Into The Breach: a diary of doom From the FTL Devs Comes: INTO THE BREACH (w/ Russ and Plante) Gorogoa, the beautiful hand-drawn puzzle game, will (finally) be out next week How Reigns and its forthcoming sequel make their 'Tinderocracy' work Attack on Titan 2 release date set No Yakuza: Kiwami 2 localization announcement planned for PlayStation Experience 2017 The Opening Cinematic For Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Pits Light Against Dark Zwei!! for PC coming west as Zwei: The Arges Adventure this winter EA UFC 3's Beta Has Brutal Striking, But Falls Apart On The Ground Check out fast-paced dungeon crawler Wizard of Legend in this new trailer Anamorphine launches January 16 Co-op thriller A Way Out should be detailed next week, but don’t expect to play it until 2019 New Past Cure trailer reveals astral projection, time manipulation, and stealth kills Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time might not be the 2D brawler the anime deserves Capcom Is Making Another True Mega Man Game, 'Mega Man 11' Mega Man X Games Coming To PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC Four difficulty Settings and No Female Robot Masters: 11 Things We Know About Mega Man 11 Children of Morta: 6 Minutes of This Diablo-Meets-Pixel-Art RPG - IGN First Unusual JRPG Koruldia Heritage is the latest pick for Square Enix's indie incubator Rebellion Is Remaking Battlezone II: Combat Commander Blazing Legion: Ignition’s mech action looks ace Legendary Gary is an odd RPG from the programmer of What Remains of Edith Finch Bold RTS Riot: Civil Unrest explores the politics and humanity behind real-world protests Railway Empire details its sophisticated AI system Eight minutes of Gal Gun 2 gameplay Omega Labyrinth Z coming west in spring 2018 10 Minutes of The Adventure Pals Gameplay Rainbow Six Siege devs show how they’re bringing more personality to new operators Reddit AMA confirms a new shield operator, Tachanka rework are coming to Rainbow Six Siege Ubisoft plan to deal with dropshotting in Rainbow Six Siege Players Worry Paladins' New Card System Inches Closer To Pay-To-Win PUBG's desert map gameplay will debut at The Game Awards PUBG's desert map has a sawed-off shotgun with incendiary shells (maybe) PUBG 'will never add anything that affects gameplay', but will consider new cosmetic items EA Boosts Star Wars Battlefront II's Multiplayer Rewards Alien DLC Crash Lands In Darkest Dungeon Korea are all about science and hills in Civilization 6: Rise and Fall Assassin’s Creed Origins getting ‘nightmare’ difficulty, horde mode and ... chocobos? Overwatch Gets Separate Currency For League Skins Destiny 2’s December plans include Masterwork weapons and an economic overhaul Rain World's difficulty-changing update is now in open beta on Steam A new Fortnite update adds weapons, smoke grenades, and two more leaderboards Fortnite devs are tinkering with the look of Battle Royale Square-Enix Promises 2018 Will Be A Big Year For Final Fantasy Fans Final Fantasy XV Gets Character Swapping Star Control's future is in question as Ghosts of the Precursors devs clash with Stardock Take-Two president on loot boxes: 'We don't view [them] as gambling' Warframe dev: Industry must get better at "giving players a choice and a voice" The Moment Madden NFL Killed NFL 2K Forever "It's the game designer's job to evoke different sides of humanity" Former Valve writer Chet Faliszek joins Bossa Studios to direct co-op action game From Software: ‘We have no intention of ending the Armored Core series in its current state’ Introducing In-Extension purchases, now in limited preview YouTube exploring a ‘new approach to advertising’ in wake of disturbing content Vidme to shutter its site due to costs and tough competition This closure isn't a surprise if you've been following the site, their business model, their layout, or the kind of creators that were attracted to the site. The above thread partly showing some of those things and predicting that their next step would be closure back in August. I shared the below video back in June, it covers problems with the site, the challenges with creating a site like this in the first place, and the relationship between creators and platform owners. G2A's dispute with indie devs doesn't look like it's ending any time soon PERSONA 5 TOPS 2 MILLION COPIES SOLD WORLDWIDE Two former Gazillion employees claim they’re each owed $5,000 in unpaid benefits FTC sternly warns CS:GO gambling fraudsters not to do it again Detroit: Become Human under fire for controversial domestic abuse scene Have to appeal to their 60+ voter demographic. It's 2017, Here's A New Game Boy Game PS3 Emulation Makes Huge Strides, Can Now Play Uncharted Kickstarter Update #45 - Top of the Mods! Mod Turns Mirror's Edge Into A Multiplayer Racing Game Esports News The Weekend In Esports: Gears Of War Pro Circuit And DreamHack Winter Smash Pro Narrowly Wins After Missed Ledge Grab Smash Player Proposes To Girlfriend Before Championship Match The Smash 4 Championship Final Was Extremely Satisfying The Newest Smash Teen Is Dominating With Luigi Team Secret Is In The Driver's Seat Of The Dota Pro Circuit How Ubisoft are taking Rainbow Six Siege esports to a global audience The esports industry has a problem with who it is choosing to represent it Content I found interesting this week (interviews, recommendations, think pieces, history, music, culture, design, art, documentaries, criticism, etc) How a Major JRPG Wound Up Getting Totally Re-Written Months After Release Communication Is Hard The games industry has an inferiority complex, and it's holding us back Why do indie developers sign with publishers? When gamers become weird persecution complex having corporate cheerleaders The Norwood Suite's creator on composing the game's soundtrack and standing out from the crowd Game Design Deep Dive: The Spinning Plates approach of Bomber Crew What I talk about when I talk about Narrative Design Dream Daddy co-creator opens up about the challenges of creating in public Developers share their most memorable dirty coding tricks How SteamWorld bucked 'the easy route' and became a series without a genre The “microtransaction” of buying a console Meet the 19-Year-Old Who Spent Over £10,000 on Microtransactions Ubisoft don't get enough credit for how they've changed multiplayer games Why 'SteamWorld Dig 2' Sold 10 Times More on Switch Vs. Steam This War of Mine What Games Get So Wrong About Egypt, 'Assassin's Creed Origins' Gets Right How 'LA Noire' Rewards You For Being a Bad Cop “Not Like Other Girls” and Other Lies: Magical Diary’s Exploration of Romance Writing THE ODD, ENDURING APPEAL OF MUSOU GAMES MAY FINALLY BE PAYING OFF Majora's Mask and the Magic of Player Revisionism Torment: Tides of Numenera's Opening Accomplishes So Much With Just Words What Remains of Edith Finch Does Dreams Right Wolfenstein 2’s true heroes are its moms The Peaceful, Human Dreams Behind the Nazi-Slaying Fantasy of 'Wolfenstein' The Most Shocking Scene in 'The New Colossus' Shouldn't Work, But It Does Cyberpunk Rarely Imagines That Its Dystopian Futures Might End Haque is a cute, glitchy, roguey-likey little thing GOTY 2017: #9 Everything The 30 Best Videogames of 2017 People of the Year 2017: Ninja Theory People of the Year 2017: Ubisoft Milan and Paris The Warhammer License (Again) - Did Games Workshop's Gamble Work? - Extra Credits The Hillbillies of Grand Theft Auto Online - Noclip The Making of Tex Murphy - Full Documentary (Official) Cool Ghosts: Episode 1 Going Back to MGSV: The Phantom Pain (Part 1: Gameplay) Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus (Spoilers) Resident Evil 2 Design | Road to the Rocket Launcher 5 Amazing Levels from 2017 | Game Maker's Toolkit SEGA's 3 Biggest Mistakes | Gaming Historian The Battlefield 4 Comeback | Fixing a Disaster? How Janina Gavankar Became Battlefront 2's Main Anti-Hero - Up At Noon Live! The Rise Of The Platform Fighter - Developer Roundtable toco toco - Yoshiro Kimura, Game Creator The 2017 Experimental Gameplay Workshop Innovation on Demand: Paradox Interactive's Strategic Initiatives Division Things I found entertaining throughout the week relating to video games, game communities, or game companies Streamer goes viral after broadcasting UFC pay-per-view while pretending to play UFC video game The illegal UFC 3 streamer has been issued a temporary Twitch ban Things I Missed From Previous Weeks ORAL HISTORY: HOW MARVEL’S CREATIVE HEAD HELPED BRING NINTENDO TO AMERICA
This week in the news; GDC/IGF/SXSW awards, Obsidian new game previewed, false Nintendo news, discussion on the future of video game coverage and curating a community, Digital Homicide attempting to sue Jim Sterling, X-COM creator announces new game, the making of Diablo, animated tribute To Satoru Iwata, implications of an aging player crowd, former Gametrailers staff start Patreon, story and feel of Limbo, critical reviews of The Division, Palmer Luckey urges VR devs to be realistic, GDC talks discuss sexuality in video games, details on Telltale's Batman and engine imporvement, Fullbright talks about how the "best person for the job" may not be the best and how people became the best, Tetsuya Mizuguchi talks about the creation of Rez, and more. The site being down for updates means a few extra days worth of news. In Memoriam: Game Developers Choice Awards 2016 Developers and people who influenced the industry that we have lost in the last year. Tyranny preview: Obsidian's branching bad guy RPG is made to play over and over Obsidian has announced their next game, Tyranny, at a Paradox press conference for GDC. Check the link for a teaser video and some information on the game. A thread about this was created here Stellaris and Hearts of Iron 4 release dates revealed Stellaris will release on May 9 and Hearts of Iron 4 on June 6. Check the article for a trailer for Stellaris and a developer diary for Hearts of Iron 4. The Banner Saga 2 comes to Steam next month The Banner Saga 2 will launch on April 19th. Rise of the Tomb Raider Next Expansion Release Date Announced Cold Darkness will be released on March 29th and will have zombies and add wave based combat. Nintendo Denies It's Ending Wii U Production Anytime Soon There was a rumor that Nintendo had stopped Wii U production, Nintendo denies this and says that production will continue. Rumour: New Nintendo NX Controller Images Surface and Set the Web Alight The Division Player Discovers Possible DLC Locations After discovering ways to glitch through wall and barriers one player has found some likely spots for DLC. The Division Director Leaves Ubisoft, Joins Square Enix Ryan Barnard has left Ubisoft to go to Hitman developer IO Interactive. The Division's first big update looks to fix the Dark Zone Ubisoft has revealed the details of the patch aimed at improving the Dark Zone. Pokémon Designer Killed In Freak Accident Eric Medalle was killed and his daughter injured when a tree fell on top of his car. A thread about this was created here Bravely Second Changes Because of Fan Feedback Based on "overwhelming feedback" from players the versions released outside of Japan will have a few changes. The one that they mentioned is that a quest that has you choosing between two different sides and then the character lamenting their choice regardless of player decision, players said this was a disconnect between their intentions and what their characters were saying so the events were changed to have the characters come to terms with their decision. Zero Time Dilemma launches this June — and is coming to Steam This War of Mine: The Little Ones is coming to PC Good news for This War of Mine fans. 1979 Revolution Shows the Nastier Side of Iran's Historical Uprising Binding of Isaac dev teases new game Edmund McMillen has revealed his next project. LawBreakers will no longer be free to play, is exclusive to Steam Boss Key Productions announced that the game would no longer be free to play at GDC. Draft bans are coming to Heroes of the Storm Sources: Sony Is Working On A ‘PS4.5’ Sony might be planning on an updated version of the PS4. Skyshine's Bedlam undergoes major changes in Redux update The update will change how combat works, improve the AI, and add new character sprites, in addition to other changes to the game. 2016 SXSW GAMING AWARDS WINNERS ANNOUNCED! 21 award were handed out with winners including The Witcher 3, Ori and the Blind Forest, Greg Miller, and Bloodborne. Julian Gollop announces new game, Phoenix Point The last game that his studio designed was Chaos Reborn. XCOM 2 Anarchy's Children DLC is out now The Anarchy's Children DLC has released for $4.99 (or included in the Reinforcement Pack) as well as a patch to fix some of the games other issues. Batman Telltale Game Detailed, Supporting Characters Named, Visual Style Explained Telltale gives some details on their Batman game, including the ability to play as both Batman and Bruce Wayne. Another article mentions how Telltale is overhauling their engine for Batman. Minecraft: Story Mode is getting three "add-on" episodes The fifth episode will be released March 29th but there will be three more add-on episodes coming later. Digital Foundry: Hands-on with Quantum Break Digital Foundry takes a look at the console version of Quantum Break Yakuza 0 Coming to America and Europe "Early 2017" The game was released on the PS3 and PS4 but only the PS4 version will be released in the West. Well, now I do need a PS4 eventually. Battleborn Requires Constant Internet Connection The game will need a constant internet connection for both single and multiplayer. Game Studios Enter Legal Battle Over The Making Of Ark: Survival Evolved Square Enix's Mission to Relive JRPGs' Golden Age with I Am Setsuna Slain Looks Like Heavy Metal Castlevania Witcher 3 wins Game of the Year at 16th annual Game Developers Choice Awards IGF Game Developers Choice Awards – all the winners It sounds like Hitman's online saves issue is here to stay Angered Game Developer Sues Critic Jim Sterling For $10 Million Digital Homicide is trying to sue Jim Sterling. Shadwen is an unapologetic stealth mashup that shouldn't be so cool A look at Frozenbyte's upcoming action stealth title Shadwen. John Carmack getting BAFTA’s highest honour Gamespot's GDC Game Looks (Video Links) Pinstripe - A Tim Burton-inspired Journey Into Hell Deliver Us The Moon - It's an eerie, solitary adventure when you are the only one exploring abandoned moon bases. Or are you? Inversus - Sleek Simplicity Breeds Deadly Complexity Kingdom's Before - Chris Watters learns how to govern from the saddle and build a settlement to withstand the terrors of the night Rocket League Dev on Xbox One/PS4 Cross-Play: We've Got It Figured Out Rocket League developer discusses cross play. Gabe Newell says he's "all for" cross-platform play Gabe says that he is all for cross platform play. Overwatch will be the first game to support Dolby Atmos over headphones Support will be arriving soon in the beta. Final Fantasy XV Director On Main Story Length, Frame Rate, Airship, Cactuar, And More FFXV Director gives some new details about the game. Scribblenauts Developer Not Shutting Down, Lays Off 45 Employees According to tweets by lead animator Tim Borrelli, 5th Cell was being shut down. 5th Cell later released a statement saying that a project had been cancelled leading to 45 staff members being laid off but that they are not shutting down. Doom's latest trailer shows off demon mode and the BFG Epic's Sweeney just wants to sell Unreal Engine, as Amazon, Unity move to services Sweeney talks to Gamasutra about the Unreal Engine at GDC. Here's your first look at Sniper Elite 4 gameplay Wadjet Eye's next game is a supernatural adventure called Unavowed Wadjet Eye's founder has announced their next game, Unavowed. Check the article for more details and screenshots. Mass Effect Dev Revealed New IP With T-Shirt, No One Noticed Microsoft Says They Regret Holding GDC Party With School Girl Dancers An odd thing to do on the same day as an event they hosted for women to talk about their experience in the game's industry and to give advice to other women who want to purse a career in it. Phil Spencer said it was, "unequivocally wrong and will not be tolerated" in his statement when informed about it. A thread about this was created here The Tech Behind A PS4 Game's Realistic Facial Expressions Check the article for a video showing how Hellblade gets its realistic looking character expressions. VR Headsets Are (Mostly) Comfortable With Glasses Are VR headsets comfortable with glasses? Luckey urges VR devs to be realistic about success Palmer Luckey urged early VR developers to be realistic about what sort of returns they can make as early adapters. Firewatch sells half a million copies, ships a thousand sets of photos Firewatch has been very successful on both the PSN and Steam. SOMA has almost made its money back; two new games coming They need to sell another 20,000-30,000 copies for the games five year development to have been profitable but the studio is working on two new projects. Punch Club has been pirated over 1.6m times Punch Club has been pirated over 1.6 million times, but has sold over 300,000 copies. Mirror's Edge Catalyst story details reveal competing factions and city districts The website for Mirrors Edge has been updated with some new information about the game's setting. Hyper Light Drifter Finally Has Release Date, Watch Stylish New Trailer The game will be released for the PC and Mac on March 31st. The Long Journey Home is a space exploration RPG with echoes of Firefly Below, Capybara's upcoming roguelike, is set for this summer In esports news Esports pros on why women's tournaments are needed, but not forever League of Legends casters boycotting Shanghai event over wage dispute with Riot Professional Dota 2 teams see shocking roster changes ahead of championship deadlines Guest Column: This Is Your Brain on Esports In crowdfunding news Easy Allies is creating Video Game Streams and Shows Former Gametrailers staff are getting together to create new content. As Danny said in his tweets, it's good to see Patreon changing games media. VIDEO GAMES LIVE: LEVEL 5 (album & movie!) A thread about this was created here Other content I found interesting this week A Beautiful, Animated Tribute To Satoru Iwata What's the Future of Video Games Coverage? Danny O'Dwyer of Gamespot, Matt Lees of Cool Ghosts, and Kahlief Adams and Shareef Jackson of the Spawn On Me podcast talk about the future of and what is missing from video game coverage and the kind of audience that you generate. A look at creating the content that isn't out there and not just copying what everyone else is doing. Creating content focused on niches and on the "heart of gaming". Matt Lees talks about companies that want to pay for coverage, and how not wanting to take money can prevent you from getting previews and review copies and why he went to Patreon. Shareef Jackson on how people can be discouraged from perusing a career in a field that doesn't appear to have diversity or to represent different people. Kahlief Adams talks about the importance of visibility of the people working in game's journalism. Matt Lees talks about the harmful effects that decades of similar styled gaming coverage has caused and how content like Xbox vs Playstation to get more hits while attracts a negative crowd that pushes away people you would want ot interact with and quality content creators. All of them talk about what it's like to have years worth of content available that may not represent the work they do now, how they have grown as people over the years, and how popular youtubers who focus on negative things have to live a life surrounded by constant negativity because of the community and content they have created. 20 years later, David Brevik shares the story of making Diablo His original pitch can be read here HACKING GAME BOYS AND SHARING WHISKEY ON THE GAME JAM JOURNEY ACROSS AMERICA Article about Train Jam, an annual game jam that occurs on the Amtrak train from Chicago to San Francisco. Watch Dark Souls III Come To Life with Chalkboard Art THE PERVERSE IDEOLOGY OF THE DIVISION The Division is a terrible Tom Clancy game An Open Letter to the Dude Named Alex I Keep Killing in ‘The Division’ Online harassment in virtual reality is 'way, way, way worse' — but can devs change that? Patrick Harris, of Minority Media (Papo and Yo), opens an important discussion about VR.....after doing what sounds like extremely unethical research on unsuspecting people. What games can learn from fan fiction websites about representing sexuality Robert Yang: "The game industry needs to get laid" Platinum Games' guide to action game design Factor 5's Cancelled Superman Game Thank you to BleedingChaos23 for sharing this A thread about this was created here Fullbright Founder: Look past "the best person for the job" Recollections of Rez Beyond ageism: Industry must think about older gamers Why Cibele's creator wanted players to embody its main character, not control her How The Witcher Devs Turn Great Ideas Into Game Features From a 2013 GDC talk, they have just added it to their Youtube channel. The Witcher 3 developer on talking to fans: 'The worst thing is silence' Story Beats: Limbo From Dark Souls to Manifold Garden: How games tell stories through architecture Saving Kate and Saving Myself in Life is Strange THE TRIUMPH OF DESPAIR IN LIFE IS STRANGE Drama Ensues As Fire Emblem Fates Fan Translation Gets Canceled, Then Uncanceled Most of the translators I've known or whose work I know would probably stop if a game is localized and work on the many other games that could use a translation, like maybe Fire Emblem 5. Looks like their work is being picked up by some other people though. Resident Evil 20th Anniversary Interview – Hiroyuki Kobayashi Hit the subtitle option to the left of the gear to see it in English. Halo 2's Cliffhanger Ending Wasn't the Original Design, Composer Says The SCUMM Diary: Stories behind one of the greatest game engines ever made Gamasutra highlighted an older 2013 article looking back on the SCUMM engine. The Man Who Wrote Earthbound Also from 2013, an older article that Kotaku is spotlighting. Darkest Dungeon's Harrowing Journey Through Steam Early Access