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ROM: Read Only Memories, Ultionus: A Tale Of Petty Revenge Join Steam Greenlight
Two more games of rather interesting qualities have joined Steam's Greenlight, and both games have garnered a bit of their own form of controversy just for being exactly what they are. Although, one is a little more controversial than the other... for obvious reasons.
Project CARS: Track Days Trailer Showcases A True Next-Gen Racer
While Sony and Microsoft fanboys squabble over scraps from sub-par outings, barely-there 1080p and not-quite-60fps titles, PC gamers get to bask in the greatness of unrestricted hardware limitations, and independent games that can break boundaries and push the limits of interactive entertainment ingenuity.
Steam Holiday Sales Start Dates Revealed Thanks To Confidential Document
Well, this is sure to brighten up any PC gamer's day. While this will be pegged as “rumor” just because that's how things go, it's been factually proven with some undeniable evidence consisting of an e-mail from Valve Software stating the start dates of their Autumn and Winter holiday sales.
The Wolf Among Us Prowls On The Vita This Fall
Word on the street is that you're looking for a way to play Telltale's latest adventure game, The Wolf Among Us while you're riding the bus or sitting on the toilet. Well, we've got a bit of insider information that might tickle your fancy. Keep this on the download, okay, but it looks like TWAU is headed to the PlayStation Vita sometime this fall.
Megan Fox's Hot Tin Roof: The Cat That Wore A Fedora Has Been Kickstarted
That's right, Megan Fox has done it; a successful Kickstarter campaign completed with room to spare. We also did it... here at Gaming Blend we just managed to get people to click into this article thinking that Megan Fox Kickstarted a little 3D Metroidvania platformer on a $20,000 budget. Yeah, it's still Megan Fox, but this ain't Transformers.
Lone Survivor Clings To Life On PS3, Vita This Tuesday
Survival horror fans with a taste for retro goodness will be happy to know that PC indie darling, Lone Survivor, is making its way to the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita soon. How soon? Well, in just a couple of days, as it turns out.
AdventurOS Turns Your Computer Files Into Dungeons
The Glorious PC Master Race oftentimes talk about how great their computers are; how the graphics are amazing and the framerates are graciously heavenly. Well, one thing the PC Master Race doesn't talk about is how bloated the system folders can be and how much memory they take up and how cluttered they can become, etc. Well, one game is taking a vice of the PC Master Race and turning it into a virtue.
Project Phoenix Kickstarter Campaign Has Just One Day Left
The hour grows late for Project Phoenix, the indie Japanese RPG that aims to bring the strategic genre kicking and screaming into the modern age with well-known talent from the East and West. With just over one day remaining in the game’s Kickstarter campaign, Project Phoenix handily cleared its original goal and is now charging toward the finish line with an additional stretch goal or two caught in its sites.
DayZ Update Video Features New AI, Handcuffs, Object Damage
There are a lot of new features coming to the DayZ standalone. The video is just under half-an-hour long and is extremely detailed and information-related. There are also some mechanics in place to ease up on the kill-on-sight mentality that eventually took over the original DayZ mod.
Wasteland 2 Prison Level Walkthrough Features Morally Questionable Content
InXile Entertainment released a new video to their Kickstarter backers on YouTube and it features a walkthrough of the prison level from highly anticipated crowd-funded RPG, Wasteland 2.
Shadow Of The Eternals Fails To Meet Kickstarter Goal
It's like the old saying goes: You only get one chance to make a first impression. And if you need some solid proof of that fact, you need look no further than the seemingly doomed Shadow of the Eternals. After a questionable first run at crowd-funding the game, the developers regrouped, got their act together and returned to ask for some up-front cash. Would-be fans weren't having it, though, as the game's second Kickstarter campaign only raised half of its pledge goal.
DayZ Standalone Delayed Due To Server Infrastructure Problems
The server/client model setup for the DayZ Standalone is built on an MMO platform. Players join the server, the server does some stuff; hackers aren't supposed to have a prayer. However, things haven't been going quite as well as Rocket and the rockettes have hoped and so DayZ's standalone has been delayed once again.
How To Get Games Media To Cover Your Indie Game
Right off the plate I should mention that the headline refers to a “How To” guide from Gamasutra. They had a rather interesting and very detailed, written conspectus for how independent developers on a peanut butter and jelly sandwich budget can market their game to games media so that games media can do what they do best and advertorialize the game to the masses.
Games Ship Buggy Because Of Publishers, Says Brian Fargo
everything you love about the game up until you get to the broken parts are because of the developers. All the borken parts? You can blame them on the publisher... according to Brian Fargo from inXile Entertainment.
OUYA Gives Owners Store Credit For The Bugs, Sloppy Launch, Poor Support
The OUYA is a groundbreaking device. It's the first ever independent, crowd-funded game console for living room home entertainment. Quite naturally, on a budget for just under $10 million, the console launched with its own hiccups and setbacks, but that didn't stop the CEO from staying grounded and reaching out to all the company's fans and backers.
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