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Weekly Recap May 18th: Gran Turismo 6 Announced, Metro Last Light Fiasco, BioShock Infinite Sales
Sony and Polyphony Digital have announced that Gran Turismo 6 is arriving for the PlayStation 3 this fall. 4A Games and Deep Silver run into a bit of controversy with the gaming community over selling a difficulty setting in Metro: Last Light and 2K Games' BioShock Infinite picks up major sales despite not being laced with DLC from mouth to anus and back again.
DayZ Standalone Dev Diary Talks To Released Dev From Greek Prison
Remember the few developers who had been imprisoned in Greece over espionage chargers? Those developers who were helping Dean ďRocketĒ Hall on the development of the DayZ standalone? Well, one of them has finally stepped in front of the camera to talk about the map design for the standalone of DayZ as well as a few other things.
Maple Story Celebrates Eight Years With In-Game Goods, Events
It may be hard to believe, but Maple Story is celebrating its eighth birthday. That means if you had a kid at the same time Maple Story launched, said kid would be heading into the fourth grade. Now that Iíve made you feel old, Iíll lighten the blow with the announcement that, to celebrate, the developers are hosting in-game events and offering free goodies.
Elder Scrolls Online Exploration Video Confirms Lock-picking, Fishing
ZeniMax has released a new trailer called "Gathering and Exploration" for Elder Scrolls Online. The video shows what players can find when they wander off the beaten path.
Infinite Crisis: Gaslight Joker Is One Filthy Bastard
The latest Infinite Crisis character spotlight video from Turbine takes a look at Gaslight Joker, the steampunk incarnation of the popular villain. The Gaslight version of Joker, as it turns out, is an obese butcher with serious hygiene issues.
Final Fantasy 8 HD Coming To PC
Square Enix will re-release Final Fantasy 8 on the PC, the developer and publisher announced today. The re-released version of the RPG is said to sport updated visuals.
Even Japanese Gamers Hate Disc-Locked Content
Language barriers, cultural gaps, gender role differences...those are a few things that separate us from our Japanese gaming brethren (and sisters). However, there's one thing that ties us all together in the gaming community: our mutual dislike of disc-locked content.
GOG Giveaway: Free Ubisoft Games Of Your Choice
Gaming Blend has partnered up with digital game store GOG.com for a special giveaway. We've got free Ubisoft games to dole out to twenty lucky PC gamers.
Rigs of Rods Spectacular Car Crash Compilation Video
There's a small niche community dedicated to Rigs of Rods, a vehicular soft-body physics simulator. You can drive cars, sail boats or fly planes. The car crash video gives gamers a pretty nifty look at how accomplished the collision physics are for the simulator.
David Jaffe's Next Game Is Autoduel
God of War and Twisted Metal designer David Jaffe has a new game on the way. He's serving as a creative advisor for Pixelbionic's upcoming vehicle combat game Autoduel.
Riot, Bleed, Game Dev Tycoon Greenlit For Steam
Six more games have been greenlit for Steam's store, the handful-and-one-finger set of games includes the pixelated female rendition of Max Payne called Bleed, complete with a rocking purple hairdo. The extremely controversial Game Dev Tycoon has been greenlit, along with Legends of Eisenwald.
EA Kills Off Online Passes, You No Longer Have To Pay For Multiplayer
Remember the Online Pass? Project $10? The Multiplayer Midnight Tryst? Yeah, that scheme from big publishers that made gamers have to buy multiplayer access to their games as if they were picking up a prostitute before attending a dinner party? Well, EA is shooting it in the head...burying it behind a shed and putting it on fire. To that, I say good riddance.
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