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Fallout 76: You Can't Get Killed If You're Under Level 5, But You Sure Can Fast Travel

Added: 03.07.2018 22:37 | 192 views | 0 comments

From GameWatcher: "There has been some concern among the Fallout fans about the upcoming offshoot of the core series: Fallout 76. In particular, we know for a fact that there will be no singleplayer as such, and we know that there will be no human NPCs either. Bethesda have explained that Fallout 76 is an experimental experience - something different to keep things fresh. With that, we also know that Fallout 76 is going to be a survival multiplayer game first and foremost, with DNA from the likes of Rust and ARK: Survival Evolved."

From: n4g.com

PUBG developer debunks accusation maps are "asset flips"

Added: 03.07.2018 19:47 | 340 views | 0 comments


The developer of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has debunked what it calls "misinformation" and "oversimplified tales" about the way the game is developed.
The criticism here revolves around the re-use of certain assets across PUBG's maps, and the buying of pre-made assets from the Unreal marketplace. Posts like the one below occasionally pop up on the , alongside the accusation that the vast majority of the game's maps were bought-in. Some even accuse PUBG of being an "asset flip" game.
This debate kicked off again this week after PUBG creator Brendan "PlayerUnknown" Greene expressed his frustration at the "asset flip" jibe in an interview with Geoff Keighley at E3, saying it "kills me a little inside".

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More bad news for Telltale as ex-boss sues company

Added: 03.07.2018 19:47 | 271 views | 0 comments


There's more bad news for Telltale, the company behind the Walking Dead and Minecraft: Story Mode series of adventure games, with its ex-boss suing the company.
The reports Telltale co-founder Kevin Bruner, who became CEO in January 2015, filed the suit in late February, claiming breach of contract and other allegations.
The dispute revolves around Bruner's ousting as boss of Telltale in 2017. Bruner remained on the board, and now says the company was contractually obligated to provide him with informational support as he prepared to sell his holdings in common and preferred stock. But Telltale cut off communication. At around the same time, in September 2017, Telltale hired Peter Hawley, a former executive at the Zynga game company, as chief executive.

PUBG developer debunks accusation maps are "asset flips"

Added: 03.07.2018 19:42 | 258 views | 0 comments


The developer of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has debunked what it calls "misinformation" and "oversimplified tales" about the way the game is developed.
The criticism here revolves around the re-use of certain assets across PUBG's maps, and the buying of pre-made assets from the Unreal marketplace. Posts like the one below occasionally pop up on the , alongside the accusation that the vast majority of the game's maps were bought-in. Some even accuse PUBG of being an "asset flip" game.
This debate kicked off again this week after PUBG creator Brendan "PlayerUnknown" Greene expressed his frustration at the "asset flip" jibe in an interview with Geoff Keighley at E3, saying it "kills me a little inside".

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More bad news for Telltale as ex-boss sues company

Added: 03.07.2018 19:42 | 199 views | 0 comments


There's more bad news for Telltale, the company behind the Walking Dead and Minecraft: Story Mode series of adventure games, with its ex-boss suing the company.
The reports Telltale co-founder Kevin Bruner, who became CEO in January 2015, filed the suit in late February, claiming breach of contract and other allegations.
The dispute revolves around Bruner's ousting as boss of Telltale in 2017. Bruner remained on the board, and now says the company was contractually obligated to provide him with informational support as he prepared to sell his holdings in common and preferred stock. But Telltale cut off communication. At around the same time, in September 2017, Telltale hired Peter Hawley, a former executive at the Zynga game company, as chief executive.

Left 4 Dead, Evolve developer is making something from a franchise

Added: 03.07.2018 18:45 | 306 views | 0 comments

After the monumental success of the Left 4 Dead series and the middling success of Evolve, Turtle Rock Studios has been...

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More bad news for Telltale as ex-boss sues company

Added: 03.07.2018 18:37 | 292 views | 0 comments


There's more bad news for Telltale, the company behind the Walking Dead and Minecraft: Story Mode series of adventure games, with its ex-boss suing the company.
The reports Telltale co-founder Kevin Bruner, who became CEO in January 2015, filed the suit in late February, claiming breach of contract and other allegations.
The dispute revolves around Bruner's ousting as boss of Telltale in 2017. Bruner remained on the board, and now says the company was contractually obligated to provide him with informational support as he prepared to sell his holdings in common and preferred stock. But Telltale cut off communication. At around the same time, in September 2017, Telltale hired Peter Hawley, a former executive at the Zynga game company, as chief executive.

Shape of the World Review | Scholarly Gamers

Added: 03.07.2018 17:38 | 224 views | 0 comments

Scholarly Gamers Michael Camacho writes: Shape of the World's beautiful visuals and immersive soundtrack present a relaxing journey experiencing a world as it evolves around you.

From: n4g.com

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