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Duncan Jones teased his next project on twitter with a small trailer that heavily implies he's working on Rogue Trooper. The Hollywood director even goes as far as shaving a blue mohawk into his hair, one of the elements of the comic book series. Originally an '80s comic series published in 2000 AD, Rogue Trooper follows a futuristic, genetically manufactured super-soldier by the name of Rogue, who is seeking revenge for his fallen comrades at the hands of their general. His fellow soldiers have been downloaded into his gear and accompany him on his quest for vengeance. Duncan Jones' teaser [...]
Mon, Jul 16, 2018
Source: Gameinformer
Caution! Spoilers for Persona 5 ahoy! One of the standout things about the Persona series is the way it celebrates the power of friendship. Yes, each instalment has its own unique thematic thread. Persona 3, for example, dealt with kids confronting their mortality, while Persona 4 highlighted the importance of accepting who you are, even the bits you don't like and, more recently, Persona 5 asked if it was possible to redeem evil people by forcibly changing their hearts and whether it'd be ethically right to do so. Yet, throughout of each these games, the protagonists explore these themes by forming unbreakable bonds [...]
Sun, Jul 15, 2018
Source: IGN
In the early 2000s, video game adaptations of comic book movies were everywhere. From the surprisingly brilliant Spider-Man 2 to forgettable titles like Captain America: Super Soldier and Thor: God of Thunder, reception to these games was mixed at best. Movie adaptations have always been treated with suspicion, and with good reason. At worst, they're cynical cash grabs, at best, the odds are stacked against them thanks to tight timelines to hit a film's release, sometimes suffocating restrictions in terms of content and approvals, and high costs outside production. And yet, given the richness of some of the worlds we're talking [...]
Sun, Jul 15, 2018
Source: IGN
The details surrounding the upcoming Metal Gear film (we still don't know if it deserves the 'Solid' suffix yet) are vague, but as far as we know, it is truly happening and Kong: Skull Island director Jordan Vogt-Roberts is attached to make it. We also know that Vogt-Roberts is a big fan of Metal Gear and takes every opportunity he can to make sure everyone knows. The most recent example comes from a recent (and ongoing) series of tweets from Vogt-Roberts. On Friday, he pointed out that Metal Gear released 31 years ago and to celebrate the occasion, he is sharing [...]
Sun, Jul 15, 2018
Source: Gameinformer
Jamesdickinson963 of ModDB, who has been working on overhauling and improving 2013's Aliens: Colonial Marines, has discovered a typo in one line of Colonial Marine's game config file, or .INI, that may be to blame, at least in part, for its lackluster AI. The error, which was one extra letter, looks like this: ClassRemapping=PecanGame.PecanSeqAct_AttachXenoToTether, fixed from the previous code, PecanGame.PecanSeqAct_AttachPawnToTeather. Continue reading… [...]
Sun, Jul 15, 2018
Source: IGN
A new Kickstarter project recently appeared online (and is already well on its way to its goal with nearly a month to spare) that wants to explore Sega's early history in the world of arcade machines with a pop-up book. The Kickstarter is seeking $52,717 to publish the book, titled Sega Arcade: Pop-Up History, which will covoer five games: Hang-On, Space Harrier, OutRun, After Burner and Thunder Blade. It will feature sculptures from engineer Helen Friel, art from Kam Tang, and entries providing historical context for all the games by Guardian author Keith Stuart. Sega is also fully partnered for the [...]
Sun, Jul 15, 2018
Source: Gameinformer
Epic Games recently invested $100 million in prize money for Fortnite's 2018-2019 tournaments. Roughly $8 million of that pot is dedicated to Fortnite's Summer Skirmish Series, which kicked off yesterday and runs over the next two months. Yesterday's match didn't go as planned, both from the stability of the game and the flow of the competition. The match featured 35 teams comprised of pros and celebrities. They were to battle in 10 matches, and the first team to grab two Victory Royales would win first place, and a prize of $50,000. If a team didn't win twice, that pot would go [...]
Sun, Jul 15, 2018
Source: Gameinformer
Mechanical keyboards are the happening thing for gamers, but what do you do you do if you prefer a lower profile, like on a Mac or laptop? Well, Hexgears has the answer with the X-1 Wireless Low Profile Mechanical Keyboard. Working in partnership with Input Club, the team has developed a full-fledged gaming keyboard, complete with switch choices, RGB backlighting, and a one of the most unique layouts we've seen. [...]
Sun, Jul 15, 2018
Source: MMORPG.com
Season 5 of Fortnite may have just started, but much of what could be released throughout the season is already out in the wild, if you know where to look. Dataminers DieBuddies have found a ton of the new stuff coming to Fortnite in the new season by looking within the game's files, where most players can't access them. Some of the new skins include a viking getup, a shark suit, a luchador outfit, and more. Some more new skins! pic.twitter.com/KQ60VfKqdu — DieBuddies (@TwoEpicBuddies) July 12, 2018 Some of these include new backpacks as well. And the backblings (I forgot the last 2 in a [...]
Sat, Jul 14, 2018
Source: Gameinformer
As Season 5 of Fortnite begins this week, one of its most popular players wants developer Epic to implement a way for the people behind many of the popular emotes to monetize the dances they made famous. Yesterday, Chance posted a tweet suggesting Epic put the actual songs that go with many of the emotes it's added to Fortnite over the last year as way to let the artists who popularized the dances that are now making money for Epic as emotes. Fortnite should put the actual rap songs behind the dances that make so much money as Emotes. Black creatives created [...]
Sat, Jul 14, 2018
Source: Gameinformer