This will never cease to infuriate me.
neverending triforce made out of smaller triforces
Bitch just pulled a bazooka out of her titties like it was nothing.
she from chicago
'Strider' review: Amazon's new game studio brings a classic violently back to life
Double Helix seemed like a strange choice to reboot a beloved franchise like Killer Instinct — it’s a studio that had previously worked on licensed games based on GI Joe and Battleship. Yet, despite this modest history, it still managed to turn Killer Instinct into one of the Xbox One’s best launch titles. Stranger still, the California-based studio was recently acquired by online retail giant Amazon to be folded into its fledgling gaming division. Just what Double Helix will be building now that it’s under Amazon’s umbrella is unclear, but it appears that Killer Instinct wasn’t a fluke — this week the studio launched its last game as an independent company, and once again it’s a terrific reimagining of a classic.
Stupid Dragon Quest valentines. Admit it, every fandom needs a couple of these!
(Disclaimer: I don’t think Kiryl is desperate, nor do I hate the Joker games. I just made some funny for the sake of i don’t know)
THESE ARE ALL BEAUTIFUL
Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair, the sequel to mystery adventure game Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, will launch North American and European PlayStation Vitas this fall as a downloadable title, NIS America announced today.
The Spike Chunsoft-developed title puts players in the role of a student at Hope’s Peak Academy. The students are taken on a field trip to an island, where they are forced dispatch each other in order to escape alive. Players must interview fellow students and gather evidence to find out who the real killer is.
Steam has changed the way we process and consume video games.
This has been discussed to the point of tedium, but the social aspects ofoften remain unexamined, and the consoles have so far failed to steal any of the advantages that make Steam such a satisfying social and retail network.
It’s easy to sit down in front of your computer without a strong idea of what to play, only to glance over your friends list to make a selection. What is everyone playing? How can you join the group? Not only does your friends list serve as one of the most compelling advertisements for games on the site, but the service makes it simple for groups of people to join each other playing games.
Steam Dev Days session videos now available
by Abdul Rob
Valve has released 28 sessions from the Steam Dev Days conference as videos, PDF’s and PowerPoint Presentation. The sessions cover a whole different host of topics related to developing games for Steam, from coding, design, music to marketing and more. Follow the link below to check out the Steam Dev Day sessions.
source - steamdevdays.com
PlayStation 4 to receive 100 new titles in 2014
by Abdul Rob
Following up on immense global consumer demand, SCE America’s John Koller has announced a 100 new titles to be expected for the console over 2014. The news comes as a response to consumer demand, with all early shipments of the console just about accounted for.
The PlayStation twitter also confirms this statement, which would mean big things for players as well as for Sony who has seen staggering amounts of subscriptions to its PlayStation Plus service (up 90%) as well PlayStation Network card sales (up 120% year-over-year).
source - PlayStation twitter
Meet Mighty No. 7 - Final boss in Might No. 9
by Abdul Rob
Mighty No. 9’s Director Koji Imaeda and Character designer Kimo Kimo today updated a blog post on the games Kickstarter detailing the design process behind coming up with Might No. 7 - final boss of the game. Originally desinged as a brother to protagonist Beck, the visual design of No. 7 has seen a few changes and iterations since its initial conceptualization to being passed to project lead Keiju Inafune to the finalized design we see in the images accompanying this post.
Final Fantasy X HD - Valentine’s Day Trailer