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Unity Changes Terms Once More, Commits to 'Being an Open Platform'

Unity has had a real interesting seven days. Last week, SpatialOS from developer Improbable was apparently barred from being used within Unity development. SpatialOS is a robust tool that many Unity developers use to add multiplayer to their games. For a time, Unity's new Terms, which went live in early December but were only clarified to Improbable last week, actually affected games that were already released. This led to some quick back and forths between Improbable and Unity through their respective sites. It all seemed to quiet down when Improbable and Epic Games formed a joint $25...

EA Cancels Yet Another Star Wars Game (Update)

A headline like "EA Cancels Another Star Wars Game" feels like they're a dime a dozen these days. I think EA may have cancelled as many Star Wars games as they have closed studios at this point. Here we are again and here EA is with another cancelled EA game on their hands. This time, the development studio has decided to cancel its open-world Star Wars game that EA Vancouver had been working on. Prior to EA Vancouver working on this title, it was in development from Visceral Games. Of course, EA shut down Visceral Games back in 2017. In fact, when Visceral was working on the game it wasn't an open-world title but rather a more linear action-adventure game that was being directed by...

Review: Last Year: The Nightmare (PC)

A solid asymmetrical survival-horror game that's light on content.

Asymmetrical multiplayer games have been going steady for the past few years now. Some of the biggest games in that particular genre include the long departed Evolve, the still ongoing Dead by Daylight, and even Friday the 13th if you're into that sort of thing. You can now add in Last Year: The Nightmare to the mix as it combines 5 versus 1 multiplayer with elements of survival-horror. As with those other titles, Last Year places one player in the shoes of a bloodthirsty murderer while the rest of the players play as one of five teenagers trying to survive and escape. What it delivers is a well-crafted gameplay experience that ultimately comes up short on content. Last Year: The Nightmare relies on a number of tried and true horror movie clich├ęs. The group of teenagers include the nerdy kid, the popular girl, a stereotypical jock, and m...

Jump Force Open Beta Begins January 18

Come January 18th, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 owners will get to try out Jump Force in what Bandai Namco is calling an "open beta weekend." Be it a true beta or a "demo" is besides the point because what really matters is that you will finally get to test drive the fighting game that we have been passing along news about now for months.

Here's how it's going to go down. First off, there will be four separate three-hour long sessions:

Secondly? Well, that's kind of it. Just make sure you download the demo and you can play during...

Bungie Ditches Activision, Acquires Rights to Destiny

Moving forward, all future Destiny titles will be self-published by Bungie. I guess even Activision had to tap out after the latest Destiny 2 puzzle, eh?

After eight years, Bungie and Activision are parting ways and with it so does Activision's control over the Destiny franchise. Bungie announced today that they are acquiring publishing rights to their popular shooter.

Mere moments ago, Bungie made the announcement on their website in an aptly named news entry called "Our Destiny."

Bungie continues on to say that they will...
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  • People Are Losing Their Minds Over Steam Direct Pricing That Hasn't Even Been Announced Yet

    People are absolutely losing their minds over a $5,000 fee that was merely mentioned in Valve's new blog posting about Steam Direct. Oh yeah, Valve announced Steam Direct today. Steam Direct is slated to completely replace Steam Greenlight. That's the good news!

    The bad news is that people are more focusing more on one particular aspect of today's announcement: Pricing. See, Valve asked developers how much they would be willing to pay to get their game added to Steam Direct. The prices they got back ranged from $100 to $5,000. Naturally, you can guess that everybody is focusing on that $5k figure and are making a mountain out of a molehill. See, Valve hasn't actually announced what their pricing structure is actually...
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  • Valve Working on Three "Full" VR Games

    Valve Working on Three "Full" VR Games

    Valve still wants people to know that they make video games. In a recent media round table event at Valve's Bellevue HQ, Gabe Newell stated that their studio is working on three full virtual reality titles.
    "Right now we're building three VR games."

    There you go, that's all the news.

    Naw, just kidding. He did say a bit more about these projects but not much more.
    "When I say we're building three games, we're building three full games, not experiments.(...) "One of the questions you might be asking is 'Why in the world would you be making hardware?' What we can do now is we can be designing hardware at the same time that we're designing software. "This is something that Miyamoto
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  • Steam Profiles Are Once Again Safe to Visit

    Steam Profiles Are Once Again Safe to Visit

    Earlier today, a warning came by telling users not to visit any Steam profile or even their own Activity Feed within Steam. This was actually a major security issue with how the "My Guides Showcase" parsed scripts that were placed within the title of guides.

    This allowed for code to be injected into anybody that put these malicious guides into their Showcase. This then made visiting affected profiles a security risk along with the Activity Feed that displayed these guides that friends added to their own Showcases.

    Valve has since fixed this exploit. An explanation of how the code worked was provided on Reddit.
    The "My Guides showcase" (multi-guide
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  • Astralis Wins Record Breaking ELEAGUE Major

    Astralis Wins Record Breaking ELEAGUE Major

    The first Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Major hosted by ELEAGUE came to a thrilling conclusion today in a battle between Astralis and Virtus.pro. The final scores were 12-16, 16-14, and 16-14 wherein Virtus.pro choked away a victory. At least that's what I've heard. I didn't watch this.

    The event set records across Twitch earlier today. The ELEAGUE Major Grand Final became the first event in Twitch's long history to surpass one million concurrent viewers on one channel. This doesn't include the 200,000+ that were watching on other channels.
    "I am totally speechless right now. This is the most insane thing I've ever tried in my entire life...
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  • Valve Presents a Brief History of Counter-Strike

    Valve Presents a Brief History of Counter-Strike

    Counter-Strike has changed a lot over the years. Who better to show us how it's changed other than Valve and the original creators themselves, Jess Cliffe and Ming Le. These two, along with other notable Counter-Strike personalities takes us back through the many years the game has been around.
    Counter-Strike started as a mod for Half-Life in 1999. Today, it has evolved into Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and has become one of the most popular games and esports in the world. This piece, made for the ELEAGUE Major in Atlanta, gives a behind-the-scenes look at how the game went from its earliest days to
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  • ELEAGUE Major Begins this Sunday

    ELEAGUE Major Begins this Sunday

    Get ready for over 50 hours of live cross-platform coverage of the first ELEAGUE Major for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. The coverage and event kicks off this Sunday, January 22 at 10AM (ET). Get ready for a whole lot of information about this upcoming event, because it's coming at you hot and heavy.
    ELEAGUE, the transformative esports organization created by Turner and WME | IMG, will begin live coverage of the first-ever ELEAGUE Major, Sunday, Jan. 22, at 10 a.m. ET on Twitch
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  • Gabe Newell Says Valve is Working on a New Single Player Game and Source 2

    Gabe Newell Says Valve is Working on a New Single Player Game and Source 2

    Valve's Gabe Newell had an AMA today in the quasi-satirical r/The_Gaben subreddit. During his brief session answering community questions, Newell revealed that Valve might actually still be a game developer.

    Who knew?

    Reddit user Baldemoto asked that which should not be asked to Newell. His response will shock you (assuming you missed the headline that you clicked on to read this news piece).
    Is Valve still working on any fully-fledged single player games?An unidentified anonymous
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  • TOTALLY SHOCKING NEWS: Half-Life 3 Doesn't Exist

    TOTALLY SHOCKING NEWS: Half-Life 3 Doesn't Exist

    What's the deal with this news making the rounds today? The news I'm talking about is this bit about some alleged Valve insider telling Game Informer that Half-Life 3 doesn't exist.


    You don't say! This isn't anything new in the slightest. The interview, as it relates to the development of Half-Life 3 tells us very few new details.

    There is no such thing as Half-Life 3. Valve has never announced a Half-Life 3. The
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  • Dota 2 Update for January 11, 2017

    Dota 2 Update for January 11, 2017

    Valve rolled out an update tonight for the Dota 2 client.

    Changelog for Dota 2 for January 11, 2017...
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  • Team Fortress 2 Comic Number 6 "The Naked and the Dead" is Now Available

    Team Fortress 2 Comic Number 6 "The Naked and the Dead" is Now Available

    For those that still care about Team Fortress 2 and the fewer that care about reading the latest comics for the game, this one is for you. The sixth comic "book" for Team Fortress 2 was released today.

    It's called "The Naked and the Dead" but there is a lot less nudity than you may expect from a title like that.

    You can read it directly from the Team Fortress website....
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  • Dota 2 Update for January 5, 2017

    Dota 2 Update for January 5, 2017

    Dota 2 was updated today with some fixes. Alright, it's actually a lot of fixes.

    Dota 2 update for January 5, 2017
    - Improved overall performance of the in-game user interface. - Fixed a bug where Arc Warden's Tempest Double could give a Moonshard to the main Hero. - Fixed a bug where a hero would sometimes try to purchase more items than was necessary when some items were locked. - Fixed Necrophos' Death Pulse not removing its regen when the ability is no longer stolen by Rubick. - Moved the "Miss" message to appear over the target of the attack, and added an "Evade" message that appears over the target of a missed attack. - Fixed a bug where Helm of the Dominator's health buff was purgable. - Fixed a bug where Storm Spirit's Remnants sometimes did not take the correct
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