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For those of us in the gaming world that have been waiting with baited breath for this one to release, and groaned in agony when it was delayed not only once, but three times! Have I got some news for you...
For those who are in love with The Division and looking forward to seeing where things go, we've got bad news: The times, they are a-changing.
After the success of the Holiday Surprise box over the past few years (I even did the 2015 version, and it did not disappoint), Square Enix has decided to release a second surprise box for Easter.
You have no idea what that is, do you? That's alright, I didn't either until a few days ago, when I retweeted an announcement about the project because it sounded interesting. The developers then followed me and actually started a conversation about what brought my attention to their project. I love social developers like that!
Yes, that seems to be the word around the campfire, guys and dolls. Lionhead Studios may be no more.
So here's the long and short of it, John Farjay, the developer behind Bear Simulator, has cancelled his Kickstarter for the game. Bear Simulator has been played by several well-known YouTube creators, namely PewDiePie and Markiplier. The Kickstarter raised just over $100k for the game, and while I halfway watched (okay, I listened while I was writing and my kid watched) Markiplier play the game, it was PewDiePie's video that seems to be getting all of the attention.
It seems like the US Government is getting smarter about this whole cyber security thing.
Word on the new Star Trek TV front is that one of the originals has signed on to help with the new series.
Remedy Entertainment, the developer behind Max Payne, Quantum Break and yes, Alan Wake, has gone and made a very interesting step in the direction of there being a new Alan Wake on the horizon.
One of the producers of Dragon Age posted a poll on his Twitter, asking fans if they would play a more tactical Dragon Age (a la XCOM). The question is an interesting one, one that gave me pause, truthfully. Is that something that I think would be better, or take away from the game?
As part of their Make Love Not War 3 event, Sega is giving away three classic games for nada on Steam.
A few months back, I covered a creation by a custom jewelry maker called Takayas Custom Jewelry. At that time, the creation that was blowing my mind was a set of light saber rings. Star Wars and pretty things, how could it be more perfect, right? You can check out the awesome here, in case you missed it.
Here’s a funny little tidbit: Deadpool hasn’t even hit theaters here in the US (though it has in the UK, starting today) and Deadpool 2 had already been greenlit.
After leaping into the comic book world and bringing us wonderful worlds and stories like The Pack (which doesn't have its own site, so I'm linking to their Facebook page for those interested), Africa is now stepping into the gaming industry with Kiro’o Games.
So, remember last year when Bethesda said that they might not be at the 2016 E3, because they might not have anything to say? No? Allow me to refresh your memory. Well apparently, they do have something too good to say, so get ready.