Are you surprised?
In the long string of talent displacement these last few weeks in the game industry, IGN has word on yet another industry departure, this time at Naughty Dog. Sources have told IGN that Amy Hennig has left Naughty Dog after 10 years.
Polytron Corporation’s Fez is finally coming to PlayStation consoles. Announced as part of the Spring Fever 2014 PlayStation Store sale, it has been revealed that Phil Fish's colorful and charming platformer will be releasing on March 25.
Mechs are the new black.
Sadly no Lady Gaga DLC.
Rocksteady returns to the Arkham series!
The evidence continues, but when will Rockstar spill the beans?
Electronic Arts is committed to fixing their mistakes.
Eu Sunt Critic!
According to Polygon's source, Irrational Game's closure led to 75 layoffs. The source states that 70 of those employees had been permanent staff and 5 of them were contractors.
Valve has announced that their Steam Family Sharing service has now become available to all users throughout the service. Originally released to a select few as a beta feature, Family Sharing can now be accessed and used by anyone as of yesterday.
In the mod, players must flap their arms to avoid touching the ground and have to land on unsuspecting pedestrians for points. A score meter has been added to the top left corner of the screen as well to adapt the score-chasing nature of the original Flappy Bird.
The lawsuit against Electronic Arts did not reach official class-action status.
Bad news for all of you weirdos and exhibitionists out their with Xbox Ones that are planning to give the internet a show once Twitch comes to Microsoft's console. Polygon (by way of VideoGamer), have stated that Xbox One Twitch streamers can face the ban hammer by Xbox One moderators that find inappropriate stream content. This should come as an obvious repercussion to flashing your private parts, but we all could probably do well with a reminder.