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  1. To help Extra life prepare for the upcoming October 25 gaming event, OnLive is holding its own 24-hour fundraising event tomorrow. The cloud gaming company will open up over 250 games for anyone and everyone to play for the low cost of $0. OnLive will open up their PlayPack game collection starting tomorrow at 12:01 AM PST and make them all available until 11:59 PM PST. Additionally, anyone who registers for Extra Life and joins the OnLive team will receive rewards for raising certain amounts of money for the Children's Miracle Network Hospital of their choice. The rewards come come courtesy of OnLive and its partners Nordic Games, Mad Catz, and Wikipad. “We’re excited to team up with Extra Life and gaming enthusiasts everywhere to truly make a difference for these kids and their families,” said Jeff Wood, captain of OnLive’s Extra Life Team. “Our hope is to rally awareness and participation for Extra Life in advance of their Game Day marathon by offering free gaming and multiple tiers of rewards to anyone who joins in and games for the cause. And we’re thrilled that our partners are joining forces with us to help maximize our impact for these kids.” To take advantage of OnLive’s CloudPlay for a Cause day of free gaming tomorrow, users can create an OnLive account at games.onlive.com or onlive.co.uk for free, no credit card required, and jump right in to playing some great games. To join the team, help kids and earn rewards as you play, visit www.extra-life.org/team/OnLive. Remember when I mentioned rewards for meeting fundraising goals? Those rewards include: Raise $5: One free month of the OnLive Service Bundle Raise $25: First 1000 gamers get a free download of MX vs ATV Reflex from Nordic Games Raise $50: A second free month of the OnLive Service Bundle* Raise $100: One free game code (up to $19.99) Raise $200: A second free game code (up to $49.99) Raise $300: Receive a third month of the OnLive Service Bundle + 1 free game code (up to $19.99) Raise $500: Receive a fourth month of the OnLive Service Bundle + 1 free game code (up to $49.99) The top 5 OnLive Team participants with the most donations by 6 AM PST on October 26, 2014, will receive their choice of a Mad Catz M.O.J.O. Micro-console + C.T.R.L.R. or a Wikipad 7” Gaming Tablet. If you've never tried cloud gaming or have been skeptical, tomorrow would be a great time to check it out for yourself and raise some money for the kids. This is a fantastic showing of support from our friends at OnLive, for which we are very thankful. View full article
  2. To help Extra life prepare for the upcoming October 25 gaming event, OnLive is holding its own 24-hour fundraising event tomorrow. The cloud gaming company will open up over 250 games for anyone and everyone to play for the low cost of $0. OnLive will open up their PlayPack game collection starting tomorrow at 12:01 AM PST and make them all available until 11:59 PM PST. Additionally, anyone who registers for Extra Life and joins the OnLive team will receive rewards for raising certain amounts of money for the Children's Miracle Network Hospital of their choice. The rewards come come courtesy of OnLive and its partners Nordic Games, Mad Catz, and Wikipad. “We’re excited to team up with Extra Life and gaming enthusiasts everywhere to truly make a difference for these kids and their families,” said Jeff Wood, captain of OnLive’s Extra Life Team. “Our hope is to rally awareness and participation for Extra Life in advance of their Game Day marathon by offering free gaming and multiple tiers of rewards to anyone who joins in and games for the cause. And we’re thrilled that our partners are joining forces with us to help maximize our impact for these kids.” To take advantage of OnLive’s CloudPlay for a Cause day of free gaming tomorrow, users can create an OnLive account at games.onlive.com or onlive.co.uk for free, no credit card required, and jump right in to playing some great games. To join the team, help kids and earn rewards as you play, visit www.extra-life.org/team/OnLive. Remember when I mentioned rewards for meeting fundraising goals? Those rewards include: Raise $5: One free month of the OnLive Service Bundle Raise $25: First 1000 gamers get a free download of MX vs ATV Reflex from Nordic Games Raise $50: A second free month of the OnLive Service Bundle* Raise $100: One free game code (up to $19.99) Raise $200: A second free game code (up to $49.99) Raise $300: Receive a third month of the OnLive Service Bundle + 1 free game code (up to $19.99) Raise $500: Receive a fourth month of the OnLive Service Bundle + 1 free game code (up to $49.99) The top 5 OnLive Team participants with the most donations by 6 AM PST on October 26, 2014, will receive their choice of a Mad Catz M.O.J.O. Micro-console + C.T.R.L.R. or a Wikipad 7” Gaming Tablet. If you've never tried cloud gaming or have been skeptical, tomorrow would be a great time to check it out for yourself and raise some money for the kids. This is a fantastic showing of support from our friends at OnLive, for which we are very thankful.
  3. The 32nd annual Golden Joystick Awards is offering some additional incentive for its voters this year in the form of a free game and a chance to win an iPad Air. Green Man Gaming is partnering with the Golden Joystick Awards this year and are offering everyone who vote in the awards prior to October 20 a copy of XCOM: Enemy Unknown. Don't be expecting it right away, though. Instructions for redeeming the free game will be sent out on October 23 and it will be required to set up a free Playfire account to link with Steam. All voters will also be entered for a chance to win an iPad Air. There appear to be limited quantities of free XCOM available, so get voting!
  4. The 32nd annual Golden Joystick Awards is offering some additional incentive for its voters this year in the form of a free game and a chance to win an iPad Air. Green Man Gaming is partnering with the Golden Joystick Awards this year and are offering everyone who vote in the awards prior to October 20 a copy of XCOM: Enemy Unknown. Don't be expecting it right away, though. Instructions for redeeming the free game will be sent out on October 23 and it will be required to set up a free Playfire account to link with Steam. All voters will also be entered for a chance to win an iPad Air. There appear to be limited quantities of free XCOM available, so get voting! View full article
  5. From September 26 - 28, owners of PlayStation systems will be able to experience multiplayer without the typically required PS Plus membership. That means the weekend will be a good time to play numerous recent multiplayer titles like Diablo III, Destiny, or FIFA 15. Access will open on September 26 at 12:01am PT and close on September 28 at 11:59pm PT. View full article
  6. From September 26 - 28, owners of PlayStation systems will be able to experience multiplayer without the typically required PS Plus membership. That means the weekend will be a good time to play numerous recent multiplayer titles like Diablo III, Destiny, or FIFA 15. Access will open on September 26 at 12:01am PT and close on September 28 at 11:59pm PT.
  7. Today, Epic Games announced that they would be instituting a much more reasonable pricing model for developers to license Unreal Engine 4. Previously developers would have to pay an arm and possibly a leg or two in order to access an Unreal Engine. Luckily, with the rising costs of game development becoming apparent to everyone, Epic Games decided to lower the entry cost for video game creators looking to start out with top notch software. Beginning today, developers may license Unreal Engine 4 for 5% of whatever money they make from their product as well as $19 per month per Unreal Engine 4 user. This is a huge boon for smaller indie devs that couldn't afford the high, flat cost of creating a game using Unreal Engine 3. What does this mean for gamers? We can look forward to more visually impressive from smaller studios who will be free to pursue their creative visions and more features in games from larger studios that don't have to spend quite as much time focusing on the visual aspects of their blockbusters. For any fledgling game developers out there, now seems to be a great time to get into the trenches and start cranking out games. View full article
  8. Today, Epic Games announced that they would be instituting a much more reasonable pricing model for developers to license Unreal Engine 4. Previously developers would have to pay an arm and possibly a leg or two in order to access an Unreal Engine. Luckily, with the rising costs of game development becoming apparent to everyone, Epic Games decided to lower the entry cost for video game creators looking to start out with top notch software. Beginning today, developers may license Unreal Engine 4 for 5% of whatever money they make from their product as well as $19 per month per Unreal Engine 4 user. This is a huge boon for smaller indie devs that couldn't afford the high, flat cost of creating a game using Unreal Engine 3. What does this mean for gamers? We can look forward to more visually impressive from smaller studios who will be free to pursue their creative visions and more features in games from larger studios that don't have to spend quite as much time focusing on the visual aspects of their blockbusters. For any fledgling game developers out there, now seems to be a great time to get into the trenches and start cranking out games.
  9. The song that appeared in the credits of A House Divided, the second episode of The Walking Dead: Season 2 developed by Telltale Games, is now available to download for free. "In The Pines" was arranged by series composer Jared Emerson-Johnson and performed by Janel Drewis, who also works for Telltale as an animator. The song is an adaptation of an Appalachian folk song dating back to the 1870s. The full soundtrack to Season 2 will release after all five episodes have been released. However, for those who can't get enough of the heartful music found in The Walking Dead games, there are several other tracks available for purchase from the Andadel Bandcamp page. You can download "In The Pines" here. View full article
  10. The song that appeared in the credits of A House Divided, the second episode of The Walking Dead: Season 2 developed by Telltale Games, is now available to download for free. "In The Pines" was arranged by series composer Jared Emerson-Johnson and performed by Janel Drewis, who also works for Telltale as an animator. The song is an adaptation of an Appalachian folk song dating back to the 1870s. The full soundtrack to Season 2 will release after all five episodes have been released. However, for those who can't get enough of the heartful music found in The Walking Dead games, there are several other tracks available for purchase from the Andadel Bandcamp page. You can download "In The Pines" here.
  11. Starting next month, people will be able to access a revamped version of the 1984 text adventure of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. With a script written by series author Douglas Adams and a storyline at times both difficult and bizarre, the BBC has decided to release the award-winning text-based game online. This updated classic will feature new visuals in high-definition. Additionally, the 30th anniversary edition will allow users to share their achievements with friends via the official Twitter feed. People will be able to play the latest version on the BBC Radio 4 Extra website beginning March 8. View full article
  12. Starting next month, people will be able to access a revamped version of the 1984 text adventure of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. With a script written by series author Douglas Adams and a storyline at times both difficult and bizarre, the BBC has decided to release the award-winning text-based game online. This updated classic will feature new visuals in high-definition. Additionally, the 30th anniversary edition will allow users to share their achievements with friends via the official Twitter feed. People will be able to play the latest version on the BBC Radio 4 Extra website beginning March 8.
  13. Between now and February 2nd, 3DS and 2DS owners can visit the Nintendo eShop and download the classic adventure (with a few new features) for free. The original 2003 Game Boy Advanced version of Four Swords came packaged with A Link to the Past, but could only be played with other people who also had the game and with the appropriate connection cables. In the 3DS/2DS update, the multiplayer options are still intact, each player will need a copy of the game and their own handheld, but gamers now have the option to play solo, switching between two different Links in order to solve puzzles. Additionally, a new area called the Realm of Memories has been added after players conquer Four Swords. The Realm of Memories will give gamers the opportunity to revisit parts of older titles. Now watch this trailer from Four Swords Anniversary's 2011 release with Robin Williams and his daughter, Zelda. View full article
  14. Between now and February 2nd, 3DS and 2DS owners can visit the Nintendo eShop and download the classic adventure (with a few new features) for free. The original 2003 Game Boy Advanced version of Four Swords came packaged with A Link to the Past, but could only be played with other people who also had the game and with the appropriate connection cables. In the 3DS/2DS update, the multiplayer options are still intact, each player will need a copy of the game and their own handheld, but gamers now have the option to play solo, switching between two different Links in order to solve puzzles. Additionally, a new area called the Realm of Memories has been added after players conquer Four Swords. The Realm of Memories will give gamers the opportunity to revisit parts of older titles. Now watch this trailer from Four Swords Anniversary's 2011 release with Robin Williams and his daughter, Zelda.
  15. The Internet Archive added a staggering 2,388 pieces of video game history to its collection today. It has also launched the beta for its website that will make its contents more accessible and visually appealing. Jason Scott, one of the leaders of the Archive's push toward a more comprehensible website and a proponent of making these old game playable in-browser, explained in a blog post that not all of the MS-DOS games will be stable, but "on the whole, you will experience some analogue of the MS-DOS program, in your browser, instantly." And it is true! Some of the games on the Internet Archive work splendidly in-browser. There is no fiddling trying to get the programs to run on machine that can barely recognize what they are. True, some of them don't work properly, but all of them work enough to give you an idea of how they played; what they looked and sounded like. It is a really impressive feat. I highly recommend you go over and poke around the titles on stored on the Archive just to see what's out there. If you have trouble with the beta site, just switch over to the old version. View full article
  16. Crytek's newest FPS is free, runs on CryEngine 3, plays in your internet browser, and now has a spiffy launch trailer. If you thought that you would never be able to play a game in your internet browser that didn't have top of the line graphics, you were wrong. Warface entered its open Beta today and is welcoming players with open arms. Crytek's latest game focuses on Versus and Co-op modes. In Versus, players can choose between classics like Team Death Match, Free-for-All, and Plant the Bomb, as well as variations on capture/hold the point-style games in Storm and Destruction. There is a sixth Versus mode called Tactics that calls for the use of, unsurprisingly, tactics. The Co-op modes pit players with up to five friends against the AI in challenges that change daily and rewards players who work well together. Both Versus and Co-op give players the option to choose between the Rifleman, Sniper, Medic, and Engineer classes. To create an account and play Warface, you'll need to create a gface account. After confirming your email address and installing a plug-in, you should be able to restart your browser and begin playing Crytek's Free-to-Play experiment. View full article
  17. Crytek's newest FPS is free, runs on CryEngine 3, plays in your internet browser, and now has a spiffy launch trailer. If you thought that you would never be able to play a game in your internet browser that didn't have top of the line graphics, you were wrong. Warface entered its open Beta today and is welcoming players with open arms. Crytek's latest game focuses on Versus and Co-op modes. In Versus, players can choose between classics like Team Death Match, Free-for-All, and Plant the Bomb, as well as variations on capture/hold the point-style games in Storm and Destruction. There is a sixth Versus mode called Tactics that calls for the use of, unsurprisingly, tactics. The Co-op modes pit players with up to five friends against the AI in challenges that change daily and rewards players who work well together. Both Versus and Co-op give players the option to choose between the Rifleman, Sniper, Medic, and Engineer classes. To create an account and play Warface, you'll need to create a gface account. After confirming your email address and installing a plug-in, you should be able to restart your browser and begin playing Crytek's Free-to-Play experiment.
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