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  1. Get out your battle rifles and yell at whoever grabbed the rocket launcher, today marks the tenth anniversary of the Halo title that asked everyone to believe one last time. 343 Industries, the heir to Halo's legacy after Bungie split from Microsoft to make Destiny, have put together a bunch of things to celebrate the occasion. Last Thursday, Halo 3 came to the Xbox One's backwards compatible library along with Halo CE: Anniversary, Halo 3: ODST, and Halo 4. People who want to get their 360-era Halo on can slide in their old discs or buy the digital version via Live. 343 has made sure that all of the map DLC for Halo 3 have been made available for free - and you will need those map downloads for Halo 3 multiplayer. In a post commemorating the tenth anniversary, 343 hinted that more content could be on the way for Halo 3 saying, "In honor of Halo 3's 10th birthday we've been working closely with [the back-compat team] on some additional awesome things for Halo 3. We can't spill the beans just yet, but stay tuned for more info soon." 343 has also been working with its Halo 5 community to put together something special for the occasion. For months, the company's "Sierra Team" put together a playlist with the help of community map makers to recreate some of the most iconic Halo 3 maps in Halo 5. The playlist will tweak the gameplay to have a more Halo 3 feel with disabled abilities, a bigger motion tracker, and slightly different physics. This tweaked Halo 3 Classic Throwback playlist will be available for a few weeks in Halo 5. If enough people play it, 343 says they'll consider letting it stick around or possibly even updating it.
  2. Get out your battle rifles and yell at whoever grabbed the rocket launcher, today marks the tenth anniversary of the Halo title that asked everyone to believe one last time. 343 Industries, the heir to Halo's legacy after Bungie split from Microsoft to make Destiny, have put together a bunch of things to celebrate the occasion. Last Thursday, Halo 3 came to the Xbox One's backwards compatible library along with Halo CE: Anniversary, Halo 3: ODST, and Halo 4. People who want to get their 360-era Halo on can slide in their old discs or buy the digital version via Live. 343 has made sure that all of the map DLC for Halo 3 have been made available for free - and you will need those map downloads for Halo 3 multiplayer. In a post commemorating the tenth anniversary, 343 hinted that more content could be on the way for Halo 3 saying, "In honor of Halo 3's 10th birthday we've been working closely with [the back-compat team] on some additional awesome things for Halo 3. We can't spill the beans just yet, but stay tuned for more info soon." 343 has also been working with its Halo 5 community to put together something special for the occasion. For months, the company's "Sierra Team" put together a playlist with the help of community map makers to recreate some of the most iconic Halo 3 maps in Halo 5. The playlist will tweak the gameplay to have a more Halo 3 feel with disabled abilities, a bigger motion tracker, and slightly different physics. This tweaked Halo 3 Classic Throwback playlist will be available for a few weeks in Halo 5. If enough people play it, 343 says they'll consider letting it stick around or possibly even updating it. View full article
  3. The guild will be celebrating our first anniversary as a guild by going to 16-bit bar and arcade up in Lakewood. 15012 Detroit Ave, Lakewood, OH 44107 http://www.16-bitbar.com/cleveland Our reservation is for 6:30PM on 3/18/17. We hope everyone can make it out to play some games, have a few drinks and celebrate our first of many successful years. Please RSVP on here so we can give the staff there as close to a correct head count as possible.
  4. One of the monoliths that has topped the lists of the best video games of all-time, we're finally doing it. What it you ask? The game that has to come up at some point in every conversation about the best games of all-time: The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Recorded just days after the 20th anniversary of the N64, join us as we discuss one of the most universally praised (or is it universally over-hyped?) games of the early 3D era. What do you think - is Ocarina of Time truly worthy of being recognized as one of the best games period? Each week we will be tackling a video game, old or new, that at least one of us believes deserves to stand as one of the greatest games of all time. We'll dive into its history, development, and gameplay, while trying to argue for or against the game of the week. Sometimes we will be in harmonious agreement, other times we might be fighting a bitter battle to the very end. However each episode shakes out, we hope that everyone who listens will find the show entertaining and informative. Outro music: The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 'Pachelbel's Ganon' by djpretzel (http://ocremix.org/remix/OCR00753) You can download or listen to the podcast over on Soundcloud, our hosting site, and iTunes. A YouTube version is (sometimes) available as well, so you can watch what we are talking about while we talk about it! You can also follow the show on Twitter: @BestGamesPeriod New episodes of The Best Games Period will be released every Monday View full article
  5. One of the monoliths that has topped the lists of the best video games of all-time, we're finally doing it. What it you ask? The game that has to come up at some point in every conversation about the best games of all-time: The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Recorded just days after the 20th anniversary of the N64, join us as we discuss one of the most universally praised (or is it universally over-hyped?) games of the early 3D era. What do you think - is Ocarina of Time truly worthy of being recognized as one of the best games period? Each week we will be tackling a video game, old or new, that at least one of us believes deserves to stand as one of the greatest games of all time. We'll dive into its history, development, and gameplay, while trying to argue for or against the game of the week. Sometimes we will be in harmonious agreement, other times we might be fighting a bitter battle to the very end. However each episode shakes out, we hope that everyone who listens will find the show entertaining and informative. Outro music: The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 'Pachelbel's Ganon' by djpretzel (http://ocremix.org/remix/OCR00753) You can download or listen to the podcast over on Soundcloud, our hosting site, and iTunes. A YouTube version is (sometimes) available as well, so you can watch what we are talking about while we talk about it! You can also follow the show on Twitter: @BestGamesPeriod New episodes of The Best Games Period will be released every Monday
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    Learn the real science behind science fiction at our First Fridays events! Each month has a different theme, features free hands-on activities and culminates with a free 10pm screening of a classic science fiction move in the OMNIMAX® Theater. First Friday favorites like public telescope viewings, scifi trivia and special prices for OMNIMAX® films are a staple at every event. Tickets for the free 10pm show are available starting at 6pm on the evening of the First Friday event and are distributed on a first come, first served basis. First Friday activities such as our presentations, sci-fi trivia, 10pm sci-fi film, etc. are primarily designed for adults and recommended for audiences 16 years and older. Our public telescope viewings and free 7pm Planetarium show are recommended for all ages. - See more at: http://www.slsc.org/first-fridays#sthash.7jXgsNcM.dpuf September's theme will be "Happy 50th, Star Trek!", and we will be there to offer games for visitors to play while we encourage them to sign up to participate in Extra Life.
  7. In partnership with Arc System Works, the owners of the River City franchise, Natsume has announced that the latest in the long running side-scrolling beat-'em-up series will be coming to 3DS systems across North America in the near future. Most players will be familiar with the franchise from the classic beat-'em-up River City Ransom for the NES and its update that released on Game Boy Advance. The series has spun off numerous times in Japan to include additional entries, fighting games, and even volleyball titles. This latest entry comes as part of the 30th anniversary of River City Ransom in Japan. "We know there's a loyal fanbase of the River City series in North America who have been asking for more of these addictive games to play!" said Hiro Maekawa, President & CEO of Natsume. "Whether you're a longtime River City fan or new to the series, there's plenty of side-scrolling action to love." River City: Tokyo Rumble takes place in the middle of a city-wide gang invasion. Players follow the story of Kunio, a high school student with a short fuse as he works various jobs, levels his abilities, and use punches, kicks, soccer balls, iron knuckles, and chains to free the city from the powerful gang that runs it all. There other playable characters for players to experiment with from the long history of the series, too. Tokyo Rumble also has the option to face-off against opponents in Rumble mode or even dodgeball. Though they haven't given a release date, River City: Tokyo Rumble will be making a playable appearance at E3 2016, June 14-16.
  8. In partnership with Arc System Works, the owners of the River City franchise, Natsume has announced that the latest in the long running side-scrolling beat-'em-up series will be coming to 3DS systems across North America in the near future. Most players will be familiar with the franchise from the classic beat-'em-up River City Ransom for the NES and its update that released on Game Boy Advance. The series has spun off numerous times in Japan to include additional entries, fighting games, and even volleyball titles. This latest entry comes as part of the 30th anniversary of River City Ransom in Japan. "We know there's a loyal fanbase of the River City series in North America who have been asking for more of these addictive games to play!" said Hiro Maekawa, President & CEO of Natsume. "Whether you're a longtime River City fan or new to the series, there's plenty of side-scrolling action to love." River City: Tokyo Rumble takes place in the middle of a city-wide gang invasion. Players follow the story of Kunio, a high school student with a short fuse as he works various jobs, levels his abilities, and use punches, kicks, soccer balls, iron knuckles, and chains to free the city from the powerful gang that runs it all. There other playable characters for players to experiment with from the long history of the series, too. Tokyo Rumble also has the option to face-off against opponents in Rumble mode or even dodgeball. Though they haven't given a release date, River City: Tokyo Rumble will be making a playable appearance at E3 2016, June 14-16. View full article
  9. One of the most respected and talented game development teams in the industry is celebrating thirty years of making games with an art show and a full-length video that chronicles their journey. The art show will be held at the Gallery Nucleus in Los Angeles as well as a celebration at the Lucca Comics and Games Festival this year. During the art show, the Gallery Nucleus will also be where special screenings of the full anniversary video will be shown on October 4 and 12. A week after the screenings the video will be released to the wider public. Below you can watch the promo video. View full article
  10. One of the most respected and talented game development teams in the industry is celebrating thirty years of making games with an art show and a full-length video that chronicles their journey. The art show will be held at the Gallery Nucleus in Los Angeles as well as a celebration at the Lucca Comics and Games Festival this year. During the art show, the Gallery Nucleus will also be where special screenings of the full anniversary video will be shown on October 4 and 12. A week after the screenings the video will be released to the wider public. Below you can watch the promo video.
  11. The talented video game remixing community that thrives on OverClocked Remix has put together their latest (completely free) album in tribute to the handheld gaming system that brought mobile gaming mainstream and its creator, Gunpei Yokoi. The fifteen tracks of Legacy: Game Boy 25th Anniversary are a lovingly crafted tribute to the massively successful Game Boy. Like the memories of the now obsolete system, the sixteen artists who worked on the album manage to convey a beautiful sense of nostalgia. This is worth checking out for anyone who remembers fond moments with the Game Boy or anyone who loves good music, for that matter. I make no secret of how much I love OverClocked Remix. The video game remix community is an interesting one that brims with talented musicians who provide their own unique takes on the classic video game music we all love and also some of the music that isn't so widely known (like this remix of the Versus Play music from Super Dodge Ball or this remix based on OutRun). Almost all of the music on OCRemix available free of charge to download and enjoy, so enjoy one of the largest tributes to video game music on the internet and pay a visit to their site sometime. You can download the Legacy album here.
  12. The talented video game remixing community that thrives on OverClocked Remix has put together their latest (completely free) album in tribute to the handheld gaming system that brought mobile gaming mainstream and its creator, Gunpei Yokoi. The fifteen tracks of Legacy: Game Boy 25th Anniversary are a lovingly crafted tribute to the massively successful Game Boy. Like the memories of the now obsolete system, the sixteen artists who worked on the album manage to convey a beautiful sense of nostalgia. This is worth checking out for anyone who remembers fond moments with the Game Boy or anyone who loves good music, for that matter. I make no secret of how much I love OverClocked Remix. The video game remix community is an interesting one that brims with talented musicians who provide their own unique takes on the classic video game music we all love and also some of the music that isn't so widely known (like this remix of the Versus Play music from Super Dodge Ball or this remix based on OutRun). Almost all of the music on OCRemix available free of charge to download and enjoy, so enjoy one of the largest tributes to video game music on the internet and pay a visit to their site sometime. You can download the Legacy album here. View full article
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