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  1. Satoru Iwata was a genius and a hero to many in the gaming industry. His passing last July left many, including myself, with heavy hearts and the feeling that someone we cared about was taken too soon. At this year's Game Developers Choice Awards, an animated short was shown to honor and remember the late president and CEO of Nintendo. It is a beautiful, touching three minutes that I think really captures how a lot of people felt about Iwata. He was a man who wanted nothing more than to use his skills to make new, beautiful, wonderful things to bring a bit of happiness to people's lives. That's a bit of an unsung goal, but Iwata really gave it everything he had. Thank you, Mr. Iwata for making the world a bit better for us all.
  2. Satoru Iwata was a genius and a hero to many in the gaming industry. His passing last July left many, including myself, with heavy hearts and the feeling that someone we cared about was taken too soon. At this year's Game Developers Choice Awards, an animated short was shown to honor and remember the late president and CEO of Nintendo. It is a beautiful, touching three minutes that I think really captures how a lot of people felt about Iwata. He was a man who wanted nothing more than to use his skills to make new, beautiful, wonderful things to bring a bit of happiness to people's lives. That's a bit of an unsung goal, but Iwata really gave it everything he had. Thank you, Mr. Iwata for making the world a bit better for us all. View full article
  3. The 13th annual Game Developers Choice Awards took place on the 27th and Thatgamecompany’s Journey won in every category in which it was nominated, earning itself six GDC Awards, including the prestigious Game of the Year Award. The awards ceremony was hosted by Tim Schafer, founder of the developer Double Fine. Schafer took the opportunity after all the awards were given out to reveal the Kickstarter-backed game, Broken Age, which had previously only been referred to as The Double Fine Adventure. The full GDC Awards results can be seen below, the winners are italicized under each category. Game of the Year Winner Dishonored (Arkane Studios/Bethesda Softworks) Journey (Thatgamecompany/Sony Computer Entertainment) Mass Effect 3 (BioWare/Electronic Arts) The Walking Dead (Telltale Games) XCOM: Enemy Unknown (Firaxis Games/2K Games) Innovation Award FTL: Faster Than Light (Subset Games) Journey (Thatgamecompany/Sony Computer Entertainment) Mark of the Ninja (Klei Entertainment/Microsoft Studios) The Unfinished Swan (Giant Sparrow/Sony Computer Entertainment) ZombiU (Ubisoft Montpellier/Ubisoft) Best Audio Assassin's Creed III (Ubisoft Montreal/Ubisoft) Halo 4 (343 Industries/Microsoft Studios) Hotline Miami (Dennaton Games/Devolver Digital) Journey (Thatgamecompany/Sony Computer Entertainment) Sound Shapes (Queasy Games/Sony Computer Entertainment) Best Debut Fireproof Games (The Room) Giant Sparrow (The Unfinished Swan) Humble Hearts (Dust: An Elysian Tail) Polytron Corporation (Fez) Subset Games (FTL: Faster Than Light) Best Downloadable Game Journey (Thatgamecompany/Sony Computer Entertainment) Mark Of The Ninja (Klei Entertainment/Microsoft Studios) Spelunky (Derek Yu/Andy Hull) The Walking Dead (Telltale Games) Trials: Evolution (RedLynx/Microsoft Studios) Best Game Design Dishonored (Arkane Studios/Bethesda Softworks) Journey (Thatgamecompany/Sony Computer Entertainment) Mark Of The Ninja (Klei Entertainment/Microsoft Studios) Spelunky (Derek Yu/Andy Hull) XCOM: Enemy Unknown (Firaxis Games/2K Games) Best Handheld/Mobile Game Gravity Rush (SCE Japan Studio/Sony Computer Entertainment) Hero Academy (Robot Entertainment) Kid Icarus: Uprising (Sora/Nintendo) Sound Shapes (Queasy Games/Sony Computer Entertainment) The Room (Fireproof Games) Best Narrative Dishonored (Arkane Studios/Bethesda Softworks) Mass Effect 3 (BioWare/Electronic Arts) Spec Ops: The Line (Yager Entertainment/2K Games) The Walking Dead (Telltale Games) Virtue's Last Reward (Chunsoft/Aksys Games) Best Technology Assassin's Creed III (Ubisoft Montreal/Ubisoft) Call of Duty: Black Ops II (Treyarch/Activision) Far Cry 3 (Ubisoft Montreal/Ubisoft) Halo 4 (343 Industries/Microsoft Studios) PlanetSide 2 (Sony Online Entertainment) Best Visual Arts Borderlands 2 (Gearbox Software/2K Games) Dishonored (Arkane Studios/Bethesda Softworks) Far Cry 3 (Ubisoft Montreal/Ubisoft) Halo 4 (343 Industries/Microsoft Studios) Journey (Thatgamecompany/Sony Computer Entertainment) Lifetime Achievement Winner Dr. Ray Muzyka and Dr. Greg Zeschuk Pioneer Award Winner Steve Russell Ambassador Award Winner Chris Melissinos Audience Award Winner Dishonored (Arkane Studios) If you are interested in watching the award ceremony for yourself, you can watch the recorded footage over at GameSpot. Congratulations to all the winners and we look forward to seeing what lies in store from them in the years to come. Maybe we'll be seeing Broken Age at next year's GDC Awards? What do you think?
  4. The 13th annual Game Developers Choice Awards took place on the 27th and Thatgamecompany’s Journey won in every category in which it was nominated, earning itself six GDC Awards, including the prestigious Game of the Year Award. The awards ceremony was hosted by Tim Schafer, founder of the developer Double Fine. Schafer took the opportunity after all the awards were given out to reveal the Kickstarter-backed game, Broken Age, which had previously only been referred to as The Double Fine Adventure. The full GDC Awards results can be seen below, the winners are italicized under each category. Game of the Year Winner Dishonored (Arkane Studios/Bethesda Softworks) Journey (Thatgamecompany/Sony Computer Entertainment) Mass Effect 3 (BioWare/Electronic Arts) The Walking Dead (Telltale Games) XCOM: Enemy Unknown (Firaxis Games/2K Games) Innovation Award FTL: Faster Than Light (Subset Games) Journey (Thatgamecompany/Sony Computer Entertainment) Mark of the Ninja (Klei Entertainment/Microsoft Studios) The Unfinished Swan (Giant Sparrow/Sony Computer Entertainment) ZombiU (Ubisoft Montpellier/Ubisoft) Best Audio Assassin's Creed III (Ubisoft Montreal/Ubisoft) Halo 4 (343 Industries/Microsoft Studios) Hotline Miami (Dennaton Games/Devolver Digital) Journey (Thatgamecompany/Sony Computer Entertainment) Sound Shapes (Queasy Games/Sony Computer Entertainment) Best Debut Fireproof Games (The Room) Giant Sparrow (The Unfinished Swan) Humble Hearts (Dust: An Elysian Tail) Polytron Corporation (Fez) Subset Games (FTL: Faster Than Light) Best Downloadable Game Journey (Thatgamecompany/Sony Computer Entertainment) Mark Of The Ninja (Klei Entertainment/Microsoft Studios) Spelunky (Derek Yu/Andy Hull) The Walking Dead (Telltale Games) Trials: Evolution (RedLynx/Microsoft Studios) Best Game Design Dishonored (Arkane Studios/Bethesda Softworks) Journey (Thatgamecompany/Sony Computer Entertainment) Mark Of The Ninja (Klei Entertainment/Microsoft Studios) Spelunky (Derek Yu/Andy Hull) XCOM: Enemy Unknown (Firaxis Games/2K Games) Best Handheld/Mobile Game Gravity Rush (SCE Japan Studio/Sony Computer Entertainment) Hero Academy (Robot Entertainment) Kid Icarus: Uprising (Sora/Nintendo) Sound Shapes (Queasy Games/Sony Computer Entertainment) The Room (Fireproof Games) Best Narrative Dishonored (Arkane Studios/Bethesda Softworks) Mass Effect 3 (BioWare/Electronic Arts) Spec Ops: The Line (Yager Entertainment/2K Games) The Walking Dead (Telltale Games) Virtue's Last Reward (Chunsoft/Aksys Games) Best Technology Assassin's Creed III (Ubisoft Montreal/Ubisoft) Call of Duty: Black Ops II (Treyarch/Activision) Far Cry 3 (Ubisoft Montreal/Ubisoft) Halo 4 (343 Industries/Microsoft Studios) PlanetSide 2 (Sony Online Entertainment) Best Visual Arts Borderlands 2 (Gearbox Software/2K Games) Dishonored (Arkane Studios/Bethesda Softworks) Far Cry 3 (Ubisoft Montreal/Ubisoft) Halo 4 (343 Industries/Microsoft Studios) Journey (Thatgamecompany/Sony Computer Entertainment) Lifetime Achievement Winner Dr. Ray Muzyka and Dr. Greg Zeschuk Pioneer Award Winner Steve Russell Ambassador Award Winner Chris Melissinos Audience Award Winner Dishonored (Arkane Studios) If you are interested in watching the award ceremony for yourself, you can watch the recorded footage over at GameSpot. Congratulations to all the winners and we look forward to seeing what lies in store from them in the years to come. Maybe we'll be seeing Broken Age at next year's GDC Awards? What do you think? View full article
  5. Today, during the Kojima Productions talk at GDC, Hideo Kojima finally dropped the bomb that many had been expecting: The Phantom Pain teased during last year’s Spike Video Game Awards was really Metal Gear Solid V. What came as a bigger surprise was that another announced Metal Gear game, Ground Zeroes, was also Metal Gear Solid V. The developer then showed off a new trailer of the upcoming stealth-action title that was an expanded mash-up of the previous two trailers for The Phantom Pain and Ground Zeroes, which you can view below. I’m not sure how much information can be pulled out of the trailer, especially when things start going crazy about halfway in, but I’ll do my best. The game stars Big Boss as a protagonist after having been in a coma for 9 years and missing his left hand for unknown reasons. It is possible that some mission went terribly wrong involving Big Boss and Johnny “Akiba” Sasaki from MGS4, as he could be the sunglasses wearing person toward the beginning of the trailer. Someone or some organization wants him dead or out of the picture, which explains the images of soldiers storming a hospital and of Big Boss in a hospital gown. It also seems to imply some connection with MGS3 with the reintroduction of the FOX unit and the cryptic phrase, “From ‘FOX’ Two Phantoms were Born.” One of those phantoms is clearly Big Boss, but who the other phantom might be, is somewhat unclear as most of them seem to have perished in previous games. “FOX vs. XOF” flashes on screen for a brief second, suggesting that XOF is another group, possibly created by the mysterious survivor of the FOX unit, who will serve as Big Boss’ primary antagonist. The final scene of the trailer shows Big Boss astride a motorcycle wearing a leather jacket that says Diamond Dogs and a voiceover that says, “Do you see this? Diamond Dogs. Our new home.” Perhaps this means that Big Boss will become part of a new unit called the Diamond Dogs to fight the XOF? The last words before the trailer ends are, “V has come to,” said by a lady in a slight Russian accent. There are numerous strange things in the clips shown at GDC like the flaming unicorn-pegasus, the giant flying fire-whale, a stallion that gets struck by lightning, a man with a horribly burned face, and more. What does it all mean and what roles will these things play in the game? Your guess is as good as mine. Let us know what you think in the comments!
  6. Today, during the Kojima Productions talk at GDC, Hideo Kojima finally dropped the bomb that many had been expecting: The Phantom Pain teased during last year’s Spike Video Game Awards was really Metal Gear Solid V. What came as a bigger surprise was that another announced Metal Gear game, Ground Zeroes, was also Metal Gear Solid V. The developer then showed off a new trailer of the upcoming stealth-action title that was an expanded mash-up of the previous two trailers for The Phantom Pain and Ground Zeroes, which you can view below. I’m not sure how much information can be pulled out of the trailer, especially when things start going crazy about halfway in, but I’ll do my best. The game stars Big Boss as a protagonist after having been in a coma for 9 years and missing his left hand for unknown reasons. It is possible that some mission went terribly wrong involving Big Boss and Johnny “Akiba” Sasaki from MGS4, as he could be the sunglasses wearing person toward the beginning of the trailer. Someone or some organization wants him dead or out of the picture, which explains the images of soldiers storming a hospital and of Big Boss in a hospital gown. It also seems to imply some connection with MGS3 with the reintroduction of the FOX unit and the cryptic phrase, “From ‘FOX’ Two Phantoms were Born.” One of those phantoms is clearly Big Boss, but who the other phantom might be, is somewhat unclear as most of them seem to have perished in previous games. “FOX vs. XOF” flashes on screen for a brief second, suggesting that XOF is another group, possibly created by the mysterious survivor of the FOX unit, who will serve as Big Boss’ primary antagonist. The final scene of the trailer shows Big Boss astride a motorcycle wearing a leather jacket that says Diamond Dogs and a voiceover that says, “Do you see this? Diamond Dogs. Our new home.” Perhaps this means that Big Boss will become part of a new unit called the Diamond Dogs to fight the XOF? The last words before the trailer ends are, “V has come to,” said by a lady in a slight Russian accent. There are numerous strange things in the clips shown at GDC like the flaming unicorn-pegasus, the giant flying fire-whale, a stallion that gets struck by lightning, a man with a horribly burned face, and more. What does it all mean and what roles will these things play in the game? Your guess is as good as mine. Let us know what you think in the comments! View full article
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