LMG: Last Man Gaming

DayZ Epoch: Black Hawk to the rescue!:

THEATER MASTER (Garry’s Mod Murder):

videogamenostalgia:

Steam Summer Sales Day 3

Crytek In Deep Trouble

nurts:


According to Gamestar, Crytek is suffering financially at near ruinous levels and may be on the road to banruptcy. Gamestar also claims that the development of Ryse was catastrophic for the studio.

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dayzdev:

This devblog will be focused on describing the progress with one of our biggest issues: Zombie Pathfinding.

Development Priorities and Pace

Our major focus has been on establishing the architecture, both in the team and in the game, in order to deliver best in the future. This involved us…

playstation:

LittleBigPlanet 3

Meet the new (adorable) characters in this PS4 platformer.

THEATER MASTER (Garry’s Mod Murder):

Chase Achievements with Xbox One’s snappy July update

nurts:

Most of us have fallen for the allure of Xbox Achievements at some point since their arrival with the Xbox 360. If you’re still incessantly bumping your Gamerscore, the Xbox One July update’s inclusion of Achievement Snap should be up your alley -…


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thisistheverge:

Nintendo is exciting again
All it took was a failing console to spark Nintendo’s creativity. As the Wii U struggles with consistently disappointing sales, Nintendo has tried to reverse its fortunes by releasing some of its most exciting and inventive games ever, including the likes of Mario Kart 8 and the whimsical Tomodachi Life. But at E3 in Los Angeles, the company has taken things a step further, announcing a huge range of creative titles for its home console. Soon you’ll be able to use your Wii U to build your own Super Mario levels and explore a vast open world in the first HD Legend of Zelda. The next Super Smash Bros. is filled with an almost overwhelming amount of content and ideas. After a lengthy period of being boring, Nintendo is exciting again.

thisistheverge:

Nintendo is exciting again
All it took was a failing console to spark Nintendo’s creativity. As the Wii U struggles with consistently disappointing sales, Nintendo has tried to reverse its fortunes by releasing some of its most exciting and inventive games ever, including the likes of Mario Kart 8 and the whimsical Tomodachi Life. But at E3 in Los Angeles, the company has taken things a step further, announcing a huge range of creative titles for its home console. Soon you’ll be able to use your Wii U to build your own Super Mario levels and explore a vast open world in the first HD Legend of Zelda. The next Super Smash Bros. is filled with an almost overwhelming amount of content and ideas. After a lengthy period of being boring, Nintendo is exciting again.