[16 Apr 2014 | No Comment | ]
Kim Dotcom will celebrate getting his fortune back on the race track

Kim Dotcom’s getting his fortune back, and to celebrate, he’s throwing a party. The Megaupload founder tweeted this morning that Auckland’s High Court will return the cash, vehicles and property that were seized on behalf of the US back in 2012. On…
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[16 Apr 2014 | No Comment | ]
Don't let that Beyond Good & Evil 2 get your hopes up

Yesterday we were treated to what was allegedly a new look for Jade in Beyond Good & Evil 2, which was announced in 2008. Ubisoft told IGN that the piece was concept art from the first game, now over a decade old.
Beyond Good & Evil‘s Michel Ancel fielded sequel questions during a Rayman Legends livestream, giving the usual vague notions like last time people got needlessly excited. “Working on Rayman Legends was a nice, early holiday. So we are going to make serious games now. Beyond Good & Evil [is] …

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[15 Apr 2014 | No Comment | ]
Super Joystiq Podcast Special: PAX East 2014 with Capy and Wadjet Eye

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PAX East 2014 may be over, but we have still have plenty of fresh insight from the show to share. On this Super Joystiq Podcast Special, Ludwig and Xav sit down with Dave Gilbert of Wadjet Eye, as well as Nathan Vella and Sylvain Coutouly from Capy to discuss trends in independent development and the companies’ forthcoming titles – Blackwell Epiphany, Super TIME Force, and Below. Also on the discussion list: game engines, development team sizes, porting, and the paths of in-development games.
Check back in tomorrow as we …

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[15 Apr 2014 | No Comment | ]
Here's a half hour of the Arkham Origins Mr. Freeze DLC, if you want to watch th

I’ve never quite understood why people want to watch extended gameplay videos of upcoming content. I mean, if you’re excited and want to play it, why would you want to spoil a long chunk of it? Conversely, if you couldn’t care less about it, you’re probably not going to watch in the first place, right?
Regardless, that’s neither here nor there (or maybe it’s both here and there) because you can totally fire up the first half hour of Arkham Origins: Cold, Cold Heart DLC if your cold, cold heart so desires. I …

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[15 Apr 2014 | No Comment | ]
How to Check If Your Android Device Could Be Hacked via Heartbleed

Heartbleed is causing heartache on hundreds of servers all over the internet, but security researchers have also warned that the bug could allow direct hacks of Android, too. Here’s how to check if your device is at risk.
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[14 Apr 2014 | No Comment | ]
Rain World has competitive slugcat multiplayer and bat attacks

Rain World is still the best. And it’s coming to Vita (and more).
Jonathan Holmes went and chatted with Rain World‘s developers at PAX. In the background you can see a very early alpha multiplayer sandbox that looks to be in the vein of Samurai Gunn and Towerfall. You get points for eating flies and lizards and killing each other.
Did you know lizard only has one “z”? That’s weird.

Via Destructoid

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[14 Apr 2014 | No Comment | ]
Child of Light trailer shows off world of Lemuria

A new trailer for upcoming Ubisoft RPG Child of Light shows off the watercolor world of Lemuria. We already knew this game is going to be a treat for the eyes, but this new world tour video shows us that we’ve got so much more to see. This has to be one of the most beautiful games ever created. I almost can’t believe that Child of Light is a game that I’m going to soon be able to play — it doesn’t seem real yet!
Child of Light is coming to Xbox …

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[13 Apr 2014 | No Comment | ]
Spray-Painting Graffiti Drone Not Nearly as Effective as You'd Think

Robots may be taking our jobs throughout agriculture and industry, but the the duty of defacing architecture is likely to remain in the hands of humans for the immediate future if this semi-autonomous spray-paint drone is any evidence.
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