EGM Weekly: March 29, 2014 Edition
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EGM Weekly: March 29, 2014 Edition

This is EGM Weekly, a round up of the top news, reviews, and features from the past seven days. This week, Square Enix trademarks Deus Ex: Mankind Divided in Europe, Uncharted 4 game director Justin  Richmond joins a growing list of departed Naughty Dog employees, Respawn cracks down on Titanfall cheaters by putting all aimbot users ... Read More»
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You’ll Soon Be Able To Park A Car With Your 3DS…Sort Of
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You’ll Soon Be Able To Park A Car With Your 3DS…Sort Of

GG3 writes: “Publisher Circle Entertainment has sent off its latest mini-title, Parking Star 3D for Nintendo 3DS, to the NOA Lot Check, which is an overseeing establishment that rates the quality of games for Nintendo. This means it should be hopefully be approved for sale shortly.&#... Read More»
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God of War on the NES
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God of War on the NES

Everyone knows that God of War is a Sony owned intellectual property, one that would probably never be made available on a Nintendo system. That hasn’t stopped some ingenuitive game hackers who have created a God of War game on the venerable 8-Bit Nintendo. Yea, the NES that was released in the mid 80′s, almost ... Read More»
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Amazing Spider-Man 2 video highlights new web-slinging and more open design
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Amazing Spider-Man 2 video highlights new web-slinging and more open design

In a new video showcasing The Amazing Spider-Man 2’s PS4 version, creative director Thomas Wilson overviews several of the game’s new features, including the upgraded web-slinging mechanics. With this sequel, the team at Beenox wanted to ground web-slinging in a more realistic way. To accomplish this, they assigned Spidey’s right and left arms to the ... Read More»
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Cartoon Network series-spanning game, new Adventure Time title coming this year
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Cartoon Network series-spanning game, new Adventure Time title coming this year

Cartoon Network and Little Orbit are partnering to develop a new Adventure Time game and one that combines characters across Cartoon Network’s series, the companies announced today. Little Orbits previous game development projects include Barbie Dreamhouse Party, Monsters High: 13 Wishes: The Official Game, Monsters High: Skultimate Roller Maze, Mistborn: Birthright, and Young Justice: Legacy—just ... Read More»
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Media Create Hardware Sales: PS Vita Bests 3DS XL Again
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Media Create Hardware Sales: PS Vita Bests 3DS XL Again

The cumulative 3DS sales tell a different story though... Read More»
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EGM Weekly: March 22, 2014 Edition
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EGM Weekly: March 22, 2014 Edition

This is EGM Weekly, a round up of the top news, reviews, and features from the past seven days. This week, Ubisoft confirms Assassin’s Creed: Unity, reports indicate EA has secured publishing rights to Titanfall 2 and that the sequel won’t be a Microsoft exclusive, Sony reveals VR headset “Project Morpheus,” longtime Castlevania producer Koji ... Read More»
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The Year of Luigi Has Ended! Who’s Next?
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The Year of Luigi Has Ended! Who’s Next?

The Year of Luigi is now over. This year has brought us fun games and cameos for the green clad plumber. The question we have to ask now is: Who will be the next Nintendo character to get this special treatment... Read More»
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Crytek opening access to CryEngine through affordable monthly subscriptions
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Crytek opening access to CryEngine through affordable monthly subscriptions

Crytek is opening access to their proprietary through an “Engineas-a-Service” program that allows independent developers to use all its features for a $9.90 monthly subscription fee. “When we announced the new CryEngine this was our first step towards creating an engine as a service,” director of business development Carl Jones said in a statement posted ... Read More»
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Child of Light behind-the-scenes video explores watercolor aesthetic inspirations
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Child of Light behind-the-scenes video explores watercolor aesthetic inspirations

In a new behind-the-scenes video for Child of Light, creative director Patrick Plourde and other devs on the project discuss the inspirations behind the game’s watercolor painting aesthetic. According to lead graphist Salomé Strappazon, the team was inspired by 18th century illustrations, including works by John Bauer, Edmund Dulac, and Arthur Rackham. Plourde, writer Jeffrey ... Read More»
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Oddworld: Abe’s Exoddus remake and new entry depend on New ‘n’ Tasty sales
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Oddworld: Abe’s Exoddus remake and new entry depend on New ‘n’ Tasty sales

If Oddworld: New ’n’ Tasty moves 250,000 units those sales will fund a remake of Abe’s Exoddus, while 500,000 units will support a brand new Oddworld game, creator Lorne Lanning told Eurogamer during GDC today. According to Lanning, he hopes to finally bring the long-planned Brutal Ballad of Fangus Klot to life, but does not ... Read More»
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Aztez Bringing Brawling and Strategy Together on Xbox One, PS4, PS Vita, Wii U and PC
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Aztez Bringing Brawling and Strategy Together on Xbox One, PS4, PS Vita, Wii U and PC

The two-man studio at Team Colorblind is currently toiling away on a brand new game for (inhale) the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Vita, Wii U, PC, Mac, and Linux (exhale). Titled Aztez, the game features a combination of fast-paced beat [&#... Read More»
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Longtime Castlevania producer Koji Igarashi parts ways with Konami
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Longtime Castlevania producer Koji Igarashi parts ways with Konami

Koji Igarashi, producer of Castlevania games since the Symphony of the Night days and frequent wearer of cowboy hats and boots, has left Konami to strike out on his own, Polygon reports. “I’ve decided to break out on my own to have the freedom to make the kind of games I really want to make—the ... Read More»
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Master Level Design: Super Mario 3D World
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Master Level Design: Super Mario 3D World

This quaint little place is World 6-2 “Spooky Seasick Wreck”. I’d like to take a moment and share with you all why this stage is a great example of Nintendo level design. The player starts off on a mostly empty platform with nothing noteworthy to look at but the warp box in front of them. ... Read More»
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Pro Wrestling on NES Hacked to Become WWE Wrestling
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Pro Wrestling on NES Hacked to Become WWE Wrestling

Ask anyone what the best 8-bit wrestling game is and most will say Pro Wrestling by Nintendo on the NES. From Star Man to Fighter Hayabusa, Pro Wrestling was where it was at in the 8-bit days. Sega had some decent wrestling titles but well, the Master System sold like crap and no one remembers ... Read More»
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