Objection Sustained? Or Overruled? | A Phoenix Wright cosplayer joins the Occupy demonstration in Santa Rosa, Calif. yesterday. (Image submitted by Joel B.)
The Indie Stone, the U.K.-based team behind the survival-horror game Project Zomboid might have the worst and hardest luck in independent games development. They've battled piracy—the kind that actually does cost a developer money—and had preorders cut off when PayPal suddenly shut down their account for bogus reasons. Still like the undead, they always managed to shamble back from adversity. It will be a lot tougher to rally this time. More »
We got a treat at New York Comic-Con today. We got the world's first look at the trailer for next summer's The Amazing Spider-Man game. You should watch this one. More »
The gang behind that enormous stop-motion Tetris animation in Minecraft have struck again, and this time they have really outdone themselves. It's a gargantuan stop-motion animation of The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening, covering the opening montage and the first three minutes of gameplay. Thing is, Minecraft's creator himself, Markus "Notch" Persson, believes it is a fake. More »
Capcom's fighting game guru Seth Killian says it's kind of cheap, but you can play as Galactus in Ultimate Marvel Vs. Capcom 3. He showed off that feature today in a trailer that showed the devourer of worlds giving Wolverine (and Nova) a beatdown. More »
As a 10-year veteran of the Madden NFL series, Ian Cummings has plenty of experience building video games with bears in them. It's the raccoons and beavers that are a bit of a departure this time. More »
Capcom set up a sound booth in the middle of their New York Comic-Con booth this weekend not to keep the noise out, but to keep it in. More »
You can shout "grenade!" and see Master Chief sling one with the Kinect functionality 343 Industries has added to Halo: Anniversary, the high-definition remake coming Nov. 15. Other voice commands include "reload!" the studio revealed yesterday at Comic-Con. More »
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