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there are more books written about other books than any other topic would have something to say about the nostalgia binge of the RS Gold last five years. In this light, it's exciting to hear about an atmospheric, thematically ambitious game that not only takes on the typical, if excellent, triumvirate of nostalgia, coming of age and fantasy, but does so with a clear consciousness of weightier issues, namely global poverty and the harm it wreaks on families."Richard Clark writes about having a disquieting


with the Kinect Fun Labs for KillScreen Magazine's blog.Reader Tom Kenny writes in to alert us to "a massive Quintin Smith-shaped hole in your curation. It's called "Journey of Saga", and it's still the best piece of games writing I've ever read". And he's right! We haven't linked to it before, possibly because it's a kinda weird and out there series, but hey, we know a lot of people (me included) like that kind of thing. So do set aside the hours to go RuneScape Gold read all seven (count 'em!) parts of


of Saga. It starts here, with a promise of 'Gaming's Citizen Kane'.Writing for the Pop Matters Moving Pixels blog, G Christopher Williams looks at clothing damage in games and how, well, 'Boys Get Naked Better than Girls' and Aaron Poppleton talks 'Agency and Narrative in Open World Games', inspired in part by Tom Bissell's piece of a few weeks ago on LA Noire.Speaking of LA Noire, the ever excellent Jonathan McCalmont talks about the game in his latest column for the


blog, in 'Pixel-Bitching: L.A. Noire and the Art of Conversation':"As a devotee of noir fiction and a long-time admirer of both James Ellroy's LA Quartet and Curtis Hanson's L.A. Confidential (1997), I was more than looking forward to Team Bondi's attempt to RSGOLE recreate 1950s Los Angeles using the Grand Theft Auto sandbox template. However, as soon as Ken Cosgrove was shoved into an interview room with a suspect and told to extract a confession, I knew that something was desperately

sin against your fellow man. Remember, this includes stuff like 'monkeypatching' class or module-level methods in python.The FIFA Coins Golden RuleThe golden rule that I've come up with with globals is, if I can't predict the implications of modifying state, find a way not to modify state. If something else you don't definitely know about is potentially relying on a certain state or value, don't change it. Even better, get rid of the situation. This means, you keep all globals and anything that could be


a global (access to env vars, singletons, static state, commandline args) out of your libraries, entirely.The only place you want globals is at the highest level application logic. This is the only way you can design something where you know all the implications of the globals, and rigorously sticking to this design will improve the portability of your code greatly.Agree? Disagree? Did I miss any pseudonymous globals that you've had to Forza Horizon 3 credits wrangle?[This piece was reprinted from


AltDevBlogADay, a shared blog initiative started by _acton devoted to giving game developers of all disciplines a place to motivate each other to write regularly about their personal game development passions.The U.S. Supreme Court has elected not to rule on an Entertainment Software Association request that the state of California pay $1.4 million in legal costs it incurred arguing the Brown vs. EMA case, which established First Amendment protections for video games.


explains that the lack of a ruling means the mmogo issue of legal costs will be sent back down to the Ninth Circuit Court for adjudication.The ESA originally filed a request for $1.1 million in reimbursement in July, arguing that "California persisted in defending a law that Plaintiffs warned the Legislature was unconstitutional before it was passed."In June, the high court ruled in a 7-2 decision that video games qualify for full protection under the First Amendment, and that a 2005

coax and push agents around the world to RuneScape Gold check that they don't suddenly behave strangely in one place.So the first obvious solution is to transpose one world into another: to visualize worlds that aren't usually visual. Many game engines do this: rendering all the physics polygons, or the AI's navigation mesh, as a translucent overlay over the regular visual world. Different colors are used to indicate different properties, such as "sticky" or "only traversable by crawling agents."Transposing


other worlds into the visual world is usually the RS Gold most convenient way to work, as we can gather a large amount of precise information quickly in that world, but it's not the only transposition available: we could use audio, too. Imagine making physics surfaces close behind the camera emit a low hum, so you can tell when the camera is backing into something without having to look at it. There are some interesting possibilities here for enabling game development for the visually impaired, too.


next solution is to try to ensure that all the worlds are being furnished with data from a common source. We can hand-craft collision and navigation meshes, but aside from the risk of human error, this is very prone to resynchronization ? someone changes the render mesh and doesn't update the collision mesh.Instead, we can seek to generate our collision and navigation meshes from our render meshes. Tools exist for this already: libraries like QHull can be used to generate simple convex


for collision, or more advanced tools like Simplygon can produce more accurate low-polygon meshes suitable for rsgole use in the physics world.For navigation meshes, the Recast toolkit is excellent (and free!). Depending on your game's needs, you'll likely need to write some custom analysis and generation methods, but existing tech can be used to provide a lot of the infrastructure for that.The most important thing, though, is to just be very clear about what the different worlds your game

we had done the game Cloud which was about sky; FlOw, which was about water, and Flower, which was about lands. We thought about, what else can we do?" The decision to set the game in the chameleonic desert ultimately came down to FIFA Coins Journey's primary directive: To create an online game where people could share the experience with one another. Although players can experience Journey effectively totally alone, ultimately the studio hopes that the multiplayer experience will


truly meaningful. It's the great age of connectivity, yet most online games are more like team sports, and Thatgamecompany was intrigued by the Buy FIFA Coins idea of an online game that was not a traditional empowerment fantasy, that wasn't about players using weapons or other powers upon one another. That singular goal drove all of the game's design decisions; the smooth backdrop of a desert would make it easier for players to focus on their fellows, rather than to become distracted by a


-busy environment.Journey's silent protagonist doesn't even have arms: "Arms might create the expectation of physical interaction or combat," co-founder Kellee Santiago explains. What the team wanted most was to create the sense of awe that comes with adventuring toward the unknown -- and to enhance the sense of loss and loneliness that might make players long to seek one another out and collaborate, even in a silent world where interaction is limited to musical "shouts


"Looking at photos of two people in a desert, I already [experience] a feeling of longing," says Chen. "But if eventually [players have] to go to the mountains, then a different terrain would happen." Thus one of the game's most fascinating achievements becomes the subtle and delicate transformation of desert land into so many visually distinct and often stunning arenas, using only color, light and the shapes of the crimson fabric that populates the world. "We're a very small team at

productive to them.In its survey, 65.9 percent out of 5,600 respondents said they are losing interest in playing video games, compared to FIFA Coins 63.5 percent a year ago. Meanwhile a growing share of teens said they are willing to play games on their mobile phones, 66.2 percent now versus 34.4 percent in Spring 2011.And 25.3 percent said they play social games on sites like Facebook, which is a little less than the 25.9 percent recorded a year ago but still more than the 18.3 percent recorded last fall.


, 92.8 percent of social game playing teens are not willing to Cheap FIFA 18 Coins buy virtual goods, which is more than the 80.5 percent that said they weren't willing six months ago.As a result, Piper Jaffray cautions investors against betting on traditional console gaming: "We expect traditional packaged goods game sales to continue a decline during the next two years as gamers shift to digital offerings."While a console refresh in 2013 or 2014 will breathe new life into the industry, the new systems will face


competition from tablets, smartphones, and connected TVs. We expect growing middle classes and rising Internet penetration rates in emerging markets, particularly Latin America, Eastern Europe, and Asia-Pacific to partially offset competition from tablets and smartphones."Piper Jaffray also found that 53 percent of teens would be receptive to downloading full games on their consoles, which is up from 45.8 percent a year ago and from 25.9 percent 18 months ago. 36.1 percent of teens said they're willing to pay a flat monthly fee for an on-demand gaming service like OnLive, too, an increase from 34.3 percent a year ago and 20.9 percent 18 months ago.


  [Every other week, Gamasutra examines the fastest-growing Facebook games according to monthly active users, looking at which titles and developers are having the most success attracting new players on the social network.]Two weeks after Zynga acquired Omgpop and its mobile/social hit Draw Something for a reported $210 million, the Pictionary-style game continues to enjoy huge audience growth on Facebook, where it now has 32.4 million monthly users (behind only to

Newsbrief: Kinect Sports developer Rare has appointed a new creative director, as a means of pushing for "the FIFA Coins best possible games experiences."Simon Woodroffe, previously the lead designer on the Simon the Sorceror games before holding creative director positions at the likes of Headfirst, Midway and Sega, is now responsible for all aspects of game design at the UK-based studio.Woodroffe, who took up the role at Rare in March, is the latest in a string of new hirings at the pany, with the likes of Andrew Dennison, Peter Ridgway and Danny Isaac all taking jobs at the pany just before Christmas last year.


  This week's edition of Critical Reception examines online reaction to Polytron's perspective-shifting platformer Fez, which reviews describe as "an absolutely magical, albeit maddening experience." Fez currently earns a score of 90 out of  Fut 18 Coins 100 at Metacritic..Jessica Conditt at Joystiq gives Fez 5 out of 5 stars. "When a game has won numerous awards before its launch, is one half of an industry documentary, and is developed by an outspoken, opinionated man," she notes, "it resides in a


of its own and players are relegated to describe it in one of two ways: with blazing praise or incendiary criticism."Conditt continues: "Fez is on fire, and it burns with a brilliant, red-hot, yellow-tasseled flame.""What stands out is its involving gameplay and gorgeous design," Conditt praises. "Players control the shift between 2D and 3D with the trigger buttons, each time stopping on a plane that appears to be an HD remake of any 1980s platformer."The experience also proves to be quite


. "Similar to the platformers of yore, Fez is difficult," Conditt warns. "Many [worlds] have secrets, physics puzzles and logic riddles offered without words or description, left up to the player's inference and, I've e to suspect, dumb luck.""Fez is joyful," Conditt adds. "Gomez is more expressive than a marshmallow-puff character has any right to be, and his adorability carries throughout the entire adventure. [...] In short, the long wait for Fez is entirely worth it. Play it, and I dare you to

  Major Chinese Internet pany Tencent has partnered with game authoring tools pany GameSalad, to bring a localized version of  RS Gold its development platform to China.GameSalad bills itself as a drag-and-drop game creator "that is both powerful and easy-to-use, eliminating the need for plex coding," aimed at allowing non-programmers to more easily build and publish iOS, Android and HTML5 games. During 2011, 15 percent of all new game releases in the U


S. iOS App Store were created using GameSalad, says the pany.This new partnership will see the GameSalad Creator localized into simplified Chinese, while virtual goods billing for local Chinese carriers will be integrated into the product.Social functionality for Cheap RuneScape Gold
 games developed via the platform will utilize QQ Game Center, while in-game mobile advertising can be implemented via Tencent's MobWin. GameSalad hopes this partnership will generate game


tailored specifically for Chinese audiences.Steve Felter, CEO of GameSalad, explained, "China is the fastest growing smartphone market in the world and represents an incredible opportunity for mobile game developers. We are excited to introduce our platform to a whole new audience in China, while simultaneously providing access to the Chinese market for our existing top developers."Tencent's version of the GameSalad Creator is currently in private beta, with a public release planned for launch in China later this summer.


  After several months of confusion over the rights to the 'Dota' label, Valve Software and Blizzard Entertainment have settled their differences and have decided terms for how each studio will use the Defense of the Ancients-inspired name.Under this new agreement, Valve will continue to use the trademark on a mercial level for products such as its uping action strategy game Dota 2, while Blizzard will be able to use the name in relation to player-created maps for

discount their consoles?The PS4 releases November 15, 2013 and the Xbox One releases November 22, 2013. IGN 'Grand Theft Auto Online' Update 1.05 Released; First Half of Stimulus This Week. As promised, a new update for Grand Theft Auto Online has been released; this one intended to fix players' missing progression and item problems. Players that boot up their copy of Grand Theft Auto 5 will be automatically prompted to RuneScape Gold download the update.We first caught word of the


 update over the weekend alongside the Buy RS Gold promise that the GTA Online Stimulus Package would finally be rolled out to players. And so, with the update arriving right on schedule, it's safe to assume the money shouldn't be far behind.That is, of course, assuming that this update fixes any missing progress problems. There's no point in gifting players free cash if the second they lose connection with the GTA Online cloud servers that the money goes missing.Luckily, those server connection problems


 are likely behind us thanks to this update. As Rockstar explains, the update includes a preventative measure that will protect players from losing their progress any time there are cloud connection problems. Similarly, a countermeasure, or actually a series of countermeasures, has been put in place to preserve players' cash balances.Built in measures to prevent users from losing their progress when there is a cloud outageBuilt in a number of measures to protect players’ cash balances


even if there are network problemsFixed an issue where on rare occasions during network problems the player could lose their Online vehicle or mods after exiting GTA Online It's certainly a smart move on Rockstar's part to make players' cash balances more secure, as there are microtransactions on the way. We've yet to hear when Rockstar plans to start allowing players to trade real cash for in-game cash, but first things first obviously.And speaking of in-game cash, it appears to

 Steam Machine would you choose it over other manufacturers' device? IGN There Won't Be Any Form of Multiplayer in RS Gold  'Alien: Isolation' . The Alien franchise is one that hasn't necessarily transferred well into the realm of video games, and fans of the films are understandably skeptical of any game-related announcements that tie into the series. Even with the lacklustre and critically shamed installment that was Aliens: Colonial Marines firmly in the books, the reveal trailer for


Alien: Isolation looks to at long last be the Cheap RuneScape Gold  game that consumers have been waiting for.While the initial trailer and leaked screenshots of the game make Isolation appear all the more tantalizing, Al Hope, the title's creative lead, has confirmed to Rock, Paper, Shotgun that the game will be very much a single player experience. As Hope explains, multiplayer in some form was something that him and the rest of his team at Creative Assembly did consider, but the studio opted to make


 the single player campaign the primary focus of the project. It’s very much about a single player experience. We did think about it, it’s not like we never considered it — and we had some pretty neat ideas around that. But for us the focus always was that single player experience. And I think because you have this dynamic alien and it’s about the player’s choices while they play it, it does mean that you can go back and try different stuff out. So I think there is a lot of scope to have


 players go back and do things differently. Multiplayer, if executed properly, can add replay value to a game after the solo campaign has been completed, but it sounds as if Creative Assembly is taking the right approach to a game based on the Alien franchise. From a design standpoint, there are an increased amount of cinematic and horror elements that can be implemented to immerse users when they experience a game by themselves, and it becomes much harder to do that effectively to

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