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  • “So even when you’re doing it, even when you have a really good initial instance proof, there’s a potential that there isn’t as much there. It’s going in a way that’s consistent with our expectations,” says Newell. There’s still not a really incredibly compelling reason for people to spend 20 hours a day in VR. Everything Newell is talking about here suggests that his company is moving on, that energy spent on not-VR is energy wasted. “So to me, that feels like the kind of fruitful, frothy excit
    Gabe Newell isn't really here

  • PlayStation Now, Sony’s full-game streaming service, will soon be discontinued on every platform outside of PlayStation 4 and Windows PC, the company announced today. “This move puts us in the best position to grow the service even further.”Sony officially launched PlayStation Now in January 2015 on PS4, and brought the service to PlayStation 3 in May 2015. PlayStation Now is also available on PlayStation Vita, PlayStation TV, Sony Blu-ray players and a variety of smart TVs. As you might expect,
    Sony ending PlayStation Now support on PS3, Vita and more

  • T-Mobile CEO John Legere shared his views on the company’s earnings report and the latest wireless industry developments in an interview Tuesday on CNBC’s “Squawk Alley.” On the company’s fourth quarter: “We’re the only wireless carrier who had double-digit service revenue growth, overall growth, customer growth,” Legere said. Nobody has grown service revenue for over three years [except for T-Mobile].” On wireless spectrum: “We have more spectrum per person than AT&T, Sprint, Verizon,” he said.
    Full interview with T-Mobile CEO John Legere on earnings, countering Verizon's data plan

  • “I think the new administration will have very little to do with what happens in the economy in 2017. And that’s what we’re trying to talk to our clients about,” said the senior global equity strategist for Wells Fargo Investment Institute. This is going to be a modest growth, modest inflation year,” he added. Wells Fargo Investment Institute serves clients of the company’s wealth and investment management division, which has $1.7 trillion in assets. In this exclusive strategy session, Wren sits
    Wells Fargo strategist Wren says market to stall on DC gridlock, but this strategy will still work

  • Nintendo announced that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will have a $20 downloadable expansion pass, much to the dismay of many fans. Dating back to the Nintendo 3DS’ early days, Nintendo has released DLC in the form of level packs, costumes and characters for some of its most popular games. That was important to former Nintendo president Satoru Iwata, as he explained in an interview with Kotaku about DLC in 2012. Still, Nintendo has shown interest in trickling out substantial amounts of
    Breath of the Wild's DLC plan shouldn't shock Nintendo fans

  • Pokémon trainers can swing by GameStop from now until March 5 to pick up a special item for Sun and Moon: a single silver bottle cap. But hardcore fans developed a guide to farming copious silver bottle caps shortly after the games’ launch in November. The short version is that a specific lottery shop that players can install in the Festival Plaza will reward multiple bottle caps daily. Players have even figured out the best way to get multiple gold bottle caps, an even tougher feat. I mean… n
    Pokémon Sun and Moon’s latest giveaway is kind of a bust

  • It’s Valentine’s Day, and for some of us that means curling up on the couch for an intimate night with a beloved game. I found out that Varric was set up to be my best friend and biggest cheerleader, regardless of whatever political decisions I made during the game. I wrote this for her 17 years ago:Dear Orta,I realize that you’ve spent all of your life held captive because you’re like a bred weapon or something, but I think you’re really cute. Not having a lot of human interaction, you may not
    Who is your video game Valentine?

  • Here at CoolGames Inc, we believe in iterative design. It’s not enough to just crank out the same game each year — if you’re gonna put out a numbered sequel to something, you’ve got to build on what made the original great while also meaningfully contributing to the franchise. That’s why, rather than annualizing it, we opted to wait more than 2,000 years before creating the sequel everyone’s been waiting for: Church 2, the sequel to church. In this week’s CoolGames Inc animation, Polygon’s very
    CoolGames Inc Animated: Creating Church 2, the sequel to church

  • Former world chess champion Garry Kasparov shared his views on the election, Vladimir Putin and President Donald Trump in an interview Monday on CNBC’s “Squawk Box.” On Putin: “I believe Putin will be looking for new targets. The question with Putin is not if he attacks, the question is when and where he attacks,” he said. His latest book is titled “Winter Is Coming: Why Vladimir Putin and the Enemies of the Free World Must Be Stopped.” He also discusses:Trump’s Russia policyNATOPutin’s next mov
    The full interview with former world chess champion Garry Kasparov on Trump, Putin

  • Activist hedge fund manager Mick McGuire spoke with CNBC about his positions in Buffalo Wild Wings and Deckers Outdoor and how he plans to unlock value in both names. “Deckers is a company that fits our investment model very, very well. McGuire, who is founder of Marcato Capital Management, reported a 6 percent stake in Deckers Outdoor on Wednesday, and disclosed intentions to engage with the board of directors. In this interview, the hedge fund manager explains why he sold out of United Rentals
    Activist investor Mick McGuire on why he sees value in Deckers, Buffalo Wild Wings, other holdings

  • polygon wrote a new post, The E3 Queue, on the site GoGame.com 1 year, 5 months ago

    The E3 QueueSo I got onto the E3 Website to get one of the lucky Early Bird tickets, at 9am on the dot ended up like 2523 in the queue. Pretty disappointed don’t think I’ll be able to afford the regular priced tickets. I don’t know why they are called the early bird tickets if it’s just a luck of the draw thing or maybe they have faster internet speeds. I don’t know just ranting now. Anyone manage to get lucky enough to snag an early bird ticket?
    The E3 Queue

  • As McFarland, 29, was making his way through the eight-person bracket, people began to search through his past tweets. It wasn’t those years-old tweets that got McFarland in trouble with EA, though. In a statement posted on the Madden Ultimate Team Twitter account on Feb. 8, the company pointed to objectionable tweets that McFarland posted “during and directly after” the Madden Bowl. “These posts violated our Code of Conduct and don’t represent the values of our organization,” said Matt Marcou,
    EA fines Madden Bowl winner $3K for ‘inappropriate’ tweets (update)

  • And it’s not uniform to the model line (3DS, 3DS XL, New Nintendo 3DS, etc.). The numerous bundles and design variants the 3DS pumps out each year can all have variable displays. The Hyrule Gold edition of the Nintendo 3DS, sold only through GameStop ($199, unavailable online), has dual IPS screens. Her best bet now is the New Galaxy Style of the New Nintendo 3DS XL, which she happened across at a Fred Meyer (it’s like Walmart, except for Portland). But, in the kindest way possible, I might offe
    The perfect 3DS: Does it exist?

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  • Steam Greenlight, Valve’s process for finding new games to place on the store, will soon be gone. In a few short months Valve will replace it with a much more straightforward system they’re calling Steam Direct because, well, it’s a more direct method of getting onto Steam. I know, I know, I don’t know how they came up with the name either. The problem (if we really must call it one) isn’t one of finding a good game amongst the crap, it’s finding a good game amongst a whole load of other good ga
    Steam Greenlight had to go, but its replacement might just work

  • Evercore ISI’s Ed Hyman said he is bullish on the stock market because of President Donald Trump’s economic agenda and put an 80 percent probability on some sort of corporate tax reform being implemented. When asked about the market’s strength and resilience, Hyman said in an interview Friday on CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street.” And so whenever you get a hint of things coming, the market responds to it quite a bit. In regard to which sectors will rise the most, he reaffirmed his bullish stance on a
    Ed Hyman, Wall Street's top-ranked economist for decades, is bullish on the market due to Trump

  • A rallying cry adopted by For Honor players may sound familiar to those well-versed in the conservative political landscape. “Deus vult,” a phrase that’s become popular with the multiplayer game’s community, may have origins in 11th-century Europe, but it’s more recently been associated with the alt-right movement. “Deus vult” is Latin for “God wills it,” which became a stirring declaration for the Crusaders. That includes Crusader Kings, which had an expansion called Deus Vult; the phrase also
    For Honor’s accidental alt-right connection

  • Valve is set to drop its Steam Greenlight system — which allows customers to vote on small-scale and fledgling projects — in favor of a more streamlined system. Greenlight will be canned this spring and replaced with Steam Direct. Users could express their interest in Greenlight games, without making a purchase commitment. Under Greenlight, developers pay a one-off $100 fee, under which they can then submit as many apps as they please. Tom Giardino, business development manager at Steam, said th
    Steam Greenlight is about to be dumped

  • Into the Breach is Subset Games’ follow-up to FTL: Faster Than Light, the beloved space sim from 2012. The team announced the game with a trailer, above, which shows off its turn-based strategy gameplay. The player is tasked with protecting what’s left of the world, with the help of some giant fighting robots. The tactical game uses a combination of strategic planning and randomly generated boards for a different challenge each session, according to Subset Games’ website. Further updates will be
    FTL creators' next game is turn-based strategy meets Pacific Rim

  • We Are Chicago is the result, a game that often feels subversive in its depiction of cultures that games have rarely seemed interested in exploring. But in the game’s quieter moments, main character Aaron’s story is a powerful, likable portrait of black youth. But We Are Chicago’s moments of non-conversational gameplay are stranger. We Are Chicago explores the “whys” of turning toward crime in a novel fashion, though any actual presentation of violence is rare and shocking. Just as importantly,
    We Are Chicago review

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