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Did you hear that? That’s the sounds of hundreds of thousands of parents and collectors breathing a sigh of relief, as they learn the final Skylanders: Swap Force character is being released next week. It’s quickly followed by a pained groan, as they discover Doom Stone’s debut is a 500-piece giveaway at the Toys’R'Us in New York City’s Times Square.
The comparison has been many many, many times by people trying to run and dodge through traffic: it feels just like playing Frogger. Except it’s terrifying, because you’re the frog. This is particularly troubling in developing countries still in need of a robust public infrastructure to regulate traffic.
In June last year, the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) released some raw figures concerning games development in Australia. Of the 581 people employed in games industry, only 8.7% were women. Debi Taylor, a student at UTS in Sydney wondered why those numbers were so low, so she decided to try and find out.
UPDATE: What we first thought was a bug is actually an intentional fan project, according to Telltale, the company behind The Wolf Among Us. “This is actually a fan made modification using existing game animation assets from a previous episode,” a Telltale rep tells us. (The episode in question.) Kotaku‘s headline has been changed accordingly.
Briefly: A Square Enix mobile developer has recently talked to Famitsu about a pair of new SaGa and Mana games that will “stay true to all [our] memories from the [SNES] and PlayStation era”. The developer also mentioned that Square Enix’s second mobile division would be “helping out” with the games.
It’s time for another heart-breaking glimpse of the long-brewing follow-up to Beyond Good & Evil. The flirtation with releasing actual information about a sequel for Ubisoft’s cult favourite action/adventure is an annual ritual, like salmon swimming upstream or leaves changing colours.