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Journey is a beautiful, sometimes somber travel against wind, snow and loneliness. Your silent interactions with strangers are poetic and more meaningful than exchanged words. And now it comes with rocket-equipped death matches.
The problem with April Fools’ jokes is that 50 per cent of the time I wish the prank product was actually real. Eidos Montreal contributes to the problem with their version of a prank: the “reveal” of an 8-bit Deus Ex game.
Sometimes, developer diaries are boring. This April Fools developer diary, brilliantly delivered by Dishonored directors Raf Colantonio and Harvey Smith, is not boring. It is amazing. Watch it.
Continuing a long and proud tradition of producing some of the only April Fool’s Day content worth a chuckle, online retailer Thinkgeek has revealed three bogus items that aren’t really for sale. What makes them interesting is that sometimes these gags do end up as real products.
If Assassin’s Creed really was made to be played entirely with crazy gestures via the Xbox Kinect, it would be a) horrible, b) amazing or c) the cause for many, many injuries.
Alright, it may be a Monday, but it’s still April Fools’ Day over here, a very special day in video gaming. Many related companies, studios and merchants are pulling hoaxes and stunts, and making gag announcements. So let’s round up as many as we can here!
A couple weeks back, Markus “Notch” Persson said he wanted to explore the possibility of a space-trading Firefly-inspired sandbox game akin to Firefly. It now appears that was a huge put-on.
The undisputed Internet-age leader in April Fools’ hoaxes gets a one-day head start on its latest gag — a brilliant announcement video for “Google Maps 8-Bit” a port of the popular, well, map service to the Nintendo Entertainment System/Famicon.