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Video: We’ve seen the iconic opening credits of Game of Thrones remade countless times over the past several years, but none have been as awe-inspiring as this, the “Man Eating Soup” version. Spoilers: It’s tomato.
We’ve talked a lot about games as art… but what about games in art? Artist Aram Bartholl decided to have a go with his recent installation, called “Hurt me plenty”, which features massive video cards, hard drives, tiny passwords and the handgun from Duke Nukem 3D.
TaleWorlds’ Mount & Blade II slipped under the radar (well, my radar) for a bit, but it popped up in my regular readings today and by golly, it’s shaping up into something quite special. The developers have also been putting out regular blog posts explaining how the game is progressing, with the latest showing off its rather excellent, extremely flexible engine.
Remember how playing Katamari Damacy felt? How it seemed like you could roll up nearly everything in sight onto your candy-and-cat-and-house-filled magic ball? One new game shown in New York City last week is sort of like that PS2 classic but with one big difference: you’re slamming yourself into the world as hard as you can, over and over.
After the famously fudged-up PlayStation 3 port of Platinum Games sexy action game, fans were rightly cautious when Nintendo announced the original Bayonetta would come bundled with its Wii U exclusive sequel. Digital Foundry puts those worries to rest.
There’s no secret behind why we get terrible games based on popular properties — the companies behind those properties just want a quick buck and are more than happy to get the job done as cheaply and quickly as possible. There are exceptions — such as the Batman titles from Rocksteady Studios and South Park: The Stick of Truth from Obsidian — but has there been a real shift in “shovelware” in the last five years? With the explosion of mobile, the answer appears to be “yes”.
This morning as the masses flooded into the Tokyo Game Show for the show’s first public day, I decided it was time to put my head through the giant boob hole and play the newest game about zombie-slaying, bikini-clad, busty babes: Onechanbara Z2 Chaos.