No news is not good news. Lots of news is good news. And boy do we have good news for you.
- NEWS: They might cop flack every now and then, but EA does have a few things to be proud of, such as their recent announcement of being the very first gaming company to score 100% by the Human Rights Campaign. Due to changes made to medical benefits, stance on the Defence of Marriage Act, and involvement in LGBT events, the company was also awarded the distinction of “Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality“. Well done EA!
- NEWS: Eurogamer has several official screenshots of Bethesda’s Dragonborn expansion for Skyrim. Play “Spot the Morrowind“.
- VIDEO: Sine Mora has been dated for a 20th November release on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita via PSN. Check out Digital Reality and Grasshopper’s PlayStation specific launch trailer.
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- NEWS: Speaking with Gamasutra, Deus Ex: Human Revolution art director Jonathan Jacques-Belletete has spoken out against the industry’s love for greys, browns, and…more grey. Claiming the industry needs to go to “aesthetic rehab“, he expresses concerns over what he perceives as an outdated “visual culture”, one solved by having designers communicate with and draw inspiration from other places, such as fashion designers and architects.
- NEWS: Ubisoft has today announced that a demo for the delayed Rayman Legends, now scheduled for 2013, will be available on the Nintendo Wii U’s eShop at launch. At least, for the United States this weekend. Fingers crossed us PAL gamers get similar treatment.
- VIDEO: Ever seen the cast of Tekken decked out in Nintendo garb? Now you can, in this Tekken Tag Tournament 2 launch trailer for Wii U.
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- NEWS: Unsurprisingly, the roster for PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale won’t be limited to what’s on the disk, Sony today announcing the very first character based DLC. PlayStation fans can look forward to Kat from Vita’s Gravity Rush, and Starhawk‘s Emmitt Graves, joining the roster. The price? Free!
- NEWS: Nintendo? In my Apple? It’s more likely than you think. GameIndustry.biz is reporting that Nintendo has launched its first official paid app for Apple’s iOS devices in Japan. The Pokedex-like encyclopaedia is priced at ¥170, with add-on packs containing new creatures marked for ¥500.
- VIDEO: Google is set to release a strange augmented reality game for their Android devices. Titled Ingress, we’ll let this trailer do the explaining.
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