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This is a video of people reacting to Sunday’s Game of Thrones episode. People who read the books knew the scene was coming (or that it at least should), while people who’ve only watched the show did not. My cat had zero clue. If I’d had my camera ready to capture his reaction he’d be a meme right now named Holy Shit Cat.
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This is a video from Rhett and Link (whose honest mobile home commercial is a classic that I watch bi-weekly) explaining the rules of ‘Risky Settlers, Knights and Allies of the Lords of Dominion of Earth, Pandemic Edition’. It’s a jocular take on the difficulty of learning the rules of a game you’ve never played before. Me? I’ve sworn off board games ever since I was dishonorably discharged from my post as Dungeon Master after I was caught hiding weighted dice in my wizard hat. Thank God they didn’t search my magic pouch.
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It’s no secret that Portal co-creator Kim Swift has been developing an Ouya-exclusive game, but details regarding it had been kept under wraps until today. Dubbed Soul Fjord, the Airtight Games-developed title fuses Norse mythology with ’70s Funk and Soul, and charges its main character Magnus Jones with climbing the World Tree to demand an invitation to Ragnarok, “the party that will end the world.” Gameplay hasn’t been shown quite yet, but the experience is described as a dungeon-crawler with rhythm-based combat that’ll see players battle their way through randomly generated areas. Do the hustle past the break to catch the game’s first trailer and a developer video diary.
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NOTE: I was summoned for jury selection today so I have to go in and do that. I’ll write what I can, but I’m pretty sure my day is gonna consist of six hours of sitting around with no phone or any other way to entertain myself but crying.
These are a couple of shots from the tutorial blogger Johnnyboy of Damn Technology posted showing the step-by-step cleaning process of a handheld Game & Watch Donkey Kong game. He does a good job. So good he even unknowingly removes legendary game designer Shigeru Miyamoto’s autograph from the front cover using nail polish remover, stating, “Its previous owner had taken the liberty to write his funny looking signature on the front plate.” Somebody calls him out for it in the comments, but he claims it couldn’t have been Miyamoto’s signature because he bought it on eBay for $ 20, like people don’t find fine art at yard sales everyday. Now if you’ll excuse me, I need to call my grandma to see if she’s ready to sniff out some deals. You know what they say, the early birds catch the worm. Or run out of gas and I make her push while I steer.
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I’ve long believed that touchscreens leave a certain something to be desired when it comes to playing games, and if a new (and very curious) report holds true, Apple may feel the same way. According to PocketGamer.biz’s Jon Jordan, Apple has been meeting with developers on-site at this year’s Game Developers Conference in San Francisco to talk about a forthcoming Apple game controller.
Jordan’s multiple developer sources claim that the Cupertino company has booked a meeting room under an assumed name to talk about the game-centric device, though they weren’t able to shed any light on what the thing will look like or when it will actually see the light of day. That said, Apple is expected to hold an iPad-centric event in April so it’s possible that this controller may be officially unveiled in just a few weeks.
At first glance, the prospect of Apple churning out a game controller of all things seems downright silly, but after chewing on it for a while the notion doesn’t seem quite as outlandish. You’d be hard-pressed to think of OS X as prominent a platform for gaming as Windows is (though some big-league developers are working to change that), but iOS plays home to a staggering number of games and it’s not inconceivable to think that Apple would want to enhance the sorts of gaming experiences available to iPhone, iPod and iPad users. As such, a game controller seems like the sort of thing that Apple would agonize over getting right, and it appears that Apple may have been doing just that.
In the site’s 2012 review of the 3rd generation iPad, AnandTech’s Anand Lal Shimpi and Vivek Gowri let slip a tantalizing tidbit when discussing the iPad’s faculty as a gaming machine: ”I know of an internal Apple project to bring a physical controller to market, but whether or not it will ever see the light of day remains to be seen,” the review reads.
What’s more Apple has been seen bulking itself up with patents that relate to a potential gaming push for at least a few years now. This patent from 2008 describes an accessory that wraps around a portable electronic device with touchscreen (sound familiar?) and includes a standard D-Pad and button, while this one spotted in 2012 takes a slightly different approach. Either way, these patents plus the AnandTech comments make it rather clear that Apple has been mulling over a physical game controller (or something like it) and it may be time for those ambitions to come to fruition.
I’ve reached out to Apple for comment, and will update if/when they respond.
(Also, here’s hoping it looks nothing like the Pippin controller pictured above.)
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Skulls of the Shogun is an interesting experiment in cross-platform gaming: it’s a multiplayer strategy game available for the Xbox 360, Windows 8, Surface, and Windows Phone, letting you play with your friends no matter which device they’re using. While the limited success of some of those platforms could impact the game commercially, there’s at least good news for those who have bought into Microsoft’s ecosystem: Skulls not only works across several devices, but more importantly, it’s also a great game. It blends a charming and absurd sense of style and humor with gameplay that manages to be both accessible and challenging — it’s the rare strategy game that actually works well with a controller.
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