The Daily Stash

We scour the net for the Daily Stash, our daily roundup of game bits and pieces. Click through for more about:

Looking good: Screenshots and new media
[surl=]Darkspore teaser trailer[/surl] is ready for action.
[surl=]FPS Terminator trailer[/surl] is training for the future.
[surl=]Final Fantasy Legends screens[/surl] are our first look at the game!
[surl=]Vindictus trailer[/surl] shows Fiona taking care of a few enemies.
[surl=]Marvel vs. Capcom 3 trailer[/surl] reveals four new characters.
[surl=]Super Hero Squad Online trailer[/surl] highlights fun and accessibility.

A casual affair: For the less hardcore.
[surl=]Cow Clicker[/surl] is not totally satire, but totally funny.
[surl=]Inside a Dead Skyscraper[/surl] is a new, experimental work (you’d never guess).

Analyse this: They look at the industry
[surl=]Kinect/Move won’t threaten Wii, due to price[/surl] – says Pachter, anyway.

Interesting… Assorted bits and pieces
[surl=]GameStop CEO says “Users still want physical content”[/surl], in case you didn’t realise.
[surl=]The top ten toys in videogames[/surl] (but I thought games were toys?)

Independently Released: Often better than AAA
[surl=]Postmortem: The Path[/surl], by Tale of Tales.
[surl=]Tom Jubert talks Projects, Plots, Penumbra[/surl], presumably other things that start with P.
[surl=]flOw recreated in StarCraft 2[/surl] …you need to see this.

In Development: Games in progress
[surl=]Legend of Mana is Square’s next PSOne Classic[/surl] in Japan.
[surl=]The Sly Collection gets priced[/surl] for PS3.
[surl=]Mafia 2 shipping with Steamworks[/surl], digital pre-order version includes Mafia!
[surl=http://rockpapershotgun/]Adventure game + claymation[/surl] = The Dream Machine!
[surl=*.html]Sin & Punishment 2 gets limited Australian release[/surl] – better than nothing, right?
[surl=]Star Wars: The Force Unleashed preorder bonus revealed[/surl], and it looks like some awesome fan-fic offering.

Console yourselves: PlayStation, Xbox 360, Wii
[surl=]Sony count the ways that Move beats Kinect / Wii[/surl] (mmm, corporate propaganda).
[surl=]Netflix are arranging disc-free PS3 streaming[/surl] – meaning you’ve got an awesome coaster.

MMO to love: Massively Multiplayer Online details
[surl=]Fallen Earth offers free time[/surl] for old subscribers.
[surl=]Newest LotRO dev diary explains instance scaling[/surl], if you were confused.
[surl=]Final Fantasy XIV gets system requirements[/surl] (and some more screens).

Developmentally Challenged: The dev perspective
[surl=]Vanquish was originally an open world title[/surl], blogs Mikami.
[surl=]Kinect technology getting better “every day”[/surl], says Child of Eden creator.
[surl=]DC Universe Online voice cast revealed[/surl], and it’s a pretty star-studded one.
[surl=]Zelda has a ‘master timeline'[/surl], and Skyward Sword comes before Ocarina of Time.
[surl=]Rockstar goes after griefers[/surl] in the next Red dead Update.
[surl=]Comic-Con 2010 – the Activision bits[/surl] (thanks, One of Swords!)

A little light reading: Books about games or the industry
[surl=]Ubisoft to debut Driver comic book[/surl], during Comic-Con (where else?).

Buy me this: For the gamer who has everything
[surl=]Rare Final Fantasy Orb on eBay[/surl] (it’s only $250,000!)

Art in games: Real paintings, sometimes.
[surl=]American Icon: The Atari Joystick[/surl] – by Jason Brockert.
[surl=]Timelapse Birth of a Jedi[/surl] …wow 😐
[surl=…_snes]Monster Hunter…SNES?[/surl], from the Capcom blog.

Downloadable Content: Fix it later
[surl=]Transformers: War for Cybertron has DLC, officially[/surl], and it’s coming next week.

[surl=]Is Comuken a social networking service from Capcom?[/surl]


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