The Daily Stash

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Looking good: Screenshots and new media
[surl=]GT5 screens[/surl] display car damage, are disappointing.
[surl=]Ni No Kuni commercials[/surl] are a big tease!
[surl=–183204.phtml]Enslaved video[/surl] shows off the full opening of the game.
[surl=]BioShock: Infinite screens[/surl] are delicious.
[surl=]Cladun trailer[/surl] is for an RPG-style dungeon crawler.
[surl=]Sengoku BASARA trailer[/surl] heralds the game’s release tomorrow!
[surl=]Halo: Reach video[/surl] gives a battlefield-level view of the combat zone.
[surl=]LEGO Star Wars III screens[/surl] are blocky and awesome.

Interesting… Assorted bits and pieces
[surl=]The Top 7 worst video game ports[/surl] that should’ve been taken out back with a shotgun.

Independently Released: Often better than AAA
[surl=]Nic Watt from Nnooo chats[/surl] about making games in Australia, DSi, 3DS and Spirit Hunters Inc.
[surl=]The Witness was on display at PAX[/surl], but nobody really found Jonathan Blow’s newie.
[surl=]The legend of Oilfurnace shall not soon be forgotten[/surl] by dwarf or humankind.
[surl=]PAX 10 was a big win for the small guys[/surl], observes Destructoid.

In Development: Games in progress
[surl=]The Mega Man Universe mystery[/surl] slowly unravels.
[surl=]Cryptic has several other projects underway[/surl], and lives up to its name.
[surl=]Borderlands will get a free level cap increase[/surl] in an upcoming update.
[surl=]Insomniac’s new IP will top 90 on Metacritic[/surl], EA predict.
[surl=]Gearbox are still working on Aliens: Colonial Marines[/surl], as spotted at PAX.
[surl=]Radiant Historia introduces the littlest shaman[/surl] – her name is Ath.
[surl=]Retro/Grade hands-on interview[/surl] of madness!
[surl=]Poker Night at the Inventory – a closer look[/surl] from GamePro.

Console yourselves: PlayStation, Xbox 360, Wii
[surl=]New Releases – The Drop[/surl], week of September 6th 2010.

MMO to love: Massively Multiplayer Online details
[surl=]Come back to Fallen Earth[/surl], get a free respec.
[surl=]FFXIV fans dig out a hardware mouse[/surl] in a home-made patch.

Politically speaking: Gamers are grownups, too!
[surl=]Korean indie gaming scene dealt a fatal blow[/surl], with the passing of a new “greed-induced” law.

Developmentally Challenged: The dev perspective
[surl=]PAX 2010: Insomniac Panel[/surl], featuring Chad Dezern, Studio Director; Shaun McCabe, Production Director; TJ Fizman, Senior Writer; and James Stevenson, Senior Community Manager.
[surl=]Mass Effect 2 is keeping anonymous player stats[/surl], which will help BioWare with their next game.
[surl=]Brad Wardell opens up about Elemental[/surl] and Stardock.
[surl=]Duke Nukem Forever will get a demo[/surl], as Gearbox believe it’s “important”.
[surl=]A special thanks from Epic Games[/surl] about Gears of War 3.
[surl=]How Gearbox got to own the Duke Nukem franchise[/surl], straight from the horse’s mouth.

Crafty: From people who are good with their hands.
[surl=]Nintendo Virtual Boy teardown[/surl] (lookit all the bits!)

Just Cos(play): As if you need a reason to dress up?
[surl=]DragonCon cosplayers[/surl] – any excuse!

Art in games: Real paintings, sometimes.
[surl=]PAX 2010: Metroid: Other M drawing[/surl] gets chalk everywhere.

Silver Screen: Game-to-film (or vice versa)
[surl=]Microsoft are still interested in a Halo movie[/surl], TV series possible.
[surl=]rComplex: The Movie[/surl] is based on the indie game.

Cheap Thrills: Games that won’t hurt your wallet
[surl=]Space Siege[/surl] on Steam.
[surl=]Secret of the Magic Crystals[/surl] on Steam.


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