The Daily Stash

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Looking good: Screenshots and new media
[surl=]Medal of Honor trailer[/surl] gets up close and personal.
[surl=]Kirby’s Epic Yarn video[/surl] will have you “nawwwww”ing all over again.
[surl=]Gears of War 3 videos[/surl] – all eight of them – are pretty fabulous.
[surl=]Super Meat Boy video[/surl] has exclusive meaty commentary.
[surl=]Infamous 2 gameplay video[/surl] is 5 minutes of shakycam.

Analyse this: They look at the industry
[surl=]Xbox 360 price cut tipped[/surl] for 2011.

Interesting… Assorted bits and pieces
[surl=]Nobody over the age of eight will play a DS[/surl], believes Atari founder Nolan Bushnell.
[surl=]Just Cause 2 infographic[/surl] shows some amazing player statistics.

Hardware: Stuff to play games on
[surl=]Jungle is a portable MMO console[/surl], from Panasonic.
[surl=]Toshiba unveils glasses-free 3D TV[/surl], all the better to frag you on, my dear.

A Legal Matter: Gamers in court
[surl=]EA wins “Edge” trademark court case[/surl] against Tim Langdell.

Independently Released: Often better than AAA
[surl=]Minecraft Halloween update[/surl] brings plenty of new features.
[surl=]Minecraft sales go over 300,000[/surl] – there’s a meme about that, I’m sure.

In Development: Games in progress
[surl=]GoldenEye Classic Edition unlocks multiplayer perks[/surl] early for you.
[surl=]Bulletstorm’s box art[/surl] is full of colour!
[surl=]Castlevania: Lords of Shadow demo[/surl] has hit Xbox Live.
[surl=]Dead or Alive Dimensions will feature 3D breast wobbling[/surl], you can all relax now.
[surl=]LittleBigPlanet 2 will ship with multi-level Move demo[/surl] to give you a better idea.
[surl=]Call of Duty: Black Ops achievement/trophy list revealed[/surl] – it’s full of spoilers, y’know.
[surl=]Killzone 3 + PlayStation Move = this video[/surl] (mmm.)
[surl=]Fallout: New Vegas is done![/surl] and it has PC requirements! and cake!

Not just for calls: mobile games, updates and releases
[surl=]Peggle for iPhone gets ‘Nights’ expansion[/surl] through in-app purchase.

Console yourselves: PlayStation, Xbox 360, Wii
[surl=]Sony “swoops” on PS3 modchip sellers[/surl] – focussing on PS3Break.
[surl=]”One in three households” have a Wii[/surl] in Britain.
[surl=]Microsoft is counting on Xbox Live to sell Windows 7 phones[/surl], because the phones won’t do it themselves.
[surl=]Windows 7 phones[/surl] are on the way, though – if you wanted to know more.
[surl=]The PlayStation Recap[/surl], October 2.
[surl=]17% of the US owns Blu-ray devices[/surl], but only 43% are PS3s.
[surl=]3DS will get firmware updates[/surl], automatically, no less!

In good company: Business news
[surl=]Don Mattrick officially promoted[/surl] to president of Microsoft Interactive Entertainment.
[surl=]Playdom head takes charge of Disney’s games division[/surl], suggesting a new direction for the company.
[surl=]Katamari Damacy director and wife reveal new company[/surl], Uvula.

Tuneful: Rock Band / Guitar Hero DLC
[surl=]No PS3 Keyboard Bundle for Rock Band 3[/surl] in the US.

MMO to love: Massively Multiplayer Online details
[surl=]TERA shows off scary vampires[/surl], with lots of purple. And teeth.
[surl=]DC Universe Online has been delayed[/surl] until early 2011.
[surl=]Star Wars: The Old Republic goes over their advanced classes[/surl], expanding the main classes by two.
[surl=]The MMO Report[/surl] – a special on Rift; Planes of Telara.
[surl=]Cryptic answers the 29 most pressing STO questions[/surl], which should cover it.
[surl=]Dungeons and Dragons Online Update 7 gets toured[/surl] by Massively, of course.

Music in Games: The tunes behind the action
[surl=]Japanese girl group releasing a Kinect single?[/surl]

Politically speaking: Gamers are grownups, too!
[surl=]EA rename the Taliban[/surl] in Medal of Honor.
[surl=]Ian Bogost is unimpressed.[/surl]
[surl=]US Military bases are reviewing the ban[/surl].

Developmentally Challenged: The dev perspective
[surl=]Enslaved 2 development wouldn’t have to wait[/surl] – Ninja Theory can do two things at once.
[surl=]Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition content may show up as DLC[/surl] for the console edition.
[surl=]Mark Rein thinks future consoles could be portable[/surl], which would be interesting.
[surl=]Some reviewers just “didn’t get” Kane & Lynch 2[/surl], which explains the review scores.
[surl=]Bayonetta 2 will come[/surl] “when the time is right”.
[surl=]Sucker Punch say half a PS3 is better than a whole 360[/surl], and enrage fanboys everywhere.
[surl=]Rage developer raises doubts on the future of 3D gaming[/surl] – but won’t rule it out for inclusion in the new game.
[surl=]”If Ivy the Kiwi? does well in Europe then maybe I can make Dreamcast 2″[/surl], jokes Yuji Naka.
[surl=]NBA Jam on 360/PS3 will be fully-featured[/surl], which is reassuring.
[surl=]ArmA’s development firm acquires three new studios[/surl], continue to take over the world slowly.
[surl=]Batman Arkham City: Scarecrow sequences to return?[/surl] …so hints game director Sefton Hill.

In the Cloud: Taking computing to the next level
[surl=]OnLive drops monthly fee[/surl], but you still have to play for games and the box.

Just Cos(play): As if you need a reason to dress up?
[surl=]Some Halloween costume ideas for gamers[/surl], of varying goodness.

Art in games: Real paintings, sometimes.
[surl=]Chibi Noble Team[/surl] (bobble bobble bobble)

Silver Screen: Game-to-film (or vice versa)
[surl=]Myst movie begins to form[/surl], and other floaty puns.

Mark your calendars: Events, announcements…
[surl=]New York Comic Con gets lots of gaming support[/surl], to be held this weekend.

[surl=]Is Realtime Worlds founder Dave Jones joining Epic?[/surl]


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