Posts by Jasmine Sanborn

Among the Sleep Slated for Early 2014 Release

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Among the Sleep is an in-production first-person horror/survival game played from the perspective of a two-year-old and his teddy bear sidekick. Krillbrite Studio announced today in a backers-only Kickstarter blog update that the game is poised for an “early spring 2014″ release.

Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare to be multiplayer-only

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Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare will be bypassing single-player campaigns and instead focusing on multiplayer-only game play, PopCap has confirmed.

Bungie: What Destiny does better than Borderlands

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Described as ‘shared world shooter’, Destiny is set in a post-apocalyptic future following a period known as the Golden Age. Society has moved to the edges of space, yet after a ‘collapse’, the only known survivors of the human race are those remaining on Earth. Players take the role of a Guardian of the City and thus protector of Earth from harm.

Xbox One to Allow Indies to Self-Publish

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Though a contrast from Microsoft’s original announcements, it has now been confirmed that indie game developers will be able to self-publish on the Xbox One.

Say So Long to Microsoft Points

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As of August 1, 2013, members will no longer be able to earn Microsoft Points through Xbox Live rewards and coming soon after, any Microsoft Points left on your account will be exchange for local currency.

Xbox: Hardware Comparisons are ‘Meaningless’


Xbox executive Albert Penello can’t quite see why hardware analysis is important, saying that the process is “somewhat meaningless.” While speaking with OXM, Penello said few people will actually choose their console based on specs alone, so when comparing Xbox One to PS4, the specs aren’t what matter. “The problem is that Sony decided to […]

“Alien Anal Probe” Creates Pain for Saints Row IV


It was revealed that Saints Row IV has been refused classification in Australia due to its promotion of illicit drug use to receive rewards and for visual depictions of sexual violence which cannot be justified by context.