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Sunday, 15 November 2020

New League of Legends character not based on real person, says Riot

Riot Games has denied a claim that its new League of Legends champion Seraphine is based on a real person who was briefly in a relationship with an ex-employee. ...



Police say 'hoax' emergency call prompted Ubisoft Montreal studio scare

UPDATE Employees are being safely escorted out of the building as police sources speaking to Canadian media confirm the 911 call that prompted the emergency response was a "hoax." ...



Video: Using AI to create interactive digital actors

In this 2019 XRDC Session, Deepmotion's Kevin He discusses the challenges of building an interactive character authoring tool. ...



Epic releases thousands of What Remains of Edith Finch assets for free

Epic Games has added a huge number of free assets from acclaimed narrative adventure What Remains of Edith Finch to the Unreal Engine Marketplace. ...



Valve adds extensive developer commentary to Half-Life: Alyx

Valve has added a three-hour long developer commentary to Half-Life: Alyx that delves into how the acclaimed VR adventure came to be.  ...



Blog: Spilt Milk Devlog 06 - Fascism Fighters 4000 (Part 1)

Strap in, because this is a perfectly-timed and completely open postmortem on the development and release, two weeks on, of our Tango Fiesta DLC. ...



Microsoft to begin testing Project xCloud in new regions including Australia and Japan

Microsoft will begin testing xCloud game streaming in major new territories including Australia, Brazil, Japan, and Mexico later this month. ...



Discovery takeaways from the new PlayStation 5 store?

Now that the PlayStation 5 is out in the wild, we all get a chance to check out the brand new PS5 Store for discoverability, navigability, and various other factors. What's it like? ...



Ghost of Tsushima has topped 5 million sales in under four months

Ghost of Tsushima has sold over 5 million copies in under four months, according to PlayStation Worldwide Studios boss Hermen Hulst.  ...



Blog: Roguelike lessons horror games need to learn

We're taking another look at horror design in today's post, and how the genre should be embracing roguelike design, not jumpscares, if it wants to continue to grow. ...



Switch sets new October sales record in the U.S. as next-gen arrives

As Sony and Microsoft debut their next-gen consoles, the Nintendo Switch just posted its best October sales to date in the United States. ...



How a Guilty Gear project contributed to the collapse of Skullgirls dev Lab Zero

As he faced accusations of sexual harassment and abusive behavior, Mike Zaimont tried to use a Guilty Gear GGPO project as a blunt tool to leverage his continued employment in the game industry. ...



Unity revenue up 53.3% year-over-year at close of first public quarter

Unity has reported $200.8 million in revenue for the quarter ending September 30, making for a 53.3 percent increase over Q3 revenue last year. ...



Get a job: Join Gearbox as an Enemy Designer

An Enemy Designer at The Gearbox Entertainment Company is a development role focused on creating compelling and memorable enemies and combat experiences for players. ...



Don't Miss: Looking back to Mark Cerny's 2013 tech breakdown of the then-next-gen PS4

As of today, the PlayStation 4 is officially last gen tech. Take a moment to peer all the way back to its days as the next-gen system in this "no holds barred PlayStation 4 hardware expose." ...



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