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  5. That's right, like so many great games before it, The Outer Worlds will have a home on the Nintendo Switch. Obsidian announced it's working with Virtuos - the developer which helped bring the likes of Dark Souls and L.A. Noire to the Switch - to assist with the port of The Outer Worlds. Without any Fallout games lined up for the Switch, it looks like The Outer Worlds is still looking to "fill the void" left by the Fallout series. It doesn't have a set release date for the Switch just yet, but we do know its launch will be at some point after that of the PS4, Xbox One and PC versions on 25th October. SOURCE
  6. Indie developer DEVGRU-P Corporation (Attack Helicopter Dating Simulator, Stay! Stay! Democratic People’s Republic of Korea!, more) has put their latest game – Mein Waifu is the Fuhrer – up on Kickstarter. As the name implies, the “parody visual novel” sees the entire German high command on the eve of World War II turned into anime characters. Considering the circumstances, “shenanigans ensue.” Featured above, you can view the pitch video. Since the Nazi high command has undergone a massive transition, the events of history change as well. Instead of simply invading Poland, Rommel is stuck preventing their world from crumbling early, as the Anime-Führer is creating blunders at every turn. You’ll be able to make friends (enemies mostly, though) ranging from the Battle of Stalingrad to the Invasion of Normandy. There’s currently five potential waifus to romance, and you can expect enough content for multiple playthroughs. The visual novel has already blown past their $8,000 funding goal, and is currently sitting at roughly $15,000. The “Harem Ending” and “Albert Speer” stretch goals have been reached, with a $25,000 stretch goal to secure Japanese voice actors, and more. If you’re interested in backing the project, you can head over to their Kickstarter page. SOURCE
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  8. Huh. I had no idea you could take audio from a game on one system and put it into another systems game. 👀
  9. You are talking about this @Ravenstorm This is a followup to that article.
  10. The World Health Organization has been contemplating a new classification, “Gaming Disorder,” and they’ve finally made a final decision on the classification. The WHO has officially acknowledged the disorder this weekend, at the 72nd World Health Assembly. This means the organization will officially recognize gaming as a potentially addictive behavior. The group defines gaming addiction for both offline and online gaming in a similar way. Both are “characterized by a pattern of persistent or recurring gaming behavior,” while online gaming is “primarily conducted over the internet” and offline gaming is clearly not. The supposed disorder arises in three ways: Impaired control over gaming (e.g., onset, frequency, intensity, duration, termination, context) Increasing priority given to gaming to the extent that gaming takes precedence over other life interests and daily activities Continuation or escalation of gaming despite the occurrence of negative consequences. The behavior pattern is of sufficient severity to result in significant impairment in personal, family, social, educational, occupational or other important areas of functioning. “The pattern of gaming behavior may be continuous or episodic and recurrent,” the WHO state. “The gaming behavior and other features are normally evident over a period of at least 12 months in order for a diagnosis to be assigned, although the required duration may be shortened if all diagnostic requirements are met and symptoms are severe.” Gaming regulatory bodies like the ESA and IGDA, as well as a multitude of professional psychologists, have all decried the WHO classifying gaming addiction as a clinical disorder. Now that the WHO has recognized gaming addiction as a disorder, they have until 2022 to introduce new preventative measures and treatments, which I’m sure will be hilarious. SOURCE
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  12. Things just keep getting worse for Huawei. The company was barred from being a member of the SD Association, the trade group responsible for standardizing SD and microSD cards. The change in status means that Huawei will no longer be able to offer official SD or microSD support in its devices, including phones and laptops. The SD Association confirmed to Engadget that Huawei was dropped from the trade group in order to comply with recent orders from the US Department of Commerce. Last week, the government agency placed Huawei and 70 of its affiliate companies on its "Entity List," a decision that signifies the government believes Huawei may be undermining American interests. It also makes the company ineligible to receive items or funding without government approval. That, in addition to the executive order signed by President Trump that bans the sale and use of telecommunications equipment from companies that pose "unacceptable" risks to national security, has placed Huawei in a significant bind. Huawei told Android Authority that its customers will be able to continue purchasing and using SD and microSD cards with its products for the time being. It's not clear how the move will affect the company's future phones and devices, but Huawei has been moving away from the format in favor of its own "Nano Memory Cards." Being dropped by the SD Association is certainly a blow to Huawei, but it's a relatively small one given some of the other hits the company has taken in the last week. Google suspended Android support for the company's phones and chipmakers Intel, Qualcomm and AMD have cut off supplies to the Chinese tech maker. SOURCE
  13. Following the epic backlash from Sonic fans the world over after the debut trailer for the hedgehog's upcoming movie, director Jeff Fowler vowed to change the controversial design. It seems that the VFX artists actually doing the work thankfully have a little more time to get it right this time. While many Sonic fans - many of whom had taken to rectifying the situation themselves - breathed a sigh of relief at the initial news a redesign was in the works, others questioned the logistics involved in a redesigning the CG star of the movie in such a short space of time. Assuming it wasn't just a simply alteration to his face, retooling the entire film was going to be an epic undertaking and many worried that VFX artists would be crunching until the movie's previous November release date. Well, it seems that those involved are committed to giving those artists the time they need. The director has taken to Twitter and confirmed that the movie will now open on Valentine's Day 2020: We're sure the VFX artists charged with fixing things are happier with the new release date - that is assuming Paramount won't have them chained to their desks over Christmas. Looking at the image itself, we can see a conspicuously gloved hand and the silhouette on the sign appears very much like the hedgehog's classic Sonic Team logo. Hopefully this sign is a not-so-subtle hint at the direction of the redesigned character. The pressure is still on though - the filmmakers can't afford to get it wrong a second time, so hopefully Sonic fans will be satisfied come February 14th 2020. If you need a reminder of the original trailer, here it is: SOURCE
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  15. Fancy a beach holiday? How about a free trip to New Zach Island in Dead or Alive Xtreme 3: Scarlet? Soon you'll be able to visit paradise on your Nintendo Switch when Koei Tecmo releases the "Basic Free Edition" of Dead or Alive Xtreme 3: Scarlet on the Japanese eShop at the end of this month. Provided you have access to a Japanese eShop account, on 30th May you'll be able to download and play this version of the game regardless of your own regional location. So, what's the catch? According to Japanese Nintendo, additional characters will cost ¥1,296 each and a casino membership will set you back ¥2,160. In case you forgot, this Dead or Alive spin-off arrived on the Switch at the start of this year but was never released in Europe or North America. If you do end up enjoying the free version, you could always consider importing a full copy of the game, which includes English language support. Check out our import review for more details on this one. SOURCE
  16. Almost a year has passed since the tragic announcement of Telltale Games closing its doors for good. Even after eight months, the studio's closure is still having an impact on the industry, specifically digital storefronts, in this case, as GOG has informed its users that any Telltale titles that haven't already been delisted will soon be. On May 27th, anything that Telltale developed will no longer be available to purchase on GOG. Following a quiet delisting of Tales from the Borderlands today on Steam, this may also be the case for Valve's storefront as well. No mention has been made towards digital availability on consoles yet. The following titles will be affected: The Wolf Among Us Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy Hector: Badge of Carnage Batman: A Telltale Game Series Sam and Max: Save the World Same and Max: Beyond Time and Space Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People Puzzle Agent 1 and 2 As is normally the case with delisted titles, if you've already purchased them you'll still be able to download them from your library. SOURCE
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  18. The sexy “Sandwich” outfit has been censored out of Dead or Alive Xtreme 3: Scarlet on the PS4. However, the outfit is available on the Nintendo Switch version of the game. The outfit is basically short-shorts and suspenders. That’s it. The suspenders barely cover up the girls’ nipples and areola. It’s an outfit designed to showcase the Soft Engine’s boob jiggling physics as the suspenders barely keep the boobs in place as they wibble and wobble about. However, you won’t be able to make use of the outfit on the PS4 version of Dead or Alive Xtreme 3: Scarlet because it’s been removed. The discovery was made by Twitter user eroaholic, who shared an screenshot from the PS4 version of the game via the #PS4Share function. Eroacholic laments the lack of the “Sandwich” outfit, stating… The image shows that in the list, the “Sandwich” outfit is not selectable or even available for purchase. Further into the thread another tweet showed a screenshot from the Nintendo Switch version of the game, where the outfit is available to purchase in several variations. Take note that this outfit was available in the original 2015 release of Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 on the PS4 in Japan. However, for Dead or Alive Xtreme 3: Scarlet, which came out this past March in Japan and Asia, the outfit set has been completely removed. Technically, this was announced before the game came out in Japan and Asia, where Koei Tecmo had a rundown of the differences between the Nintendo Switch and PS4 versions of the game, and how the PS4 version would be censored and not receive certain special bikinis. Now we’re starting to see which bikinis and outfits aren’t being made available in the game. Now if you’re not familiar with the way the “Sandwich” outfit set looks in Dead or Alive Xtreme, there’s actually a video compilation that was put together by Mi M, who showcased three minutes worth of footage from the game with Ayane in the getup. Basically this is just further proof that Sony’s censorship policies are really crippling the creative breadth of the developers on the PS4. The major drawback in this case is that Dead or Alive Xtreme 3: Scarlet does have better graphics and frame-rate on the PS4 version, but it has more content on the Nintendo Switch version. So you’re stuck between a rock and a hard place when it comes to picking and choosing which version to purchase SOURCE
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  20. Spike Chunsoft has revealed that a western release of visual novel adventure YU-NO: A Girl Who Chants Love at the Bound of this World is headed to Nintendo Switch. We do love good, snappy game titles. Believe it or not, this game was first released way back in 1996 featuring much racier scenes than the version you'll experience today. Switch will be receiving a port of the much more recent HD remake, which has still received an 'M for Mature' rating despite the cutbacks. The game follows the story of Takuya Arima, who receives a suspicious package from his late father. It contains a device which allows him to travel between parallel worlds, and with help from his friends, teachers, and lovers (plural, it seems), Arima must unearth the mystery of his father's legacy. We have a key feature list for you below. Key Features The Power of the Reflector - Explore multiple timelines and revisit events through the unique gaming mechanic of the Reflector Device. This allows you to explore every timeline in detail. Activate the Reflector Device’s Auto Divergence Map System to return to an event with more knowledge and new items. Your Father's Clues - Solve all the mysteries of Sakaimachi to uncover the secrets lying beneath Sword Cape. Collect items from one timeline and use them in the next to unlock Sword Cape's hidden truth. Love Beyond Worlds - Can you find the hidden world waiting beyond Sakaimachi? Fall in love with every character to reach the true ending to this 40+ hour visual novel. Nintendo Switch will receive a Day 1 Edition which includes a voucher code for '8-BIT YU-NO'S GREAT ADVENTURE'. This add-on is an action game featuring the characters from the main game in 8-bit style. The game will be releasing on 1st October for $49.99. At present, we only have confirmation of a North American release; here's hoping European news will follow shortly. SOURCE
  21. Following a report and rumors of Japanese developer Nippon Ichi Software having financial troubles and employees supposedly going unpaid, we’ve gotten some clarification from the company on the whole ordeal. “We deny rumors of NIS staff not being paid. Current operations at the company are not affected, which include employee salaries,” a NIS America representative said to Niche Gamer. To recap, the Japanese company Nippon Ichi Software (who NIS America represents in the west) was reportedly selling off stocks for low prices, in an effort to generate quick income. This, however, devalues the stock(s) already owned by investors. The financial report, which is really the only thing actually confirmed, was then followed by rumors the company wasn’t able to pay its staff. We now know this to be untrue, per the above statement. SOURCE
  22. Remember the OUYA? It was a crowdfunded micro gaming console that ran on Android, and promised a wealth of smaller, yet cheaper games. It ultimately failed to sell, and then PC hardware manufacturer Razer acquired the company. Now, Razer has announced they’re shutting down the OUYA store, effectively killing off the console. The OUYA store, as well as Forge TV are both shutting down on June 25th of this year. Users of either service won’t be able to access their respective online services after that point, and Razer can’t guarantee OUYA owners with games pre-installed will still be able to play them. Here’s the full message: SOURCE
  23. If you've ever dreamed of wrangling the lives of little computer people into abject misery and ruin (or something nicer, I suppose), but still have a Sims-shaped hole in your games library for some reason, you might be interested to know that The Sims 4 is currently free on PC. When The Sims 4 launched back in 2014, it was widely considered to be a little on the scant side, having ditched features from previous games - most notably the open-world structure of its predecessor - to create a more compact, focussed life sim experience. That's not to say it was a dud, though; the series' endless loops of busywork were as mesmerising ever, and significantly bolstered by powerful character customisation, building, and social tools, that placed much greater emphasis on personalisation and creativity. These days, of course, The Sims 4 is a considerably more substantial experience than it was at launch, courtesy of six expansion packs, seven Game Packs, 14 Stuff Packs, and a raft of free updates - although, at £34.99 per expansion, £17.99 per Game Pack, and £9.99 per Stuff Pack, going all-in is an expensive proposition. Even so, and I say this as someone who recently tumbled right back down The Sims 4 hole after a long period away, there's a more-than-decent amount of entertainment to be found in the omniscient manipulations of the base game alone, particularly for those of a creative disposition. So if you've been curious to familiarise (or reacquaint) yourself with the series, now is probably the perfect time while The Sims 4 is discounted to zero pence on Origin. You will, unsurprisingly, need an Origin account to redeem your Sims 4 freebie, and the promotion continues until May 28th. SOURCE
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