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Video inside Forgotten Memories: Alternate Realities (PC, WiiU, Vita, iOS) Launch Trailer

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TAKE A DEEP BREATH AND GET READY FOR THE HORROR OF FORGOTTEN MEMORIES

A true spiritual successor of the greatest horrific games from the 90's. Forgotten Memories is a classic survival horror game.

Forgotten Memories is a third person Psychological Survival Horror game combining exploration, reflection, puzzles, action and survival where the gameplay is focused on fear mechanics.

" On Forgotten Memories: Alternate realities, you'll play Rose Hawkins, a strong independent woman who is searching for a missing young girl named Eden. Rose wakes up wounded and in a strange place she doesn't recognize. While exploring the hallways of an old abandoned asylum to save a lost soul, Rose will find herself locked in a never ending tragedy; frozen in time. She will have to confront her deepest fears to unveil the mystery behind her terrifying investigation. "

Enjoy incredible voice acting with, among others, Guy Cihi and David Schaufele (James Sunderland and Eddie Dombrowski from Silent Hill 2).

Forgotten Memories : Alternate Realities will be available on April 23rd 2015 on the AppStore. (Minimum requirements: iPhone 4S & ipad 2)

Download Launch Trailer as .mp4: https://www.dropbox.com/s/juqdbxnqtur...

Stay Tuned. Visit https://www.forgottenmemoriesthegame.com for more details.

Real-time footage on iOS devices.

 
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2 hours ago

Image inside Former Xbox One Exclusive Chaos;Child Officially Announced for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita

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| By Pleasure Boy - 2 hours ago



During a livestream on TwitCasting, 5pb. President Chiyomaru Shikura announced that the former Xbox One exclusive visual novel Chaos;Child will be released for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita.

The PlayStation version of the game will be released in Japan on June 25th, and a demo will be launched on the Japanese PSN on March 31st. Pre-orders will be available on March 30th.

Interestingly, the PS4 version of the game will use the features of the DualShock 4. For instance cellphone calls will come through the controller’s speaker.

In addition to this, an anime series inspired by the game has also been announced.

DS

 
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Video inside Josie Rizal, Jin and Devil Jin Tekken 7 trailers

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NBA 2K15 will be $10 on Amazon if James Harden + John Wall score a total of 50 points

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| By D. Norman - 4 hours ago


*tweet embedded


https://www.2k.com/nba2k1...wdownsale.html


Yo these twitter comments tho

 
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18 hours ago

Video inside If You Don't Like Or Play "HARD GAMES" You're A Casual?

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19 hours ago

Mortal Kombat X Offers Easy Fatalities

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| By Da Ill One - 19 hours ago



Mortal Kombat, considered one of the more difficult videogames in the industry, is giving players an easier way to pull off the signature fatalities in the upcoming Mortal Kombat X.

The basic structure of the Mortal Kombat series has always relied on kicks and punches, and sometimes a signature move a character can pull off anytime in a battle. However, each character also has the ability to perform a game-ending ‘fatality’ move. This is both awesome and disgusting to witness, and usually involves one player’s character losing the majority of their limbs. Fatalities are incredibly hard to pull off correctly, which is why developer NetherRealm is inputting a new, easier, optional fatality system for Mortal Kombat X.

During one of the recent NetherRealm studio’s live stream on Twitch, community specialist Tyler Lansdown confirmed fans’ suspicion that a small skull near the bottom of the screen was linked to the new, easier fatalities. “Now we’ve learned through years and years of study that there are a lot of people that just can’t pull off fatalities, or they get freaked out or they can’t figure out the timing. So when the game launches you’ll have a couple of those – maybe three – on day one. You’ll have those just to use and do easy fatalities on” Lansdown revealed.

“There are certain places you can unlock those and things like that. So you’ll always have access to easy fatalities – if you want them” Lansdown concluded. So it looks as though players will have to earn the majority of their skulls on Mortal Kombat X, but these can then be spent on pulling off easy fatalities.
Mortal Kombat X will launch for the Xbox One, Playstation 4 and PC on April 14th, with the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions being recently delayed and due out some time over the summer

game-sleep-respawn

 
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19 hours ago

Since everyone loves From Software now...M$ should get them to do a Ninja Blade Sequel

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1 day ago

Video inside Dunno If already posted....

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| By shaqavey - 1 day ago

Dunno If already posted..
This guy GWC is a master troll some of the funniest reviews I've ever seen on youtube. We need more of this.


















Anyone got any other funny gaming channels to watch?

 
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Image inside Black Tusk Dev tweet's out pic of actor in Gears of War 4 Mocap suit.

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Video inside Mortal Kombat X : Erron Black Trailer

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He reminds me of the main character from Red Dead Redemption. Pretty fu*king dope tho !

 
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Video inside Battlefield Hardlines is fu-king sh-t not worth 40$: Angry Review

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2 days ago

The Ketamine Secrets of ‘Ecco the Dolphin’

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| By CrAkKedOuT - 2 days ago



I don't remember how I ended up getting a copy of Ecco the Dolphin. I preferred to play stuff that involved lots of punching and kicking, and a game about a lost cetacean searching for his family would have come as a an affront to my then bloodthirsty childhood brain.

However, it became one of my favorite Sega games, representing a welcome change from the instant button-bashing gratification of fu*king up punks and bikers in Streets Of Rage 2. The central character is a dolphin, obviously, called Ecco, again, who is estranged from his pod after a mysterious tornado sucks them out of the ocean. It transpires that they've been abducted by a group of aliens known as the Vortex, who come to Earth to harvest its natural resources, including sucking up a smorgasbord of sea life. Ecco's quest takes him to Atlantis, before he travels back in time through a complex combination of wormholes to confront the Vortex at its hive, the Machine.

Ecco was a hit for the Genesis in the early 1990s, and the beginning of a successful series that ran until the Dreamcast didn't. I hadn't thought about it much between then and now—until last year, when I was reading up on John C Lilly.

Lilly was once a renowned and respected scientist, with a particular interest in marine biology and interspecies communication. In the early 1960s he was given funding by NASA to research whether it was possible to teach dolphins to speak. NASA's logic was that if we could learn to communicate with dolphins, we would have a better understanding of how to converse with extraterrestrials if they were to ever pop down for a visit.

Lilly flooded a house in the Caribbean so that dolphins could live as closely as possible with him and his team, among them Margaret Howe Lovatt, who apparently had sex with one of the animals. The experiment fizzled out as, unsurprisingly, nobody was able to get any of them to talk—although check out YouTube for one of his subjects attempting a pretty close "Hello Margaret." Useful, if all aliens were named Margaret. Lilly lost funding for the project, moved away from traditional science and threw himself further and further into 1960s pseudo-mysticism and chemical experimentation.

Around 1971 Lilly was looking for a cure for his chronic migraines, and a friend suggested that ketamine could help get rid of them. Back then ketamine wasn't a widely used drug, probably only used recreationally by a small group of dedicated trippers, quite unlike its status today as a popular party drug. When he was under the influence of a small dose of K, Lilly said that he felt the migraine being pushed out of his body and, miraculously, he never had one again. Encouraged by this, he developed a longstanding affection for the substance he dubbed "Vitamin K," and started taking it regularly, gradually injecting it in higher doses.

Just shooting up ketamine on its own wasn't enough for Lilly, though, and soon he was IV-ing it inside a sensory deprivation tank with the help of his friend, Dr Craig Enright. They thought that by using the tank external stimulation would be significantly reduced, giving a psychedelic or, in this case, a dissociative experience at a higher level of intensity. Neither appreciated that what they were doing was incredibly fu*king dangerous—tranquilizing drugs and floating on water aren't to be mixed under most circumstances, and sure enough Lilly's wife, Antonietta, had to resuscitate him on one occasion where he nearly drowned. These experiments would form the foundation for Paddy Chayefsky's 1978 novel Altered States, later adapted into a movie by director Ken Russell.




'Altered States,' trailer

During his sessions, Lilly came to believe that he was being contacted by an organic extraterrestrial entity called the Earth Coincidence Control Office—ECCO. This alien group was benevolent, omniscient, and in control of all earthly matters. Except for when they weren't quite so friendly, as at one point Lilly thought they'd made off with his penis:

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That evening I took 150 milligrams of ketamine, and suddenly the Earth Coincidence Control Office removed my penis and handed it to me. I screamed in terror. My wife Toni came running in from the bedroom, and she said, "It's still attached." So I shouted at the ceiling, "Who's in charge up there? A bunch of crazy kids?"
The similarities between Sega's Ecco the Dolphin and Lilly's ketamine fantasies are undeniable. It's almost like the game's story is an amalgamation of his interest in dolphins and the wacky philosophy he spouted when returning to reality from his phenomenal K-hole trips.

Alongside ECCO, Lilly encountered another alien life force, which he called the Solid State Intelligence. Unlike the entities from ECCO, the SSI were spawned by a mechanical solar system, and their main aim was to ravage the earth and destroy mankind. It's not unlike the much-documented cinematic battles between us fleshy creatures and advanced AI turned malevolent, and it's no stretch to compare the SSI with Ecco's Vortex enemies, those evil, dolphin-kidnapping interstellar villains.





Perhaps I'm starting to sound a little like Danny Dyer's character Moff in Human Traffic (see above), but I think this has a lot more substance then other possible video game drug references—like the "hallucinogenic" mushrooms in Super Mario Bros, or all the pills Pac-Man munched through as he made his way around those haunted mazes. But such claims always come across as stoned speculation, inane banter between mates after the third joint had been smoked out, with no game designer backing up them up.

And Ed Annunziata, the creator of Ecco the Dolphin, had said very little about Lilly, making my comparisons between the game and the drug philosophy I'd read about seem like just another coincidence. Until a little internet digging revealed a single tweet, subsequently posted on a Facebook fan page. It's brief, but tantalizing: "No, I never took LSD, but I did read a lot from John C. Lilly."

And there you have it, from the creator himself: Ecco did take inspiration from Lilly, and proof that horse tranquilizer-induced fantasies can indeed form the basis for great games. And if that's not a challenge to the young, upcoming developers of right now, I don't know what is.

http://www.vice.com/read/...ource=vicefbus

 
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2 days ago

Article inside PS4 Firmware 2.50 Glitch Allows Streaming Services via Remote Play :praise:

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| By mrfreak76 - 2 days ago



After Sony's PS4 Firmware 2.50 Update earlier today, a glitch has been reported in this latest PlayStation 4 System Software Update that allows streaming services including Hulu, Netflix and Amazon Instant Video to work through Remote Play.

Below are the details from WholesomeGamer.com (linked at the top of this article), to quote: "The benefits? The PlayStation Vita does not have certain media apps that the PS4 has such as the highly requested Amazon Instant Video app. In addition, the PlayStation TV does not have a working app for Netflix. This has been one major cause for complaint.



With this glitch, people who want to watch apps like Amazon Instant Video on their Vita or Netflix on their PS TV will be able to do so. Of course, you have to own both a PS4 and a PSTV or Vita for this to work. (Unfortunately, although SharePlay works in a similar way to Remote Play, this workaround has been tested through SharePlay and does not work. So no watching videos together in a party!)

HereÂ’s how it works:

When you are on your PS4, launch the video streaming service that you would like to view through your Vita or PlayStation TV.
After app has launched on PS4, press PS button on controller and go to the power menu. Select “Rest Mode”.
After letting the system go to rest mode, use the PS TV or Vita to boot up the PS4 with Remote Play.
Once remote play has started, go directly to that video app and you should be able to use it just like you would on the PS4.


Note: You can only do this with third party streaming apps like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Instant Video. First party services like PlayStation Video and PS Vue do not work and are still blocked. In addition, if you do not follow these steps and you try to launch from remote play without the Suspend/Resume function, you will be blocked from those other third party apps just like before.

Because this is a workaround and is now being published, do not expect it to last forever. Chances are, PlayStation will release a patch soon enough for this to be taken away. In the meantime, feel free to test it out!"

http://www.ps4news.com/pl...a-remote-play/

 
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2 days ago

Humble Bundle offers up to 83 per cent off 2K games

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| By Msirae Faythung - 2 days ago

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Spec Ops: The Line is free with any purchase.

2K Games is offering huge discounts on several of its biggest hits on the Humble Store, with some titles up to 83 per cent off.

Better yet, Spec Ops: The Line comes free with any purchase. So if you snag Sid Meier's Civilization Complete for ÂŁ0.74 / $1.24, you'll still get Spec Ops with it. Nevermind that this makes purchasing Spec Ops on its own completely redundant.

Some other highlights include:
  • BioShock Triple Pack - ÂŁ7.99 /$11.89
  • Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel - ÂŁ14.99 / $29.99
  • Civilization: Beyond Earth - ÂŁ14.99 / $24.99
  • The Darkness 2 - ÂŁ3.99 / $5.99
  • The Bureau: XCOM Declassified - ÂŁ2.99 / $3.99
  • Borderlands 2: Game of the Year Edition - ÂŁ4.99 / $7.99
  • Civilization 5 - ÂŁ4.99 / $12.49
  • Evolve - ÂŁ26.24 / $44.99
10 per cent of the proceeds from each Humble purchase go to various charities - in this case the American Red Cross, Child's Play, Wikimedia, GamesAid, and charity: water.

The sale lasts until Tuesday 31st March at 6pm UK time. You can browse the entire 2K Humble sale catalogue here.



Taken from Eurogamer.

 
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2 days ago

The Legend of Zelda Wii U delayed beyond 2015, skipping E3

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| By Krazie - 2 days ago

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Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda game for Wii U won't be making it's previously announced 2015 release date, series producer Eiji Aonuma said in an update today.

"In these last three months, as the team has experienced firsthand the freedom of exploration that hasn't existed in any Zelda game to date, we have discovered several new possibilities for this game," Aonuma said in a video posted to Facebook and YouTube. "As we have worked to turn these possibilities into reality, new ideas have continued to spring forth, it now feels like we have the potential to create something that exceeds even my own expectations.

"As I have watched our development progress, I have come to think that rather than work with meeting a specific schedule as our main objective, and releasing a game that reflects only what we can create within that scheduled time, I feel strongly that our focus should be to bring all these ideas to life in a way that will make The Legend of Zelda on Wii U the best game it can possibly be."

Aonuma apologized to fans waiting for the game and said that the Zelda team is "no longer making a 2015 release our number one priority."

The Legend of Zelda for Wii U apparently won't be seen for a while either. Nintendo of America said on Twitter that Aonuma and team have decided not to show the game at this year's E3.

The new Legend of Zelda game was announced during E3 2014, promising a vast, open world for players to explore. At the time, Aonuma said the Wii U game would be "a clean break from the conventions of past games in the Zelda series, where you had to follow a set path and play through the scenario in the right order."

Nintendo most recently showed The Legend of Zelda for Wii U at The Game Awards in December.
http://www.polygon.com/20...ed-beyond-2015


 
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2 days ago

Video inside Xb1 controller stick drift

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| By Channel Zero - 2 days ago

fu*k man after buying my xb1, no more than 6 months later my right analog stick is having the problem where , in -game the camera looks up by itself as if I am holding the right stick up. At first it would come and go but now sh*ts unplayable. I take extra good care of my sh*t too so the problems not stemming from my end. I've done some research and I guess this is a common problem and xb1 is known for having faulty controllers. There's Also no real fix the only viable option seems to be having to buy a new one.





This is what I'm talking about ^


Anyone else have this problem?

Anyways I call GameStop beacause I had the warranty and after 5 mins of the kid trying to talk me into buying a new controller the kid puts me on hold and tells me they don't have any controllers to give me and I'll have to wait until they get some in stock. I'm just trying to play some dbz this weekend

Can I send it to Microsoft? Even though I didn't buy it from them, and the warranty is with GameStop?

 
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2 days ago

PS4 ‘Yukimura’ (FW 2.50) Update Has Another Hidden Gem

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| By Da Ill One - 2 days ago

Of course the suspend and resume function is the biggest new feature introduced with the update but it would seem another undetailed feature has been introduced with the patch.

Before the 2.50 update chat audio from other players (parties etc) would be transferred to your headset if connected to the Dualshock 4 controller. As of now however an option has been included for chat audio to be pushed through the TV (TV or AV Amplifier), allowing to listen to other players trough your tv or amplifier speakers. This undetailed option is sort of hidden in the new options and can be accessed as follows:

Settings
Devices
Audio devices > change output option for chat audio to TV

Source

 
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2 days ago

Video inside PS4 free game for PS Plus in April 2015 revealed

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| By Da Ill One - 2 days ago

In addition addition to Dishonored on PS3, PlayStation Plus subscribers will also be getting the score-chasing arcade game Woah Dave! for free on PS4 in the April store update next week.

Having already been a free PS Plus title for Vita in January, Woah Dave! is developed by Gaijin Games and involves killing aliens and racking up the biggest score possible. You can check out the trailer of the PS Vita version belowÂ…





Woah Dave! was confirmed as one of AprilÂ’s free titles in this weekÂ’s PlayStation Blogcast.

The full line-up of free games for PS Plus subscribers for April 2015 is due to be announced early next week.

PSU

 
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