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  • Blog Post: Psychological Horror Game The Park Coming To Consoles

    Developer Funcom has announced that its psychological horror game, The Park, is coming to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. A release window has also been announced. Funcom, who also developed the occult-themed MMO The Secret World, announced that the game is set to release in Q1 of 2016. No pricing information... More
  • Blog Post: Allison Road Developer Cancels Kickstarter, Joins Worms Developer's Indie Label

    In a statement made today on its Kickstarter page, Allison Road developer Lilith Ltd announced that the popular indie horror game and "P.T. spiritual successor" is canceling its Kickstarter campaign in favor of a new partnership with publisher Team17. The publisher is most widely known as the... More
  • Blog Post: Valve Accepting Applications For The Steam Controller Developer Edition

    If you're a developer looking to design your game around the Steam Controller, Valve is now accepting applications to receive one. You can find the application here . The form asks about the game you're working on, your company, you're expected release date, and a few other items. If you're... More
  • Blog Post: Developer Pack DLC Comes To Metro: Last Light

    The Developer Pack, which allows players to "re-design" the gameplay of Metro: Last Light, is available now. The Developer Pack allows players to experiment with all of the guns and their assorted attachments in a shooting range, pit AI monsters and soldiers against one another, and examine... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Full Unity Support Coming To Xbox One Next Year

    Update: It was reported recently that Unity support was coming to Xbox One this year. Unity Technologies CEO David Helgason has offered a clarifying statement that Unity will be available for Xbox One next year. Here is the statement from Helgason: During an interview with OXM in July, I misspoke and... More
  • Blog Post: DS Developer Heading To Jail For Tax Fraud, Racketeering

    Game developer David Rushton, former head of the handheld studio Sensory Sweep, has been sentenced to 18 months in jail for tax fraud and racketeering. Judge Robin Reese of the Third District Court in Utah handed down the sentence, and also ordered Rushton to pay $516,816 in restitution. "Failing... More
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