Today in Gaming News - August 15, 2011 - News/ 1,703 Views
Zombie Duck Hunt developer Broken Thumbs settles with the Federal Trade Comission over allegations that it collected personal information about children without requiring parental consent.
Police arrested “good Samaritan” who stole PSP, failed to bring him to me so I could punch him in the face. But he’s still arrested, which is good.
EVE: Online is rife with villainy, which is just an accepted part of the experience.
Lyle Hall and Matthew Seymour from Heavy Iron Studios don’t expect the PS Vita to sell well (car wreck).
Shadows of the Damned has new preorder bonuses in the form of a digital copy of the soundtrack and an adult magazine featuring Carcia’s girlfriend. Big names in voice animation will feature Tadanobu Asano as Garcia and Chiaki Kuriyama as Paula.
Assembly Summer 2011, a four-day event celebrating visual computer demos, is over, check the link for the winners and some impressive visuals. Archives include demos from the ancient past, like 1992.
Here are screenshots of Rockstar’s new PS3 game, Agent.
Vidrhythm is the first in-house iOS game developed by Harmonix. Gamasutra also explores some other super secretive Harmonix projects.
Valve gives us the first trailer for DOTA2. Here are more video blips featuring Mr. Freeze in Batman: Arkham City, a Deus Ex: Human Revolution TV ad and Just Dance 3. Here’s a seven-minute video explaining Hard Reset. Here’s an English version of Pokemon: Rumble Blast, and 3DS game Heroes of Ruin.
We also learn today that Dance Central almost got its own hardware.
Is PrimeSense the next big thing for smart TV’s?
IGF Chair talks about “games clones.” (theft)
Supergirl crosses comic book lines and is now Spider-Man’s Mary Jane.
OnLive says their dev revenue is split 60/40.
These are this week’s most popular paid and free iOS apps.
To The Moon gets a trailer, which causes us to question video games and art once again.
Lens of Truth analyzes Duke Nukem Forever.
SEGA officially says which games will be at PAX Prime 2011
These are the winners of the Dare to be Digital contest.