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Gabe Newell Is a Boss in This New Indie Game

Written By Kom Limpulnam on Minggu, 12 April 2015 | 23.01

[UPDATE] According to a tweet from developer Powerhoof, Valve is on board with Crawl using a Gabe Newell character as a boss.

The original story is below.

Indie game Crawl is adding a secret new boss character: Valve managing director Gabe Newell.

Developer Powerhoof recently revealed the new addition to the game, which has been in early access on Steam since last year, with an animated GIF showing off Newell (below). Because this was seen by much of the world on April Fools' day, this was presumed by many to be a joke. In fact, it isn't, as designer Barney Cumming has clarified that the blog post announcement was actually posted on April 2 in Melbourne, Australia.

Cumming described the addition of Newell to the game as having "been at the top of my list since the very start." If all goes according to plan, he'd be added in Crawl's next update.

However, Powerhoof evidently didn't ask either Newell or Valve for permission to use the former's likeness; it was only after it began attracting the attention of the media that Cumming emailed Newell for the thumbs up.

In the email, which Cumming shared on Powerhoof's blog, he presents the case for adding Newell. This includes the fact that he would be Crawl's most powerful character, an exchange of pictures so that Cumming's likeness can be used in Valve's games, and an offer to get the developers of Crossy Road to add Newell's favorite animal to the game. Cumming also argues, "The transformation implies your more recent bearded look is actually your Super Saiyan form."

Oh, and he says "please."

"I always got the impression Gabe would be cool with stuff like this, but when a big company is involved who knows what kind of crazy reasons they'll have, so at least I can say I tried!" Cumming said of the email.

Newell has yet to respond, at least publicly, nor has Valve responded to GameSpot's request for comment.

Crawl is a multiplayer dungeon crawler where one player assumes the role of the hero while others control traps and monsters. At this point, its multiplayer is limited to local play only, though online support is described as "a possibility."

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EA's PGA Tour Game Doesn't Have The Masters, But The Golf Club (Kinda) Does

The Masters, one of the most high-profile events in all of golf, will not appear in this year's Rory McIlroy PGA Tour. That was tough news to hear for fans of the sport who wanted to virtually walk the hallowed grounds of Augusta National and compete for a Green Jacket.

But golf video game fans can enjoy a Masters-style experience through The Golf Club, an unlicensed golf game developed by HB Studios.

Polygon has the story.

Using the game's course creator tool, dedicated gamer Craig LeVasseur created his own version of Augusta National, calling it "Magnolia National." The course, available for all to play for free, is a pretty faithful recreation of Augusta National.

While there's no Jim Nantz on the call or the iconic Masters theme music, Magnolia National does feature Augusta's famous holes and surroundings, including Amen Corner. Check out the video above and some images in the gallery below for a closer look.

You can find Magnolia National in The Golf Club today by selecting "All Courses" and then searching for "Magnolia." The course is available on all platforms: PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

And if you're an Xbox fan on the fence about picking up The Golf Club, the game is now available for just $11.55 through the Xbox Spring Sale, but that deal ends tomorrow, so you'll need to act quickly.

The real world Masters tournament began on Thursday and the championship round is tomorrow, April 12.

Via: Polygon

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Mortal Kombat X, Grand Theft Auto V for PC, Titan Souls, Goats - New Releases

This week we get Mortal Kombat X, Grand Theft Auto 5 for PC, Titan Souls, Goat Simulator and Bloxiq, see ya later, sun.

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New Monster Hunter RPG for 3DS, Stories, Goes in a Different Direction

Capcom has revealed the next game in the Monster Hunter series for 3DS, and it appears to be a different take on the franchise than we've come to know.

Monster Hunter Stories, as it's called, was announced at a Monster Hunter event in Japan this weekend. Rather than taking on the usual role of hunters, players instead play as riders--something that's seen in the colorful, cartoonish debut trailer above, wherein the player (and a more-round-headed-than-usual Palico) are seen mounting a monster and riding around on it.

Considering this is a 3DS game, it's safe to assume that none of what's on show in the trailer is actual gameplay. Unfortunately, there's little else to go on at this point, save for some comments from producer Ryozo Tsujimoto suggesting that Stories--being described only as an RPG at this point--takes Monster Hunter in a new direction.

"After having passed the 10th anniversary last year, this is a new challenge for the Monster Hunter series, that we've began designing since about five years ago," he said at the event (as translated by Siliconera). "While staying true to the world of Monster Hunter, and a story that can only be told through an RPG, we'd like to pack it with fun and enjoyment that we can't even begin to describe with words."

Stories is expected out in Japan in 2016. At this point, a release outside of Japan has not been confirmed, but we've reached out to Capcom to find out if it's something we'll be seeing in North America.

The latest entry in the Monster Hunter series, Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, was released for 3DS in February. Combined with those of its Japanese counterpart, Monster Hunter 4G, sales had already eclipsed 3 million units as of February.

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Mortal Kombat X Goro Gameplay Revealed

Written By Kom Limpulnam on Minggu, 05 April 2015 | 23.00

@RedDragonGecko christ... What's sad is the lack of imagination of some people, who keep coming here to complain about the same things, over and over, for years and years, offering  no brilliant insight to their acusations/critics, and resuming everything into a single sentence.  - "Sellouts" , "boring" , not funny" , -  over and over and over and over, acros every forum, across generations of original content shows, repeating the pattern across 3 or 4 generations of journalists that have came and gone from Gamespot. THAT.... is sad. Little else to live for, it seems.

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Dirt 3 Finally Drops Games for Windows Live, Gives DLC Away for Free

Dirt 3 has finally made the transition from Games for Windows Live to Steamworks, and as a thank you to players who waited over the last year, developer Codemasters is upgrading those who owned Dirt 3 to the Complete Edition, which includes all of the game's DLC.

If you owned the GFWL version, the Complete Edition should already be in your Steam library. If you bought a boxed copy of the game, you can redeem it on Steam to get the Complete Edition.

You'll still have the original version of the game in your Steam library, and Codemasters says that version will continue to work normally. Unfortunately, your save files will not transfer over to the Complete Edition.

"Due to the differences with the two versions unfortunately your save files will not be compatible with each other," Codemasters said. "We know it sucks and we are sorry but it was unavoidable."

Some players who bought their game through the Games for Windows Live Marketplace have reported issues redeeming their keys on Steam. Codemasters says that it's looking into the issue and will have information next week. Other players also reported an issue with driving wheels, which go into full lock when they start the game. Codemasters is asking those players to provide more information here.

GameSpot's review gave Dirt 3 a 9/10 for its fantastic presentation and great variety in event types.

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Dark Souls II Scholar of the First Sin, Tower of Guns, Xenoblade Chronicles - New Releases

This week Dark Souls II Scholar of the First Sin comes to current gen consoles and Xenoblade Chronicles makes its way to New 3DS, we get Tower of Guns, Etrian Mystery Dungeon, Affordable Space Adventures and finally Bastion arrives on PS4.

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After Asteroids, Atari Eyeing Tempest and Missile Command Reboots

Written By Kom Limpulnam on Minggu, 29 Maret 2015 | 23.00

Atari is planning to reboot more of its classic games like Tempest and Missile Command, the company has announced.

Earlier this week, Atari launched Asteroid: Outpost, an open world sandbox survival game, in Steam Early Access, and with that announcement the company revealed that the game is part of its new strategy.

"We are going to be teaming up with young and innovative studios to take a refreshing look at each game from our extensive portfolio," Atari Chief Operating Officer Todd Shallbetter said. "Asteroids is the first of a long series of re-births, and we are considering doing the same for our other iconic games such as Warlords, Adventure, Tempest, Missile Command and many more."

Judging by how liberally Asteroid: Outpost interpreted the original top-down shooter, Atari could do anything with updated versions of the games mentioned above.

Shallbetter's statement may also help explain why Atari has recently asked developer Jeff Minter to stop selling his game TxK, which it said is too similar to Atari's Tempest 2000, a game which Minter originally developed.

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Resident Evil 5 Gets Steamworks Instead of Games for Windows Live, New Content

Resident Evil 5 can now use Steamworks on PC instead of Games for Windows Live for its online features, Capcom has announced.

If you purchased the game on Steam, you'll be automatically upgraded to the full Steamworks edition so you don't have to use GFWL anymore. If you originally bought a retail package GFWL version, you can use the GFWL activation code on Steam to redeem the Steamworks-enabled version. The game also has a built-in tool to allow you to transfer save data and Achievements from the GFWL version to Steam.

Sadly, any DLC content you bought directly from Microsoft's GFWL Marketplace store will not carry over to Steam due to the lack of a CD or activation key.

If you want, you can also just keep playing the GFWL you have installed.

The new Steamworks version also adds the Gold Edition content that was released on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Available for $15, the Untold Stories Bundle adds a versus mode, four new costumes, Mercenaries Reunion, and two new story-based chapters.

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