Here’s some crazy new game prototypes Double Fine has cooked up

Earlier this month Double Fine Productions launched a Humble Bundle asking people to vote on their favourite pitches for game prototypes. The people have spoken and these prototypes were created over the last few weeks and revealed earlier today in a livestream.

Important note: You still have until Friday 28th April at 6pm UK time to claim these from the Humble Bundle. All it takes is donating at least $ 1 to a charity of your choice.

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de Blob arrives on PC, nine years after its original release

It only took nine years, but the 2009 Wii platformer de Blob has finally received a PC release.

Available now on Steam and GOG for £13.49 / $ 14.99 (a 25 per cent discount available through 4th May), this looks like a fairly straightforward updated port of the 3D platformer about a colourful blob painting a monochrome town.

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Capcom tweaks Street Fighter 5 Thailand stage due to “unintentional religious references”

Capcom was forced to pull Street Fighter 5’s recently-released Thailand stage from sale over what it called “unintentional religious references”.

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Gravity Rush 2 is getting free Nier: Automata costume DLC

Gravity Rush 2 will soon let you dress up physics-manipulating heroine Kat as Nier: Automata star 2B.

Set to arrive on 5th May as a free update, Kat will soon dawn the gothic Lolita garb of Nier: Automata’s killer android lead. As seen in the PlayStation tweet below, there are versions of the costume with and without the distinguishing blindfold, depending on whether you want to go flying blind on this one.

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Call of Duty: WW2 gets reveal trailer and release date

Call of Duty: WW2 has been officially revealed in a livestream. You can see snippets of it in action in the debut trailer below:

It will launch 3rd November for PS4, Xbox One and PC.

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Excellent Ideas About Video Games That Are Easy To Understand

The sport of playing video games is a worldwide phenomenon. All over the world, people are enjoying the knowledge that can be gained along with the fun. There is a game for everyone and so much fun to be had. Keep reading for some information and advice about gaming, and get the most from your experience.

Know what game ratings mean. Some games are not meant for children, so consider this fact when shopping for games. Games are rated anywhere from Early Childhood (EC) to Adults Only (AO). If you plan to purchase a game for another person, be sure it suits their age. Read More

Must Have Playstation Accessories For Your Console

Is gaming your favorite pasttime? Do you play video games on your cell phone as you commute to and from your daily duties? Do you socialize with friends via online RPGs? Maybe you realize you can never know too much about gaming. If that is the case, you should keep reading. Keep reading for more information.

Should your youngster be using a console for online gaming, ensure that you have adjusted any parental controls you find necessary before he plays. This will enable you to censor out inappropriate materials and images. In addition, you can set limits on chat to limit their contact with other people. Read More