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Rockstar is talking with OpenIV developer, issues new statement on mods

The drama between modders, Rockstar Games, and Take-Two Interactive continues to unfold. Rockstar has issued another statement, this time on singleplayer mods in general. And, there’s some potentially hopeful news as to the fate of singleplayer modding tool OpenIV. First, Rockstar Games has added a topic to its support page in regards to singleplayer mods for the PC versions of its games. This is obviously in response to the controversial decision of GTA publisher Take-Two …

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The PS4 Pro is “like a five-year-old PC” and is holding games back, says developer

Unveiled during EA’s E3 conference, A Way Out looks promising – from the team behind Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, the co-op adventure game offers asymmetrical drama filled with prison breaks and male bonding. Its developer, Josef Fares, has been giving out interviews about his studio’s new game.  For more future hits, check out our list of upcoming PC games.  In a chat with Engadget, Fares was talking about displaying his game on PS4 …

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Dauntless developer says he’s ‘super excited’ about Monster Hunter: World

Dauntless has often been described, including by us, as being a lot like Monster Hunter. In fact, Tom called it “the PC Monster Hunter game we’ve all been waiting for” in his January hands-on. So when an actual Monster Hunter game was announced at E3, the potential for awkwardness was clear. But the developers of Dauntless are taking it in stride: Executive producer Jesse Houston told Polygon that he’s “super excited” about Monster Hunter: World, …

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Game Freak is Hiring a Developer for a New Nintendo 3DS Game

Put on your tin foil caps, Pokemon fans. Earlier this week, Game Freak posted a new job listing for a 3D-focused programmer to work on a new RPG for the Nintendo 3DS. No other details were given, but the popular speculation is that the job listing is probably to a new Pokemon game. If the job listing IS for a Pokemon game, it throws a major wrench into speculation about the future direction of …

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Rainway Developer In Talks With Nintendo About PC Games Streaming On Switch; Good News May Come Soon

A little while back, we reported that a new app called Rainway, which should allow 60 FPS PC games streaming on compatible devices, was in development. The developer also announced the Switch as one of the compatible devices, and it seems like good news may be coming soon. On the app’s official Twitter profile, it’s been confirmed the team has been talking with Nintendo about Rainway, teasing that some good news may be coming soon. We received …

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PlayerUnknowns Battlegrounds developer already looking to port the game to Xbox One

PlayerUnknowns Battlegrounds developers already have plans to bring the multiplayer survival shooter to consoles. PlayerUnknowns Battlegrounds is the latest Steam, and Twitch phenomenon that’s out of reach for most console players, for the simple reason it’s a PC-only game for now. But this won’t be the case forever, and developer Bluehole is already looking into porting it to Xbox One. Creative director Brendan “PlayerUnknown” Greene confirmed to Business Insider that a console version is not …

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The Xbox One loses another exclusive third-party developer

Quantum Break was exclusive to Xbox One, but Remedy’s next game won’t be. When we’ve reported on the PS4’s sales lead over the Xbox One in the past, we usually point out that the deficit only really matters insofar as it discourages developers and publishers from sticking with Microsoft’s smaller audience. These days, we’re seeing more and more signs of this effect coming to pass for console games both large and small. Today’s sign of …

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Mass Effect Andromeda UPDATE – Uncharted 4 developer reviews in-game animations | Gaming | Entertainment

Mass Effect Andromeda received mixed review scores when it launched earlier this week, as critics took exception to the writing, performance and animations. One former BioWare and current Naughty Dog animator has had his say on the matter, explaining what went wrong with the animations and why it’s so hard to develop a game like Mass Effect Andromeda. Video game animator Jonathan Cooper – whose credits include Mass Effect 2 and Uncharted 4 – told Twitter followers …

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See the first level of co-op shoot ’em up RiftStar Raiders in this developer walkthrough

Subscribe to PCGamesN on YouTube If you want old school shoot ’em up gameplay with a modern twist, RiftStar Raiders from Climax Studios should fit the bill nicely. In this gameplay trailer, designer Marc Manuello takes us through the first level and the inspirations behind its design decisions. The video also explores how the game stays true to genre classics while pushing the shmup forward. Can’t get enough of space combat? Take a look at …

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Learn about the digital biology of Snake Pass’ snake in this technical developer diary

Subscribe to PCGamesN on YouTube For most platformers, you’re used to seeing a bipedal protagonist who runs and jumps everywhere without any trouble. Even then, there is usually quite a cartoonish physics engine which doesn’t have to worry about how the main character’s legs absorb shock when they land. Sumo Digital have made their physics engine key to their platformer Snake Pass and have recently released a developer diary, going over how they made their …

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Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove Developer on Nintendo Switch, New amiibo, and the Lack of an Xbox One Physical Release

One of the surprises in the Nintendo Switch launch was the number of independent developers that have come out in support of the console. In the past, Nintendo has been notoriously tough to deal with for game-makers both big and small, though this seems to be changing with this new generation. Titles such as Human Resource Machine, Gonner, and Fast RMX Racing show that, unlike in the past, Nintendo isn’t just relying on its first-party …

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