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Author Archives: Tom Ohle

New Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments trailer looks hot. Summery, even.

Crime doesn’t take a vacation… and neither does Sherlock Holmes! You can now watch the first real teaser for Crimes & Punishments, the new Sherlock Holmes investigation coming soon to PlayStation®3, Xbox 360® and PC. Having made a great impression at E3 in Los Angeles last month, an intriguing video will now…

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Blendoku Developers’ Novel Approach to Adding Colorblind Support to a Game About Colors

This is a guest post from Lonely Few’s Rod Green. Go to http://blendoku.com to grab this game — it’s free — for iOS or Android. Colorblindness affects a large number of people and to varying degrees and we got a LOT of people saying “Blendoku is a great game but sucks if…

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So… Sunday may be a good day to send out video game news.

Yeah. I said it. After years of “certainty” that weekends are, like, totally stupid when it comes to sending out game news, I may have to eat a bit of tasty, tasty crow. Yesterday (Sunday), because of a fortuitous tempest of convenience — I was awake early, my wife and kid were…

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CONTRAST is a beautiful puzzle-platformer set in a 1920s dreamscape

Life in PR is so much fun when you’re working on imaginative games with a ton of promise. Enter Compulsion and Focus, who are bringing CONTRAST to PC, XBLA and PSN this year. Just check out this trailer: Hit the jump for the full announcement we sent out this morning, as well…

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A Focus on Quality: Does It Make For Better PR?

We spend way too much time in our team Skype chats talking about how to do a better job of… umm… our jobs. Granted, much of it is brought on by my own anxiety about the gradual death of PR as a profession, as well as an unfortunate rebellious streak that drives…

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18 Minutes of Rise of the Triad Multiplayer Mayhem and More

We pushed out a butt-ton of Rise of the Triad multiplayer stuff this morning. If you lust for the days of simpler, faster, more ludicrous multiplayer shooters, ROTT should be at the top of your list. Nay! It should be your list. Just, like… watch the video below. It’s like Quake 3 and…

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THUNDER. Na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na. THUNDER. Wolves. RPS Preview.

Check out this little gem of a preview of bitComposer and Most Wanted’s upcoming helicopter blow-em-up, Thunder Wolves. The fine chaps at Rock, Paper, Shotgun are often a hard bunch to excite… but the old-school action-flick-style goodness of Thunder Wolves seems to be doing the trick.

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Forget regular dice. DICE+ developer site launches, pre-order plans announced.

I’m heading off to GDC tomorrow, where we’ll be showing off all sorts of awesome stuff from various developers. One of those great companies is Game Technologies, who will be showing off the future of dice: DICE+. It does seem feasible that dice will one day be electronic, and these guys and…

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Daedalic Breaks Out of Adventure Games With Blackguards, A Turn-Based RPG Set in the Dark Eye World

German developer/publisher Daedalic has been pumping out some great, creative adventure games for a while, from the Deponia series to Edna & Harvey, and this year the company is looking to break out in a number of ways. While Deponia has sold more than 300,000 copies worldwide, the studio has still enjoyed…

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PAX East: Not Entirely Useless Tips for Indie Devs

First, a PAX Poem ‘Twas the night before PAX East and somewhere on a plane Some germs were a-spreading, and no one could name The one who would kickstart this year’s conference plague Something something, not much rhymes with plague. Now that we’ve gotten that out of the way, we wanted to…

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