Watch a 17-Minute Walkthrough of Batman: Arkham Origins and Get Real Impatient for Friday
Is it October 25th yet? No? Then I guess we'll just have to settle for this 17-minute walkthrough of gameplay with Batman: Arkham Origins Senior Producer Ben Mattes and Gameplay Director Michael McIntryre. Get an extended look at the open world of Arkham Origins and all the features of the game.Read on...
Call of Duty: Ghosts Dog Has A Name, Various Dog-Like Abilities
Just as E3 begins, two new gameplay trailers have been released for the upcoming Call of Duty: Ghosts, one which showcases the game's much-publicized canine companion, Riley. Game footage of the "No Man's Land" level shows Riley in first-person perspective, providing reconnaissance, pouncing on unaware enemies, and barking to distract them so his human allies can take them out. A reassuring "Good boy, Riley" follows some particularly vicious animal-on-human violence.Read on...
Watch the First Gameplay Footage From Kickstarter Success Story Wasteland 2
Kickstarter is something of a double-edged sword. It allows for folks to put money in the hands of creators, but sometimes those creators don't manage to get things together and the project falls by the wayside. There's been some particularly notable Kickstarter campaigns when it comes to video games, and the one for Wasteland 2 is definitely one of biggest. The developers just released the first footage of gameplay today. If anyone was curious how inXile Entertainment was progressing, let's just say they appear to be doing amazingly well.Read on...
Vimeo’s Weird Terms of Service Prohibit Gameplay Videos Unless Users Pay $200 a Year
It looks as if Vimeo is cracking down on gameplay videos, in what seems like an odd move for the service. In carving out a niche for itself in a world that is dominated by streaming giant YouTube, Vimeo has taken some interesting approaches to video hosting. You can't repost a video you found on the Internet or elsewhere, the rules regarding non-sexual nudity and nudity for artistic expression are more lax, and there is an increased focus on video ownership. Vimeo does not like gameplay videos, though.
The Vimeo Upload Guidelines definitely do say that gameplay videos are not allowed, although game developers are allowed to post progress videos, and machinima is acceptable if there is sufficient story involved. While this apparently hasn't been a problem before, it looks like Vimeo is starting to crack down. However, there is a course of action for Vimeo users with gameplay videos who don't want to migrate to YouTube: Pony up for $200 for a year of Vimeo PRO. That's where things get a little weird.Read on...