Posts Tagged ‘video’

YouTube Gaming Streaming Platform Launches Today

YouTube Gaming is due to launch today. The service is YouTube’s answer to Twitch and is designed primarily to support video game streaming, as well as providing a dedicated interface for people to browse and watch videos of games.

A beta has been in the hands of some since the service’s announcement in June, but as reported by Ars Technica, the service and app should be available to everyone later today.

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ARK: Survival Evolved – Let’s Play, Part 3

Ark: Survival Evolved [official site] is the survival game du jour, and not without cause. While others have tried to create games that combine dinosaurs and the crafting, progression, and violent encounters typical of the genre, ARK’s early access release seems to come the closest to pulling it off. To explore it a little more, we asked Andro Dars to make a video playthrough to show what works and what doesn’t. Part three is below.

In part three: waking up without any clothes, taming a dodo named David Cameron, and breaking into houses to steal the… person inside .

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ARK: Survival Evolved – Let’s Play, Part 2

Ark: Survival Evolved [official site] is the survival game du jour, and not without cause. While others have tried to create games that combine dinosaurs and the crafting, progression, and violent encounters typical of the genre, ARK’s early access release seems to come the closest to pulling it off. To explore it a little more, we asked Andro Dars to make a video playthrough to show what works and what doesn’t. Part two is below.

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ARK: Survival Evolved – Let’s Play, Part 1

Ark: Survival Evolved [official site] is the survival game du jour, and apparently not without cause. While others have tried to create worlds that combine dinosaurs with the crafting, progression, and violent encounters with other players typical of the genre, ARK’s early access release seems to come the closest to pulling it off. To explore it a little more, we asked Andro Dars to make a video playthrough to show what works and what doesn’t. Part one is below.

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Early Excess: Quinns Revisits Darkest Dungeon

Hey! It’s a new and sporadic video series from Quintin Smith called Early Excess, re-visiting Early Access games to see what they are, how development has progressed, and whether they’re any good.

First up: 50 minutes of Darkest Dungeon [official site], a fantasy RPG in which you’re managing your squad’s mental state as much as their stats and inventory.

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COGWATCH – 6. Sunless Sea

Hey! It’s a new and final episode of COGWATCH, a weekly video series in which Quintin Smith examines one mechanic in one game. This week, the BOSS COG that is miserabilist, boat-bound roguelike Sunless Sea [official site].

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COGWATCH – 5. Life Is Strange (Spoiler Free!)

Hey! It’s a new episode of COGWATCH, a weekly video series in which Quintin Smith examines one mechanic in one game. This week, the ability to rewind time and re-play decisions in episodic adventure game Life is Strange [official site].

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GTA V Vehicle Cannon Mod Adds A Gun That Fires Cars

There was a time, before mod tools were robust and modding came with a chance of career improvement, when mods were frivolous little things. That’s what the lack of official modding support in Grand Theft Auto V [official site] brings back. The ability to make sweeping changes to the world of Los Santos may yet arrive, but for now I’m enjoying small scripts that let you fly, that make all the pedestrians mad, that make your guns fire cars.

I’m really enjoying the mod that makes your guns fire cars. See the video below.

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COGWATCH – 4. The Long Dark

Hey! It’s a new episode of Quinns’ weekly video series in which he examines one mechanic in one game. This week: how first-person survival game The Long Dark [official site] uses item degradation as more than a nuisance, creating tension and reward among its chilly snowdrifts and ferocious wolves.

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File System Aging 6 – In The Dark

Hey come watch the final part of Rab Florence’s weekly video series, made just for us. Part one, part two, part three, part four, part five.

In the sixth and final part of this series about games, time and loss, Rab reminds us why you should make your own memories.

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COGWATCH – 3. Invisible, Inc.

Hey! It’s a new episode of Quinns’ weekly video series in which he examines one mechanic in one game. This week: how Invisible, Inc. structures its levels to increase the depth of its strategy, humanity and emotion. Watch it below!

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File System Aging 5 – Something Comes From Space

Hey come watch Rab Florence’s new weekly video series, made just for us. Part one, part two, part three, part four.

In the fifth part of this series about games, time and loss, Rab remembers Wing Commander 3.

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COGWATCH – 2. Chariot

Hey! It’s a new weekly video series from Quinns talking about one mechanic in one game. Part one was on rhythm in Crypt of the Necrodancer. Part two is about co-op in Chariot [official site], a platformer in which you and a friend use ropes to push, pull, catch and carry an object through the game world.

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