You Must Build A Boat Creator's Photographs Slips Into Next Year

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You Must Build A Boat Creator's Photographs Slips Into Next Year

Photographs is the next game from Luca Redwood's EightyEight Games, the developer behind 10000000 and its sort-of sequel, You Must Build A Boat. Since its reveal, Redwood has said it would be releasing this year, but it looks like we're going to have a wait a little bit later. Redwood doesn't have a specific release date, but says that it has moved into 2019.

Along with the new release window, Redwood has offered new screenshots, the GIF you can see above, and a new developer diary, which you can see below.

For more on Photographs you can watch us play the game here.

You Must Build A Boat Creator's Photographs Slips Into Next Year

about X hours ago from
You Must Build A Boat Creator's Photographs Slips Into Next Year

Photographs is the next game from Luca Redwood's EightyEight Games, the developer behind 1000000 and its sort-of sequel, You Must Build A Boat. Since its reveal, Redwood has said it would be releasing this year, but it looks like we're going to have a wait a little bit later. Redwood doesn't have a specific release date, but says that it has moved into 2019.

Along with the new release window, Redwood has offered new screenshots, the GIF you can see above, and a new developer diary, which you can see below.

For more on Photographs you can watch us play the game here.

Max Payne's Voice Actor Returns To The Studio That Created The Character For Control

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Max Payne's Voice Actor Returns To The Studio That Created The Character For Control

As part of its presence at New York Comic Con recently, Remedy Games revealed the cast for its upcoming game, Control, revealing it to be a reunion for the developer.

James McCaffrey is playing Zachariah Trench. McCaffrey provided the voice of Max Payne for all the Max Payne games, including Max Payne 3 which was not developed by Remedy.

Dig into the character development of @ControlRemedy's key players with the latest installment of Dev Diary. pic.twitter.com/aJTzjbPEzU

Max Payne's Voice Actor Returns To The Studio That Created The Character For Control

about X hours ago from
Max Payne's Voice Actor Returns To The Studio That Created The Character For Control

As part of its presence at New York Comic Con recently, Remedy Games revealed the cast for its upcoming game, Control, revealing it to be a reunion for the developer.

James McCaffrey is playing Zachariah Trench. McCaffrey provided the voice of Max Payne for all the Max Payne games, including Max Payne 3 which was not developed by Remedy.

Dig into the character development of @ControlRemedy's key players with the latest installment of Dev Diary. pic.twitter.com/aJTzjbPEzU

See Mark Hamill, Gillian Anderson, Henry Cavill, And More In Star Citizen's Squadron 42 Campaign

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See Mark Hamill, Gillian Anderson, Henry Cavill, And More In Star Citizen's Squadron 42 Campaign

This week at CitizenCon, a new trailer launched for Star Citizen's Squadron 42 campaign. And, boy, the single-player mode is packed with some star-studded talent. 

The footage focuses on the cinematics and voice acting, with a short action sequence at the end, which you can see above. It also provides a chance to view the celebrity talent that is involved. So far it looks like you can expect to see the likes of Gillian Anderson, Mark Hamill, Henry Cavill, Gary Oldman, Mark Strong, John Rhys Davies, Liam Cunningham, and Ben Mendelsohn in action. We previously saw some of this mode about a year ago

It's no surprise Cloud Imperium Games had the funds to cover such a famous cast. Its crowdfunding campaign has so far earned it $195,170,562, from over 2 million people.

See Mark Hamill, Gillian Anderson, Henry Cavill, And More In Star Citizen's Squadron 42 Campaign

about X hours ago from
See Mark Hamill, Gillian Anderson, Henry Cavill, And More In Star Citizen's Squadron 42 Campaign

This week at CitizenCon, a new trailer launched for Star Citizen's Squadron 42 campaign. And, boy, the single-player mode is packed with some star-studded talent. 

The footage focuses on the cinematics and voice acting, with a short action sequence at the end, which you can see above. It also provides a chance to view the celebrity talent involved. So far it looks like you can expect to see the likes of Gillian Anderson, Mark Hamill, Henry Cavill, Gary Oldman, Mark Strong, John Rhys Davies, Liam Cunningham, and Ben Mendelsohn in action. We previously saw some of this mode about a year ago

It's no surprise Cloud Imperium Games had the funds to cover such a famous cast. Its crowdfunding campaign has so far earned it $195,170,562, from over 2 million people.

Get A First Look At Surreal Adventure Game Creaks In Debut Trailer

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Get A First Look At Surreal Adventure Game Creaks In Debut Trailer

Amanita Design has revealed a trailer and a few details about its upcoming adventure game, Creaks. Creaks seems to follow in the trail of the studio's previous work, with a whimsical art style and puzzle-focused gameplay. But, if the trailer can be interpreted, this game explores the idea of what lies behind those creaky walls in an old house.

Amanita Design has won praise for its previous games, including Machinarium and Botanicula.

Creaks is targeting release on PC and consoles in 2019.  

about X hours ago from

Amanita Design has revealed a trailer and a few details about its upcoming adventure game, Creaks. Creaks seems to follow in the trail of the studio's previous work, with a whimsical art style and puzzle-focused gameplay. But, if the trailer can be interpreted, this game explores the idea of what lies behind those creaky walls in an old house.

Amanita Design has won praise for its previous games, including Machinarium and Botanicula.

Creaks is targeting release on PC and consoles in 2019.  

Destiny 2: Festival Of The Lost 2018 Detailed

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Destiny 2: Festival Of The Lost 2018 Detailed

Bungie today offered details about what Guardians can expect to discover in this year’s Festival of the Lost, which is set to run from October 16 to November 6. While the event has yet to begin, the initial announcement suggests that the event is significantly more robust and feature-rich than some players have come to expect.

In addition to an engram-themed redecoration of the Tower, there are several discrete activities and collectibles to pursue as well. The character Eva Levante used to be the centerpiece character of the Festival, but she has been missing since the events of Destiny 2’s core game. Instead, Shipwright Amanda Holliday will step up as the main vendor for this year’s event. She will offer daily bounties that reward fragmented souls – this new currency, in turn, can be used to purchase new masks, as well as a new legendary auto rifle called Horror Story.

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Bungie today offered details about what Guardians can expect to discover in this year’s Festival of the Lost, which is set to run from October 16 to November 6. While the event has yet to begin, the initial announcement suggests that the event is significantly more robust and feature-rich than some players have come to expect.

In addition to an engram-themed redecoration of the Tower, there are several discrete activities and collectibles to pursue as well. The character Eva Levante used to be the centerpiece character of the Festival, but she has been missing since the events of Destiny 2’s core game. Instead, Shipwright Amanda Holliday will step up as the main vendor for this year’s event. She will offer daily bounties that reward fragmented souls – this new currency, in turn, can be used to purchase new masks, as well as a new legendary auto rifle called Horror Story.