Here’s a fun God of War video starring dogs

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We would totally play Dog of War.

Sony has released a rather fun video starring dogs playing the role of Kratos and his son Atreus in God of War.

The premise of the video is a God of War marketing meeting, and the poor fella in charge of the advertising has gotten it all wrong. We hope he wasn’t fired.

Darwin Project is now a free-to-play title on Steam

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Darwin Project is now a free-to-play title on Steam

Scavengers Studio’s battle royale shooter Darwin Project has gone free-to-play.

Those interested in Darwin Project can now play the game on PC for free.

Since its Early Access launch, plenty of content has been added to the game including Duo Mode, skill-based matchmaking, limited-time events, optimization, and gameplay improvements.

Games With Gold for May include Metal Gear Solid 5, Vanquish, more

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Looks like the Xbox Games With Gold offerings slipped out a bit earlier than planned.

Microsoft hasn’t officially posted its Games With Gold offerings for the month of May, but the usual accompanying video was put live a bit early.

Noticed by Wario64, the games coming to Xbox One and Xbox 360 owners with Xbox Live Gold are a rather nice bunch.

Platinum Games really wants to bring The wonderful 101 to Switch

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Platinum Games wants to bring Wii U exclusive The Wonderful 101 to Nintendo Switch.

During a talk at Reboot Develop this week, The Wonderful 101 director Hideki Kamiya and Platinum Games’ Atsushi Inaba said the studio is negotiating with Nintendo for a possible Switch release.

While the studio admitted the Wii U title “didn’t sell a ton,” it was a hit with those who played it. One could argue the reason sales were lacking for this under-appreciated title was due to its platform exclusivity.

Platinum Games really wants to bring The Wonderful 101 to Switch

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Platinum Games wants to bring Wii U exclusive The Wonderful 101 to Nintendo Switch.

During a talk at Reboot Develop this week, The Wonderful 101 director Hideki Kamiya and Platinum Games’ Atsushi Inaba said the studio is negotiating with Nintendo for a possible Switch release.

While the studio admitted the Wii U title “didn’t sell a ton,” it was a hit with those who played it. One could argue the reason sales were lacking for this under-appreciated title was due to its platform exclusivity.

Valve loses appeal over ACCC ruling, must pay $3M fine over misleading refund policy

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Valve has lost appeal filed with the High Court of Australia, and must pay the $3 million fine imposed by the Australian Competition Consumer Commission.

The $3 million fine was levied against Valve by the Australian Competition Consumer Commission (ACCC) in 2014. Valve was accused by the ACCC of misleading consumers over a guarantee of refund.

“This important precedent confirms the ACCC’s view that overseas-based companies selling to Australian consumers must abide by our laws,” said ACCC commissioner Sarah Court (thanks, GI.biz).