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Fearsome Demigryph Kicks Off New Total War: Warhammer Video Series

Creative Assembly will be releasing a new trailer for its upcoming Total War: Warhammer later this week. In the meantime, the studio is releasing a series of videos that highlights some of the creatures from the game. First up, the mighty demigryph.

The clip below provides a nicely detailed look at the beast, via test animations, sketches, and developer narration. The idea of an eagle/lion hybrid may not be any less silly, but you may gain a greater appreciation for why it might have such a fearsome reputation.

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Total War: Warhammer is coming to PC and Mac later this year. – The Feed

Video: Women share their #1ReasonToBe in games at GDC 2015

Watch the triumphant GDC 2015 return of one of the event’s most popular and positive sessions: the #1ReasonToBe panel, a raucous celebration and exploration of gender and alternative voices in games. …

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This Week in Video Game Criticism: From History to Her Story

This week, our partnership with game criticism site Critical Distance brings us picks from Mark Filipowich on topics ranging from Sam Barlow’s Her Story to an interview with Keiji Inafune. …

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A Video Tour Of Tacoma’s New Gameplay

In the not-too-distant future, the world's wealthiest citizens may find themselves aboard the Lunar Transfer Station Tacoma while en route to a moon-resort vacation. It may be just a temporary waypoint not unlike an airport terminal, but underneath its luxury decor lies a mystery waiting to be solved.

Kim Wallace and Joe Juba provide commentary for this short glimpse of some of Tacoma's opening moments. The footage is pre-alpha and is not necessarily indicative of the final game.

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Visit our online hub below to see our exclusive Tacoma online coverage for the month. – The Feed

Video: Innovating interactive fiction with 80 Days’ Jon Ingold

At GDC 2015 Inkle co-founder Jon Ingold explains how the outfit’s design strategies evolved to produce games like 80 Days, and how it successfully fields interactive fiction games on mobile devices. …

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PewDiePie Releases Video Discussing The Internet Feedback To His Impressive $7 Million Salary

YouTube (and South Park) phenomenon Felix "PewDiePie" Kjellberg makes a lot of money with his channel, and he recently released a video responding to those responding to his salary.

A Swedish newspaper, Expressen, revealed approximately how much the YouTube star makes per year, and it's around the $ 7 million mark. The Internet was, unsurprisingly, shocked by the number, and as is the case with most of PewDiePie's output, reacted with loud Internet comments.

In response, Mr. Kjellberg released the video below thoughtfully taking on the subject basically saying he likes money because he is a human being, but it's not as important to him as having a good time making video content for his fans. He also jokingly admits to making lame sex jokes and thinks he looks good in a bikini. Mr. Kjellberg ends the video saying, "It seems like the whole world cares more about how much money I make than I do myself," and reminds watchers that he also raises a lot of money for charity, even if that's not what makes headlines.

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This is not the first time Mr. Kjellberg has been outspoken about money, though this is the first time he has talked about his own. For his thoughts on Nintendo's insistance on Nintendo fighting against the monetization of its games on YouTube, head here.

[Source: PewDiePie on Youtube, Expressen, via Kotaku]


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More power to you PewDiePie. You excel at your art and I am impressed – even if I don't totally get it, myself. – The Feed

Metal Gear Solid V’s Fist Of Death In Action (Updated With English Video)

Update: Konami has made available an English version of the walkthrough. You can check it out below.

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Stealth is often at the heart of the Metal Gear experience, but there have always been many ways to get the job done. This new gameplay video for MGS V: The Phantom Pain shows various ways to complete one of the title's early missions.

This new video shows off multiple ways to take out the game's third mission: A Hero's Way, which tasks you with taking out a Spetsnaz commander. Snake can do this on his own, use different buddies, or even go in hot and heavy with helicopter-guns blazing. Of course, there's also the remote-controlled fist. You've got to see this to believe it. The last method is also particularly funny, and not because the cardboard box is involved.

It's worth noting that players can replay missions at any time, and these different methods may depend on what kinds of buddies or equipment you've accumulated up into this point. Also, the video speeds up at various points only for convenience.

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Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PS3, and Xbox 360 comes out on September 1. It's out for PC on September 15.

For more on the game, check out some of these reader questions I've answered based on my time with the game. Also take a look at Tim's five tips for survival, and Joe's five questions the game should address. – The Feed

A Video Tour Of Some New Features In Rory McIlroy PGA Tour

Rory McIlroy may have just blown out his ankle and endangered the defense of his Open championship, but at least his game is still on track to come out for new-gen systems on July 14. Here's video evidence that the show will indeed go on – complete even with some interesting new features.

Quick Rounds: This mode is designed so you can play a course's most important holes in a short amount of time. The video below shows the second round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational, at holes 12 through 15. The video's create-a-pro starts even, and scores applicable XP at the end of the mini-round by his/her performance. Note the commentary. There's more of it than in years past, it's more seamless with the action, and even talks about past performance. 

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Night Club Challenge: As the name indicates, these are hundreds of quick challenges taking place at night. As the challenges progress, you earn boosts such as being able to control the direction of your ball or having it stick to the ground with no roll off. A max of three boosts can be equipped, and they each drain different amounts of energy. Of course, the challenges themselves become harder too, with each hole ending with a stroke-play like challenge where you have to navigate a field of varying obstacles like speed pads, rings, and more.

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Fewer Course Limits: This year's PGA Tour features no load times between holes as well as more areas to hit the ball into, such as wildly out of bounds. In the trailer below you can also take a look at one of the game's fantasy courses. Rory only features 8 real-life courses, so it'll be interesting to see the game's fantasy and no-licensed courses.

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For more on the game, take a look at this previous preview detailing a more customizable experience. – The Feed

Video: How Other Ocean made #IDARB (and you can too!)

As part of the GDC 2015 Game Career Seminar’s ‘Micromortems’ session, Other Ocean’s Mike Mika and Frank Cifaldi playfully break down the design process of their hit multiplayer game #IDARB. …

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Humble Bundle Offering Fallout, Mass Effect, And Other Video Game Comics

Humble Bundle is teaming up with Dark Horse to offer a collection of video game comics and art books at extremely low prices. As always, payments support charity.

At the “pay what you want level,” you’ll get Fallout: New Vegas – All Roads, Plants vs. Zombies: Lawnmageddon, EVE: True Stories, Tomb Raider: The Beginning, and The Art of Remember Me. If you pay more than the average ($ 7.54 at the time of publication), you’ll get The Guild Volume 1, Halo: Initiation, The Art of BioShock Infinite, and Valve Presents Volume 1: The Sacrifice and Other Steam-Powered Stories.

Finally, if you pay $ 5 more than the average, you’ll also get Mass Effect: Foundation Volume 1 and Dragon Age Volume 1: The Silent Grove. More books will be added before this bundle ends on July 15.

Your contribution can support (in part or in total) the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund. You can check out the offerings on Humble’s website.  

While you’re there, be sure to claim a the free comics that are on offer. – The Feed