Sit down, open up a news paper (just to get your hands all inky for the effect), and let Mr. Olivier Bouchard take you through an adventure into the news!
For October 26 – November 2:
Twitch doesn’t like naked people. Well, at least, they don’t like them on their website. The streaming service recently updated their rules of conduct stating that streamers should dress appropriately. The statement reads, “Nerds are sexy, and you’re all magnificent” (well thank you) along with a bunch of instances of the word “do” and the word “not”. There goes Raph and my plan to play The Sims 4 naked, I guess.
Dying Light will not be lit on old consoles as Techland announced that the game has been cancelled on the Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3. Dying Light is now scheduled to release in 2015 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. The studio said they wanted to make a “next-gen” experience, thus making their zombie killing fantasy impossible on “old-gen”. It’s nothing new and was bound to happen, as the old consoles’ limitations make developing for them harder. Recently, WB games also pushed back the old-gen versions of Shadow of Mordor and announced that some of the feature were to be stripped down. If anything, support for the old consoles is dying… light… ish.
Bethesda officially cancelled Prey 2. After being teased in a weird cinematic teaser years ago, the sequel to the 2006’s shooter went dark. Behind closed door gameplay demos were supposedly promising, though they were never officially shown to the public. The game was being developed as an open-world where the player takes on the role of a bounty hunter… preying on an alien planet. Well, that is never going to happen. Said bounty hunter sadly has no bounty.