A new video from Valve
discusses some Source 2 engine details that were hidden in plain
sight in a recent Artifact
update (thanks Ant
). They found help files related to
the Rubikon physics engine and other details, and also discuss the odd
history of how information and new features of Source 2 have trickled out seemingly
randomly over the years. Word is: "Today on Valve News Network, we take a look
at a leak which occurred on January 10th hidden within an Artifact update. Here,
we see some new features and capabilities of Source 2's physics engine, Rubikon."
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now offers the promised
"1-shot" demo for the Resident Evil 2 Remake
. The one shot part refers to
how this is designed to allow just 30 minutes to complete. Word is: "This
specially tuned demo allows you to experience the newly reimagined Resident Evil
2, but be warned: whilst you can continue as many times as you like after dying,
you'll only have 30 MINUTES to complete the demo." Those hoping to circumvent
this time limitation may be interested in a
post on DSOGaming
with word on how to do so with a crack that can also
provide infinite ammo. This involves a third-party download, so it's definitely
a proceed with caution at your own risk situation, though DSoG says they've
scanned the file and vouch for its safety.
This post on Steam
has tips on graphics settings and notes the demo supports
ultra-wide aspect ratios. Here's more from the
about this demo for the reimagined Resident Evil 2:
Leon’s welcoming party may have been cancelled, but your escape from the
police station has just begun. Similar to the demo that we’ve had at various
events since the game was first unveiled at E3 in 2018, you’ll be able to
explore the R.P.D. as you like… but you’ll be on a time limit. Once those thirty
minutes are up, so is your demo! Fortunately, you can continue if you die, or if
you complete the mission objective. However, just like in real life, you can’t
turn back the clock and you won’t be getting back the time you lost, so use what
time you have wisely.
Play quickly and carefully if you want to see the end of the demo, and be sure
to pick up any useful items you see laying around while conserving your ammo. It
may be tempting to try and defeat every zombie that stands, or crawls, in your
way, but sometimes it’s better to use a few bullets to make an escape route than
empty a clip on a monster that refuses to stay dead.
No matter how your demo ends, you’ll get to see a brand-new trailer exclusive to
the demo when it’s done, giving you another taste of what to expect from
Resident Evil 2 in just a few weeks.
QC Games offers a new
Worldshaper Veil Demon Class Trailer
, their upcoming co-op
action/RPG. In the game you can play as the bad guy, and the video shows off the
Veil Demon, an un-killable force that will cause chaos and mayhem for players.
There are six different Veil Demon classes, and this clip introduces one of them
called the Worldshaper. Here's more:
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Some days, you don’t feel like being
a hero. Some days, you want to be the creature that causes mass chaos in a game,
summoning creatures and spawning traps to trip up other players. In Breach, the
upcoming co-op, RPG dungeon brawler from QC Games, you can do just that. Players
can play as the Veil Demon, the enemy force that wreaks havoc in the world of
Breach. The Veil Demon cannot by killed, so players must endure its pestering
throughout the level. There are six different classes of the Veil Demon and QC
Games has released a trailer today focusing on the Worldshaper class.
The Worldshaper conjures powers and terrain from behind the Veil to spread
pandemonium on the field of battle, shaping the very ground beneath enemies'
feet. Players can accomplish that in a variety of ways: from poisonous Fungal
Spores, the crystalline Grael Cage, to the volcanic Cerberus Inferno, the
Worldshaper Veil Demon calls forth powerful worldly forces to cause chaos and
mayhem in the world of Breach. Have fun immobilizing the heroes and causing all
kinds of mischief with the Worldshaper!
Fox News - 'Fortnite' and the collapse of parenting. "There is
nothing more irresponsible than a boy on a videogame binge." Except
perhaps an author trying to sell books.
This is the last great weekend of this season's tackle football action. There are four games
on tap, which is more than will be left in the season after they conclude, as
only three games remain once the field is narrowed to four teams. I don't think
I have much chance of winning our playoff pool, but the games have been quite
entertaining. I think I'd rather it be this way than the other way around, so
it's all good.
Steve Buscemi's Wife Dead at 65 and Funeral Held at Family Home