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  1. Even Nicolas Cage is scared. Do you think you're tougher than Nicolas Cage?# Even before we learned that it was a teaser for the next Silent Hill, P.T. was turning heads back in August. But in order to experience it yourself, you (or someone you know) needed to own a PlayStation 4. That's no longer the case, thanks to a Project Spark player on Xbox One. As demonstrated in the trailer above, Twitter user SpawnN8NE has recreated P.T. using Project Spark, Xbox One's free game creator tool. Known as R.T., the game--described by the trailer as "the world's second interactive teaser," playing on the terminology originally used for P.T.--has you navigating a creepy, seemingly abandoned house. I won't spoil things for you if you haven't followed the game closely, but suffice it to say it's best played in the dark and in an expandable pair of pants. The trailer itself is somewhat of a recreation of a P.T. trailer; at the very least, it has the night vision shots of a scared player making his or her way through the game. Only this time, it's not actually a player, but Nicolas Cage crying in Vampire's Kiss, which might actually be the scariest part about all of this. Silent Hills, the game P.T. was actually a playable teaser for, is currently in the works at Kojima Productions for PS4. Both Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima and film director Guillermo del Toro are involved with its development.
  2. Driving a race car in the rain is scary. Developer Slightly Mad Studios and publisher Bandai Namco have released a new Halloween trailer forProject Cars, which shows off the racing game's nighttime and severe weather conditions. Project Cars trailers always look impressive, but this latest video, which is made up entirely of gameplay footage, is one of the best looking ones yet. With the appropriately spooky darkness, headlights, and rain-slick roads, you can really get a good idea of how impressive the lighting in the game is. Slightly Mad Studios says that this exemplifies its approach to development, which is not to just put things in the game because they look pretty, but because they impact gameplay as well. Racing at night and under severe weather conditions, especially in a tight pack of cars, it says, will provide an extra challenge. Project Cars is coming to PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Slightly Mad Studios recently confirmed that it pushed the game's release date to March 20, 2015 in order to avoid the busy holiday season, when bigger, more established franchises will release their new games and potentially steal the spotlight. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  3. Charlie Cox has been discussing what we can expect from Marvel’s new Daredevil TV show, telling Heat Vision it is the darkest thing the studio has done so far. “I’ve read comics after comics after comics,†says Cox of his preparation for the role. “I’ve never read so many comics in my life, and we’re finding moments from the comics to reference in the show.†“We’re trying to make a show that’s new,†he continues, “and much, much darker than anything I’ve ever seen Marvel do before.†And as for what makes the show so dark, Cox says it is the nature of Daredevil himself, who will be presented as a relentless, obsessive character. “The concept that he can’t stop,†says Cox, when asked what makes his character unnerving. “He’s going out and he’s taking the law into his own hands, and he doesn’t know if he can stop. He might be addicted to it.†Co-starring Vincent D’Onofrio, Rosario Dawson and Scott Glenn,Daredevil will air on Netflix in 2015, with a specific release date to be confirmed. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  4. Developer Uber cited a lack of confidence that their original RTS project would raise the necessary $1.4M. If you were won over by the unique art style of Human Resources, a game just announced earlier this month, you may be in for some disappointment. The Kickstarter has been canceled by the developers citing that they anticipate coming up "woefully short" of the $1.4 million they were hoping to raise. In a note to backers, lead designer John Comes wrote, "The time has come to shut down the Kickstarter for Human Resources. Every Kickstarter prediction model is showing that we will come up woefully short of our goal. Running a Kickstarter is a full-time job for several people. As a small indie, we can't continue spending time and money focusing on a project that won't get funded. We simply don't have the human resources. #seewhatididthere." The project was originally slated to complete funding by November 4. But that doesn't mean all hope is lost for the project. Comes notes that they plan to "regroup and figure out what to do next." However, he also writes, "One thing is for sure, Human Resources, as pitched in this Kickstarter, is over. But we adore the world of Human Resources and will endeavor to do what we can to bring it to life in some form." You have a few options if you want to keep up with what developer Uber has in store next. According to Comes, you can follow updates on the developer's (Uber) website, John's Twitter, Nate's Twitter, and Uber's Twitter. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  5. UPDATE: Xbox One, PS4 and PC versions to miss November launch window. Update: Slightly Mad Studios has confirmed to GameSpot that Project Cars has been delayed to March 20. Publisher Bandai Namco said the delay "positions the title away from the competitive holiday scene dominated by household names." A statement issued by studio head Ian Bell reads: "Our goal has always been to deliver a landmark title that encompasses the wishes and desires of racing fans from all around the world; something with features and content powered by the community that provide a truly unforgettable and pioneering experience." "Whilst a tough decision to make, the change in release date allows the game the greatest chance of success and visibility, and the opportunity to polish the game even further to the high standards that both ourselves and our community demand and expect. We're eager for you all to see what we've been working on in just a few months." Original Story: The PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of Slightly Mad Studio's racing sim, Project Cars, will miss its November release date target. When approached by GameSpot, the studio and its publishing partner did not have details to share, but a private message already released to the game's funders has confirmed a delay will be announced shortly. Speaking on the game's forum, which is only accessible to those who helped fund the game, project director Andy Garton explained the Project Cars release date has been pushed back to March 2015. "This delay has come about because a couple of other big games have announced they are shipping around the same time as our planned first date," Garton wrote. "We know it might be a little hard to believe but this would have had a very significant impact on our initial sales." He also said the delay comes because the project still lacks "fixes and polish." Project Cars is the highly realistic looking driving sim developed by the London-based Slightly Mad Studios, which was responsible for creating the EA racer, Need for Speed Shift. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  6. An organization created to help injured veterans has sued a group with similar aims over a copyright dispute. The Wounded Warrior Project says the non-profit Keystone Wounded Warriors has a mission statement too close to its own and has a confusingly similar name and logo, which in itself is worth $500m in publicity. Helping the most disadvantaged in society is an honorable aim, so it’s always sad when charitable groups with similar missions choose to fight each other in the courts. Making lawyers rich is not what most donors have in mind when they make their contributions. Still, this is the path being embarked on by the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP). The non-profit, which was founded after the events of 9/11 in order to support wounded veterans of the military, says another non-profit is unfairly piggybacking on its image and marketing. Keystone Wounded Warriors is an Eastern Pennsylvania-based non-profit which aids veterans by raising awareness and seeking the public’s support for related programs and services. “Funds donated to Keystone Wounded Warriors are used to support local post-9/11 veterans and their families located in or with ties to Pennsylvania,†KWW says. Unfortunately WWP have a number of issues with KWW and have ordered their legal team to resolve them via action in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Lawyers for Wounded Warrior Project are seeking an injunction against Keystone Wounded Warriors on several grounds, including copyright and trademark. Firstly, WWP say that the logo used by KWW is too similar to its own. Both use silhouettes to depict scenes of war in which veterans help veterans, and each use a similar font. According to PennRecord, the Wounded Warrior Project has used its logo for 10 years and received trademark approval in 2005. This trademark, WWP says, has an estimated publicity value of $500 million. In addition to a dispute over WWP imagery allegedly present in photographs of KWW fund-raising events, the Wounded Warrior Project says the Keystone Wounded Warriors mission statement is far too close to their own. WWP promise “To honor and empower Wounded Warriors†while their ‘rival’ claims “To honor, empower, aid, and assist Pennsylvania service members.†While WWP appear to have a reasonable point that KWW’s branding is likely to cause confusion, their demands are such that if KWW lose the case, KWW-supported veterans will suffer. In addition to an advertising campaign to educate donors and the public that the WWP and KWW are not affiliated, WWP is seeking punitive and compensatory damage for any infringements. According to its latest report, Wounded Warrior Project generated revenues of $300 million, up from $200 million the year before. http://torrentfreak.com/wounded-warrior-project-sues-rival-over-copyright-141001/
  7. t looks like Bon Iver founder Justin Vernon is embarking on yet another side project, this time with cerebral rapper Astronautilus. The project, "announced" via a post on label Totally Gross National Product's website, is titled De Oro (or the forthcoming record is titled De Oro, or maybe they just like gold -- Totally Gross and its hydra-headed maestro Ryan Olson, who helped co-write Polica's first album and conceived of the massive Gayngs record, is reliably opaque on the finer details of most things) and seems, judging by the short teaser, to be another step away from the straightforward for Vernon. The project has been simmering for a long time; a two-year-old interview with Astronautilus conducted by City Pages references the project, which the rapper was unsurprisingly mum on. So what do we know? That Justin Vernon, who in the past year has released a record with Volcano Choir, recorded with Kanye West on Yeezus and played with Sharon Van Etten, is back to his auto-tuned loveliness. We know that Astronautilus has gold fronts and a big red beard. We know that it sounds sweeping and morose. What more do we really need to know?
  8. For his next project, William Orbit is working with musical royalty -- Queen. Though the British producer is keeping mum on details, the recording project is expected to involve an album with previously unheard tracks featuring the vocals of late frontman Freddie Mercury. Orbit, who produced Madonna's 1998 album Ray Of Light and worked on her 2012 effort MDNA, has used his Twitter account to spread news of his latest adventure. "Am definitely working with QUEEN. Amazing songs. That's all I'm sayin 4 now. Watch this space," he wrote. Earlier this year, Queen guitarist Brian May told listeners of BBC Wales that the iconic rock band was restoring unreleased works for a new collection to be released later this year. May said the album’s title would probably be Queen Forever, and it's been suggested the set would include a never-heard-before collaboration between Mercury and Michael Jackson from 1983.