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Games of Glory - Persistent Universe and Brand New Video Content


GAMES OF GLORY: THE VERY FIRST BATTLE ARENA GAME
IN A PERSISTENT UNIVERSE
Synarchy’s future is in the hands of the community

Paris, July 28th – French / Swedish Indie studio, LightBulb Crew, today unveil more details about the persistent aspect of the science fiction universe of Games of Glory; the Synarchy. This universe is in constant evolution. Numerous species organized in political and economic factions fight without mercy for their supremacy, through outstanding battle arenas the Games of Glory.

Embodying one of the powerful Clones, the player will impact this eternal battle for power with each victory or loss of a Clone impacting their faction’s influence. Following those merciless fights, each player will raise his notoriety in the eyes of the Synarchy’s population. The more recognised the player, the more impactful and important are their actions.  Synarchy's future is in the palm of their hands and no one could presently forecast the consequences that it may have in the medium or long term.

These dynamic evolutions in the script will directly shape the game’s content. Announcements of new factions, introduction of new clones from a victorious faction, new arms and equipment, or even game mode modifications will be direct consequences of player’s actions.

From the beginning of this project we wanted to give our community a central role, even more regarding the event that will change the Synarchy forever. For us it is incredibly exciting, even we do not know what will happen in Games of Glory.” comments Anders Larsson, CEO of LightBulb Crew “We also believe this will increase the enjoyment for those who are not competitive players but also interested by the game’s story.

As a complement of the power games system, players will be able to unveil the secrets of the Synarchy through solo or club quests, in direct link with the different factions and Clones. Does the Synarchy aim to invade new systems? What are the origins and the secrets behind each Clone? Which dark plots are threatening the power in place? So many questions that will find their answers through these exciting quests.

LightBulb Crew also release new video content, bringing new complementary elements to this brand new aspect of the MOBA genre.



Lightbulb Crew’s Kickstarter campaign page can be found at https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1358817651/games-of-glory, along with more details about the game, gameplay videos and other information for potential backers. The campaign offers several levels of support with multiple attractive rewards.

The Steam Greenlight page can be found at http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=283567496. Fans should visit the Greenlight page and vote for Games of Glory.

I Got Gameplay Episode 83: Female Gaming Characters

Episode 83 of the I Got Gameplay radio show is now live. Join the gang as they debate Female gaming characters, from the strong to sucessful look at the biggest and best gaming characters of all time.





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I Got Gameplay Episode 82: Mega Ran aka Random Interview

Episode 82of the I Got Gameplay radio show is now live. Join the gang as they Interview chiptune artist and inspirational teacher Mega Ran!






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I Got Gameplay Episode 81: Metal Gear Retrospective

Episode 81of the I Got Gameplay radio show is now live. Join the gang as they talk about the Metal Gear franchise.





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BANDAI NAMCO GAMES EUROPE ANNOUNCES PARTNERSHIP WITH MARVEL!



BANDAI NAMCO GAMES EUROPE ANNOUNCES PARTNERSHIP WITH MARVEL TO DEBUT NEW COMIC BOOK SERIES FOR EMERGING FREE-TO-PLAY 2-v-2 COMBAT ARENA GAME RISE OF INCARNATES
The Fate of the World Hangs in the Balance as Incarnates Wage Furious Battles across Shattered Cityscapes

PARIS, FRANCE – July 23rd 2014 – Leading video game publisher and developer BANDAI NAMCO Games Europe today announced a partnership with Marvel for the distribution of a 16 issue comic book created for Rise of Incarnates, the new Free-to-Play game developed by BANDAI NAMCO Studios. The exciting new comic series debuts today with issues #1 & #2 in a combined, double-sized volume which will be handed out at both the BANDAI NAMCO booth and BANDAI NAMCO Fighting Game Panel at San Diego Comic-Con®.

For those not attending San Diego Comic-Con, thousands of copies of the special combined issue will be available at approximately 2,500 comic specialty shops supporting Marvel Comics for free beginning tomorrow, July 24th. In addition, the comics will be accessible for free digitally through the Marvel Unlimited Comics App (for iPhone®, iPad®, iPod Touch® & Android devices) so that gamers and comic book aficionados around the world will be able to dive into the intrepid storyline of Rise of Incarnates.

Forged by the creators of the TEKKEN® and SOULCALIBUR® franchises, Rise of Incarnates unleashes unfettered combat upon a ravaged world on the brink of destruction. Meteorites falling from the sky and massive cold fronts sweeping across the land represent only a portion of the unending onslaught of catastrophe the future world is faced with. The mysterious “cube phenomena” has enveloped the people of Earth with perpetual fear, and among them are those known as “Incarnates”—humans with extraordinary abilities drawn from Daimones, or spiritual manifestations of the gods, demons, and monsters of the entire world’s mythology.

In the mind of each and every Incarnate there speaks a voice: “To avoid certain destruction, you must defeat the Sovereign of this era.” Each Incarnate will respond to this message differently; some lamenting it as an ill omen for the future, while others relishing the ensuing chaos as a pretext to fulfill their base desires. With their own interpretations and reasons to fight, the Incarnates enter the fray to determine the fate of humanity in a world that will never be the same.

Rise of Incarnates is not only an ideal vehicle for dynamic and engaging fighting gameplay, it also possesses an enterprising storyline featuring a destitute world and compelling characters who have untold powers and widely varying motivations to do both good and evil. All of these ingredients come together to create an incredible action comic book series, and we are absolutely thrilled about this partnership with Marvel, as they are an undeniable powerhouse in the creation and distribution of comics.” Herve Hoerdt, Vice President of IP Strategy, Marketing & PR at BANDAI NAMCO Games Europe.

"BANDAI NAMCO Games and Marvel working together was a no-brainer. Both companies hold to the highest standards of quality storytelling, artistic talent recruitment and character creation, so it was a natural connection for Marvel to offer its expertise to the legendary video game developer in packaging and distributing the comic book adaptation of Rise of Incarnates." Jonathan Rheingold, Vice President of Marvel Custom Solutions.

To read the comic online, go to marvel.com/comics/unlimited or www.RiseOfIncarnates.com.  For more details about the game head to www.RiseOfIncarnates.com.

*CONTAINS MATURE CONTENT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN

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About BANDAI NAMCO Games Europe S.A.S.
BANDAI NAMCO Games Europe S.A.S., part of BANDAI NAMCO Holdings Inc., is a leading global publisher and developer of interactive content for platforms including all major video game consoles and PC, with marketing and sales operations in 50 countries across Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Australasia.  The company is known for creating and publishing many of the industry’s top video game franchises, including PAC-MAN™, Tekken™, SOULCALIBUR™, NARUTO™, NARUTO SHIPPUDEN™, Dragon Ball®, GALAGA™, RIDGE RACER™ and ACE COMBAT™.  More information about the company and its products can be found at www.BandaiNamcoGames.eu  or Facebook.

About Marvel Custom Solutions
Custom Solutions is Marvel’s in-house creative agency that leverages all the greatest talent within Marvel Entertainment to create highly dynamic and compelling content and campaigns for global brands. Marvel Custom Solutions has the ability to deploy the work it creates through its robust print, digital, social and theatrical platforms, adding scale to the programs it creates.


About Marvel Entertainment
Marvel Entertainment, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company, is one of the world's most prominent character-based entertainment companies, built on a proven library of more than 8,000 characters featured in a variety of media over seventy years.  Marvel utilizes its character franchises in entertainment, licensing and publishing.  For more information visit marvel.com.  © MARVEL

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New Tekken 7 trailer straight from San Diego Comic-Con


New Tekken 7 trailer straight from San Diego Comic-Con


Following on from the stunning Tekken 7 announcement trailer, we are thrilled to bring you the latest trailer, straight from San Diego Comic-Con. This time we see more into the Mishima saga, with potentially deadly results.



Quantum Geek Comic Double Feature: The Shadow/The Mask (July 1994)

Yet another scorching day, and yet another brilliant addition to the old #throwbackthursday, welcome, geeks, to a special double feature from the Quantum Geek; nerdgenious.com's own retro movie review series!

Quantum Geek Comic Double Feature: The Shadow/The Mask

Comics, comics, comics. It seems that lately we have comic movie news coming out of our ears. This once humble art has truly never been so popular since the Dark Knight and The Avengers relentlessly buggered the movie box office into submission and became a domestic favourite. If I hadn't just been for a walk in this crazy jungle heat, I'd swear my arse was sore from all the news of Ant-Man, Man of Steel 2, Guardians of the Galaxy, Avengers 2 etc. being constantly prodded at me.

Twenty years ago, it was a completely different story. Comic adaptations weren't trying to be super-realistic back then, they were trying to literally sell the theatrics that comics were known for, and at a time when comics were relatively primative in comparison. Today, the Quantum Geek presents two features released in the same month. One of them I'm quite fond of, the other is getting my boot up it's bottom.

Alec Baldwin Shadow movie poster

One of July 1994's releases was the Alec Baldwin-led The Shadow, from when his minions weren't yet capable of recording his phone rants. I like Alec Baldwin. From that particular acting family, he's the least crazy, the most honest and he's also pretty funny. In the '90s, he was hot property, gaining popularity for bringing Jack Ryan to life in Tom Clancy's The Hunt for Red October, to starring in critically acclaimed fare like Glengarry Glen Ross and then having away with Kim Basinger. He was also pretty awesome in the remake of Walter Hill-written thriller The Getaway and Anthony Hopkins survival movie The Edge.

In The Shadow, old time radio play and comic book character Lamont Cranston is brought to life in 1930's New York City by Highlander director Russell Mulcahy (who is now better known for making shite films than he is for making Highlander). It has a Sam Raimi Darkman vibe to it, at least the character does, but this is a comic book superhero that has influenced many other popular characters. With the power of invisibility and the ability to cloud and manipulate mens minds (Jedi tricks right there), this is V for Vendetta meets The Untouchables, only with dual-wielded Colt 1911s, maniacal laughter and a big fat hint of the paranormal.

Alec Baldwin The Shadow twin Colt 1911 pistols

Arch enemy Shiwan Khan (John Lone, who dresses like a Mongol, as does his henchmen, and they all get away with it) has an atom bomb that he intends to use against the US as a means of ransom. Yep, an atom bomb in the '30s, who'da thunk it? With ally cabbie/chauffeur Moe Shrevnitz (the late great comedy and drama actor Peter Boyle) by his side, The Shadow punches and shoots and Jedi mind tricks his way around New York, while falling for classy dame Margo Lane. What the hell else do you need to know. It's full of magic, goons, guns and fisticuffs.

The Shadow is a mix of old time studio production and early CGI animation mixed with cartoon animation, but actually scores brownie points for doing that well without coming across as a bit "Roger Rabbit." The overall film has a good look and Baldwin is curiously good as Cranston. And I say curiously because makeup removes any notion of this being Alec Baldwin for the majority of the film. He himself looks like a goon for the most part, but pulls off that tricky little job. This helps when you have supports by other theatrical legends such as Tim Curry.

Rocky Horror Picture Show Frankenfurter actor Tim Curry in Highlander director Russell Mulcahy's The Shadow
"I'm just a sweet transvesti-" "NO!!!"
This isn't a clever film, but it's old pulp fiction brought to life during a decade when cinema wasn't quite sure of itself. It does well and it's definitely a saturday afternoon movie if anything. If you liked Sam Raimi's Darkman and if you liked Billy Zane's The Phantom, stick this on your watch list.



Now for a movie I really have a beef with. Maybe it's because recently I've felt the need to smack the lips off Jim Carrey's face, but my real problem with The Mask was that I was one of those comic book fans it flipped the bird at, with such flagrant disregard for the source material. With The Shadow, all they had to do was remain true to the essence of the character, at the least. With The Mask, what they did to Stanley Ipkiss was virtually like what WWE wrestler-turned-porn joke Chyna did with She-Hulk. They literally fucked with him, and therefore they fucked with readers of comics legends Dark Horse.

Anti-gun violence actor Jim Carrey in The Mask, a movie that makes comedy out of gun violence
"Oh, you faithful comic book fans, you're so generous and stupid."
Fresh from his stint as lovable moron Ace Ventura, Jim Carrey adapted his rubbery face and limb skills to the portrayal of downtrodden banker Ipkiss, who becomes embroiled in all sorts of troublesome shennanigans when the Nordic mask belonging to god of mischief Loki becomes attached to his face and turns him into an I don't know what the fuck, while rescuing pretty dancer Cameron Diaz from her mob boyfriend.

For those of you that read the comic and never saw the film. Do it, just don't spend money on it. For those of you that watched the film or not and never read the comic, Stanley Ipkiss becomes a homicidal raving lunatic monster when he puts the mask on and goes on the most insanely and comically violent rampage across the city, learning that he is invincible under the influence of the mask. It involves slaughtering droves of cops and criminal scumbags alike...

Original Stanley Ipkiss character in Dark Horse Comics' The Mask

Turning that into a cartoon parody hero isn't just like a precursor to Jim Carrey denouncing Kick-Ass 2 for its violence after starring in it, it's like turning the Punisher into a Hello Kitty character for a fucking Avengers appearance. If Carrey doesn't like violence in movies, he should stay the fuck out of those kinds of movies, not star in them so that they have to ruin it for his sake. Will Smith has a way of ruining great movies just like that with his need to promote endorsements, but even he doesn't ruin a great idea this much.

There are many likeable aspects about The Mask, of course. Peter Greene always makes for a great villain, though his grounded style is overwhelmed by Carrey's over the top cartoonisms. Peter Riegert (National Lampoon's Animal House) always made a great cop, like in The Runestone. Knowing about such movies before this, I kind of hoped they were going in a direction where he'd get to run around a police station with a Mac-10 while cops get slain left right and centre. Nah, this is a kids movie born of one of the most fun violent adult comics of all time. But there's Cameron Diaz...

Cameron Diaz boobs cleavage bent over

I know people are going to disagree with me, but whatever your favourite comics or novels may be, you'd understand if they were turned on their head to appease to the majority that never even read the damn things. It's fun for kids and fifteen year olds, but looking back, it's actually dumber to me now than it was two decades ago. Then there was Son of the Mask, and I really wished Jamie Kennedy had been murdered by Ghostface on the set of Scream 2. Talentless little twat!


There you have it, geeks. Enjoy the rest of the month and I will return once again in August with more classics from the past!

-Dan Ashley

Simpolitics: Kiss My Broke Ass!

Welcome to a long-overdue edition of Simpolitics. It's been a while. There's been a lot I could have written about over the last couple of months. So much in fact that I think I would have had to give up on life in order to report on them. Today I am back with a cause that is very close to my heart!

I'm British. Here in the UK we have a Prime Minister who loves to preach austerity to those in extreme poverty while making sure that the rich stay rich and keep getting richer. He's a prick! While the European Union heavily criticises the underhanded tactics of the government as they try to be done with social responsibility, those in poverty are stepped on by high society - in the streets and all over the media, especially by the likes of the high and mighty trollop that is Katie Hopkins - before they look down to see what they just stepped in.

I'm very passionate about extreme poverty and extreme wealth, not to mention the one-sided battle that rages in between as politicians laugh and remind us that we don't have rights, that we have privileges, and that we certainly don't all have rights to privileges. So naturally, my attention is most often focused on happenings across the pond in the good ol' US of A.

Who wants a fight? No, seriously, who wants to get fucked up?

Simpolitics fights back against the verbally cocky one percent.

Classic rock band KISS were only recently inducted into the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame. Along with that event came much controversy. I can't see why. They fucking rock. Or at least they used to. But aside from producing some of the greatest music of the '70s, they're known for other things, like having more merchandise than Star Wars, Gene Simmons trying to be an actor, Gene Simmons marrying a Playboy model who's a better actor than he is, Gene Simmons having a geriatric sex tape, Gene Simmons having a TV show, Gene Simmons, Gene Simmons, Gene Simmons...

There's one thing I always agreed on with Gene Simmons, though. All rock bands set out to sell out, otherwise there isn't much point (other than the love of the craft, which without there is no soul to your music). You just don't have to be an arrogant prick about it, right? And there's only so much you need, right?

Monty Python's Terry Jones on the wealthy fat cat
Apparently not...
Simmons, one of the one percent of the world's wealthiest people, now believes that poor people owe him!

In a recent interview, the poodle-permed melty-faced rock star traitor stated: "The one percent pays 80 percent of all taxes. 50 percent of the population of the US pays no taxes. The one percent provides all the jobs for everybody else. If the one percent didn't exist there would be chaos and the economy would drop dead. Try being nice to rich people. I don't remember the last poor person who gave me a job!"

Understandably, many of you may see sense in what Simmons says. After all, what are taxes to the world's one percent when it comes to maintaining a country without free healthcare and whose political influence and military industry currently relies on returning favours because capitalism isn't working out quite the way they expected? It must hardly be water off a duck's arse for somebody who hasn't known poverty for over forty years and who knows no limits when it comes to stamping his band's name on every piece of shit imaginable.

Gene Simmons KISS perfume

There's a reason the one percent pays 80% of all taxes in America though, and that's because 50 percent of the population is broke-ass poor. You don't remember the last time a poor guy gave you a job? That's because you're privileged. That's also because you didn't want to work for a living. You wanted to be a sell-out rock star from the beginning. But if you're so fucking ignorant that you don't even remember the last time you stepped inside a convenience store, they're not run by wealthy people, at least not in the UK, and taking a look at the Rust Belt (and the UK's own situation with secondary industry), the only industry keeping the US afloat is tertiary/retail and finance. Both of those are using each other for crutches as it is.

I could understand how much it would cost to own or rent a store or a piece of a strip mall, and a man might make the money to maintain that, but he surely doesn't go home wealthy, and America is the land of strip malls. Here is a recent chart of approximately how much money is in circulation in the US right now and you may notice something's off...

Staggering proportions of poverty as the wealthy own everything

A fifth of the population isn't making money at all, in fact they're constantly in debt. Being unemployed isn't always a case of not wanting to work, unlike Gene Simmons. People like Simmons need to get that out of their thick skulls. If America's money is in THEIR pocket, then it isn't in circulation.  And if it isn't in circulation, then no poor guy is getting paid unless he's getting the bare minimum to survive on welfare.

If you're not directly giving a poor guy a job, then how is he benefiting from you? Living the dream in Hollywood, fancy cars and fine dining doesn't help the poor. The fraction of your wealth that you DO spend only goes to the fellow rich as the middle class struggle not to follow the mudslide into poverty. When's the last time you even earned the national minimum wage, Simmons? Have you ever been taxed from that alone? It makes a huge difference having to pay taxes when you're earning a pittance.

The one percent and those close behind are the reason that half of the US is in poverty, because even if they want to work, there is no money left to earn once the middle class have earned their cut. What are they supposed to do? Split it between them? You, Simmons, have a social responsibility beyond the minimum taxes you shell out to serve your government in trying to fix the shit you're causing. 


IT'S ALL IN YOUR POCKETS, SIMMONS!

And if the one percent didn't exist, there would be chaos alright. People wouldn't know what hit them. All this money suddenly flying around, an economy restored to full wealth virtually overnight. That's the kind of shit people dream of as they put a lien on their home, or as they sell their car to pay the electricity bill. Instead they all head for the nearest lottery machine in the hopes that they too can be ignorant to the real problem, just like you. But the real problem is you, and you know it.

No, instead, let's imagine that the other 99 percent disappeared over night. What would your money be worth then? How would you survive without people scrambling to take your money just so they can afford to live? What then, oh great one from the planet Moron?!

Classic KISS band tour photography

Once upon a time, you embodied the American Dream, even before the likes of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Steve Jobs. You had opportunities in every direction when what you did was original, but you haven't contributed to a decent album in over thirty years and now you have all this wealth and swagger, but you have the style of a grandma that refuses to believe she's gotten old, covered in mink fur and lavender oil to disguise the stench of piss and the stale hot air of your rotted intellect. That's what having so much money does to people. It gives them the incentive to give up on life and to fester in the drama of having nothing to care about.

Poor people don't owe you; not in America, nor anywhere else on this planet!

-Dan Ashley

BANDAI NAMCO Games Europe SAS Confirms TEKKEN 7 Project Announcement at EVO Championship Series 2014


BANDAI NAMCO Games Europe SAS Confirms TEKKEN 7 Project Announcement at EVO Championship Series 2014



GET READY FOR THE NEXT BATTLE! BANDAI NAMCO Games Europe SAS today officially acknowledges the development of the next chapter in the popular TEKKEN fighting game franchise. Over the weekend at this year’s EVO Championship Series event held in Las Vegas Nevada, TEKKEN series Director/Chief Producer Katsuhiro Harada announced his latest project with a teaser video for TEKKEN 7 (working title) which will be powered by the UNREAL 4 engine. 

More details and information pertaining to the project will be shared at this year’s San Diego Comic Con at the BANDAI NAMCO Fighting Game Panel.

TALES OF XILLIA 2 - ALVIN (ALFRED VINT SVENT) AND ELIZE LUTUS & TEEPO CHARACTER INTRODUCTION



ALVIN (ALFRED VINT SVENT) AND ELIZE LUTUS & TEEPO CHARACTER INTRODUCTION


BANDAI NAMCO Games Europe is proud to focus on two TALES OF XILLIA 2 protagonists:
·         Once a spy, the confident and brash Alvin has turned over a new leaf and struggles to lead a simple, honest life as a salesman. With his friend Yurgen, they forge a partnership in a business enterprise together… but as Alvin soon learns, there’s nothing easy about living an honest life. Will he remain true to the straight and narrow path he has chosen? Or will his shady past inevitably catch up with him?



The Tales of Xillia 2 – Day 1 Edition can be pre-ordered by clicking the following retailer links.


 
 
 
 
 
TALES OF XILLIA 2 will be available on August 22, 2014 for European and Australasian territories exclusively for the PlayStation 3 system.  For more information regarding TALES OF XILLIA 2 and the TALES OF franchise please visit TalesOfGame.com, www.Facebook.com/Tales, www.twitter.com/TalesofU. For more information about BANDAI NAMCO Games full line-up, please visit: www.BandaiNamcoGames.com.