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The Witness trailer requires your corroboration

From the mind that made you tear your hair out at slow-moving clouds, The Witness looks a bright, colorful, and serene prospect in this trailer from last night’s PS4 reveal. After gawking at Braid ‘s darker side, we know better than to assume a Jon Blow game is all cuddles and rainbows. The Witness trailer requires your corroboration originally appeared on Joystiq on Thu, 21 Feb 2013 12:15:00 EST

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Watch Joystiq and Engadget discuss the newly-announced PlayStation 4 [Update: Live show is over!]

Update: The live stream of the PlayStation 4 post-game show is over. Stay tuned for a replay of the discussion, coming shortly. Well, it’s official Sony has introduced the gaming world to its next home console, unsurprisingly called the PlayStation 4

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Newell on reported layoffs: Valve isn’t canceling any projects

Valve co-founder Gabe Newell provided Engadget a comment regarding today’s reports of layoffs at his company , confirming that Valve saw some changes recently, but not specifying any job losses. “We don’t usually talk about personnel matters for a number of reasons,” Newell said. “There seems to be an unusual amount of speculation about some recent changes here, so I thought I’d take the unusual step of addressing them

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Pretend you were there with all of these DICE 2013 presentation videos

DICE 2013 is over and done with, but through the magic of AV recording and the internet, most of the presentations are available online. The only major address that’s not on YouTube is the introductory discussion between Valve’s Gabe Newell and director JJ Abrams, but we all know how that thing went down . Engadget has a one-stop shop for all of the DICE 2013 talks you may have missed, including Supergiant Games’ Amir Rao on multiplatformism, Quantic Dream’s David Cage with “The Peter Pan Syndrome: The Industry that Refused to Grow Up,” Ouya’s Julie Uhrman, former Junction Point head Warren Spector, Jenova Chen of thatgamecompany with an emotional presentation, BioWare co-founder Ray Muzyka, Telltale Games’ Dan Connors with some Walking Dead wisdom, and more

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Indie developers discuss the Ouya experience thus far

With Ouya developer kits now out in the wild , our friends at Engadget decided to see what developers think of them so far. Nathan Fouts of Mommy’s Best Games praises the system for its open development system. As an example, he noted the “brutal” certification process Mommy’s Best had to overcome in order release Serious Sam Double D XXL on Xbox Live Arcade

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Neo Geo X production to continue, more games/peripherals on the way

This week’s reports that Japanese Neo Geo X production had come to a halt are only somewhat correct, Engadget has learned.

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Audojo is a twin-stick iPad case on Kickstarter

Audojo is the latest hopeful in the burgeoning “aftermarket physical interfaces for touchscreen devices” sector of the gaming world, adding two analog sticks, two triggers and a pair of external speakers to any iPad model 2 or newer.

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Weekly Webcomic Wrapup is on a bye

If you’re a football fan devoted to one team like I am, you know that bye weeks suck . It’s the one week every season in which I don’t get to see my beloved Packers play

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Mass. removes violent games from turnpike rest stops

In response to a complaint and the events in Newtown, Connecticut, the state of Massachusetts has removed nine violent games from rest plazas controlled by the state. The service plazas affected were in Charlton, Ludlow, Lee and Beverly. If you’re curious, the Mass.

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Sumioni: Demon Arts on Vita in Europe Jan. 15

Ten months after its US debut, XSEED will release Vita action game Sumioni: Demon Arts in Europe on January 16. It’ll be released exclusively on the PlayStation Store for €9.99/£7.99. Sumioni is a side-scroller starring the demon Agura, who has the Okami-like power to pause action and alter the world with a mystical paintbrush

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