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Players probe the code of Aliens: Colonial Marines, find some fixes

Maybe when the industry and players panned Aliens: Colonial Marines for being a hot mess , it was only because we all approached it from the wrong angle.

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Super Joystiq Podcast 039 Live: Aliens Colonial Marines, Kentucky Route Zero

This whole “live Joystiq podcast” thing is really a ruse so we don’t have to spend Valentine’s Day alone this year. Looks like the jig is up, but don’t be mad, baby. We have plenty of legitimate (and not-so-legitimate) games to talk about

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Steam for Linux sale: Amnesia, FTL, TF2, Sword and Sworcery, more

Steam for Linux is live and celebrating its own existence with some cartoon cake and a week-long, half-off sale on Linux games.

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Thirty Flights of Loving dev reveals hacking game Quadrilateral Cowboy

Blendo Games, the mix masters behind Thirty Flights of Loving , are cracking into the retro indie era with Quadrilateral Cowboy , a game about 20th century cyberpunk hacking due out this year. Quadrilateral Cowboy involves sneaky sabotage, tiny cameras with legs and a train of some kind, as demonstrated in the above video

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Thirty Flights of Loving dev reveals hacking game Quadrilateral Cowboy

Blendo Games, the mix masters behind Thirty Flights of Loving , are cracking into the retro indie era with Quadrilateral Cowboy , a game about 20th century cyberpunk hacking due out this year. Quadrilateral Cowboy involves sneaky sabotage, tiny cameras with legs and a train of some kind, as demonstrated in the above video. Blendo provides a few more details in its description: “Hacking.

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Antichamber: How a game of impossible spaces came together

In 2009, Alexander Bruce took a week off from his university studies in Australia to fly to Tokyo and present his Unreal Tournament 3 mod, Hazard: The Journey of Life , at Tokyo Game Show’s experimental games summit, Sense of Wonder Night. It was his first official recognition as a developer and Hazard was still a hobby project, something Bruce had worked on in his spare time over the previous six months, based off prototypes he’d messed around with since 2006. In the years following Sense of Wonder Night 2009, Bruce’s updated, full-game version of Hazard – now called Antichamber – won more than 20 honors, including the award for Technical Excellence at the Independent Games Festival 2012

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AC3 Tyranny of King Washington DLC takes the throne on Feb. 19

The first episode in the Tyranny of King Washington DLC pack for Assassin’s Creed 3 takes control on February 19 for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. The Tyranny of King Washington is a three-part alternate history exploring President George Washington’s more ambitious, dictatorial side. This first episode, called ‘The Infamy,’ introduces Connor as he wakes up to find that George Washington has been crowned king of the United States.

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The Joystiq Indie Pitch: Potatoman Seeks the Troof

Indie developers are the starving artists of the video-game world, often brilliant and innovative, but also misunderstood, underfunded and more prone to writing free-form poetry on their LiveJournals. We believe they deserve a wider audience with the Joystiq Indie Pitch: This week, Pixeljam co-founder Miles Tilmann discusses the philosophy behind Potatoman Seeks the Troof , which we learned about through this intense trailer .

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PS2 horror classic Siren scares up a PSN launch on Tuesday

Classic PS2 horror game Siren is making a comeback on PSN this Tuesday, January 15. Ten years after its launch, Siren revisits the village of Hanuda and its occult natives to reclaim its title of “Japanese Modern Horror,” as former executive producer Takafumi Fujisawa describes it. PS2 horror classic Siren scares up a PSN launch on Tuesday originally appeared on Joystiq on Thu, 10 Jan 2013 20:30:00 EST

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The Joystiq Indie Pitch: Ravaged

Indie developers are the starving artists of the video-game world, often brilliant and innovative, but also misunderstood, underfunded and more prone to writing free-form poetry on their LiveJournals. We believe they deserve a wider audience with the Joystiq Indie Pitch: This week, 2 Dawn Games’ Carsten Boserup talks crowdfunding and indie publishing with his Steam game (now on sale!), Ravaged .

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