Thursday, August 21, 2014
 
 
by Clip Syndicate
For a generation of gamers, GoldenEye 007 needs no introduction. Developer Rare's 1997 first-person shooter for the Nintendo 64 counts The Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon among its devotees. When Pierce Brosnan, the actor who portrayed James Bond in GoldenEye and its video game counterpart, appeared this week on the late night talk show, Fallon took the opportunity to queue   [READ MORE]
 
 
 
Microsoft is still listening to fans when it comes to adding features to the Xbox One – a new update which will begin rolling out to people in the early access program this month adds a number of top requests, including media playback from USB or DLNA that will support a bunch of new file formats, including mpeg 2 TS and MKVs. The One will also gain the ability to stream TV on a local network to smartphones and tablets running the Xbox SmartGlass app.   [READ MORE]
 
Along with a storied career as an actor and comedian, Robin Williams was a big fan of video games. The developers of one of his favorite video games, World of Warcraft, will pay tribute to Williams' by featuring a character inspired by him inside the massively multiplayer online universe. The Associated Press reports WoW creators Blizzard Entertainment are exploring ways to add Williams to the game.   [READ MORE]
 
Along with a storied career as an actor and comedian, Robin Williams was a big fan of video games. The developers of one of his favorite video games, World of Warcraft, will pay tribute to Williams' by featuring a character inspired by him inside the massively multiplayer online universe. The Associated Press reports WoW creators Blizzard Entertainment are exploring ways to add Williams to the game.   [READ MORE]
 
The Night Trap Kickstarter soap opera took another twist yesterday, with organizer Tom Zito lashing out at Nintendo in a lengthy update, while pledging to apply to that same company for a Wii U release of the game, as a potential stretch goal. Zito's blog post recounts his animosity towards Nintendo due to an episode 20 years ago, when the original Night Trap, a schlocky horror game, was the subject of media and federal scrutiny into the game industry. Night Trap was subsequently withdrawn from sale.

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The Night Trap Kickstarter soap opera took another twist yesterday, with organizer Tom Zito lashing out at Nintendo in a lengthy update, while pledging to apply to that same company for a Wii U release of the game, as a potential stretch goal. Zito's blog post recounts his animosity towards Nintendo due to an episode 20 years ago, when the original Night Trap, a schlocky horror game, was the subject of media and federal scrutiny into the game industry. Night Trap was subsequently withdrawn from sale.

   [READ MORE]
 
The Night Trap Kickstarter soap opera took another twist yesterday, with organizer Tom Zito lashing out at Nintendo in a lengthy update, while pledging to apply to that same company for a Wii U release of the game, as a potential stretch goal. Zito's blog post recounts his animosity towards Nintendo due to an episode 20 years ago, when the original Night Trap, a schlocky horror game, was the subject of media and federal scrutiny into the game industry. Night Trap was subsequently withdrawn from sale.

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