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Summer Games Done Quick 2018 Schedule Released‎

The programming schedule for Summer Games Done Quick, the annual speedrunning event that runs through games quickly for charity, has been released. This year, the event begins with Banjo-Tooie on Sunday, June 24 and ends with Final Fantasy VI as the closer on June 30. In the middle, you'll find things like Pikmin 3, Getting Over It with Bennett Foddy, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Contra: Shattered Soldier, Castlevania, Cuphead, Prey, Divinity: Original Sin II, Undertale, Super Mario Maker, and way, way more. You can find the full schedule here for when you need to ask for time off because you're coincidentally very sick during the Mega Man block and can't come in to work. SGDQ 2018 will be raising money this year for Doctors without Borders, an international medical humanitarian organization that provides healthcare regardless of geographic or political circumstances. Our TakeThe long RPG blocks never really do much for me, but there's a lot on this schedule I'm really eager to see. The Pokemon Yellow/Red one should be really interesting, as it seems to be one player controlling both games simultaneously with one controller.

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Zamasu Confirmed As DLC For Dragon Ball FighterZ‎

Following an earlier report that the next Dragon Ball FighterZ character would be Merged Zamasu, Bandai Namco has confirmed the alternate-future villain will be arriving as simply Zamasu. The Dragon Ball Super character was the primary antagonist of the future Trunks saga with a power that was literally incomprehensible by the people present. Zamasu would be the furthest character in the Dragon Ball Super story to appear in Dragon Ball FighterZ as a playable fighter so far. Revere Him! Praise Him! He's coming soon to #DRAGONBALLFighterZ. See more screenshots here: https://t.co/l44pEyl4km pic.twitter.com/giz3a4H1hz — Bandai Namco US (@BandaiNamcoUS) April 23, 2018 It is hard to get a grip on his fighting style just from the screenshots, but most shots indicate a focus on beam attacks and zoning. The two available DLC characters, Bardock and Brolly, focus on fast movement and slow super-armor attacks respectively. It's also not known yet when Zamasu would be available, but Bandai Namco's Twitter account simply says "Soon" when pressed for a date. Dragon Ball FighterZ's season pass is $35 with the two released DLC characters selling for $5 each. Our TakeSeason 1 seems limited by when development on DLC characters started, as there are a number of Super and specifically Tournament of Power characters I'd rather have than Zamasu. Hopefully he will be fun to play, though, as a strong zoning character would definitely have some advantages.

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Report: Quantic Dream Suing French Media Over Articles About Toxic Work Conditions‎

Quantic Dream, the developer behind the upcoming Detroit: Become Human, was accused earlier this year of toxic work conditions at its studio that included homophobic, sexist, and racist behavior. These reports came to light through a series of articles from French publications. Despite Quantic Dream's CEO and founder David Cage adamantly denying the allegations, the news quickly spread across media worldwide, with Le Monde journalist William Audureau saying he had been "blacklisted" by Sony for his coverage on the subject. Now, several months later, a report from Kotaku says that Cage and his studio are suing French outlets Le Monde and Mediapart who put together these articles. Kotaku journalist Jason Schreier says he learnt about the lawsuit in an "unusual fashion," when he happened to be in Paris at the same time this was unfolding. He was supposed to meet with Audureau, but was then told the meeting had to be rescheduled because Audureau was "caught up in court." Despite Schreier's publisher not knowing the details, one of Sony's PR handlers let it slip when another Kotaku reporter questioned them about it. "We are suing their journalists," Sony PR said, according to Kotaku. When Kotaku caught up with Audureau finally, he confirmed the lawsuit but didn't elaborate much. “The story has been written sincerely, following a well-documented, thorough investigation, respectful of the principle that both sides must be heard,” Audureau told Kotaku. “We stick with our information." A third French media outlet, Canard PC, which collaborated with Le Monde and Mediapart for the story is not being sued. A month after these allegations were made public, Quantic Dream called it a "smear campaign" and that legal action was underway. The first court hearing will occur in June. We've reached out to Sony and will update this article should we hear back. [Source: Kotaku] Our TakeIn court, these French outlets will have to prove that their reporting was fair. These legal matters, however, often take time to reach a resolution. It's up to the judge to decide if the evidence and employee accounts used in these articles are accurate and portrayed in good faith, rather than for a smear campaign.

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Demo For Detroit: Become Human Drops Tomorrow‎

After giving the press extensive hands-on time with the game (you can read our thoughts here), fans are also getting the chance to play Detroit: Become Human. Starting tomorrow, April 24, a demo will be available on the PlayStation 4. Detroit: Become Human is the newest game from David Cage and his team at Quantic Dream, best known story-focused games involving choice, such as Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls. The demo focuses on a chapter we saw in our hands-on time called “Hostage.” In this scene, you play as Connor, an android programmed to hunt down disobedient androids, which are on the rise. You must figure out how to defuse an intense hostage situation by searching for clues and making dialogue choices. We won’t spoil anything so you can see how the situation plays out for yourself. Detroit: Become Human launches on May 25 for PS4.

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Update: Housemarque Announces Multiplayer Action Game Stormdivers‎

Update: Developer Housemarque has given out a couple more details about its newly announced Stormdivers title. In an email the company says, Our newest title will still remain in a slight shroud of mystery, but we can say that it will be a high-flying and heavy hitting, multiplayer-centric experience. It will be the first title that we treat as an on-going service, this also means that there are ways to get to play it earlier and we'd love to develop it further with a feedback loop in mind. Original Story A few months ago, Housemarque announced it was leaving the old-school arcade shooters behind it made its name on behind due to poor sales. Today the company has announced the first game of its post-arcade shooter era: Stormdivers. The teaser trailer below doesn't show the game in action, unfortunately. We get glimpses of a forested area populated by human encampments with a hint of futuristic tech (look at that crate!), a bolt of thunder, and fireballs seemingly pushing back against heavy winds. Housemarque describes Stormdivers as a "High flying and heavy hitting multiplayer centric experience." Will it be a third-person shooter? Fighting game? Battle Royale? For now we can only guess. No platform or release date was announced. (Please visit the site to view this media)

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