Game Crunch - 120 - News Pocket
This week on Game Crunch: Shadows of the Damned be damned! Our playthrough had to be delayed (as well as the Game Debate) but don't let that ruin your fun! The Game Debate crew found themselves still with plenty to talk about! Nick is still keeping it real with Destiny. Brandon checked out some big new releases this week with SOMA and Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer. Then Mike is still on his StarCraft II kick. This time playing through the original StarCraft and Brood War campaign redone by fans in the StarCraft II engine called StarCraft: Mass Recall! If that wasn't enough there is even talk about the unlikely Vita successor (and how it is kind of actually Sony's fault), a possible voice actor strike and more!
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Partnership Quantum Entanglement Entertainment, Inc. and Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics Partner toA collaborative new partnership between Quantum Entanglement Entertainment, Inc. and Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics will bring leading-edge science to the mainstream in films, TV programs and video games.
Perimeter Institute will serve as a scientific advisor for projects produced by Quantum Entanglement Entertainment, ensuring the projects convey concepts at the forefront of physics research in ways that are accurate, engaging, and immersive.
“We cannot imagine a better partner to advise us than Perimeter Institute,” said Denis Dyack, Chief Creative Officer of Quantum Entanglement Entertainment. “The physics concepts explored by Perimeter scientists – black holes, quantum mechanics, the big bang – are fascinating and lend themselves perfectly to the types of projects we create. It has been said that ‘science is magic that works,’ and we’re excited to make magic with Perimeter.”
“The partnership is perfectly in-tune with Perimeter’s...
We created a dedicated #GamerGate Forum for those to express their views on the subject. #GamerGate is not going away any time soon and we welcome discussions here.
As we said before early on in #GamerGate:
For those who follow #GamerGate, we wanted to everyone know that we encourage discussion on this topic in our forums - we have community members on both sides of this debate here and have seen civil and thoughtful discussion.
This is inspired by the #CantWhackTheDyack thread by Phil - which I am confident @Phil Haymes will add this to the thread. . I sure had a hell of a lot fun on twitter during the #DyackInterview explosion over twitter last weekend so I thought it would be fun add some of what I thought was best twitter posts.
Feel free to add yours!
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