Humanoid robot video that terrified the internet isn't real

FO4 [Request] Retexture 2nd gen synths to look like the robots from the Adam Unity engine tech demo

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=GXI0l3yqBrA
Maybe also make the outfits the guards are wearing aswell
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Alzadick: Summer Carnival `92
Amaekata wa Kanojo Nari ni.
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Animal Soccer World
Animal Yokochou: Doki Doki Kyuushutsu Daisakusen! no Maki
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Animaniacs
Animaniacs Ten Pin Alley
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Animetic Story Game 1: Card Captor Sakura
Animorphs
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Annet Futatabi
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Anpanman Niko Niko Party
Anpanman to Asobo: ABC Kyoushitsu
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Anpfiff: Der RTL Fussball-Manager
Ansatsu Kyoushitsu: Assassin Ikusei Keikaku!!
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Ant Nation
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Anticipation
Antiphona no Seikahime: Tenshi no Score Op.A
Antz
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Anubis II
Ao Zora to Nakama Tachi: Yume no Bouken
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Ao no 6-gou: Antarctica
Ao no Exorcist: Genkoku no Labyrinth
Ao no Kanata no Four Rhythm
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Ao-Don DS: Hanabi no Goku & Hanabi no Takumi
Aoi Hagane no Kihei: Space Griffon
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Aoi Sora no Neosphere: Nanoca Flanka Hatsumei Koubouki 2
Aoi Umi no Tristia Portable: Nanoca Flanka Hatsumei Koubouki
Aoi Umi no Tristia: 10th Anniversary Memorial Pack
Aoi Umi no Tristia: Nanoca Flanka Hatsumei Koubouki
Aoi no Mamade...
Aoishiro
Aoki Densetsu Shoot!
Aoki Kakumeki no Valkyria
Aoki Ookami to Shiroki Mejika: Genchou Hishi
Apache: Air Assault
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Ape Escape
Ape Escape 2
Ape Escape 3
Ape Escape Academy
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Apocalypse
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Appleseed
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Aqua Aqua
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AquaLife
AquaNox: The Angel's Tears
AquaPazza: AquaPlus Dream Match
AquaZone
AquaZone Option Disk Series 1: Angel Fish
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AquaZone: Desktop Life
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Aquaman: Battle for Atlantis
Aquanaut no Kyuujitsu 2
Aquanaut no Kyuujitsu: Memories of Summer 1996
Aquanaut's Holiday
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Aquarian Age: Tokyo Wars
Aquarium by DS
Ar nosurge Plus: Ode to an Unborn Star
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Ar tonelico II: Melody of Metafalica
Ar tonelico Qoga: Knell of Ar Ciel
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Arabian Nights
Arabians Doubt
Arabians Lost
Arabians Lost & Doubt Twin Pack
Aragami
Araiguma Rascal: Raccoon Rascal
Arashi no Yoruni
Arasuji de Kitaeru Sokumimi no Susume DS
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Arc Arena
Arc Rise Fantasia
Arc the Lad
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Arc the Lad: End of Darkness
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Arcade 3D
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Arcade Classic No. 4: Defender / Joust
Arcade Classic Shuu
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Arcade Hits: Moon Cresta
Arcade Hits: Raiden
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Arcana
Arcana Famiglia 2
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Arcana Heart
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Arch Rivals
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Archer MacLean's Super Dropzone
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Archon
Arcobaleno!
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Arctic
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Arcus 1-2-3
Arcus Odyssey
Ardy Lightfoot
Are You Alice?
Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader?
Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader: Make the Grade
Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? Back to School
Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? Make the Grade
Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader?
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Are! Mo Kore? Mo Momotarou
Area 51
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Aretha
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Ark of Time
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Armored Core V
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Armored Core: Last Raven
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Arms
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Army Men
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Arnold Palmer Tournament Golf
Around The World in 50 Games
Around the World in 80 Days
Arrow Flash
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Arslan: The Warriors of Legend
Art Academy
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Artelius
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Arthur! Ready to Race
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Artillery Duel
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Arubarea no Otome ~Uruwashi no Seishikitachi~
Arx Fatalis
Asahi Shinbun Rensai Katou Hifumi Kudan Shogi Shingiryuu
Asaki, Yumemishi
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Ashen
Ashes Cricket 2009
Ashita no Joe
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Asmik-Kun Land
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Asoberu Eigo: Word Magic DS
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Ason de Chinou Up
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Asonde Aiueo
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Asphalt 3D
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Aspic: Mahebiou no Noroi
Assassin's Creed
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Assault
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Atama ga Yoku Naru - The Me no Training
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Atari Anniversary Advance
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Atari Anthology
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Ax Battler: A Legend of Golden Axe
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8.18.2020 Indie World Showcase MegaThread

8.18.2020 Indie World Showcase MegaThread

Please use this thread for all pre-event hype and speculation, as well as post-event thoughts reactions.

Watch & Discuss

This event has ended.

Recap of announcements

Today, Nintendo released a new Indie World video showcasing a wide variety of indie games coming to the Nintendo Switch system this year and next. Highlights of the video include rogue-like dungeon crawler Hades, card-trick adventure game Card Shark and Raji: An Ancient Epic, an action-adventure game inspired by Hindu and Balinese mythology that launches for Nintendo Switch later today.
The video also revealed a free two-player update for Untitled Goose Game that is headed to the slapstick-stealth-sandbox game on Sept. 23.
“The vast library of inspired indie games on Nintendo Switch is about to get even bigger,” said Steve Singer, Nintendo of America’s Senior Vice President of Publisher and Developer Relations. “Thanks to the independent developers from around the world who have found their home on Nintendo Switch, the system continues to be a place where fans can enjoy an expanding and diverse library of indie games anytime and anywhere.”
To view the Indie World video in its entirety, visit https://indieworld.nintendo.com/. Some of the highlights revealed in the video include:
  • Hades from Supergiant Games: Hades is a god-like, rogue-like dungeon crawler that combines the best aspects of Supergiant’s critically acclaimed titles, from the fast-paced action of Bastion to the rich atmosphere and depth of Transistor. As the immortal Prince of the Underworld, players will wield the powers and mythic weapons of Olympus to break free from the clutches of the infamous god of the dead himself, while growing stronger and unraveling more of the story. Thousands of viable character builds and a fully voiced cast of colorful, larger-than-life characters ensure each and every escape attempt through the ever-shifting Underworld is unique. Hades will feature cross-saves with the PC version when the game comes to Nintendo Switch this fall. (Each version sold separately.)
  • Raji: An Ancient Epic from Nodding Heads Games / Super.com: This intense action-adventure game is set in ancient India and inspired by Hindu and Balinese mythology. A young girl, chosen by the gods, stands against the demonic invasion of the human realm. Her destiny: Rescue her younger brother and face the mighty demon lord. Players will experience fluid combat and parkour while mastering divine weapons. Raji: An Ancient Epic launches later today on Nintendo Switch as a timed console exclusive.
  • Spiritfarer from Thunder Lotus: As the Spiritfarer Stella, help the spirits of the deceased make their way into the afterlife by transporting them across the seas on a hand-crafted ferry. In this cozy management game featuring hand-drawn art and animations, players will befriend passengers, customize and improve their ferry and explore an imaginative world – or just go wherever the wind takes them. Spiritfarer makes its maiden voyage on Nintendo Switch later today.
  • Untitled Goose Game from House House / Panic: What could be more troublesome than a horrible goose? Two horrible geese! A free two-player update for the popular slapstick-stealth-sandbox game will be available starting on Sept. 23. Untitled Goose Game will also be getting a physical release on Nintendo Switch, with more information revealed in the future. A Q&A with the developers of Untitled Goose Game will be hosted on the Indie World Twitter account on Aug. 20 from 1 to 2 p.m. PT.
  • A Short Hike from Adam Robinson-Yu / Whippoorwill: Hike, climb and soar through the peaceful mountainside landscapes of Hawk Peak Provincial Park. A Short Hike is a game about players taking things at their own pace, choosing their own path and seeing where it leads them. Along the way, players will meet other hikers, discover hidden treasures and enjoy the beauty of the world. A Short Hike launches later today on Nintendo Switch as a timed console exclusive.
  • Torchlight III from Perfect World Entertainment / Echtra Games, Inc.: Torchlight III is the light-hearted and fast-paced dungeon crawler sequel to the critically acclaimed action-RPG Torchlight II. In Torchlight III, it’s been a century since the events of Torchlight II, in which the great heroes of old defeated The Dark Alchemist. Now, Novastraia is threatened by invasion once again, and players must venture forth to defend the land against the evil Netherim and its allies. Torchlight III features all of Torchlight’s signature gameplay mechanics, including satisfying hack-and-slash combat, epic loot drops and, of course, the beloved pet system that captured the hearts of ARPG fans. This grand adventure also introduces new features, including fully customizable forts, unique Relic skills and a new end-game experience. Torchlight III will launch for Nintendo Switch this fall with an exclusive Red Fairy pet.
  • Takeshi and Hiroshi from Oink Games Inc.: The worlds of stop-motion animation and RPGs combine in Takeshi and Hiroshi. As 14-year-old aspiring game designer Takeshi, the player’s goal is to entertain their little brother Hiroshi with the latest chapter of their game. Takeshi needs to improvise: While it’s his goal to let Hiroshi meet big challenges, he also wants to prevent him from losing. Takeshi and Hiroshi launches on Nintendo Switch later today.
  • Hypnospace Outlaw from Tendershoot / Mike Lasch / ThatWhichIs Media / Xalavier Nelson Jr. / No More Robots: In this ’90s internet simulator, players will scour a wide variety of websites, add useful downloads to their desktop, dodge computer viruses and hunt down virtual villains as an Enforcer in the Hypnospace Patrol Department. Hypnospace Outlaw launches for Nintendo Switch on Aug. 27. The game will be available for pre-order in Nintendo eShop later today, with a free demo version also available to download.
  • Card Shark from Nerial / Devolver Digital: Players will fleece and cheat their way to the top of 18th century French society in Card Shark, a stylishly illustrated adventure game that is all about playing your cards right. On their journey from table to table, players will need to build their repertoire of card tricks and carefully manage their ill-gotten gains as the stakes rise ever higher. But players must be cautious – if cheating is exposed, they’ll be gambling with their life. Card Shark arrives on Nintendo Switch in 2021.
  • Manifold Garden from William Chyr Studio LLC: Set foot in a beautiful world filled with mind-bending puzzles in Manifold Garden, a game that reimagines the laws of physics. Geometry repeats infinitely in every direction, and falling down leads players back to where they started. In order to progress, players need to manipulate gravity to change their perspective and see the world in new ways. Manifold Garden launches on Nintendo Switch later today.
  • Subnautica and Subnautica: Below Zero from Unknown Worlds Entertainment: In Subnautica, players discover the depths of a vast alien underwater world by collecting resources, crafting underwater structures and outsmarting wildlife to uncover the mystery of the planet they crash-landed on. For explorers seeking a frozen adventure, the sequel Subnautica: Below Zero will have divers trying to survive the icy biomes of planet 4546B. Subnautica and Subnautica: Below Zero will both launch on Nintendo Switch in 2021.
  • Garden Story from Picogram / Rose City Games: Garden Story invites players into a wholesome and delightful world where they’ll rebuild the community as Concord, the newly appointed Guardian of the Grove. Traverse a vibrant island to combat invasive Rot, cultivate fruity friendships, gather precious resources, restore buildings and rebuild your home. Garden Story will bloom on Nintendo Switch in 2021. Evergate from Stone Lantern Games / PQube Limited: Evergate is a dream-like 2D puzzle-platformer set in the afterlife, in which players control Ki, a child-like spirit on a journey through life, death, space and time. The innovative Soulflame mechanic grants the power to slow down time, and gives players great flexibility in how they choose to navigate this beautiful yet haunting world. Evergate launches on Nintendo Switch later today.
  • Bear and Breakfast from Gummy Cat Studio / Armor Games Studios: In Bear and Breakfast, a laid-back management adventure game, players take on the role of Hank, a well-meaning bear trying to turn an abandoned shack into a successful B&B. As the business expands, so do the mysteries of the forest, and soon Hank will find himself uncovering a plot deeper than the wilderness itself. Bear and Breakfast combines building, management and exploration elements with deep customization and side quests galore. The game launches on Nintendo Switch in 2021 as a timed console exclusive.
The Indie World presentation also included quick highlights of yet more indie games coming to Nintendo Switch, including INMOST from Hidden Layer Games / Chucklefish (Aug. 21), The Red Lantern from Timberline Studios and She Dreams Elsewhere from Studio Zevere, which are both coming soon.
Additionally, an Indie World sale is starting today in Nintendo eShop, offering up to 40% off select indie games for Nintendo Switch, including Exit the Gungeon, Streets of Rage 4, Ori and the Blind Forest and more. The sale runs from 10 a.m. PT today through 11:59 p.m. PT on Aug. 30. For a full list of indie titles featured in the promotion, visit https://www.nintendo.com/games/sales-and-deals/.
For the latest news and updates about indie games on Nintendo Switch, follow the Indie World Twitter account @IndieWorldNA.

FAQ

What is an Indie World Showcase?
The Indie World Showcase is a pre-recorded video presentation showcasing upcoming indie games for the Nintendo Switch.
What is the difference between an Indie World Showcase and a standard Nintendo Direct?
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What if I can't watch the Nintendo Direct live due to work/school/etc.?
We will be providing live updates in the Reddit Live Thread linked above. We will also be posting a text recap in this post once the event has concluded.
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Most interesting Q&A and preview info [Megathread 1.3]

Hey Choombas,I know that I said there won't be any more threads but there has been a lot of new info
Contains really big spoilers
NETRUNNER DAEMONS:
CYBERWARE :
1.Slots:
Brain (3 slots)
eyes
Cardiovascular system (3)
Immune system (2)
peripheral nervous system (2)
Skin (3)
Operating system (1)
Skeletal system - hands, arms and legs (on both sides)
2. Some of the cyberware you can install are:
ITEMS:
STORY:
There will be roadblocks around Watson for the duration of prologue
Yorinobu Arasaka is in possession of the immortality chip (apparently he stole it from his dad)
The scene with Adam Smasher is from a brain dance in Yorinobu's hotel room (so he's probablyhis bodyguard of something)

LIST OF ICONS SEEN ON THE MAP:
LIFE PATHS:
CUSTOMISATION :
Hair (35)
Skin tone (6)
Skin type (5)
Eyebrows (8) or OFF
Eyebrow colour (8)
Cybermark (8) or OFF
Nose (17)
Mouth (17)
Jaw (17)
Ears (17)
Facial scars (9)
Facial tattoos (6)
Piercings (1 1)
Piercings colour (6)
Teeth (4) (pink,gold,etc.)
Eye makeup (8)
Eye makeup colour (9)
Lip makeup (6)
Lip makeup colour (9)
Cheek makeup (5)
Cheek makeup colour (3)
Blemish (3)
Blemish colour (6)
Nails (long / short)
Nails colour (lO)
Nipples (3)
Body tattoos (5)
Body scars (2)
Dicks(2)
Vagina(1)
No genitalia
PERKS :
1.Most expensive perks:
2. Some athletic perks:
3. Some crafting perks:
4. Some engineering perks:

SCRAPPED/REMOVED FEATURES:
ROMANCES:
BUGS:
SOURCES:
NightCityLife
Alanah Pearce 3
Alanah Pearce 2
Alanah Pearce 1
Parris
PC gamer
Arekkz Gaming
What's Good Games
Laymen Gaming
Skill Up
GrizGaming
outsidexbox
IGN
Kotaku Australia
LegacyKillaHD
Neon Arcade
megathread 1.2
megathread 1.1
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[Music, record labels] An Extensive History Of NIN Publicly Hating TVT Records

Nine Inch Nails have a rich history of getting really pissed off about stuff and then being really vocal about how pissed off they are, but what about the time their record label pissed them off so much they made an EP behind their back out of pure spite (and then spent the next few decades publicly shitting on the label's founder)?

Background:
Surely most people know this, but for a bit of context: Nine Inch Nails are an industrial rock band formed in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1988. Trent Reznor was the only permanent member of the group until Atticus Ross' entrance in 2016; aside from these two, there has been a length history of temporary members joining on tours and individual albums/EPs (so lengthy, in fact, that they got their own Wikipedia page).

Involvement With TVT Records:
Before creating Nine Inch Nails, Trent Reznor played the keyboard in Exotic Birds, a synthpop band, 1987. The band was managed by John Malm Jr. who became friends with Reznor, and essentially became his manager when he left Exotic Birds to create his own music. Reznor was employed as an assistant engineer and janitor at Right Track Studios at the time, whose owner, Bart Koster, allowed him free access to the studio between bookings to record demos. Reznor chose to create all music himself, save for drums, as it gave him the exact material he wanted.
NIN (Reznor joined by Chriss Vrenna and Ron Musarra) held their first performance in Lakewood, Ohio, in October 1988 as part of the Pretty Hate Machine Tour Series, playing a collection of then-unreleased demos. Several labels responded positively to Reznor's NIN demos, and he ultimately signed with TVT Records, a label founded by Steve Gottlieb (remember that name). A collection of demos recorded in November 1988 which were collectively named Purest Feeling were revised and released on NIN's first studio album, Pretty Hate Machine, in 1989.

All was not well, though. For a starter, the version of Down In It (released as NIN's first commercial single) that was featured on Pretty Hate Machine wasn't the completed version that Reznor had wanted or agreed to present. It was a remix created by Adrian Sherwood and Keith LeBlanc, two producers involved with the album. This version also featured on the single-- the first track on the single edition, named Down In It (Skin) is the mix presented as the original song on Pretty Hate Machine.
Purest Feeling was also considerably lighter than Pretty Hate Machine-- when TVT signed with Reznor in response to the demo material, Gottlieb expected something more radio-friendly. When the album was finished, TVT went on to release the album (obviously) but Gottlieb didn't hesitate to express his distaste.

As quoted in an article by The Independent (unfortunately, I can't find Glass Everywhere on its own):
“When Gottlieb initially signed Reznor to TVT on the strength of demos, the self-assured label head presumed he was getting a pliable pop star in the making,” wrote Alternative Press editor Jason Pettiegrew in Glass Everywhere, an essay published with a re-release of Nine Inch Nail’s 1992 EP Broken.
“So when Reznor delivered the electro-excavation Pretty Hate Machine in early ‘89, Gottlieb was disdainful. He deemed Pretty Hate Machine a failure and told Reznor he was deliberating whether to release the album at all. When you consider the old adage that artists have their whole life to draw upon when they make their first record, Gottlieb had just said Reznor’s life experience amounted to nothing.”
Full article: https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/music/features/nine-inch-nails-pretty-hate-machine-30-trent-reznor-debut-album-tvt-records-a9161421.html

Aside from this, the label had Reznor work with producers he didn't want to work with (John Fryer, specifically), and Reznor has alleged in interviews that Gottlieb referred to Pretty Hate Machine as an "abortion" and didn't pay much attention to NIN until they started gaining traction.

In this same interview, Reznor refers to TVT as a "collection of shit":
"I had finally through a combination of hard work and luck, cracked the door open and signed to TVT. I recorded a collection of songs that we felt proud of, turned [Pretty Hate Machine] into [Steve] Gottlieb, and he said, ‘Well, this record is an abortion.’ That’s a blow coming when you’ve never made a record before, and he’s put records out, maybe he knows more than I do. He said to me, ‘You fucked up what could have been a good career.’"
Full interview: http://www.alternativenation.net/trent-reznor-rips-collection-shit-called-nine-inch-nails-abortion/

NIN later released a ten song EP in the US for Head Like A Hole, the second single from Pretty Hate Machine, comprising of remixes of songs found on the original album. Reznor felt that he should have recieved more royalties from this EP's sales-- according to their contract, he should have received payment as though it was an album rather than an EP. TVT disagreed with this.
TVT continued to treat NIN restrictively, expecting Reznor to work with a specific sound and assigning him producers (which is an issue other bands have had with TVT in the past), while Reznor felt that he deserved more freedom.
In 1991, NIN went on a world tour which continued through the first Lollapalooza festival. This isn't relevant to the current point in the story, but the funds from this were a surprise tool that would help him later.

Broken & Interscope Records:
The band later returned to America after poor reception opening for Guns N' Roses in Europe, and were facing pressure from TVT to produce more content. No surprise, TVT didn't want to give Reznor the freedom he wanted in the proposed project-- he felt that NIN had been labeled and treated as a commercially focused band, which he didn't want, and openly criticized this. TVT ignored demands for his contract to be terminated over this conflict.
Using the funds from touring and performing at Lollapalooza, Reznor began creating and recording new music under various pseudonyms. He also intended to use this money to get a lawyer in order to break him off of TVT.

In 1992, Reznor finally reached an agreement with TVT-- Reznor was allowed to move to a new label, Interscope Records, who allowed him complete artistic freedom, however a small amount of sales would still belong to TVT. Reznor also created his own label within Interscope, named Nothing Records.

Reznor later stated in a 1996 edition of SPIN Magazine:
We made it very clear we were not doing another record for TVT. But they made it pretty clear they weren't ready to sell. So I felt like, well, I've finally got this thing going but it's dead. Flood and I had to record Broken under a different band name, because if TVT found out we were recording, they could confiscate all our shit and release it. Jimmy Iovine got involved with Interscope, and we kind of got slave-traded. It wasn't my doing. I didn't know anything about Interscope. And I was real pissed off at him at first because it was going from one bad situation to potentially another one. But Interscope went into it like they really wanted to know what I wanted. It was good, after I put my raving lunatic act on.

And thus, NIN's first EP, Broken, was released in 1992. The EP contained more than a few less-than-amicable references to TVT, and Steve Gottlieb in particular, as well as a general theme of angst and lack of freedom which was clearly inspired by the band's time under TVT's control. Direct references to TVT and Gottlieb on Broken:

But wait, there's more! NIN released a remastered version of Pretty Hate Machine in December 2010, which contained a very friendly shoutout in the credits that read: "fuck you. steve gottlieb and tvt".

In 2005, TVT defaulted on a $32m loan with Prudential Securities which was granted in 1999. A portion of TVT's catalog, including Reznor's work under them, was presented as collateral (in a loan, this means the lender can seize it and sell it to make up losses if the borrower defaults). Prudential Securities put the rights to the catalog, including Pretty Hate Machine, up for auction. There were no suitable bids so they retained rights and licensed them to a label named Rykodisc. They reissued Pretty Hate Machine, which had previously been out of print, as well as a vinyl edition of PHM in 2006. They also wanted to produce a deluxe version of the album, which Reznor was open to, but didn't want to pay Reznor, so it was cancelled.
In late 2007/early 2008, TVT filed for bankruptcy. While Gottlieb stated that wasn't the end of TVT, the label The Orchard gained control of everything owned by and created under them, and they've been defunct since. So yep, that kind of was the end of TVT.

Of course, if everyone agreed that Gottlieb was an asshole and that was the end of it, it'd be too easy. As stated in this 2017 billboard article, Gottlieb alleges that TVT actually set up a 50/50 partnership with Interscope which lasted until 1998 and included artists signed to Nothing Records (most notably, Marilyn Manson). Dennis Dennehy, Interscope's current EVP of marketing and communications, has confirmed this. Gottlieb also denies that he referred to Pretty Hate Machine as an abortion and told Reznor he'd fucked up what could have been a good career, as Reznor claimed he had.
Gottlieb also notes the importance of understanding the nature of alternative music at the time, stating that due to the style of NIN's music, Pretty Hate Machine defined Reznor's career-- or I suppose, Gottlieb thought it would, considering NIN's long history of success. He pretty much spends a couple of paragraphs claiming that he, and TVT, were the reason Reznor earned tours, success, etc., that they had Reznor's future in music in their best interest, and that they are the ones who accounted for Reznor's successful music career based on their choice to split a deal with Interscope.

So, what really happened there? Was Gottlieb the dickwipe Reznor made him out to be, or the holier-than-thou key to NIN's success that he claimed of himself? Whichever it was, it's clear that TVT struck a chord with Reznor and maybe that angst-fuel could be credited for NIN's success, itself-- they are known for being pissed at everything. While the end of their dispute can best be marked by TVT's 2007 bankruptcy, there's obviously a grudge there and both Reznor and Gottlieb have gone on the record mildly shitting on one another since. Maybe there'll be new insults and claims on the matter from here, but for now, things are over and done with.
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Very Alt. Rock on eMusic & Bandcamp

Back in high school in the 90s, the only radio I listened too was alt. rock out of Madison, WI, and a weekly electronic music show on community radio. I don’t think either exists today, but this list requires one to imagine that commercial stations still play new rock & roll.
I didn’t know indie rock existed until college, so it was quite a rude awakening to be suddenly so uncool. Most of this list is probably better described as indie rock. But there was an alternative aesthetic at play at some point, where an album might try to include a couple of catchy tunes that might get played on a non-college radio station. Maybe these sound like that only in my imagination, especially since half aren’t sung in English.
Whether alternative rock continued into the 2010s is something I’d enjoy debating, though assuming it will live on into the 2020s seems a most tenuous proposition. I think it only works in an environment where rock is either the most popular style of music, which hasn’t been true since the 1990s, or in contrast to the excesses of heavy metal. If anything, “power pop” seems the best way to keep rock connected to pop listeners, and that itself is already alt. rock, IMHO. Has indie rock subsumed it all? I don’t think alt. rock can continue to exist as an alternative to indie rock since there’s so much overlap.
Some of these give me hope that new rock w/ little hope or attempt to strive for indie coolness still has a few tricks up its sleeve. Overall, I think their claim to an “alternative” label lies in their obscurity.
In approximate order of how much I like them, w/ alt. rock RIYLs where possible…
  1. “Bel Avenir” - Delta Mainline (2019). There’s enough this album does very well, spanning at least a few different styles, not to harp on similarities to The Flaming Lips or Spiritualized. Also a slightly less bombastic, more electronic version of The Polyphonic Spree on “Visions of Post America.” Alt-country on “Mountain Music.” “Love without Fear” has a lovely wall of sound and a highly chantable chorus to boot. Do these familiar references leave enough sonic space for them to carve out their own sound? I’ll let you be the judge, but it would shock me to know of anyone who could dislike this album. It’s the perfect musical salve for 2020. https://deltamainline.bandcamp.com/album/bel-avenir-lp
  2. “Utan Titel” - Tjernqvist (2017). One doesn’t need to understand Swedish to recognize these electronically enhanced acoustic guitar songs as sombre expressions of longing. Highly hummable melodies are his stock in trade The guy has sung himself hoarse on the second track, but that doesn’t stop him. These songs burrow into hearts and souls and don’t let go, often building to unexpected climaxes from the simplest of beginnings. Reminds me of Mus in that way, and the concluding electronic fade-out lingers better than songs several times more heavily produced. They’ve got a couple free EPs of acoustic demos on Bandcamp, but IMO they can’t hold a candle to the production of the $2.49 one only on eMu. https://tjernqvist.bandcamp.com/
  3. “S/t” - TORSI (2018). I understand none of it, it’s a bit brief at 30 minutes, but there’s a buoyancy to this kind of rock that reminds me of a time when anything was possible and the world awaited exploration. I’d have to listen very carefully to both this and a Russian band, Fixme, I compared to The Shins, to say definitively which comes closer. “Vrålet” has the broke down sound of Benjy Ferree. I especially like the haunting falsetto backing vocals on several tracks. Rarely would I not be in the mood to listen to this album. That it’s all alone, independently released makes me wonder how one would ever stumble upon it unless trying to search the entirety of eMusic’s catalog by brute force. I think they’re also Swedish.
  4. “Listen Time Space” - Unsuspected (2015). Surprisingly, one of the “harder” albums on this list is also among the few to feature a female vocalist. There’s definitely something retro going on here, and it turns out that beneath the hard exterior is a lot of sweet, heartfelt songwriting. Organ rock comes to mind as a descriptor, sometimes close to We Ragazzi in accompaniment, and vocal harmonies on choruses owe something to Cibo Matto. As a 99-cent EP, its 27-minute run time could count as epic. Overall, it reminds me of a softer (i.e. more alt. rock than metal), slower version of Two Ton Boa, who I know is such a household name that everyone will rush to snatch this right up. https://unsuspected.bandcamp.com/album/listen-time-space
  5. “II” - Basset Hounds (2018). The honking jazz rock opening song is most interesting, waiting a full two minutes to introduce the vocalist, but the rest of the album is no slouch either. I never would have thought the brass of smooth jazz had any place in rock that actually rocks before this album. Certainly some of the best Portuguese alt. rock sung in English I’ve ever heard and an all-around enjoyable album that is at least somewhat challenging also. https://bassethounds.bandcamp.com/album/ii
  6. “Harland” - Harley Alexander (2016). Neither lofi nor rockabiliy but displaying elements of both, this guy’s voice reminds me a bit of David Byrne, which my classically trained friends tell me is terrible. But the whimsy and innocence on these songs is quite endearing. There’s almost no rhythm section, just the guy and his guitar in guileless conversation. These are simple, delicate tunes to while away one’s hours on a porch swing overlooking a pond. Keeping imperfect takes, as when he can’t help chuckling on the line “shovel the pancakes into my mouth,” lends the album airs of spontaneity, honesty, and modesty not unlike a Howe Gelb album. The jangly closer steals the ri-ri-ri-ri from Tim & Eric’s birthday song and bears some resemblance in earnest to the DIY aesthetic they parody, though again this is too competent to be outsider music. https://harleyalexander.bandcamp.com/album/harland
  7. “ep2” - Vanarin (2020). This is an unassuming, 20-minute ride through funky synths and guitars hewing close to pop with falsetto vocals. Altogether pleasant, but not without an edge, a difficult balancing act. Easygoing lyrics about freedom, love, and other unsurprising themes go down easy. “Orange Juice” has a pretty irresistible 80s synth-rock sound. NZCA/Lines does it better, but I’m up for an also-ran for 99 cents.
  8. “Kewali EP” - Flamingods (2017). This 19-minute, 99-cent EP isn’t exactly Afrobeat, but it’s still highly danceable. The many borrowed elements and generally boisterous tempos are hard to miss, but the songs wouldn’t have been out of place on alternative radio of the 1990s. This one has grown on me, as all good, eccentric pop should. Moshi Moshi remains one of the best remaining labels on eMu, and there’s plenty more to enjoy from Flamingods, including a remix of this EP. https://flamingods.bandcamp.com/album/kewali-ep
  9. “S/t” - Martinus (2014). I didn’t particularly like the Son Volt side of the Uncle Tupelo split, and this 99-cent EP has an alt. country thing going on that kinda reminds me of it when it’s not just being sentimental folksy. Pedal steel fans will also be pleased. NYP EP may not be the same band https://martinus.bandcamp.com/releases
  10. “Sacos Plásticos” - Titãs (2019). Old guys I presume from Brazil rock for 99 cents. A few more electronic songs near the end of the album. Inoffensive but with touches of attitude and danceability that never stray far from pop rock.
  11. “Haunted Fang Castle” - The Spits (2010). This EP is in full novelty territory, turning processed voices into a children’s storybook musical. Each track has some spoken exposition, with characters built on different vocal effects commenting on whatever predicament they find themselves in, followed by a musical number that both advances the plot and invites the listener to shake it. If songs about trolls, robots, swamps, and princesses in distress are at all of interest, I can’t recommend a better rock album.
  12. “Noteless Poetry” - Videatape (2016). I assume the opening waltz “Silly Hats Only” is a tip of the hat to Don Hertzfeldt, and from it I had high hopes for more than just another Radiohead rip-off. Plenty of people out there wish that supergroup hadn’t ever left its early, interim sound between ph and The Bends, and maybe this Russian group will please them the most. Not a bad album by any means, but the word “derivative” was made for it. For good measure, the last song could be right off of “Kid A.” Just $2 on Bandcamp https://videatape.bandcamp.com/album/noteless-poetry
  13. “Trouble” - Venture Boi (2020). Starts out like it’s going to be electronic, but guitars are too prominent to be other than alt. rock. The vocalist for sensual falsetto on the opener, then pairs up with a lady for the duet “She Keeps Me in Her Locket.” No points for originality, and the electronic beats will offend rock purists. I don’t know if Duran Duran is what they’re shooting for, but it’s far too new to sound 80s. Glad it’s not as softly insipid as Gary Wright, but I guess they’re the RIYLs.
Bandcamp Only (all NYP): “Babes, Water, Waves.” - Perth (2012). Based on sampling, I hesitated to buy this one b/c I didn’t think an album with all these different sounds could be cohesive. And yet it all works together, and instead I have the problem of suggesting which song would qualify as a radio-ready “single”. It feels unfair to call the album quirky, and it’s not all the way to weird either. Definitely worth listening from start to finish without interruption. https://perth.bandcamp.com/album/babes-water-waves
“Laguna” - Adan Yeti (2016). There’s a dreamy, psychedelic quality to this album, aided by putting his breathy falsetto no louder than other instruments in the mix. The stop & go stutter of “For Your Love” is a mellow highlight. Highly listenable all the way through without rocking the boat too hard. https://adanyeti.bandcamp.com/album/laguna
“Nice” - Blanket Music (2000). An understated millennial gem I missed, on a label that needed to be redeemed in my ears. Reminds me of a subdued Pavement. https://hushrecords.bandcamp.com/album/nice
On other lists: Second-Hand Roses, Mão de Oito, Adam Stafford, Jesca Hoop
Rather than reposting repeatedly, here’s my lists of what’s left on eMusic: http://www.omnifoo.info/pages/eMuReddit.html
& by my evaluation http://www.omnifoo.info/pages/eMusic%20Labels.html
& by genre https://www.emusers.net/forum/discussion/comment/94512/#Comment\_94512
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[HIRING] Hiring Motivated Individuals (2 Positions) No Experience/Education Necessary $20/hour to Start. Work From Home.

I am hiring a group of people from Chicago to fill two different positions. There's a lot to unpack here and only the people who read this carefully will be considered. Please take the time to read this through before applying. This is being posted on /ChicagoJobs exclusively for now. If you take the time to read this and apply as instructed below, your application will 100% be considered.

About Us:

This is a digital marketing company that helps law firms grow their business. We are growing at a neck breaking pace and want to add awesome people to our team that can keep up. We aren’t ‘figuring it out’ as we grow, for the most part we have systems and processes in place and need individuals that can carry out the tasks at hand. For every task that you’re assigned there’s written instructions, modular video training, 1 on 1 training, and as much support as you need to feel confident carrying out your tasks.
If you’re motivated and looking for growth, this is the perfect opportunity for you. We are looking for people who are eager to learn and grow into their positions. You will be given plenty of opportunity for promotion in the short term (3-12 months) and long term (1-5 years). Our growth is too fast paced to project beyond 5 years but we certainly are excited to see what it entails. Although we have systems and processes in place, we are far from rigid. We actively solicit your feedback and are always looking for ways to improve our systems and be more efficient. We are not looking for robots, we’re hiring US based employees because you’re our greatest asset.

About you:

I’m not big on buzz words so just assume that the obvious ones like self starter, team player, great communicator, etc all apply here. More specifically, this is what we’re looking for in candidates:
You’ll be tested on the above so be honest with yourself. I don’t want to waste your time so unless you think you’re a fit, there’s no sense in reading the rest.

About Position #1:

You’ll be part of the fulfilment team delivering online marketing campaigns to our clients. Again, no experience is necessary. The types of campaigns you’ll be trained and working on primarily include search engine optimization and Facebook advertising. You can work whatever hours you want as long as the job gets done. This position is best suited for people who prefer working alone with limited social interactions. It also suits people who have a natural thirst for learning and like working in environments that are constantly changing.
You’ll receive training on using the following industry tools: SEMRush.com, Ahrefs.com, SpyFu.com, Ubersuggest, Screaming Frog, LocalViking.com, Zapier.com, ClickFunnels.com, TypeForm.com, Wordpress, Yoast, Google Search Console, Google My Business, Google Analytics, Facebook Ad Manager, CallRail.com and PageOptimizer.pro.
Your work environment will be: ClickUp.com as your main task management system, Slack for communication and G Suite for email (similar to Gmail).
Within one year of employment you’ll be proficient in the following areas: content marketing, on page optimization, Google My Business optimization, seo copywriting, Facebook ads, link building (including outreach), technical seo, data marketing, remarketing and more.

About Position #2:

You’ll be an account executive/business development specialist. Your main responsibilities will include maintaining a relationship with existing clients and assisting in developing new business. This position is best suited for people that are outgoing, enjoy talking on the phone and doing video calls. For this position you need to hold regular business hours, typically 9am to 5pm but you need to be flexible and willing to start earlier or finish later when necessary.
Full disclosure: this position requires making cold calls. It’s not the entire position, in fact it’s only a small percentage of what you’ll be doing but it’s required. You’re given a script (that’s proven to work), training and plenty of ongoing coaching but if you’re deathly scared of picking up the phone and making calls to drum up some business - this isn’t for you.
You’ll receive training on the following sales tools: Pipedrive.com, DemandBase.com, LinkedIn Sales Navigator, CrystalKnows and DuxSoup.
Your work environment will be: Pipedrive as your main CRM and LinkedIn for sales development. Google Meet for video calls and slack for internal communications.
Within one year you’ll be proficient in: account based marketing, outreach, demo booking, demo closing, pipeline automation, digital marketing reports, updating clients on digital marketing KPIs and more.

Why work with us?

We are providing you with the training and experience necessary to make this your career. It’s our goal that you stay with us long term and grow your career with our company, but even if it’s not a fit for you long term the skills you’ll learn working with us in the short term will provide you with the ability to seek employment in this industry as a long term career.
We hire people at an entry level position in order to help them grow into superstars. We want people who are motivated and want to crush their goals. We believe in a work/life balance but when you’re working you’re expected to give 110% and be passionate about what you’re doing. If you’re a slacker or looking for a “cushy” job with limited accountability, this is not for you.
The pay starts at $20/hour or $800/week for the first 3 months. After three months we will do a review and reassess. If you’re excelling at your job a generous raise including benefits can be negotiated. We will continue to do biannual reviews and make sure we’re meeting goals and that you’re happy with your compensation. If you haven’t earned a promotion or pay raise by the time the 3 months is up, chances are we’re not a good fit.

How do I apply for position 1?

Send an email to [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) with the following:
  1. Who was the starting goalie for the Blackhawks and what was his season save percentage for the 18-19 season.
  2. What year was Google founded and what’s the current stock price?
  3. Do you use the oxford comma? Please explain your answer.
  4. The subject line of the email should be “Application for Internet Marketing Specialist”
  5. Create a checklist of your morning routine. Be as detailed as possible without including unnecessary steps. If you don’t have a morning routine then just make one for a fictional character.
  6. If someone had access to data of every traffic accident in Chicago last year, what kind of conclusions do you think they could come to with that data?
  7. In 100 words or less, please convince me on whether or not pineapple should be allowed on pizza.
  8. Describe your work from home setup. Do you have somewhere distraction free to work? Do you own a laptop or desktop computer? Do you have internet access?

How do I apply for position 2?

Send an email to [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) with the following:
  1. Please record a 1 minute video introducing yourself, upload it to YouTube and include the link in your email. The video can be describing your previous work experience, describing your personality, etc. You’re not being judged on your videographer skills but please do your best with lighting/audio.
  2. The subject line of your email should be “Application for Account Executive Position”
  3. In 100 words or less, if you had a colleague who you felt wasn’t pulling their weight, what would you do?
  4. Describe your work from home setup. Do you have somewhere distraction free to work? Do you own a laptop or desktop computer? Do you have internet access?
Please, no resumes, no cover letters, etc. If you’re reading this, we are still hiring people. I will remove this post as soon as we are done hiring. You’re free to apply for both positions if you’re unsure or unable to decide which one suits you best but please apply in separate emails. If you have any questions, please ask them here below by commenting on this thread so that everyone can see the answers.
Thanks and I look forward to work with you!
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Just passed my 30th anniversary as a video gamer

Man, what a great hobby. After 30 years of gaming, I figured I would list the 30 games that have had the greatest impact on me. This is my own list, based on my own experiences, along with my impressions.
The ranking is not in any particular order, though I did try to start with the earlier games.
Thanks for reading.
1. Commander Keen: Invasion of the Vorticons. Genre - Platformer. The sound effects in this game are still ingrained in my memory bank. Everything from the laser blaster from the sound soda makes when you consume it. Battling the ninja vorticons (typically towards the end of a level) was always scary because they would jump about unpredictably and end you immediately if they touched you.
  1. Doom. Genre - First-Person Shooter. Doom has been a constant throughout the years, and while I've also played my fair share of Wolfenstein, it was Doom that was the undisputed king of shooters back in the day. This was the game that would often come out when Mom left the house to go run her errands.
  2. Joan of Arc: Siege & the Sword. Genre - Real-time strategy. The game was excellent. It had sprawling battles, castle takeovers, mounted combat, and lots of gore. Arms, heads, and other appendages would fly as medieval combat ensued. It also allowed you to dispatch spies, tax your kingdom, and execute dissenters, as you worked to win back France bit by bit.
  3. The Chase on Tom Sawyer's Island. Genre - Arcade. Tom Sawyer was a Pacman variant that leveraged familiar characters from Mark Twain's classic. From a theme standpoint, it was very appropriate for those early days. I associate a lot of my memories of the 1938 film with this game.
  4. Super Mario Bros. Genre - Platformer. My favorite Super Mario game will probably always be the original Super Mario Bros. It represented an elusive white whale that I would never fully enjoy because Mom and Dad were adamant about not allowing a video game console inside the house. That being said, many of my quarters were spent on the more difficult arcade variant, and I remember obsessing over my NES playthroughs at my friend's house.
  5. King's Quest IV: The Perils of Rosella. Genre - Adventure. This is an interesting choice, because I probably spent more time watching my sibling play than playing myself. King's Quest IV took all our knowledge of fairy tales and presented it in a world that absolutely transported you. I have a nostalgic place in my heart for adventure games, and I'll admit my memory is probably rosier than the reality. There was something magical about watching typing options like "look under table" or "give lute." It felt like the possibilities were endless. I can't say the magic successfully translated to the point-and-click era, but my interest in Monkey Island and Thimbleweed Park is due to games like King's Quest.
  6. Power Pete. Genre - Arcade. At the Toy Mart, the lights go out and bone-hurling cavemen, evil clowns, and crazed robots are among the bad toys who are out to attack and take over. You take on the role of Power Pete, who must go through 15 levels while rescuing fuzzy bunnies and taking out the bad toys. The graphics were tops at the time and the sound effects were very satisfying.
  7. Oregon Trail 2. Genre - Strategy. For a time we had a house rule where we were only allowed to play games that were educational. During this time we played things like Carmen San Diego and Treasure Mathstorm. Oregon Trail 2 was different. It was actually fun. Whether it was hunting for food, crossing a treacherous river, or loading up on goods that would improve your final score, the game offered a lot of replayability.
9. Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness. Genre - Real-time Strategy. I first discovered Warcraft 2 by playing the demo (thanks to the wonders of online dial-up). It was more polished than other games, and I went out of my way to purchase it with wages from a part-time job. Aside from the gameplay, there was endless amusement gained by clicking on units for minutes at a time: "For the King", "Zug, Zug",Fart "Heh, heh, heh." And who can forget the orc victory cinematic with the freaked out human king?
  1. World Heroes. Genre - Fighting. I've never been that good when it comes to fighting games, but that never stopped me from spending my hard-won quarters on them whenever given the opportunity. World Heroes is the game I probably dropped the most bank on, since it was often nearby. It was basically a less popular knockoff of Street Fighter II, but it's the game I remember playing more than any other of the same genre.
11. Starcraft. Genre - Real-time Strategy. Man, what can I say about Starcraft? Too many epic battles to count. For a while I didn't like this game as much as Warcraft II, but the late Terran missions convinced me that this game was something special. This was also the first game that I actually dabbled quite a bit in multiplayer. I'll be forever grateful to the Electronic Boutique employee who grossly downplayed the "T" rating when my dad asked about it too. The rest is history. :)
12. The Elder Scrolls Adventures: Redguard. Genre - Adventure. While not as famous as its RPG brethren based in the same universe, Redguard was my introduction to Elder Scrolls and was a natural evolution from the point-and-click adventure titles of an earlier day. Memorable characters, challenging puzzles, Errol Flynn worthy swordplay, and my gosh…the music and ambiance was spectacular. Redguard was also the game that first demonstrated to me the power of 3D graphics.
  1. Baldur's Gate. Genre - Roleplaying. Based on Dungeons and Dragons, Baldur's Gate resonated with me very strongly. Offering a massive world of magic and adventure, it allowed you to explore and resolve issues in your own way. And who can forget the characters? Minsc the ranger with his space hamster Boo, the stern Jaheira and her druidic lectures on balance, and the evil Sarevok as he crushed that poor sap in the opening cinematic.
14. Half-Life. Genre - First-Person Shooter. At the time of its release, Half Life was being hailed from many publications as the greatest game of all time. I didn't hold it in the same lofty regard at the time, but there was a cinematic quality to Half Life that certainly made it stand out from its peers. Instead of clearing a room and locating a key, Half Life involved you directly in the events happening throughout the story - whether it was fixing an alien machine, escaping a prison cell, or rescuing a fellow scientist. It seems quite obvious now, but first person shooters weren't doing this until Half Life came along.
  1. Heroes of Might and Magic III. Genre - Turn-based Strategy. This is one of the few games on this list that I never actually finished. However, Heroes of Might and Magic III kickstarted a love for turn-based strategy that has possibly grown into my favorite genre. There's nothing like leisurely galloping about the countryside as you disband gnolls and other vagabonds, relieving them of their treasures, only to eventually go "WTF! How did my opponent stitch together such a massive army?!" This is followed by many painstaking calculations, as you attempt to salvage the game without needing to reload. The basic formula of every game of HoMM III I've ever played.
  2. Baldur's Gate II: Shadows of Amn. Genre - Roleplaying. This game is well-known as the definitive RPG experience. It's a timeless classic and many years later it still holds up better than anything on this list of a similar time period. My top memory is the battle with Firkraag, the majestic red dragon known for his trickery and deception. This was a memorable boss battle, preceded by some interesting dialogue. The spell magic missile is absolutely clutch in this encounter. Killing the dragon gives you access to the Carsomyr, known as "The Holy Avenger," a powerful two-handed sword for Paladins.
  3. Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos. Genre - Real-time strategy. I count Warcraft III as the best game I ever played. Awesome gameplay? Check. Good story with memorable characters? Check and check. Memorable multiplayer that extended the game's longevity? Check. It's the highest rated Blizzard game on Metacritic by users, so it would appear some folks agree with me. This is also the game that inspired the MOBA genre, which has arguably done the most to kickstart the current esports phenomena.
18. Unreal Tournament 2004. Genre - First-person Shooter. While Unreal Tournament 2004 is designed for its excellent multiplayer, I would say its tight gunplay mechanics are what made it such a hit for me. Vehicle warfare was pretty satisfying as well, and clearly inspired by Halo. Tough to nail down a top memory since most of the fights are fast, frenetic affairs. Still, this game's music, sound effects, and voiceovers ("RAMPAGE!") have a prominent home in the ol' memory bank.
  1. Starcraft 2. Genre - Real-time strategy. As soon as Starcraft 2 was announced, I knew I was going to play it. That being said, the major challenge became having a good enough machine to do it justice. I wasn't able to get past medium settings on my laptop initially, but it really didn't matter in the end. Starcraft was back and life was as it should be. Starcraft 2 is actually an epic trilogy since there were two expansions that were created for it. I remember this game for its amazing cinematics, inventive level design, and slightly cheesy storytelling. From a lore perspective, it appeared to lose some of the first entry's grit for a more comic-book-like narrative. One thing that became apparent quickly is that this was definitely a game created with esports in mind. While I never took the online scene very seriously, I appreciated the talent that was being put on display on Twitch and other platforms. Streamers like Day 9, got their start with Starcraft 2.
  2. Final Fantasy X. Genre - Roleplaying. While there are more recent additions to the series, my heart has long been rooted in the turn-based combat that saw its last hurrah with the 10th entry. Like previous installments, Final Fantasy X has its fair share of mini games. This is nothing new, but I've never seen a mini game as deep as the sport of Blitzball. This is essentially a water-based soccer game that is hugely popular in the world of FFX. Since the central character is a professional blitzball player, players will have the opportunity to manage their own teams and compete in the local league. While a little difficult to learn, it's great fun once you get the hang of the controls. It almost feels like Blitzball could've been its own game, but it makes for a great break whenever you grow tired of the usual monster-slaying romp around the countryside.
  3. League of Legends. Genre - Multiplayer Online Battle Arena. League kept me company as a struggling student. With games that lasted between 20-45 minutes, it was the perfect snackable game to recharge the mental batteries. It took a fan-made game called Defense of the Ancients (DOTA) first introduced in Warcraft III, and leveraged the formula to create a much more accessible title. Because you're playing other people online, League can make you feel very good about yourself, when you're doing well. Likewise, it can make you want to punch a hole in the wall when you're doing poorly. Those good games have a tendency to carry you through though.
  4. Diablo III. Genre - Action Roleplaying. There were crazy levels of hype surrounding this game before launch. At the time, it was the highest-selling PC game of all time. The end result was a bit of a disappointment to a lot of folks since the game required players to be online and shipped with a built-in auction house where players could peddle their digital loot for real money. Despite these criticisms, it still had the Blizzard polish, and I dumped a lot of hours into this game. My favorite boss battle was probably with Belial. Once he's whittled down to about 25% health, he takes on this monstrous form and you have to stay moving as you attack or risk being instagibbed.
  5. Dragon Age: Origins. Genre - Roleplaying. Dragon Age: Origins is a single-player game of incredible depth. You play a central protagonist who becomes a member of a unique fighting force known as the Grey Wardens. Your mission is straight-forward enough: to defend the land of Ferelden from an invasion of demonic darkspawn. While the gist of the story may not seem like anything revolutionary, it is in its execution which makes DAO special. As soon as you jump in, you're going to realize that some serious world-building has taken place. These aren't just massive environments for the sake of being massive, these are areas chalk-full of goodies to explore, people to converse with, and baddies to slay
  6. Hearthstone. Genre - Collectable Card Game. Man, what to say about Hearthstone? I've been playing it since beta, and similar to baseball, it's there when you need it and it's there when you don't. Taking all the familiar lore from the Warcraft series, it's a digital card battler where you collect cards and play different online opponents, spanning across a variety of different formats. Due to its ever-changing nature, I would say it probably has more longevity than any other game on this list. Hearthstone is probably the game where I'm the most accomplished. I've hit legend twice, which is within the top 1% of the player base. I've matched up against gaming celebrities a few times. I've hit 12 wins in arena mode multiple times. I've completed all the single player content in heroic mode. Basically done anything the game throws at you. My top memory is certainly hitting legend the first time, since it's an absolute grind. That being said, I still have warm memories for the dragon/pirate warrior deck that got me there.
  7. Bioshock Infinite. Genre - First-person Shooter. I'm a sucker for properties that make effective use of both live-action and philosophy. I tend to appreciate it when these two genres are mixed together in an effective way (see The Matrix, Inception, etc.). From a gaming perspective, Bioshock is a great example of these two genre's coming together to form entertainment for the thinking man. Both the original Bioshock and Bioshock Infinite, are known for their well-orchestrated plot twists. I'm not going to spoil it for you now, but what I loved about Infinite especially was its portrayal of United States ideals that have become somewhat tainted within a city that was built in the clouds. The player takes on the role of former Pinkerton agent Booker DeWitt, sent to the lost city to rescue Elizabeth, a young lady imprisoned there since her childhood. Elizabeth's characterization is still one of the best I've seen in any game.
  8. Darkest Dungeon. Genre - Turn-based Strategy. The most difficult game I've ever beat. In this game you take a fragile group of adventurers into a dungeon to face Lovecraftian horrors, where death is permanent. Also, you don't just worry about your party members' physical state but also their mental state. What ultimately makes Darkest Dungeon a fascinating experience isn't the rich character progression and overarching strategy, but the way it manages to make each character feel like a living, breathing human before asking you how much you'll ruin them to increase your bottom line. You will frequently be faced with two choices: 1) flee the dungeon and accept that you wasted resources on this existing venture, or 2) forge onward to possible glory or utter defeat where your entire party can be wiped. Because the game autosaves progression for you and death is permanent, the battles take on a whole other level of turn-based intensity. The game will often do things to you that are RNG-based, and appear unfair. That being said, it's how you deal with these circumstances that makes the game so compelling. This game also got me into the works of HP Lovecraft.
  9. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Genre - Adventure. The first and only Zelda game I've finished, and because of that, I can safely say that nostalgia had no bearing on its placement on this list. For me, Breath of the Wild is the first large, open-world game that didn't grow stale. There's a lot of other open-world games I've attempted, but over time, you start to pick up on the patterns and the developer shortcuts. While BotW is not a perfect exception to that, its core mechanics and in-game physics were so good I didn't care. Essentially, the gameplay just carries it over the top and has kept me engaged for nearly 200 hours. Midway through the game, you get stripped of all progression and are left stranded on Eventide Island. It is brilliant. Stripped of all special items and gear, you are left with nothing but yourself and your surroundings, precariously building your way back out the situation. It really makes you feel like an island survivor.
  10. Into the Breach. Genre - Turn-based Strategy. A simple-looking indie game is one of the best strategy games I've ever experienced. Into the Breach behaves like chess, where you can see ahead of time the impact your opponent's moves will have if you're paying attention. Also, assume there's a ton more interchangeable pieces to choose (you're not limited to just Pawn or Knight mechanics). Now drop in a Pacific Rim-like theme where all your pieces are robot mechs that battle alien monsters, and you have Into the Breach. Death for your mech drivers is permanent, so you want to get it right. A single playthrough doesn't take that long (an hour or two?), because there's a ton of replayability with different squad makeups and randomly generated events (weather, tech drops, civilians in distress, etc.)
  11. Red Dead Redemption 2. Genre - Adventure. This game is the closest thing to a cowboy simulator as you're going to find. Admittedly fantasy and sci-fi are the two genres that are really overdone in gaming, so in that respect this was a breath of fresh air. The level of detail is staggering too. More than any other experience, this one really pulls you into the story and makes you feel like you're in a living, breathing cowboy world. Want to ignore the serious stuff and hunt, fish, play poker? This game lets you do that. It's really tough to share the top memory here without getting into story spoilers. Needless to say, the ending pulls at your heartstrings. Couldn't have done that without absolutely nailing the characters and storytelling. The extended epilogue playthrough is quite long too, and it allows you to try your hand at farming which is just great…nothing like shoveling virtual cow poop to make for a productive play session.
  12. Rocket League. Genre - Arcade / Racing. Rocket League stands in a similar camp as Hearthstone and League of Legends where it’s an online gaming service that doesn't really end. It's essentially soccer with race cars. Not much more to say, other than it's great fun. Easy to get into, and hard to master. It can be hilarious when the other team is talking loads of trash, only to have us come back from the dead to beat them, especially in overtime. These games are extremely satisfying, especially if accompanied by a personal scoring spree and some well-timed counter-trolling.
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Looking for teammates in Turn-based RPG

This is a cross-post from gamemaker FYI

Hello internet,
TLDR: Making a Turn-based RPG, looking for teammates (especially artists), check out the video link below and comment or message me if interested, willing to give what money I can to teammates but I am not well off by any means. For interested programmers I'm using Gamemaker.
Video demo of the game
- volume is rather low, apologies, but its not really important, the game is also visually inconsistent/disorderly which is why I'm looking for teammates.
I have been developing a turn-based RPG in Gamemaker Studio 2 and am hoping to get a team going to help with the aesthetic elements of the game (art, music, level design, story) and, if I'm lucky, someone who has experience publishing at least one game themselves and/or someone who is just a much better programmer than me that can be a mentor of sorts. I do hope to publish this game eventually and can offer revenue sharing (I know that doesn't mean much) or I can offer to pay on a commission basis (with my meager teacher's salary, no big bucks here). Ideally I would hope that if the game can get enough quality sprites and music to make a worthwhile trailer, then maybe I could fund art/music commissions via a kick-starter. I realize that is also a long-shot.
In the video above you can see how my game is looking at the moment. Honestly it's pretty ugly, not to insult the great sprite artists whose work I've been using as place holders. I have enough common sense to know that there should be a common palette and style for the graphics, and also that the way I arrange my UI is dull at best. I really feel like I've finally put enough code into this RPG system for it to have true potential, but I don't have any artistic or musical ability to make it shine.
Things to know about the game's intended design
Roles Needed:
Please message me or leave a comment if interested (or even just if you have feed back).
Thanks for reading/watching!
P.S.
Things to know about the game's code so far (mostly a recap of the video):
Credits (all the assets that helped me get to this point, apologies if I forgot someone):
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Looking for teammates in Turn-based RPG (Example video inside)

Hello internet,

TLDR: Making a Turn-based RPG, looking for teammates (especially artists), check out the video link below and comment or message me if interested, willing to give what money I can to teammates but I am not well off by any means.
Video demo of the game
- volume is rather low, apologies, but its not really important, the game is also visually inconsistent/disorderly which is why I'm looking for teammates.

I have been developing a turn-based RPG in GMS2 and am hoping to get a team going to help with the aesthetic elements of the game (art, music, level design, story) and, if I'm lucky, someone who has experience publishing at least one game themselves and/or someone who is just a much better programmer than me that can be a mentor of sorts. I do hope to publish this game eventually and can offer revenue sharing (I know that doesn't mean much) or I can offer to pay on a commission basis (with my meager teacher's salary, no big bucks here). Ideally I would hope that if the game can get enough quality sprites and music to make a worthwhile trailer, then maybe I could fund art/music commissions via a kick-starter. I realize that is also a long-shot.
In the video above you can see how my game is looking at the moment. Honestly it's pretty ugly, not to insult the great sprite artists whose work I've been using as place holders. I have enough common sense to know that there should be a common palette and style for the graphics, and also that the way I arrange my UI is dull at best. I really feel like I've finally put enough code into this RPG system for it to have true potential, but I don't have any artistic or musical ability to make it shine.

Things to know about the game's intended design
Roles Needed:

Please message me or leave a comment if interested (or even just if you have feed back).
Thanks for reading/watching!
P.S.
Things to know about the game's code so far (mostly a recap of the video):
Credits (all the assets that helped me get to this point, apologies if I forgot someone):
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Full list of upcoming games on the Nintendo Switch (US) (Updated 3/7/2020)

Console exclusives (games that are also on PC and/or mobile, but not on other consoles) in Italics. Nintendo exclusives (games that are only on Nintendo platforms) in bold.
Games Release date Date confirmed by?
Deep Diving Adventures 3/16/20 Nintendo.com
R.B.I. Baseball 20 3/16/20 Nintendo.com
Super Bit Blaster XL 3/16/20 Nintendo.com
This Strange Realm of Mine 3/16/20 Nintendo.com
Knight Swap 3/17/20 Nintendo.com
La-Mulana 3/17/20 Nintendo.com
La-Mulana 2 3/17/20 Nintendo.com
Overpass 3/17/20 Nintendo.com
Explosive Jake 3/18/20 Nintendo.com
Top Speed: Drag & Fast Racing 3/18/20 Nintendo.com
Beyond Enemy Lines: Essentials 3/19/20 Nintendo.com
Dezatopia 3/19/20 Nintendo.com
Factotum 90 3/19/20 Nintendo.com
Ghost Sweeper 3/19/20 Nintendo.com
Ittle Dew 2+ 3/19/20 Nintendo.com
Nerdbook Bundle Vol. 2 3/19/20 Nintendo.com
Sea Bed 3/19/20 Nintendo.com
Silent World 3/19/20 Nintendo.com
The Secret Order: Shadow Breach 3/19/20 Nintendo.com
Animal Crossing: New Horizons 3/20/20 Announce Trailer
Doom 64 3/20/20 Nintendo.com
La-Mulana 1 & 2 (Multiple Editions) 3/20/20 Official Trailer
Lust for Darkness: Dawn Edition 3/20/20 Nintendo.com
Mist Hunter 3/20/20 Nintendo.com
Pooplers 3/20/20 Nintendo.com
Quell Memento 3/20/20 Nintendo.com
Bug Academy 3/23/20 Nintendo.com
Rhythm of the Gods 3/23/20 Nintendo.com
Hyperspace Delivery Service 3/24/20 Nintendo.com
Vampire the Masquerade: Coteries of New York (Timed Exclusive) 3/24/20 Nintendo.com
Ara Fell: Enhanced Edition 3/26/20 Official Twitter Post
Card Game Bundle Vol. 1 3/26/20 Nintendo.com
DreamGallery 3/26/20 Nintendo.com
Indie Darling Bundle Vol. 2 3/26/20 Nintendo.com
Mekorama 3/26/20 Nintendo.com
Necro Worm 3/26/20 Nintendo.com
One Step From Eden 3/26/20 Official Trailer
Sin Slayers 3/26/20 Nintendo.com
Trailer Trashers 3/26/20 Nintendo.com
Children of Zodiarcs 3/27/20 Nintendo.com
Gigantosaurus the Game 3/27/20 Nintendo.com
One Piece Pirate Warriors 4 3/27/20 Nintendo.com
Railway Empire: Nintendo Switch Edition 3/27/20 Nintendo.com
Saints Row IV: Re-Elected 3/27/20 Nintendo.com
Ancestors Legacy 3/31/20 Official Website
Bubble Bobble 4 Friends 3/31/20 Nintendo.com
Chapeau 3/31/20 Nintendo.com
Operencia: The Stolen Sun 3/31/20 Nintendo.com
The Complex 3/31/20 Nintendo.com
Ty the Tasmanian Tiger HD 3/31/20 Official Twitter Post
Zombie Army Trilogy 3/31/2020 Official Trailer
Cooking Mama: Cookstar March 2020 Official Trailer (Trailer no longer available from official source)
Panzer Dragoon Winter Nintendo.com
Roki Winter Nintendo.com
9 Monkeys of Shaolin Q1 2020 Official Website
Alter Cosmos Q1 2020 Official Website
Charterstone Q1 2020 Official Trailer
Colt Canyon Q1 2020 Official Website
Cubers: Arena Q1 2020 Official Website
Driftland: The Magic Revival Q1 2020 Official Website
Farm Mechanic Simulator Q1 2020 Official Website
Fromto: Toy Cars in Hell Q1 2020 Official Website
Kumo Q1 2020 Developer Comment on Reddit
Kung Fu KickBall Q1 2020 Switchaboo.com Interview With Developer
Obey Me Q1 2020 Switchaboo.com Interview With Developers
Outbuddies Q1 2020 Official Website
P.U.G.S. Agents Q1 2020 Official Website
RetroMania Wrestling Q1 2020 Official Website
Truck Mechanic Simulator Q1 2020 Official Website
Totally Reliable Delivery Service 4/1/20 Official Twitter Post
Horror Bundle Vol. 1 4/2/20 Nintendo.com
Rascal Fight 4/2/20 Nintendo.com
Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories 4/7/20 Nintendo.com
Billion Road 4/16/20 Nintendo.com
Hellpoint 4/16/20 Official Trailer
Later Daters 4/16/20 Official Trailer
Moto GP 20 4/23/20 Official Trailer
Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 Road to Boruto 4/24/20 Nintendo.com
Trials of Mana 4/24/20 Nintendo.com
Ministry of Broadcast 4/28/20 Official Twitter Post
Moving Out 4/28/20 Official Trailer
Japanese Rail Sim April 2020 Official Website
Minecraft Dungeons April 2020 Nintendo Twitter Post
Super Mega Baseball 3 April 2020 Official Trailer
Arcade Spirits 5/1/20 Official Twitter Post
Megabyte Punch 5/8/20 Nintendo.com
Best Friend Forever 5/14/20 Nintendo.com
The Wonderful 101: Remastered 5/19/20 Official Twitter Post
Maneater 5/22/20 Official Trailer
Synaptic Drive 5/28/20 Official Japanese Website (worldwide release on Nintendo Switch specifically mentioned)
Adam's Venture: Origins 5/29/20 Nintendo.com
Supermash May 2020 Nintendo.com
Fairy Tail 6/26/20 Official Twitter Post
Mozart Requiem 6/30/20 Official Website
Aeolis Tournament Spring 2020 Official Website
Brigandine: The Legend of Runersia Spring 2020 Official Trailer
Commandos 2 HD Remastered Spring 2020 Official Website
Dog Duty Spring 2020 Official Twitter Post
Empire of Sin Spring 2020 Nintendo.com
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Hotshot Racing Spring 2020 Official Trailer
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In Other Waters Spring 2020 Official Trailer
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Terror Squid Spring 2020 Developer Post on Reddit
Trails of Cold Steel III Spring 2020 Official Twitter Post
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Dungeon Defenders Awakened (Timed Exclusive) Q2 2020 Official Twitter Post
Golf With Your Friends Q2 2020 Official Trailer
Infinite - Beyond the Mind Q2 2020 Official Twitter Post
Slice of Life Q2 2020 Official Twitter Post
The Red Lantern Q2 2020 Nintendo.com
Train Mechanic Simulator Q2 2020 Official Website
Broken Lines Early 2020 Official Trailer
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TT Isle of Man 2 First Semester 2020 Official Trailer
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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition Summer 2020 TGS 2019 Trailer/Official Twitter Post
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Collar X Malice Unlimited 2020 Anime Expo 2019 Panel (as relayed by Siliconera.com)
Cthulhu: Books of Ancients 2020 Official Website
Deadly Premonition 2: A Blessing in Disguise 2020 Nintendo.com
Devil's Hunt 2020 Official Twitter Post
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Hazel Sky 2020 Official Trailer
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Hindsight 20/20 2020 Announce Trailer
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Robotics;Notes Elite 2020 Official Website
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Sail Forth 2020 Nintendo.com
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Skater XL 2020 Nintendo.com
Spacebase Startopia 2020 Announce Trailer
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Spirit of the North 2020 Official Twitter Post
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Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy 2020 Official Website
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Unto the End 2020 Official Trailer
Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition 2020 Nintendo.com
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