Telling Lies, the new narrative video title from Sam Barlow, the director behind Silent Hill: Shattered Memories and Her Story, was announced a little while back as a major follow up to the same ideas behind Her Story. While there have been various updates about timing over the last two years, there hasn't been a hard date. Today, Annapurna Interactive revealed that the game actually comes out surprisingly soon on August 23.
“Telling Lies sits you in front of an anonymous laptop loaded with a stolen NSA database full of footage,” Annapurna said in a press release. “The footage covers two years in the intimate lives of four people, starring Hollywood actors Logan Marshall-Green, Angela Sarafyan, Alexandra Shipp and Kerry Bishé, whose stories are linked by a shocking incident. Explore the database by typing search terms, watch the clips where those words are spoken and piece together the story.”
Kim Wallace spoke to with Sam Barlow earlier this year about what to expect from Telli..
Nintendo has announced an Indie World presentation for Monday, August 19 at 6 a.m. Pacific time.
The company hasn't announced which indie games will be featured, but it says that it has approximately 20 minutes-worth of information to share.
The presentation can be watched at the official Nintendo site.
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YouTuber PangaeaPanga has been making Mario Maker stages for years, but his most recent may be one of the most devious. If you know the secret, it's a cakewalk. If you don't, however, you could spend your entire life trying to figure it out and never clear the stage.
Essentially, you're guessing a credit card number. For each digit, you hit a POW block a number of times. If you're correct, a ramp will carry the block to a pit, but every digit needs to be correct in order for the pit to be completely filled. A bob-omb will then waddle over the pit and destroy the wall in front of you, allowing you to move to the end.
You have the same chances of blindly guessing someone's credit card number as you do clearing this stage. Or, at least, you would, but PangaeaPanga has mercifully released the code for everyone to use. He promised to release the code after 15 clears, and at the time of the video, there were 32. It is impossible ..
Despite being revealed just a few months ago in June, Playtonic has insisted that their Yooka-Laylee 2D semi-sequel was remarkably close to being finished. It turns out they weren't lowballing it, as the game is coming out in just a few months.
A playful tweet from Playtonic says that the Donkey Kong Country-inspired platformer will be out in October, though a specific date is not given.
The game combines the 2D platformer sections from people who made the SNES Donkey Kong Country games and top-down exploratory and puzzle-solving sections. Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair is coming to PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC in October.
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