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The 10 best video games of 2016
From the fiendish classic that tests your sausage-cooking skills to the summer of Jigglypuffs and a return to first world war battlefields, here are 2016’s best video gamesMore on the best culture of 2016 In some ways, the fourth title in Naughty Dog’s wildly successful action adventure series (...)
[The Guardian]

Russian MPs are not the first to try to write LGBT people out of video games | Keza MacDonald
Fifa 17 is the latest target. But increasingly games reflect the world as it is – not as reactionaries would like it to be In 2013, Russia’s parliament unanimously passed a law forbidding “propaganda of non-traditional sexual relations”, essentially making it illegal to distribute any material on (...)
[The Guardian]

'Millions of Dailymotion account details taken'
More than 85 million accounts at video sharing site Dailymotion have been hacked, Leakedsource says.
[BBC News]

'Millions of Dailymotion account details taken'
More than 85 million accounts at video sharing site Dailymotion have been hacked, Leakedsource says.
[BBC]

Tech giants to set up terrorist content database
Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft and Google's YouTube say they will create a shared database to help them track and remove "violent terrorist imagery or terrorist recruitment videos."
[CNN Money]

From Overwatch to Firewatch: the best video games of 2016 - chosen by developers
We asked 50 game makers what they thought was the best game of 2016. Here are their often surprising responses It may have been a difficult year for the wider world, but 2016 did at least see a lot of excellent video games, from the glossy action movie thrills of Uncharted 4 to the (...)
[The Guardian]

Facebook, Twitter, Google and Microsoft team up to tackle extremist content
The tech companies plan to create a shared database of ‘unique digital fingerprints’ that can identify images and videos promoting terrorism Google, Facebook, Twitter and Microsoft have pledged to work together to identify and remove extremist content on their platforms through an (...)
[The Guardian]

Russian MPs accuse Fifa 17 video game of 'gay propaganda'
Developer EA Sports backed a campaign in the UK to combat homophobia, biphobia and transphobia in football Russian MPs have asked the state communications oversight agency to take action against the Fifa 17 video game for violating the country’s law against gay propaganda. Communist MPs sent a (...)
[The Guardian]

Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite Hits in 2017
Capcom, a leading worldwide developer and publisher of video games, today announced “Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite”, the return of the highly revered action-fighting game series. Marvel and Capcom universes collide like never before as iconic characters team up for action-packed (...)
[WebWire Computer gaming]

Simon Parkin: best video games of 2016
From the lush medieval world of The Witcher 3 to the touching narrative of The Last Guardian, let’s give thanks for rich escapes from a tough year Death, disorder, confusion and upheaval: 2016 has surpassed even the most outlandish video game in its disquieting depictions. Fiction may be unable (...)
[The Guardian]

GoPro makes cutbacks after drone crashes
GoPro is cutting 200 jobs and shutting down its video licensing service after the recall of its Karma drones.
[BBC]

GoPro makes cutbacks after drone crashes
GoPro is cutting 200 jobs and shutting down its video licensing service after the recall of its Karma drones.
[BBC News]

Netflix lets users download videos for offline viewing
Video-streaming service takes on existing subscription-based and catchup services with offline downloads now available globally Netflix has begun rolling out the ability to download videos from its streaming service to smartphones and tablets for offline viewing. Offline viewing is arguably (...)
[The Guardian]

No Man's Sky ads 'were not misleading' says the UK's advertising watchdog
The Advertising Standards Authority says promotional videos for No Man's Sky "were not misleading".
[BBC News]

The man who made a video game inspired by escaping the secret police
The experience of fleeing communist Czechoslovakia in the 1980s has informed a fascinating survival horror driving game Ondřej Švadlena’s open-world driving game doesn’t look like any other. The cars are old and beat up, there are no timers or cheering crowds, and the California sun is nowhere to (...)
[The Guardian]

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