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Backloggers Anonymous Too Human Part 3

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On this, the final episode of Backloggers Anonymous covering Too Human, we discuss the final two missions, the overall plot and story, and dig a little deeper into the issues we had with some of the choices the game designers made. Joaquim gives up on his quest for dragon armor, Julian explains his love/hate relationship with Denis Dyack, and I, now free from pain meds, discusses my difficulty understanding Baldur as a character. Finally, we say our goodbyes and offer our final opinions of our journey though Too Human.

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Backloggers Anonymous Too Human Part 2

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Welcome back to Backloggers Anonymous for part two of our three part series on Too Human. At this point, we've finished half of the game (the first two missions) and have gotten a pretty good feel for what the title has to offer.

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Push Start to Continue Episode 1: Let Us Be Your Secret

Jesse and Mike return! And they come bearing a new podcast!

PixlBit is proud to release the inaugural edition of Push Start to Continue, the new videogame podcast from long lost PixlTalkers Jesse and Mike!  In this episode they clue you in to just what they’ve been up to in the months they were missing, discuss the Wii U launch, highlight the importance of the #1reasonwhy twitter phenomenon and much, much more.

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Backloggers Anonymous Too Human Part 1

The first step is admitting you have a problem.

We call it our library, our collection, our pile of shame. They are games we meant to play, meant to finish, or even just meant to take out of the shrink wrap. We had to own them, had to experience them, and yet there they sit collecting dust. Gamers call it their backlog. We call it a problem, and we aim to deal with this problem one meeting at a time. 

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Nights into Dreams Review

This gorgeous remake deserves better controls.

Nights Into Dreams has unquestionably been treated with love in its transformation into HD. The Japanese exclusive PlayStation 2 version of the game has been upscaled and displayed in wide screen, making the once blocky presentation smooth and vibrant. Even the sprites were upgraded to 3D objects, providing some extra visual flair. Heck, Sega even included a trimmed version of Christmas Nights for good measure. However, the port suffers from the same botched controls found in that PlayStation 2 version of the game and the rough patches of the experience persist despite the loving upgrade.

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Nights into Dreams/Sonic Adventure 2 - Launch Trailer

Both are available now on the PlayStation 3's PlayStation Store, and will further be available on the Xbox 360's XBL Marketplace on October 5.

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Nights HD to Include Christmas Nights

Players can expect the title in early October alongside Sonic Adventure 2.

Sega revealed today their plans for releasing the HD upgrades to both Nights into Dreams and Sonic Adventure 2. Eager fans needn't wait much longer as both titles are planned for an early October release, with both coming to PSN on October 2 and XBLA on October 5. Both will be available at $9.99 (800 MSP) and both will offer experiences that extend the initial offering found on the Dreamcast/Saturn.

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NiGHTS into Dreams Coming to XBLA, PSN, PC

The Sega Saturn classic will be released in HD this fall.

This past Tuesday Sega posted an image (pictured below) on their Facebook page and Twitter feed that puzzled at least a few folks. However, when the dust settled, the consensus was that it was from the NiGHTS series, sparking immediate speculation. Today, Sega revealed that the mysterious picture was teasing the announcement of an HD port of the original NiGHTS into Dreams to Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network, and PC.

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Jury Rules in Favor of Epic in Silicon Knights Lawsuit

Epic awarded $4.45 million.

The lengthy lawsuit between Silicon Knights and Epic Games finally came to a close on May 30 2012, with the Jury finding in favor of Epic on all counts.

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Sega Acquires Three Rings Design

The Spiral Knights developer is now part of Sega's entourage.

Sega has bought developer Three Rings Design. The San Francisco company is known for their MMO Puzzle Pirates and for the critically successful Spiral Knights. Currently, Three Rings Design is developing an MMO based on Doctor Who.

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