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38 Studios Investigation Concludes, No Criminal Charges

38 Studios Investigation Concludes, No Criminal Charges After a four-year investigation, Rhode Island Attorney General Peter Kilman and State Police Colonel Steven O’Donnell announced in a press conference on Friday that they would not be filing any charges against former 38 Studios employees or any officials involved in the $75 million loan deal that was negotiated between the video game developer (for the development of Project Copernicus) and the state of Rhode Island.A report of what was stated at the press conference is up on WPRI (thanks Gamasutra), allowing us to glean further details:

Might & Magic Showdown Announced, Early Access Begins

Might & Magic Showdown Announced, Early Access Begins Nearly two months since we caught wind of Might & Magic Showdown via a sneaky Easter egg in Watch Dogs 2, Ubisoft has officially announced the game through the distribution of a press release, some artwork, an announcement trailer, a six-minute overview video, and availability on Steam Early Access.As it turns out, the game allows us to collect a roster of figurines, customize them in a virtual miniature workshop, lead them into battle (including PvP matches), and take them through an RPG progression system.

Path of Exile Coming to Xbox One

Path of Exile Coming to Xbox One PC gamers won't be the only crowd enjoying one of the most popular action RPGs in recent memory, as Grinding Gear Games fired over a press release today revealing plans to bring Path of Exile (and all of its current expansions) to the Xbox One "soon", or at least later this year.Such an announcement wouldn't be complete without an accompanying trailer, so I'll embed that for you below: And here are a few more details, courtesy of the press release:

Werewolf: The Apocalypse Announced

Werewolf: The Apocalypse Announced I suspect that a new Vampire: The Masquerade video game announcement is headed our way in the not-too-distant future, but to scratch the World of Darkness itch in the meantime, White Wolf has partnered up with Focus Home and Cyanide Studio to bring us a new title based on another of their horror-themed properties, Werewolf: The Apocalypse.We get a few tantalizing details in the press release, but unfortunately they have not yet confirmed the core mechanics or treated us to any concept art, screenshots, or trailers - though the mention of a Focus Home press event in early February suggests we won't have much longer to wait:

Creative Dioramas by Tatsuya Tanaka

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Twitter has a field day roasting Sean Spicer's softball Skype questions

Twitter has a field day roasting Sean Spicer's softball Skype questions When things get tough at the White House's daily press briefings, Press Secretary Sean Spicer turns to his new Skype seats.Everyone online was laughing about a particularly easy question about regulations, which was thrown Spicer's way from a reporter at conservative online outlet The Federalist Papers.

The best of the worst? Assassination tops World Press Photo competition

The best of the worst? Assassination tops World Press Photo competition On Monday, the World Press Photo Foundation announced the winners of the annual photo contest — and the gallery contains both some of the best images of the year and some of the worst moments.The World Press Photo contest highlights images that aren’t just artistically significant but culturally represent issues and events from the past year and Ozbilici’s image captured a difficult moment in an incredible way, according to the panel of judges.