We are IO Interactive, a independent games studio with offices in Copenhagen and Malmo. We've been making Hitman games for more than 20 years and our next one is coming out in January 2021.
We are the developer and publisher of HITMAN 3, which will support PlayStation VR at launch. We're here to answer any questions you've got about how the game plays on PS VR. If you've somehow missed our recent VR news, you can catch up here: https://www.ioi.dk/hitman-vr/
We're really excited There will be three of us answering your questions today:
Sidsel, Lead Game Designer (u/iointeractive)
Eskil, Senior Game Designer (u/iointeractive)
Travis, Communications Manager (u/Travis_IO)
We'll be here answering everything we can for an hour, starting at 4pm CEST / 10am ET / 7am PT.
UPDATE: It’s 17:07 and ther... keep reading on reddit ➡
I made an interactive timeline detailing every single one of the Trump admin’s scandals, gaffes, embarrassments, etc. It’s important that we don’t forget even one of these transgressions
Edit: Please view on desktop if you can. People have been having issues with mobile, so I’ll try to fix that soon.
Paradox is probably the only game developer out there that releases DLC after DLC (which would normally be free of charge updates in other games) and still gets praised by its fan base. Literally no other game company can get away with releasing so many DLCs that are nothing more than minor updates.
I've been playing video games long enough to know that every time developers "take features out" to sell it back to the consumer as DLC, the gamers are not happy and put up huge resistance against it. But for some reason Paradox seems completely immune to this. They even get praised for it. It just baffles me.
DLCs that would be Free Updates in any other game:
I have over 500 hours in CK2 so I'll focus on this franchise as an example. The base game comes with Islamic nations, nomadic nations, and merchant republics who have their own government styles compared to Feudal governments. The differences are MINOR (being able to build ports, have multiple wives, raid and raze holdings, or... keep reading on reddit ➡
I have some extra keys from the Warhammer 2020, Best of Paradox Interactive, and the August 2020 Choice bundles.
Format: [Game Title(s)] (Comment/Message)
The giveaway will end around either Friday or Saturday. Saturday or Sunday I will announce the winners. You may edit your comment (Please look at the moderator comment if you going to edit your comment) and message me any questions about the giveaway. Please do not use the chat feature to message me.
|Bundles / Games||Winners (Total of 32 Winners)|
|August Choice + Extra Game||12 Choices + 1|
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Hello from London, England! 👋
Who we are:
Feral Interactive started as a macOS porting house, and over the years we’ve steadily expanded to more platforms: Linux, iOS, Android and, most recently, Nintendo Switch. You can learn more about us on our website, and keep track of what we’re working on via Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
It’s almost a year since we released GRID™ Autosport, our first ever Nintendo Switch title, and it’s been one hell of a ride! At the end of last year we updated the game with split-screen and local wireless multiplayer, and just last month we added 8-player online multiplayer, plus support for Nintendo Labo and the HORI Pro Deluxe and Pro Mini wheels. The game i... keep reading on reddit ➡
Is it just me, or do you really wish that all versions of Windows would let you remote into a machine while a user is interactively/physically using it?
Sure would be nice to install stuff or debug stuff on someone's machine while not needing to interrupt them to do it.
TOUT! TOUT! TOUT!
A friend convinced me to start a DOS2 campaign with him a couple of months back - I mostly set the team on fire, but I did manage to start putting together some helpful maps! Then /u/paulinaaaaa jumped in and helped me finish them off and add a ton of helpful info!
Here's a preview of of the Fort Joy map (no spoilers): https://i.imgur.com/a7MHNK7.png
And here are the full interactive versions [Spoilers]:
There are over 3000 locations marked out - and I'm sure we're still missing a few, since this... keep reading on reddit ➡
I’m a science writer who has long wondered if storytelling and imagination could be part of the missing link in improving mental health. My team (myself, a cognitive hypnotherapist and a software engineer) won two UK innovation grants to try something different, and earlier this year we teamed up with award-winning fantasy author Natalia Theodoridou to develop Betwixt.
It’s a branching story with a Lord of the Rings feel to it that you “play” on your phone. You are also the main character and as you travel deeper into the world, you learn about yourself, using tools from positive psychology, cognitive theory and a range of evidence-based therapeutic approaches.
We’re offering the community 50 free keys to try the story, which won’t be available to the public until next year. To enter the giveaway, comment under this post with an answer to the question:Have you used fantasy as a way to cope in the real world, and how has it worked for you?
I self study programming, and one of my favorite ways to learn are websites with interactive exercises. Here are some examples.
These types of websites have three great properties.
Anyway, just wanted to... keep reading on reddit ➡
In 2018 the United States spent $3.6 trillion on health care, the equivalent of $11,172 per person. Hospital care accounts for almost 33%, or $1.2 trillion, of that spending each year. Hospital care also represents one of the fastest growing sectors of health care. Data from 2018 Oregon Hospital Payment Report says:
Hi! I see a lot of people talking about how this might be the end of Her Interactive which would be so sad. I'm wondering what people think could or maybe should have been done to keep the company moving. Do you think it's possible that they could turn it around or is it too late? What would you do?
Personally, I think I would like to see them branch out into other consoles. That might help them get more people into playing the game but I'm not sure they'd have the money or the ability to create games for the switch for example.
If you've ever felt limited by how much you can show with the static graphs in R, I'd highly recommend looking into the plotly library. It integrates really well with ggplot2 and show data points at a more granular level.
I've found the plotly write-ups/tutorials that exist online often go too slowly and just reexplain what I can already read in the documentation, so I created a video, Making Interactive Graphs in R that covers how to quickly make high quality interactive graphs that are ready to be shared and embedded.
Please let me know if you have any feedback!
>TL;DR: I've written an interactive romance quest for the Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery game. If you want, you can go play it here. Options are Andre, Barnaby, >!Chiara, Jae!<, Merula, Penny, Talbott and Tulip.
Hi everyone! You might remember me from such fan-works as this re-written Valentine's Day quest (abridged). (If you're interested, go check it out, I've added Chiara and Jae.)
Well, I, like many of you, have been waiting for JC to release the Festival of Romance sidequest for ages. And ages and ages and ages...
I joined late for the last several Full Marks, and to keep from being bored in my time away from the game (and stuck at home in lockdown), I... keep reading on reddit ➡
I use Interactive Brokers and I didn't change any default news settings. WSB has appeared in my newsfeed, apparently in regards to the amount of creaming your pants you guys do over Elon. Maybe Robinhood will be next?
I agree with Ghost Ships' stance that a dedicated healing class is a poor choice of progression for their limited resources.
However, given we already have a very general niche of support in terms of appropriate utilities, as well as what can be considered support perks (Field Medic and Shield Link) I want to see more perks that are support-centric. It's an undervalued playstyle and to see it become at the very least a welcomed player choice would please me to no end.
Toward this, I reiterate that many, many players want a shield gauge to make Shield Link a valuable and skillful perk instead of a spammed ability during waves because of a lack of information. Beyond that, I would love to see more perks revolving around team buffs or healing.
An active perk that allows the storing of overhealed red sugar mining to be released on activation, a passive perk that increases team healing from sources, a dual perk that restores team health on player revival while restoring singular healt
Recently, a guy asked a question in regards to Cyberpunk 2077, if the game would have interactive sex scenes, this was ridiculed a lot on the internet, with the post making rounds here on reddit as well, however, I found that a bit unfair, seeing as CDPR has stated, that part of your character creation process, now also includes the ability to design the look if the PCs genitals and features such as breasts and butts. If this is a move, to garner attention, and make this part of the norm for games of this type, then how far are we in reality to including intimate scenes, as part of the gameplay?
A lot of games, especially RPGs, already allow you great influence over your characters actions, it can be anything from shovelling coal, to drinking a glass of water, to eating a meal and so on, fairly mundane things, but that scale also ranges into the extremes on the other end, where players have been able to actively engage in torture, mutilation, close combat killing and so on. A key argu... keep reading on reddit ➡
This sub is primarily focused on sharing amazing travel photos. However, to paraphrase the thoughts of another redditor whose comment I've shamelessly reused many times, most modern travel is just a fact check of what we've seen on the Internet. In my words, natural beauty is a wonderful reason to travel, but most of my best travel memories have come from the activities I took part in rather than what I saw. What are some of your favorite experiences you've had that other fellow travelers can look out for?
Some of my experiences I strongly recommend...
Visiting Viñales, Cuba on horseback and visiting the UNESCO Heritage Site farm there. Rolled cigars and had a huge fresh meal that is my favorite meal abroad that I've ever had.
Watching sea turtles lay eggs on the beach at night in Tortuguero, Costa Rica. Stayed at a rainforest resort accessed by boat.
Getting a salmon fishing lesson on a roaring river near the Swedish/Finnish border and eating the catch
I feel like you are watching this subreddit, seeing as you multiple times have posted pictures from here on Facebook and Twitter. If you are, could you please give us some sort of ETA regarding phase 1 part 2? I've been checking every day for the past month and I know that we're many who are frustrated with the lack of concrete communication. We would all love it very much if you started communicating more openly with us. We all love your game and we are getting antsy waiting for something, which could come tomorrow or it could come 2 months from now. Please tell us what's going on.
So recently I played my first game of 9th edition, which was a blast! There was however, a lot of book keeping to be done with regards to scoring primaries / secondaries and what CP we were supposed to have. Fortunately I was able to use the fantastic scoresheet provided by goonhammer that made my life so much easier.
I've taken this a step further and made a small interactive scoresheet based of the goonhammer one for use with 9th edition missions to hopefully make scoring a lot easier for people going forward.
This is absolutely an MVP right now, but I have ideas for features going forward:
Any other suggestions would be greatly appreciated!