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Counter-Strike: GO lets community police itself with Overwatch

Valve has introduced a new community discipline program for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive that it calls "Overwatch," designed to let players govern themselves when it comes to problem behavior. Overwatch will deputize some players as "investigators" (based on stats like wins and hours...

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Japanese Nintendo Downloads: Escape from Various Locations

Marvelous's distinctively drab, enticingly bizarre adventure game Discipline launched today in Japan. We're eager to hear if the You Fluid weirdness overpowers the interesting puzzle-adventure concept. Also available on WiiWare: a couple of educational games, one of which is based on The Very Hungry...

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Discipline shocks again with unusual art style

Direct screenshots of Marvelous's Discipline have finally appeared, and you probably won't be surprised to see that they're as strikingly weird as the concept, though not nearly as uncomfortable to talk about. The character art all seems to be still pencil sketches, black and white with subtle blue...

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Prepare to be uncomfortable: details about Marvelous' Discipline

If you don't remember the WiiWare title Discipline, which was announced at TGS last year, we'll sum up the prison-escape for you in a way that's certain to jog your memory: alien worm Wiimote shell. According to IGN's summary of some details from Famitsu, the gross-looking green controller shell...

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TGS08: Marvelous announces Discipline for WiiWare

As if they hadn't done enough, Marvelous has revealed another new Wii game: Discipline, a WiiWare "real-time simulation" game directed by Doshin the Giant and Tail of the Sun director Kazutoshi Iida. We have very little information about this game, other than an intricate logo (it is a perfect...

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Jack Thompson faces disciplinary action

Karma is making her rounds and Jack Thompson is looking to be on top of that list. As GamePolitics reports, Thompson was recommended for review following five counts of professional misconduct (three related to his video game violence campaign). If the charges hold up in front of the Florida Supreme...

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