The Story Behind Devolver Digital’s Legendary, Ridiculously Last-Minute 2017 E3 Press Conference

A look back on the goof conference that was a satirical take on the modern video game industry and E3.

Axonometri1942d ago

God help us if it is even remotely as bad as last years. Wonder why people outside the game industry think games are the reason people and kids do bad things? Look at Devolver as an example.

Psychosious1941d ago

There is no god, there is no help. Devolve into oblivion and embellish the darkness.

lelo2play1941d ago

Last year, Devolver conference was utter crap. Won't be wasting time for this years conference. Probably watch a recap later on...

Dixiedevil1941d ago

I don’t know how I missed that last year. The only people who would think that was bad are uptight mamas boys. It was f’n hilarious.

Rockstar1941d ago

I've got to agree. I thought this was a good laugh.

Chaos_Order1941d ago

Their previous conference was absolutely masterful, lampooning the industry and press conferences in general with complete savagery.

I'm glad they're doing another one in the future. And the future's future! And the future of the future's future! And the future's future's future! etc

SovereignSnaKe1941d ago

Watching this happenstance last year late Sunday night after Bethesda (while texting my friend about Bethesda's conference) and having absolutely nary a clue what was going on (I actually thought it was a short film satirizing the industry at large) was absolutely brilliant.

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Significant job losses likely at Worms publisher Team17 - sources

Eurogamer: "Team17 has now confirmed it has begun "a period of consultation" ahead of the restructure reported by Eurogamer this morning, in which significant job losses are expected."

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CrashMania1d ago

Shame, I'm a big fan of the Worms series, albeit not the latest entry.

Number1TailzFan23h ago

Worms 2 was a blessing when I was on 56k dialup in 1999 for multiplayer gaming, it was almost the only game I could play smoothly online due to it being turn based. Not only that but it was a fun game to play with all the customisation options, online rope races etc..

lucian22916h ago

Ysah battle royal was an odd entry. Like it was fun but not what we wanted lol

gleepot18h ago

always sad to see job losses, hope they land on their feet


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Snookies121d 14h ago

Can't freaking wait! I only have one tiny nitpick from everything I've seen so far. The ground clutter. There is a ton of pop-in going on when moving around with small rocks and foliage. I hope they can touch that up a bit before release. The game itself looks like everything I could have hoped for! I hope there are a ton of different cards to collect, for Queen's Blood.

nommers1d 10h ago

So glad they're bringing a card game to a FF game again

andy851d 10h ago

Given it's an SSD game now I really hope that's cleaned up closer to release.

Becuzisaid1d 1h ago

I think they've said the demo we're seeing is several months old. Hopefully it already is fixed but most open world games seem to have a problem with vegetation pop in or density

CrimsonWing691d 8h ago

Man, this is one of those games where when I saw the gameplay, I could tell immediately they’re raising the bar. I can’t tell you how hyped I am for this! It’s not crazy far out, but the wait is still getting to me.

There’s also Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth and Persona 3 Remake to juggle before then. Dang, 2024 is a good time to be a JRPG fan.

andy851d 7h ago

And LAD Gaiden and I still haven't finished Sea of Stars 🤣

gold_drake1d 7h ago

oooo boy i cant wait, im already dodging news and gameplay like a pro haha

Trilithon1d 6h ago

this should be a good 75 hours of entertainment

Syphos1d 6h ago

I think that's a bit below the actual number, they said 100 hours (which is probably discounting how much side-stuff and mini-games you can get lost in) I'd expect with a normal-ish playthrough enjoying some of the side-content you'll easily top 100 hours, might be more like 140-150 hours tbh ^^.

I wonder how many hours completing everything fully will take, can't wait.

Trilithon12h ago

it was about 75 hours to complete the FF7 remake episode 1 for me. admittedly could have done more side quests. i really enjoyed it. FF15 was about 85 hours. just about to start playing FF16

gleepot1d 6h ago

looking forward to tomorrow where its 149 days away from launch