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  1. I think one of the things everyone remembers most about Nintendo“s E3 2014 was the presence of Nintendo Treehouse. Nintendo announced a ton of games like the new Legend of Zelda coming to Wii U, Xenoblade Chronicles X and Yoshi“s Wooly World. But the folks at Nintendo Treehouse were the ones that took the stage at E3 and showed off hours of actual gameplay from these newly announced projects. Just a few hours ago, Nintendo announced via Social Media that the folks at Nintendo Treehouse would be in the spotlight once again this Friday, September 12th, streaming “8 hours of gameplay” via Twitch, including a look at the final build of Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and some upcoming games for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. I“ll update this article with specifics as they give more information, but for now...everyone mark your calendars for September 12th! After all, Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS comes out in Japan just one day later! What are you most excited to see during the stream? Let us know!
  2. Video Games Live is a video game-centric concert that has toured across the United States since it began in 2005. Over the years, they have tweaked song selections, added in new games, and provided a great showing overall. Hearing your favorite track played by a real orchestra is quite exciting! Comic-Con is this weekend and Video Games Live made sure their concert would be on the same weekend so convention goers could check it out too. Even if you aren't going to be at Comic-Con, or don't have a VGL ticket, you can still enjoy the experience due to it being live streamed. Twitch.tv will be hosting the first-ever stream of VGL on Saturday, July 20th. At 9PM EST (6PM PST) the pre-stream will officially begin with a series of composer interviews. If you just want to see the event, it begins at 11PM EST (8PM PST). Brand new music for this concert includes music from Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag and Destiny.
  3. Marcus Estrada

    Twitch Partners Up with Steam

    Streaming service Twitch has really come into its own over this last year. The service has been seeing increasing popularity and is even makings its way to upcoming consoles. Today it was announced that Twitch and Steam have made a deal with each other as well. Unfortunately this deal does not allow you to stream your Steam games or anything like that - yet. What they have agreed to so far is the ability to associate your two accounts together. The example given for this use is that someone can watch a Dota 2 tournament on Twitch and also receive item drops for their Steam game just by watching. It's an interesting prospect but so far only has an affect with Dota 2. Valve is going to work at increasing the scope of the features. Of course, what players probably want most is a quick and simple way to stream their Steam content. Origin has had built in streaming functionality for a while now, even if it is limited.
  4. Jason Clement

    Twitch Killer Instinct

  5. Most of us may now have an Origin account but still feel allied with Steam. Earlier this week, they started up a free game promotion to get some more people registering for accounts. Now, something much more impressive is coming. In the latest news post it was announced that Twitch.tv streaming integration will be added in the next update. As the new update rolls out, Origin software users will be able to stream their gameplay sessions live via Twitch. This will be accomplished by starting a game then bringing up the Origin screen. There will be a icon that looks like a camera which is what interested streamers need to click. From there, they will be required to sign into a Twitch account to grant Origin authorization with it. Then you're able to start streaming the game on Twitch. Within Origin you are able to change the stream title as well as adjust gameplay and microphone volume independently. More detailed options include things streaming regulars would expect, such as resolution, framerates, and more. This might not seem like a big deal, but many who have struggled with streaming PC games before will probably be excited. It typically is not so simple to get everything running and adjusted in minutes, which is how long it seems it will take with Origin. When will this update be live? Those who have opted in to Origin beta updates will get it first, as early as this week. The rest of us will be able to check it out a little after that is done. The update also includes the long-awaited ability to add non-Origin games to the program. Expect that these two features will be used in conjunction for a lot of upcoming Twitch streams!