Video game – DHINC Fri, 11 Jun 2021 18:37:55 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Video game – DHINC 32 32 Wayne Brady Joins the Cast of Animated Video Game Series – Deadline Fri, 11 Jun 2021 17:42:00 +0000

Wayne Brady to visit Inkwell Isle for Netflix The Cuphead Show.

During its Geeked Week event, Netflix revealed that the Talent game the host will join the animated video game series as the villainous King Dice. The character of Brady is the manipulative right arm of the Devil.

The Cuphead Show! will develop the characters and the game world, with an animation style inspired by classic Fleischer cartoons of the 1930s. Cup head comes from Studio MDHR and is widely known for its wild boss brawls, challenging gameplay, and most importantly, hand-animated retro styling.

The comedy series follows the unique misadventures of the impulsive Cuphead and his cautious but easily influenced brother Mugman. Through their many misadventures across their surreal homeland of the Inkwell Islands, they have always supported each other.

The series will be produced by Netflix Animation and is produced by Dave Wasson (Mickey Mouse Shorts). CJ Kettler will be executive producer of King Features, with Cup head creators Chad and Jared Moldenhauer are Studio MDHR’s EPs. Cosmo Segurson is co-executive producer.

Brady also revealed a teaser for the animated series. See his announcement below.

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Electronic Arts, a video game maker, is hacked Thu, 10 Jun 2021 22:39:11 +0000

Electronic Arts, the maker of popular video games including the FIFA, Madden, Sims and Medal of Honor series, said Thursday it was investigating an intrusion into its network that resulted in the theft of the game’s source code and tools.

“We have already made security improvements and do not expect any impact on our games or our business,” an EA spokeswoman said, adding that the company was working with law enforcement to investigate. The company said no player data was affected.

The hacker (s) claimed to have stolen the important source code of the 2021 edition of the popular football game FIFA, as well as data related to a game creation engine called Frostbite, according to online posts published in early June on a forum. underground frequented by cybercriminals. . EA has confirmed that parts of the FIFA and Frostbite code have been stolen.

The messages were reviewed by Intel 471, a cybercrime intelligence firm, which said hackers were advertising around 800 gigabytes of data. The incident was first reported Thursday by Vice News.