Shack Snack: April 29, 2014

Start your mornings right with a Shack Snack, a brief recap of three big stories--all digestible in less than two minutes. We think even Jamie Lee Curtis would approve. Let us know what you think and don't forget to subscribe to us on YouTube!


Dark Souls dev acquired by Kadokawa Games Japanese media conglomerate Kadokawa has acquired From Software, developer of games like Dark Souls, Armored Core, and Otogi. According to Famitsu, the company purchased 80% of the developer from previous owners Trans Comos, and plans on making it a subsidiary of Kadokawa Games. Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare coming to PC in June Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare is finally skulking its way over to PC on June 24. The PC release will include all of the content from the Garden Variety and Zomboss Down packs from day one. Watch Dogs' lead writer explains the game's unlikable anti-hero VR is attracting a lot of attention--and money. While Virtuix, developer of the upcoming Omni VR treadmill, may not have been acquired by Facebook like Oculus, it's raised quite a bit of money from investors. The company announced $3 million of seed investment--far more than the $1.1 million they raised on Kickstarter.

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