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Unraveling the Truth: 'Lies of P' Achieves Gold Status

By Mazen "Mithrie" Turkmani
Published: August 9, 2023 at 5:04 PM BST

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Lies of P has gone Gold. I also discuss Hotfix 2 for Baldur's Gate 3, and Patents of The Legend of Zelda Tears of the Kingdom.

Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Patents

The gaming world was recently set abuzz with the news that Nintendo, the acclaimed Japanese video game giant, has officially filed multiple patents for the highly-anticipated game, "Zelda Tears of the Kingdom." Since July 2023, an impressive 32 patents have been filed, underpinning the company's commitment to protecting the innovations integrated into this eagerly awaited release.

Diving deeper into the details, these patents largely encompass various in-game mechanics, including the unique loading screen that promises seamless transitions and the game's distinctive fusibility feature. The latter is particularly interesting as it likely refers to a mechanism that allows players to merge or fuse in-game items or abilities, though specifics are currently under wraps.

Protecting gameplay mechanics with patents isn't a new phenomenon in the gaming industry, but it does prompt an important debate. On one hand, patents safeguard intellectual property, ensuring developers receive due credit for their creative innovations. On the other, some argue that this could stifle creativity, as game developers might be hesitant to build upon existing mechanics, fearing potential legal repercussions. Where do you stand in this debate?

Baldur's Gate 3 Hotfix 2

In other gaming news, Larian Studios, the masterminds behind the critically acclaimed "Baldur's Gate" series, have unveiled Hotfix 2 for "Baldur's Gate 3". This is not just a minor update; the hotfix boasts a whopping 300-plus bug fixes. These are aimed at enhancing the gameplay experience, rectifying in-game crashes, and introducing further optimizations to smoothen the playthrough.

Baldur's Gate 3 has seen an overwhelming surge in popularity since its inception, enchanting players with its intricate plot, meticulously crafted characters, and a vast, immersive world. This hotfix signifies Larian Studios' dedication to delivering a glitch-free gaming experience for its audience. Have you delved into the world of Baldur's Gate 3 yet? If so, this update promises to refine your experience, and if you haven't, now might be the perfect time to embark on this epic journey.

Lies of P Goes Gold

Rounding up today's gaming highlights is the exhilarating announcement that "Lies of P" has achieved Gold status. For those unfamiliar with the term, 'going Gold' in the gaming context signifies that the game's development is complete. It's now ready to transition from digital files to master discs, marking the final phase before hitting the store shelves.

Having had the chance to play the demo, I can confidently say that it offers a tantalizing glimpse into the world of "Lies of P." The gameplay mechanics, narrative, and graphics all come together to craft a compelling experience that leaves players yearning for more. Slated for release on 19th September 2023, the game will be accessible on multiple platforms, including PlayStation 5, PC, and Xbox. I'm personally gearing up to dive deep into its storyline on my PS5. Are you planning to embark on this thrilling adventure with "Lies of P"? If so, which platform will you choose for your journey?

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