In Other News – 22 September 2014

2 min read
31

Sofia-Kasuli

What’s this nonsense about a four day work week, huh? I shan’t hear none of it! Back, back into the furnace with all of you or I’ll break out my whip normally reserved for union negotiations! There’ll be none of this human rights nonsense under my watch, I tell you!

In Other News: Harmonix terminates some rocking support, Japan still loves Pokemon, meet the man who saved Final Fantasu XV, Project Morpheus is almost complete and return to the clocktower.

Oh, in case you didn’t notice it, Geoff and I have been having fun with the header images again today. That’s because today is International Hobbit day. Here’s where you could spot either Bilbo or Frodo today:

Here’s the news that we didn’t post today, because we were too busy having second lunch and shaving our feet.

News

Harmonix terminates Rock Band network support
Falling Skies combats an invasion on September 30
Atlus breaks silence on Devil Survivor 2 for 3DS
Project Scissors is a spiritual successor to Clock Tower
Project Morpheus is is 85% complete, says Yoshida
Final Fantasy XV demo is three hours long
Elite Dangerous beta 2 arrives on September 30
Heroes Of The Storm alpha progress to b wiped one last time

Stuff

Don’t worry, Japan still loves Pokemon
Delta and the twilight of Xbox Live Indie Games
The man who saved Final Fantasy XV
Bastard of the Old Republic

Videos

Samurai Warriors 4 – TGS 2014 battle trailer
Ori and the Blind Forest – 10 minute prologue
Forza Horizon 2 – Leave your limits trailer

What’s on at The Movies

Colin Farrell mans up for season 2 of True Detective
This red band trailer for The Interview is a weapon of ass destruction
Science fiction showdown – Is your ship bigger than mine?
Monday Box Office Report
Doctor Who Series 8 – Time Heist
The season 2 trailer for The Blacklist is here, plus James Spader talks about last season’s big reveal
This trailer for Most Violent cannot stay in the same place its whole life.

Model: Sofia Kasuli

Last Updated: September 22, 2014

Darryn Bonthuys

Something wrong gentlemen? You come here prepared to read the words of a madman, and instead found a lunatic obsessed with comics, Batman and Raul Julia's M Bison performance in the 1994 Street Fighter movie? Fine! Keep your bio! In fact, now might be a good time to pray to it!

Check Also

WarioWare Gold review – It’s AUright

With Nintendo’s Switch getting the lion’s share of shiny new stuff to play, the 3DS slate …