In Other News – 28 November 2013 Homegrown Hottie Edition

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So I hear that Steam is having another sale. The devils. And without knowing it, I’ve already fallen prey to a flash sale, spending several dollars on an RPG Maker. Well, I guess it’s finally time to make a game. Be on the lookout for the Lazygamer RPG. It’ll be done when it’s done.

In Other News: Atlus looks at old Sega stuff, liberate your Xbox 360 next year, the story of Francis and Respawn won’t force you online.

Here’s the news that we didn’t post today, because I was too busy applying for a game developer badge and gun.

News

Atlus welcome to dormant Sega IPs in post-acquisition
Quantum Break gameplay to be shown December 7
Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare listed for SP4 on Korean game rating board
Assassin’s Creed Liberation HD hits Xbox 360 January 15
Super Mario 3D World and Lightning Returns sell poorly in Japan
Telekinetic bombs and air strikes join Saints Row 4 in new DLC
Respawn doesn’t believe in forcing online on gamers
Designer explains absent modes in Assassin’s Creed 4 multiplayer

Stuff

Paperboy 3 is the raddest 80s video game movie
Are Xbox One and PS4 being held back by concessions to old hardware?
The bittersweet story of Francis
The Eden Project – Why The Crew creator quit Test Drive Unlimited to start all over again

Videos

Wild Star – Dev speak: Stalker
Marvel Heroes – Gambit trailer
Lego Marvel Super Heroes – Handheld trailer

What’s on at The Movies

Top List Thursday – Top five most one-sided fights
The dead don’t burn in Danny Trejo’s next film, Volcano Zombies
2013 may just be the best year ever for Disney
Quentin Tarantino saddles up for another western movie
We Review The Bling Ring – Great concept, so what execution
The Mummy and Warcraft get pushed back to a 2016 galaxy far, far away
Hercules: The Legend Begins still looks horrible in this new trailer

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Last Updated: November 28, 2013

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