I’ve been trying to invent time travel lately. To do so, I’m going to need an engine that can output plenty of power. And I may have just hit on the perfect solution. A cat, with a slice of toast butter-face up, strapped together and caught in an infinite spin. Suck it Einstein, I’m a genius.
In Other News: Raiden goes in for the overkill next month, Alan Wake has an Oscar winner, End of Nations development put on hold and Watch Dogs is full of naughty bits.
Here’s the news that we didn’t post today, because we were too busy gathering as many Spur-Workers as possible to
embarrass wish Hammersteyn a very happy birthday.
Raiden 4: Overkill coming to PS3 in April
Warframe update brings new HUD, weapons and more
Alan Wake developer now employs an Oscar winner
DICE LA to take over Battlefield 4 DLC development after Naval Strike
End of Nations development put on hold
Capcom – Fan service runs thick in new Strider
ESRB rates Watch Dogs for nudity and drunkenness
Zynga rolling out new Farmville, Poker, Words with Friends games
You’re Playing It Wrong: weighing up PS4 and Xbox One owners’ predilections in porn
The music industry’s hottest talents reveal their favourite videogame soundtracks – Part one
The perils of writing video games
Thieves break into Double Fine HQ, nobody likes them
Ultra Street Fighter 4 – Edition select trailer
Trials Fusion – Ride on trailer
Caffeine – Debut teaser
What’s on at The Movies
Rumour – Terminator: Genesis plot details may have just leaked
Inside The Writer’s Studio – Dey wuz Oscar-robbed!
Zack Snyder talks costume and casting in Batman vs Superman
Matthew McCounaughey won’t return for a second season of True detective
Valar Morghulis with the new character posters for Game of Thrones season 4
We review 300: Rise of an Empire – An entertaining if not memorable successor
Zack Snyder hits back at Watchmen criticism, says Terry Gilliam’s version was completely insane
Model: Heather Vandeven
Last Updated: March 4, 2014
March 4, 2014 at 16:03