Home In Other News – 06 December 2013 Weekend Edition

In Other News – 06 December 2013 Weekend Edition

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I don’t think anymore words need to be said today, because if a picture speaks a thousand words, then we saw millions of inspiring ones uttered today.

In Other News: The Amazing Spider-Man swings into town, the Walking Dead season 2 dated, Ouya can be paid for with bitcoins and Vikings go to war for free this weekend.

Here’s the news that we didn’t post today because, well you know why.


The Walking Dead Season 2 date and price revealed on Steam
Microsoft alarmed by government surveillance reports
War of the Vikings free this weekend
Microsoft shuts Victoria game studio
Ouya now accepts bitcoin payments
Super Time Force shifts to 2014, headed to Xbox One
Space Hulk digital version now available on iPad
Prince of Persia: The Shadow and the Flame launching this year on Gamestick


Skyrim statue does not cure disease
What tabletop RPGs can teach us about video game design
Teenager pays $735 for a picture of an Xbox One
Shinji Mikami – The father of survival horror is bringing fresh terror to games


Neverwinter – Shadowmantle trailer
War Thunder – Ground Forces trailer
Gran Turismo 6 – Lunar exploration gameplay

What’s on at The Movies

The cure is a killer in this first trailer for Nurse 3D
Everything that you may have missed in that first trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2
X-Men Apocalypse revealed for 2016, Bryan Singer to direct once again
Movies out today – World saving and life changing
All of Greece will fall in this new trailer for 300: Rise of an Empire
Not everyone has a happy ending in this first trailer for the Amazing Spider-Man 2

Last Updated: December 6, 2013


  1. Give the man a Bells.


  2. Hammersteyn

    December 6, 2013 at 16:34

    Googled the ION header for images, results = Infinite 😉


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