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In Other News – 14 December 2011

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Okay, I’m supposed to put out two paragraphs before the jump for the rest of the In Other News segment, and after doing this section almost non-stop for a few months now, I’m pretty much out of things to say. So I’m just going to write a paragraph of the first words that form in my brain.

Fishfingers. Flux Capacitator. Boobs. Cat. Insane fear of flying. Insane hatred of tactile contact with tomato sauce bottles. Don’t forget to buy bread. Return call to the arch-bishop of Cheese. Light a fire that gives off white smoke at the Vatican. Yeah, that should be enough for now.

In Other News: How Metal Gear Rising almost had some bushido elements thrown into the mix, a SNES controller that will keep you clean and the challenge of bringing Battlefield 3 onto home consoles.

Here’s the news we didn’t post, because we were too busy discussing Russian geography.


The Last of Us concept art reveals I am Legend inspiration
Luigi’s Mansion 2 will have a different name
Bringing Battlefield 3 onto consoles was a challenge, DICE admits
Hideo Kojima admits that he would have made Metal Gear Rising slower, more “Bushido”
Tony Hawks Pro Skater HD may not feature the original soundtrack
Naruto Generations: Survival mode confirmed
The SNES controller that was made from soap
Uncharted: Golden Abyss will change the way shooters are played
Miyamoto is open to working with Retro studios for a new Zelda game


Where have all the Mech games gone?
Th3 b3st and worst gam3s with a “3” in the title
Is PC Gaming really more expensive than consoles?
Ten bosses that we want to see in the South Park RPG


Assassins Creed Revelations: UK Ancestor trailer
Lucent Heart Winter Festival Trailer
Mario is in Just dance 3!
Cryptogene debut teaser trailer

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Last Updated: December 14, 2011

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