Home In Other News – 16 July 2012

In Other News – 16 July 2012

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Tori Black

It rained pretty heavily this weekend. Really, really heavily. I’m currently working from a raft somewhere down Newton Park with my trusty laptop and 3G modem, wishing that I hadn’t traded those scuba diving lessons for a copy of Fable 2.

In Other News: Tony Stark shows off his wardrobe, Assassin’s Creed 3 goes direct with the X, Criterion has some american muscle, devious puzzles on the Vita, a bizarre adventure awaits and smoking will cost you a few hearts.

Here’s the news that we didn’t post, because I was caught up in a riptide on main road while a taxi-boat tried to cut me off. Hey, I’m paddlin’ here, ya mook!


Dude plays Skyrim on PS Vita remote-play, Internet demands answers
We all have reputations on the line, says Ouya CEO
Assassin’s Creed 3 will support Direct X 11
Criterion flaunts NFS Most Wanted car list, starts with American dream machines
Machinarium is coming to the PS Vita
Assassinations get hardcore in Halo 4
Jojos Bizarre Adventure HD announced
Capcom is 100% behind DmC, the original style may return in the future


Is Ouya the end of PC dominance
The top ten video game facilities
The growing pains of games
Can Crash Bandicoot reinvent himself like Rayman?


Dexter The Game 2 – SDCC Debut trailer
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 – Bad girls trailer
Hard Reset Extended Edition – Exile trailer

Across the Networks

See Tony Stark’s complete Iron Man 3 wardrobe here
Monday Box Office Report – An Ice Age takes out an Amazing Arachnid
Is Peter Jackson making The Hobbit as a trilogy?
Man of Steel premieres new details and poster
First Elysium footage unveiled, star Matt Damon and producer Simon Kinsberg discuss the film and working with Neil Blomkamp
We Review The Woman in Black – Classy and creepy
Guardians of the galaxy and Ant-Man finally announced officially, with concept art and test reel footage
Marvel unveils new titles for Captain America, Thor and Iron Man sequels
Would you puff a cigarette with a life meter?
These few strands have combined to become the lightest material in the world
You’e not allowed to link to the London Olympics website if you’re nasty to it

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Last Updated: July 16, 2012

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