In Other News – 18 August 2014

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Gentlemen, battle stations. We’ve managed to clear the treacherous Gamescom nebula, but our navigation through September and October shall be dangerous. While the September quadrant is home to the much feared Destiny armada, it’s the October sector of the galaxy that could be the end of us. Henceforth, I have informed engineering to set a course and to hit maximum warp into the face of October. Make it so.

In Other News: People can’t get enough of The Last Of Us, experience the myths of Alaska in Never Alone, where to now for Rare, Obsidian rolls a 20 on a favourite franchise and remembering Silent Hill2.

Here’s the news that we didn’t post today, because we were too busy missing German beer.


The Last Of Us Remastered is still top of the UK charts
Take on these Dance Central spotlight launch day songs
Xbox One August update available now
Obsidian rolls critical success, acquires Pathfinder RPG license
New Pokémon project to be announced next week
Xbox boss on Rare in a post-Kinect sports world
Pokémon trading card game coming to iPad
Never Alone tells Alaskan folklore this November


60 seconds to Titanfall cosplay
Why Silent Hill 2 is still the most disturbing game ever made
Not every video game trailer is a giant lie


Risen 3: Titan Lords – Launch trailer
Crusader Kings II: Charlemagne – Debut teaser
WWE Supercard – Debut trailer

What’s on at The Movies

Cinophile – World’s greatest dad
Shane Salerno nabs The Executioner
This trailer for Wetlands is not safe for work or life
Monday Box Office Report – Turtle Power beats nostalgia
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles crew talk sequel ideas, plus unused concept art!
Ivan Reitman talks Ghostbusters 3
Witness the first bionic show in this Community season 6 trailer
Massive Star Wars rumour update – New Stormtroopers, Han Solo concept art, main villain revealed and more

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Last Updated: August 18, 2014

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