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In Other News – 20 May 2014

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I’ve learnt that it’s not easy pretending to be Batman. You see, the batsuit has several design flaws. For one, a hot day inside it really seals in the flavour of sweat and vigilantism, while all that rubber is damn heavy. The biggest flaw though? A lack of peripheral vision. Which is why most criminals get away when they stand slightly to my left or right.

In Other News: Sail the browser with Assassin’s Creed, pay to win with Soul Calibur, Namco still wants you to die again and the Walking Dead won’t stay down.

Here’s the news that we didn’t post today, because we were too busy being offended.


You can now play Assassin’s Creed Pirates in your browser for free
Borderlands 2 PS3 and PS Vita cross-saves enabled
Soul Calibur Lost Swords lack of multiplayer finally explained
Star Citizen backers get Arena Commander on May 29
1001 Spikes multiplayer gets everyone in on the dying
The Walking Dead PS4 and Xbox One listings just won’t die
Namco seeking avenues to continue supporting Dark Souls on PC
EVE Online infographic details what makes the game unique


Landmark is the ambitious sandbox aiming to map out the future of player creativity
Legacy Of Kain’s PvP spinoff Nosgoth pits vampires against humans
The battlefield is a beautiful place
13 things that you might not know about the Game Boy


World of Speed – Cars of World of Speed trailer
Loading Human – Sixense trailer

What’s on at The Movies

The purpose of this trailer for True Blood’s final season will be revealed in time
Be prepared to win in this teaser trailer for Foxcatcher
More plot details leak for Jurassic World
Win an X-Men Days of Future Past hamper with Mountain Dew South Africa!
Rumour – Star Wars film line-up revealed, inludes possible X-Wing film
This new trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy comes from a planet of outlaws


Last Updated: May 20, 2014

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