In Other News – 28 November 2014

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Holy crap. Q4 is essentially finished. Sure, there’s one or two games still to come, but we’re done folks. We’re finished with reviews and the like. Hell, I’ve reviewed around 45 games this year alone, most of them crap, and am indeed looking forward to some spare time to play what I really want to play. December is where we start to wind things down. Just as soon as we finish sawing through our ankle chains that keep us bound to our desks.

In Other News: A closer look at the new Assassin’s Creed Unity patch, how Tales From the Borderlands handles filthy gore and thinks of the children, a veteran brand closes doors and EA’s FIFA games are making football a popular SPERTS in ‘Murica.

Here’s the news that we didn’t post today, because we were too busy Googling paper shredders.


Future Publishing to close CVG after 33 years
Persona Q DLC schedule and price points revealed
This War Of Mine recoups development budget in two days
Strafe is the goriest, most realistic shooter of 1996
EA says FIFA series increasing football’s popularity in North America
Amiibo is apparently compatible with the Moscow subway system


The Goddess of War
How Telltale handles loot and gore in Tales From The Borderlands
I wish more games were about deception
Digital Foundry vs Assassin’s Creed Unity’s latest patch


Evolve – The evolution of Evolve part 3
Kingdom Hearts HD II.5 Remix – Disney Worlds Connect trailer
Take On Mars – Survival update trailer

What’s on at The Movies

Supergirl could corss over with The Flash and Arrow
Place your trust in this new trailer for Exodus: Gods and Kings
Andy Serkis talks Avengers: Age Of Ultron
Movies Out Today – Kid friendly cinema and a horrible week for Jason Bateman
Director Colin Trevorrow talks about that Jurassic World trailer
This new international trailer for Kingsman: The Secret Service has a far-fetched theatrical plot

Model: Jordan Carver

Last Updated: November 28, 2014

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