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In Other News–08 February 2013

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Look at this sand, this sand is amazing!

I’ve got things to do this weekend. Big things. Big plans baby. Plans that don’t involve me sitting in my underwear eating pasta without a knife and fork and dripping the sauce all over my lumpin’ body. And on that bastardshell, I am outta here! Have a great weekend everybody!

In Other News: 30 years of games for half a million dollars, Borderlands tries to live up to the legendary moniker, how many Bonds are there, Ratchet and Clank delayed, a Killer Croc pops up and Gabe Newell has lots and lots of knives.

Here’s the news that we didn’t post today, because we were too busy putting two and two together. And failing miserably.


Activision is somewhat disappointed with the launch of the Wii U
Disney Infinity adds Pixar’s Cars to the playset roster
This 30 year collection of games can be yours for $550 000
Daylight is Zombie Studios Unreal engine 4 game
Ratchet and Clank Full Frontal Assault delayed for Vita
Borderlands Legends update opens a loot chest full of new mechanics
David Cage can’t wait to see what can be done with the PS4
Injustice Gods Among Us has a Killer Croc in its sewers


Gabe Newell’s knife collection is terrifyingly impressive
Gamer culture will suffer if next-gen blocks used games
Too many games are getting movies
Fanboyism explained by the boss of Gearbox -  With psychology


Anna – Extended live action trailer
Aliens Colonial Marines – Extended cut First Contact trailer
Remember Me – Out of the slums gameplay

Across the Network

Conspiracy Theory – There’s more than one Bond
Ellen Page to direct Anna Faris in Miss Stevens
The Grinch is once again going to be stealing Christmas
Ben Stiller is going to be spending a third Night at the museum
Movies out today – Mostly for the grown ups
Did these new Star Trek images reveal that Benedict Cumbermatch is Khan?
Nicolas Cage has a beard and isn’t afraid to use it in this first image and synopsis for Joe

Model: Tal Berkovich

Last Updated: February 8, 2013

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