Home In Other News–11 December 2015

In Other News–11 December 2015

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Keep your Friday! I’ll build my own day to kick back and relax on when it comes to weekend! With blackjack! And hookers! Only without the Blackjack or the day itself…Ah forgot the whole thing, I’m off to Vegas.

In Other News: MineCraft: A New Hope arrives later this month, Fable Legends has gone dark, white collar crime pays off in GTA V and watch some robots build a Steam controller.

Here’s the news that we didn’t post today, because I was busy prepping my surface to hair missile for when Donald Trump visits.


Xbox One Wireless Adapter now supports Windows 7&8.1
Minecraft: Story Mode episode 4 hits later this month
Watch robots build the Steam Controller
CCP has given EVE’s ship browser ‘ISIS’ a new name
Mechwarrior Online is now on Steam
You can now make your own Hotline Miami 2 levels
Executives and Other Criminals comes to GTA Online next week
Fable Legends still nowhere to be found this year, even the beta


Meet some box art specialists
What does it take to run Just Cause 3 at 1080p60?
Star Wars Battlefront in 4K is just hahahahaha who can even run this?


Rogue Galaxy – PS4 gameplay trailer
Hob – PSX debut trailer
The Tomorrow Children – Beta announce trailer

Last Updated: December 11, 2015


  1. Noooooooooo! I NEED FABLE LEGENDS DAMMIT!!!????


  2. HvR

    December 11, 2015 at 16:18

    I’ll take Donald Trump over JZ any day of the week.

    So swop out those for air-to-double-mound missles


  3. Captain JJ 4x

    December 11, 2015 at 16:20

    All those who’ve already left us is losing out on Futurama Friday!


    • Ottokie

      December 11, 2015 at 17:21

      But Futurama has been lost to us long a go 🙁


  4. HvR

    December 11, 2015 at 16:24

    Developers of EVE online clearly have no balls.


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