In Other News – 18 April 2012
With hump day conquered, slapped and made fun, it’s time to start looking forward to the weekend. Right now, most of you with some cash to spare will either be getting ready for Prototype 2 soon, investing in extra controllers for Trials Evolution or have picked up The Witcher 2 already.
I’m busy experiencing the majesty of said witchering game right now actually, and I’m enjoying it so much, that I’ve even put my usual rounds of Kingdom Rush on hold. So, if you haven’t already bought it, check out our contest over here.
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In Other News: Peter Griffin goes beta and it might be freakin’ sweet, Crysis has a psychotic return awaiting players and Dark Souls PC goes giant.
Here’s the news that we didn’t post, because we were far too busy discussing geography and Dragonball Z enunciation issues.
Ubisoft: Digital shelf is unlimited, but has discoverability issues
Orion: Dino Beatdown release has been delayed
Family Guy online enters open beta
Level 5 CEO teases the next Professor Layton game
Crysis 3 details confirm new nanosuit powers and the return of Psycho
22 new Tekken Tag Tournament 2 screenshots
Why CDPR decided to update the Witcher 2 for free
Dark Souls PC screenshots shows a giant dragon, a giant hand and a giant giant
The real mythological influences of Final Fantasy
Five games that you will never get bored of
Top five iPhone dice games
Across the Networks
Yahoo prepares to axe over 50 services
The iPad 3 gets a South African April release date
The inside of a space shuttle is all kinds of 3D magnificent
Darren Aronofsky shops around a new George Washington movie
The vault is opening on dozens of Disney films
Gerard Butler is getting ready for a manhunt
Michael Douglas is going to have a hangover in Last Vegas
Disney wants to take a wild ride with Mr Toad
Midweek mouth-off: The greatest film trilogy of all time
Happy birthday David – A new Prometheus viral video
Director Tony Gilroy talks Bourne Legacy story, shaky cameras and a first look at Edward Norton’s villain
The Hunger Games age restriction has been dropped to 13V
Model: Summer Crosley