Jesus people, this game isn't even due out for another two years, I doubt they've even thought about 'extras' yet
It's been a long time in the works, hope it turns out to be worth it
Tiny panda gets my vote
Reviewers will have received copies (indeed, you can watch various 'unboxing' videos around and about the place) - it's just that review copies will start working at exactly the same time as regular copies start working.
Night matches and weather huh? Cool.
Ono he didn't! (.... sorry)
Tabloids in scummy reporting shocker. Here's everything you ever need to know about writing for that industry: http://tabloid-watch.blogsp...
Will I be able to smack people around with other bits of D.I.Y. equipment though? I want to beat up wrestlers with some laminate flooring!
Well ... you can suggest Harris made it up I guess, but he's relating a first-hand account and was on a panel with three other people. I think it would be unwise to fabricate a story in those circumstances.
He doesn't seem to really do sequels, but apparently DoubleFine are working on four games right now - so there should be something to suit your tastes.
This game's title always looks so weird to me without the u in honour - I'M SORRY AMERICA
gotta say, this looks terrific - Zeno Clash was by the same guys and absolutely mental (in a good way)
cool, an advert for an advert disguised as a news piece
they keep saying this, but a game based around war - especially a contemporary war - is about politics whether it likes it or not
15 seconds advertising an advert. Marketing is breaking new frontiers here.
what's not to like about a giant, angry moose-deer
the KYE story was all over the gaming press, so this blog piece is pretty welpzone
Didn't realise I'd be able to play as Sharpe.
The Korea Times article says "The Games Rating Board's decision to designate StarCraft II for gamers 18 years and older..." - it was previous beta/test versions which got the 15+ rating. According to the news source, anyway.
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