This week in news we saw games as addictive as crack, noodle power, million dollar special editions, deeply flawed server security, and national videogame tournaments. Here’s the wrap up so you know what’s going on. I mean, who doesn’t want to stay up to date on things?
Crytek can secure a prophet, but not their information, apparently.
Lego has finally made the leap to making the Delorean from Back to the Future. Now we just need the hover board.
Researchers are calling for less addictive MMOs. Good luck with that, it’s like asking crack dealers to start selling crack that doesn’t get people addicted.
A Japanese company has turned udon noodles into an electrical source. Is there anything that Japan can’t do with noodles?
American McGee said that the Kickstarter for his game, OZombie, would have been cancelled even if it had reached its goal. So, this zombie was killed before it even had a chance to re-animate.
The Super Dangerous Wad Wad Edition of Saints Row IV has been announced, and comes with a whopping price tag of one million dollars. Because an extravagant game should have a really extravagant version.
Bethesda announced that they’re going to stick with publishing a small number of quality games. Quality wins over quantity again, and with that we all can declare ourselves winners of some sort.