Blimey is it Wednesday already? Time to launch the good ship Snatch in to the depths of the interweb and continue its five year* mission, discovering new planets and new civilisations, boldly going where everyone else has gone before, just a bit later and with more snark.
*Really not doing this for five years.
Sony are testing a new patch for the PS3 version of Minecraft that should go live very shortly and this what you should expect to be tweaked and fixed.
- Fix for issue in multiplayer/splitscreen which could cause save file corruption.
- Fix for memory issue causing random game freezes and exits to XMB.
- Fix for being unable to join games at times (“The host has exited the game” message incorrectly being displayed).
- Fix for splitscreen crash on adding a player when language is Russian.
- Fix for issue which can prevent leaderboard updates and some trophy awards.
- Fix for issue causing “No DLC offers available” message when converting trial to full version.
- Fix for game render glitch when a new streaming music track starts up.
- Fix for a lighting issue on a network client.
- Fix for the block damage decal being incorrectly offset
- Fix for selected item text not fading off screen if a menu is opened when it’s visible.
- Fix for “Where are we now” music disc
- Fix for issue with Ghasts firing at certain angles
- A few rendering performance improvements
Watch this new trailer for a sneak peek of the mysteries and monsters you will face in Dark Souls II.
There were rumours of a Halo movie directed by Ridley Scott but these have been quashed. “We plan to continue telling the Halo story through innovative channels, but there are no plans for a Halo motion picture at this time,” Microsoft told Eurogamer.
On the other paw, a Tekken movie prequel has been confirmed and it has the title “A Man Called X” and will star Dead or Alive actor Kane Kosugi.
62,000 people have won themselves the God of War: Ascension Platinum trophy.
Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare has a spunky new trailer.
News from the HR Department: Black Tusk are looking for people to help with their new Xbox One exclusive IP.
Sledgehammer are also looking for someone to help them with the next Call of Duty game. The team have worked on previous CoD titles so this is not an indication that they have taken over main development duties.
Obsidian Entertainment are looking for new peeps as well, specifically “a talented and experienced UI artist to design the user experience for a next generation game.”
If you are holding out for a PS4 version of Home then, er, don’t, at least not for a good long while.
“We actually haven’t talked much about Home; probably a conversation for later, we haven’t said a lot publicly about it lately other than it’s still available,” said SCEA VP of Marketing for Consoles and Handhelds, John Koller
“You know, it was really successful for us with PlayStation 3 – PlayStation 3 is still a platform that we’re supporting pretty heavily, so we’ll see,” he added.
No platforms have been announced for the VGX show stopper, No Man’s Sky, but Sean Murray, Hello Games founding chap, told Edge that he wanted the game to include a “feeling of responsiveness, of bounciness, of what I would call ‘console gameplay’. That’s how we want No Man’s Sky to feel: responsive, immediate, running at 60fps.”
To get the game running at 60fps will probably require the extra oomph of the PS4 and Xbox One.
And Finally, something weird from Sony.