Not exactly packed with exciting news today but I am just heading out to buy a robotic vacuum cleaner, which is very exciting indeed.
Onto the games then and the reboot of Shaq Fu is an actual thing and not a joke. It also comes with a rather dubious IndieGoGo campaign in which you can pay $6500 to work on the game (!) or $25,000 to have dinner the Shaq – but you have to pay for your own flights to Atlanta.
If you are in the United States and call 1-844-HELP-DUP (1-844-435-7387) then you will hear an inFamous Second Son Easter Egg. Alternatively, click here to listen to the audio.
Criterion co-founders Alex Ward and Fiona Sperry have announced their new studio, Three Fields Entertainment. They will be releasing games “for all platforms where we can self-publish”, so that includes consoles and mobile.
Need For Speed Rivals has got itself a bit of free DLC, the Koenigsegg One:1.
This is not a joke: Goat Simulator will be released on April 1st.
Yes, Borderlands 2 for Playstation Vita has cross save support with Borderlands 2 for Playstation 3. Thanks, Iron Galaxy! Home stretch!
— Randy Pitchford (@DuvalMagic) March 5, 2014
Borderlands 2 on PS Vita is almost done. Woo!
DLC for Call of Duty: Black Ops II sneaked on to the store earlier in the week. No, that is not me being confused; it really is for Black Ops II, not Ghosts.
Meanwhile, on TwitchTV via The Playroom….
Retro fans will be pleased to learn that the complete Turrican soundtrack is now available on Spotify.
The Independant has a rather inappropriate but amusing report of a man being stabbed by the Master Sword from Zelda.
Few could doubt the power of the Master Sword, not only has it defeated countless incarnations of Ganondorf in the Legend of Zelda series, but now it has hospitalised a Texan.
The ex-husband was taken to hospital following the altercation, but not before he, in true Zelda fashion, smashed a pot.
Read the full story (and the equally amusing comments) here.
Have you spotted the Resogun ship hiding in Dead Nation?
And Finally, Mario Kart 8 is the latest title to ship with a bit of plastic tat that collect dust on the shelf.