News Snatch: Dragon Age: Inquisition, Minecraft And Project CARS

Greetings Snatchlings, let’s start with something that could have come straight from the brain of Douglas Adams, I present to you the entire country of Denmark recreated in Minecraft.

Staying with the blocky building game, a clever chap has recreated it using Cry-Engine and it now has fully destructible environments and improved physics.

Dark Souls 2 developer From Software has been purchased by Kadokawa Shoten, the Japanese publisher of Lollipop Chainsaw and Killer is Dead.

Time for some release dates courtesy of those lovely chaps at Curve.

  • Titan Attacks (PS4, PS3, PS Vita) – May 7th
  • The Swapper (PS4, PS3, PS Vita) – June 25th
  • Mousecraft (PS4, PS3, PS Vita, PC) – July 9th

Guerilla Games have placed a job advert which includes the requirement to have “Developed micro-transactions and/or nontraditional recurring revenue models. Have developed or supported online gaming communities or titles with a large social focus.” Could their new PS4 game be free-to-play?

Sniper Elite 3 includes the rather fantastic concept of vehicle take-downs.

Why Bioshock Infinite took so long to develop.

Injustice: Gods Among Us may be getting a sequel, rumours abound it will appear next year.

Behind the Scenes of the recent PS4 release, Octodad: Dadliest Catch.

Can you tell the difference between Project CARS and real life?

Naruto Storm Revolution is coming PC, Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 this September, check out these news screens.

An official product description for Final Fantasy XV has been released and, well, it sounds horrible.

The battles featured in Final Fantasy 15 have evolved greatly from the previous games of the series, as it’s created as an action game. The game switches seamlessly from the field to battle and the combat situation evolves rapidly. It goes on quickly with a sense of full realism.

An action game? An ACTION game?? Like God of War? Oh dear lord.



A PC trailer from Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare which will be released on June 27th.

Well that was a long scroll down the page, bet you mouse finger is aching now. At least you had the chance to look at a load of lovely Dragon Age: Inquisition screens.

And Finally, make yourself a nice cuppa, grab some biscuits and sit down to watch this rather lengthy but interesting video in which Mark Cerny interviews Shuhei Yoshida.


  1. That Project Cars video is very impressive!

    • Yeah, but the real life footage was probably recorded using a calculator or stop-watch. Horrible quality.

  2. FF XV AKA Versus has always been known as an action game. Which is why it was a spinoff in the first place.

    I recommend the long talk between Yoshida and Cerny, watched it yesterday in the tub. Brilliant and very interesting stuff, there’s even a fair bit of humour. I wish it was an hour longer though as they skipped a lot. It’s mostly about the PS1 era.

    • I’ll be watching that then! Not in the tub though, that’s brave of you, I’d be afraid of throwing my phone in the water a bit like how some of us morons are afraid off cliff edges because we might throw ourselves off.

  3. Mmmmm Project Cars.

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