Not long to go before all the big games are out and the Christmas News Drought begins, but that doesn’t explain the huge amount of weirdness in this edition of Snatch. Cat hats, barking ministers, people tied to billboards, floating wrestlers – whut whut whut???
Before we get to the bonkers bits here is something sensible to start with, the news that Cityconomy will launch on PC on 2nd December.
Boris Johnson, possible future Prime Minister of UK, tries virtual reality and barks like a dog.
The finale of Telltale’s Game Of Thrones series will be landing on Tuesday, November 17th for PC/Mac, PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and compatible iOS and Android-based devices.
To launch Rise of the Tomb Raider Microsoft tied eight people to a billboard in London and live streamed the event. Anyone who watching the stream (which you can do here) could torture survivalists with strong winds, rain on or snow.
Microsoft also did something we’ve all wanted to do and stranded four YouTube stars in the wilds of Siberia. Unfortunately they all survived.
Life is Feudal gets another trailer showing numerous gameplay enhancements, upgraded DirectX 11 visuals, and completely reworked UI.
I despair sometimes, but whilst games journos post rubbish this feature will remain. This week’s blinding obvious not-news:
- Eurogamer report that using a SSD (Solid State Drive) will speed up the loading times and performance of Fallout 4.
Callin all hipsters! Jessica Curry’s beautifully crafted score for Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture will be released on vinyl at the end of November,
An amusing bug from WWE 2K16, someone seems to have turned off gravity!
Thanks to the latest patch, you can now wear cats as hats in Metal Gear Online.
Fallout 4‘s Codsworth have an extensive list of names he can call you, you can check out all 900 or so here. And yes, he can refer to you as Boobies.
Staying with Fallout 4, did the writers have a little dig at people who buy Collector’s Editions?
Zodiac: Orcanon Odyssey, which Tef previewed as “one to pay attention to”, is out on iOS now with console versions following next year.
And Finally, Halo vs Destiny!