Let’s start with a load of 80’s-style imagery combined with Star Wars in “Sunrise on Endor”:
Now, onto less glam-festooned (but still interesting) matters:
• Fans of the SCP Foundation will be glad to know Dr. Jack Bright is reviewing games on Steam.
• Scientists have discovered something they’re calling “Spider Milk.” Even if it cured baldness, gave people eternal youth, and was a perfect sugar substitute, it’d probably still have some major marketing problems if it was cultivated for consumer consumption.
• A YouTube animator might have the solution to Bethesda’s current problems with one of its more well-known franchises. How about giving us a LEGO Fallout? It’s only the intro to Fallout 3 thus far, but if they were really serious about making a game involving scavenging and crafting…
• Speaking of Fallout, if the devs ever want a nifty thing from the futuristic past on which to show videos, they could adapt the Panoram and Scopitone, 1940’s and 1950’s era video jukeboxes.
• From the “headlines I thought I’d never read,” especially having grown up on the old Superfriends cartoon, here’s an article about how a sequel to Aquaman is already being planned.
• I’d post this game just for the name alone: Total Party Kill has you controlling three adventurers, each with their own special attack, with the goal of getting at least one to survive each level, often at the cost of the others’ lives. Just like at a real gaming table.