Sat, Mar 12, 2011 | 23:19 GMT
Saturday Shorts – Battle: Los Angeles, DA2 glitch, Men of War, Dead Island music
Lots of small stuff in the world. Quit looking for it. We have it. Hit the break.
- Gamefront has posted a “how-to” of sorts for a Dragon Age 2 glitch on 360 that will boost your armor to 100 percent just by equipping and unequipping a shield.
- Might and Magic: Clash of Heroes HD, a revamp of the DS RPG-puzzler will hit XBL and PSN next month.
- Gamigo has announced it has a post-apocalyptic MMORPG shooter called Grimlands in the works.
- Those who love the music featured in the Dead Island trailer can now purchase it via iTunes.
- Kotaku has posted a rather comprehensive list of game-related goodness on sale, with a massive reference to National Lampoon’s Vacation.
- A rather large patch for Men of War: Assault Squad has been released.
- Notch, the evil mastermind behind Minecraft, has posted a new blog entry chatting about terrain generation.
- The European release of White Knight Chronicles II lets you skip the first game, included on the disc, and jump into the sequel.
- Soldner-X devs SideQuest Studios have announced Rainbow Moon, an isometric-strategy-RPG-fantasy hitting during Q4 2011 on PSN and XBL.
- Left 4 Dead 2′s latest update is Follow the Liter.
- SOE has put out a new video with DCUO’s creative director Jens Andersen chatting about two origin paths in the game, should players choose the Joker or Batman as a mentor.
- Battle: Los Angeles is now available on Steam.
- Another game created with Epic’s UDK has been revealed by Brazilian developer Calibre Games called The Cuanatun Project.
- The current governor of Kanagawa in Japan has said he’d ban violent videogames should he be elected governor of Tokyo.
- The first promos for Lego Star Wars III have hit television. It’s cute.
- There’s a new trailer for Transformers: Dark of the Moon through the link.
- Final Fantasy 4 Complete Collection’s cards and costumes have been detailed and screened over on Joystiq.
- Joystiq has a video posted for the digital title Gatling Gears on its site. It has enough mechs and missiles in it to make your pants explode.