Get your Wednesday-themed shorts after the break. It’s all go from here.
- Will Wright’s new company Stupid Fun Group has been refused entry into E3, having turned back its art director. The reason? It “isn’t in the electronic entertainment industry.” Oops.
- There’s a life-size version of Fruit Ninja you can watch over at Joystiq. It was made using Kinect, a WiiMote and CAVE hardware.
- For those into fan-made movies, there’s some Silent Hill and Dragon Age stuff on Joystiq.
- “Crysis 2′s Shocking Tech Compromise: Proof,” is the headline from RPS as it takes a technical look at the Crytek shooter. Note: it’s a piss take.
- The remastered version of Broken Sword II for PC and Mac is nearly done, according to Revolution Software.
- There’s an N64 emulator already playable on Xperia Play. Video’s here. Thanks, Tom.
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