Tue, Sep 27, 2011 | 08:37 BST
Tuesday shorts – Please Make it Stop Edition
It’s like the Internet developed the ability to vomit, and I’m on mop duty. You may need to set aside some time for this.
- Namco Bandai’s Go Vacation releases for Wii on November 4.
- Freddie Wong’s latest video tackles the troubled question of how to play Splinter Cell.
- Fans have put together an Atari 2600 tribute game to David Lynch’s cult TV series, Twin Peaks. You can play it!
- If you try quite hard, you can see a depiction of a woman’s private parts in Dead Island. Hopefully you have something better to do.
- Kotaku has a gallery of snapshots from Nintendo World’s 25th Anniversary exhibit.
- Check out this trailer for Phantasy Star Online 2.
- SOE is planning to do a bit of an information blowout for Planetside 2 this week. Stay tuned.
- Indie point-and-click adventure Ben There, Dan That is set to see a re-release with special features and a graphical brush up.
- The PC elite are trolling console fans in this Battlefield 3 comparison video.
- The latest Iwata Asks entry is all about the Virtual Boy, Nintendo’s
otherfailed 3D experiment.
- in Dragon Quest X, you can build the home of your dreams, provided you dream about similar things to the developers.
- For some reason, everyone’s started talking about Street Fighter II: Rainbow Edition, a hacked version which circulated in the 90′s and is utterly ridiculous.
- There’s a promotion for Modern Warfare 3 which has players gaining extra XP by buying soda and crisps. It’s causing a shit storm, actually.
- Metroid II: Return of Samus hits the Japanese 3DS Virtual Console service this week. Our turn next, please!
- Fighter fans probably want to check out these patch notes for Street Fighter III: Online Edition.
- Bastion developer Supergiant has moved into fancy new digs, and shared some photos on Facebook. I hope this means the game was a resounding success!
- There’s DLC coming for XBLA hack-and-slash Crimson Alliance.
- As you know, Metal Gear Solid creator Hideo Kojima and Grasshopper Manufacture teamed up to make Sdatcher, a radio drama based on Snatcher. It’s pretty inaccessible to English-speakers, but here’s a great video with a proper translation.
- A new trailer for Serious Sam 3: BFE stars helpline operator Rich Knuckles.
- If you have issues getting your laundry done, perhaps this arcade cabinet will help.
Today’s unrelated street art.