Sat, Oct 01, 2011 | 00:38 BST
Friday Shorts II: ABBA, Ultima, SWTOR email goof, Gotham City, UC3 Subway
You didn’t think we’d let you get out of here for the weekend without another shorts post did you? What do you take us for? Some sort of benign entity with your best interest at heart? We scoff at you.
- The closed beta for Gotham City Imposters will last five days and starts on October 5.
- Ultima Online has turned 14 years old, and we feel ancient.
- Capcom has outlined more balance changes for SSFIV: AE, in a free patch coming in 2012.
- It’s Friday Screen Time over on GamePron. Go look at the pretty pictures.
- Uncharted 3′s Subway incentive has started. Get to buying those samiches!
- Are gamers heading back to PC gaming? This info-graphic seems to imply such an occurrence.
- Most of you have probably gotten a mistake of an email from Bioware regarding the SWTOR beta and how it wants you to take a survey.
- Hey there, dancing queens, watch this ABBA: You Can Dance announcement trailer from Ubisoft.
- The original Silent Hill 2 actors are coming back for HD Collection, according to all these NeoGAF links sent to us by KAP.
- Anarchy Online is getting a facelift and you can see how that is going over on Massively.
- Some new screens for Star Wars: Clone Wars Adventures have been released.
- Phantasy Star Online 2 service has been pushed into 2012, and a second alpha test is to be held.
- Sony has updated the US PS Movie Store with Transformers: Dark of the Moon, Set Up, Go For It, Gordon Glass, Good Neighbors, Inside Out, and more. Music Unlimited has been updated as well.
- As sure as the sun rises in the East, Koei has a new Warriors Orochi in the works.
- Mike Morhaime is to receive ESA’s philanthropic award for Blizzard’s ongoing fundraising efforts for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
- Science: Violent video games reduce real violence. Ya don’t say?
- Five major updates are coming to Age of Conan within the next year.
- Four tracks from Limp Bizket are coming to Rock Band. No thanks.
- Nordic Games has announced the release of We Sing UK Hits for Wii, the first game in the series to feature music performed entirely by British artists.
- Unsigned metal bands will get their big break through the Supremacy MMA game soundtrack.
- A video for One Piece: Kaizoku Musou, a joint effort between Namco Bandai and Koei Temco, can be watched here.