Wednesday shorts: The Dishwasher: Vampire Smile, Tekken, UDK

By Johnny Cullen, Wednesday, 9 March 2011 14:38 GMT

Here are your messy bits for Wednesday. Keep it tight, soldier.

  • There’s this game that you can play in your address bar. Thanks, BI.
  • The official forums for Final Fantasy XI and Final Fantasy XIV have opened. Massively has the details.
  • Following a request from staff, an Australian MP accepted a request to allow Bejeweled Blitz to be playable. The speaker of the legislative assembly, however, turned down the request. Go to GP for the lot.
  • Moon Diver’s been dated for PSN. US PS Blog says it’ll be out on March 29.
  • Joystiq says that The Dishwasher: Vampire Smile will go on sale on April 10 for 800 MSP.
  • The Legend of Zelda is so much better than these modern games. At least, that’s what Love creator Eskil Steenberg told EG.
  • You can now download the Beyond Good and Evil soundtrack for free through here.
  • GameSpot has an interview with Pac-Man creator Toru Iwatani. Watch it if you’re into all things Pac.
  • Nyko’s introduced a battery back that will extend the battery life of 3DS from six to ten hours. More on GamesRadar.
  • Indie dev Pixelante is holding a Facepalm Gaming Marathon, where it’ll play the hardest games ever. It’s even streaming it. GSW has the deets.
  • Joystiq had a sit down with Riot Games’ Marc Merrill at GDC about its recent accusation by Chinese company Tencent.
  • Epic’s releasing an update to the Unreal Development Kit today. IGN has the details.
  • Paradox has released the Wizard’s Survival Kit for Magicka. More on BigDownload.
  • D’Toid has up video interviews for WWE All-Stars. It also has one with Rey Mysterio. Watch that shit, innit.
  • There’s an MLB 2K11 dev diary on GoNintendo.
  • Despite a recent introduction of a curfew, Vietnamese teens are still managing to play online games. GP has the news.
  • Men of War Assault Squad’s getting a special edition in Europe, according to BigDownload.
  • A new game in the Atelier series from Gust is on the way for PS3. More on IGN.
  • A UK Tekken community, Tekken Force, is to start holding monthly tournaments for Tekken 6 in HMV Gamerbase in London’s Trocadero. More on Play.tm.

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