It's funny how everyday has it's own little narrative. Oh no! It's Monday! Hurray, it's Friday. Today is Friday everyone. Hurray! Now — video games.
Well, not a massive news night, really. No-one seems to be tired of reading or writing about Diablo III yet, but this news is probably worth hearing: according to Blizzard, the number of players that are claiming their accounts have been hacked is actually very small. Typically we expect these hacks to be a big, widespread thing, but on this occasion it's not.
I love Maniac Mansion. I also love the whole Metroidvania design thing. I also also love Ron Gilbert. So this Ron Gilbert game that mixes Maniac Mansion with a little Metroidvania? It's precisely the Frankenstein's Monster I've been waiting for!
Apparently Minecraft on the Xbox 360 is getting a difficulty upgrade. BOOM. Scammers who conned people into buying a fake version of Angry Birds have been ordered to give everyone their money back. BOOM. And why does Call of Duty still have a single player campaign? That seems like a silly question to me but also BOOM.
In Short Blizzard: Number Of Players Claiming Hacked Diablo III Accounts Extremely Small Ron Gilbert's New Game Mixes Maniac Mansion With A Little Metroidvania Minecraft On Xbox 360 Will Edge Closer To Its PC Counterpart With Difficult 1.8 Upgrade Why The Next Call Of Duty Still Has A Single Player Campaign Scammers Behind Fake Version Of Angry Birds Ordered To Refund Customers