It's Wednesday and this week is dragging for me (mostly because I'm on a juice diet for a Lifehacker experiment) but I'm glad we're halfway through. Anyways, onto the video game news!
This interview with EA's Peter Moore is interesting, but he doesn't say too much we haven't heard before. He does reinforce the fact that EA is all about online experiences -- in all games -- and that will not change. Another point he makes: the free-to-play model is here to stay and will be a major part of EA's future planning.
I love this art: these are some earlier pieces of art for The Legend Of Zelda: A Link To The Past. It's scary, it's completely different. It's weird. It might also have been a bit awesome. Who knows where Zelda would be today if they went down that path.
LEGO Ghostbusters? Oh dear God yes. I probably wouldn't buy it, but I want it to exist. This version of GTAV lets you play online as Niko Bellic's son and this is another card game that will make you do terrible, terrible things.
In Short $150 Version Of GTA V Let's You Play Online As Niko Bellic's Son LEGO Ghostbusters? Yes Please A Card Game That Makes You Do Terrible, Terrible Things Some Of The Earliest Ideas For An Adult Link Hmm, Here's Engadget's Interview With EA's Peter Moore...