Flying cattle class from one continent to another has improved, but one thing remains the same: the in-flight games are still pretty crap.
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For the first time in my life last week, I missed a flight. That set in a degree of panic and frustration I'd not encountered before, and I can completely understand why: nobody wants to be stuck in an airport, especially when you're thousands of kilometres from home. Especially when it's your fault.
But there are plenty of things that can go wrong when travelling. So for this week's Off Topic, let's talk about airline disasters.
Blizzard has gone back on its controversial plan to keep flying out of World of Warcraft's newest area, Draenor. Kinda.
Japan's popular series about life inside video games is getting another game. It lets you fly. Sword Art Online is a story with multiple arcs, perhaps the most famous being its initial story involving a game of death where players are trapped inside an MMO and dying in the game means dying in real life.