Mirror's Edge: Catalyst Delayed Until June
The upcoming Mirror's Edge prequel hasn't been looking promising, as we covered last week. Well, maybe EA's putting some work into making it a little bit better—or maybe they're just doing it because they can—because Mirror's Edge: Catalyst has been delayed by two weeks, from the 26th of May until the 9th of June. You might remember that the previous release date was set to be February 23rd. I'll repeat what I said back then: there's probably a very good reason that they delayed the game. But that won't stop my self-righteous indignation!
PewDiePie and Palmer Luckey Named Two of the World's Most Influential People
Each year, Time Magazine releases lists of who they consider the 100 Most Influential People in the world. This years list contains two people who probably shouldn't be on it: Felix Kjellberg, A.K.A "PewDiePie", and Palmer Luckey, creator of the Oculus Rift. PewDiePie may have gotten over forty million subscribers from screaming at video games, but he wasn't the first Let's Player and he's certainly not the last. And I doubt the Oculus Rift will make waves outside of gaming for quite a long time. When it does, though, the person who does that will probably be worth putting on this list.
What's that? Trey Parker and Ridley Scott might not be the best judges of what someone's influence might be? Color me shocked.
New Five Nights at Freddy's Game Probably Teased
Scott Cawthon, developer of all those games you already know he developed, has updated his website to feature a teaser for what's probably a new Five Night's at Freddy's game. The website suggests that the new game will take place at a different location to the previous, and that there might even be different anthropomorphic animals! The furry porn artists are going to have a field day with this one.
Sega Re-Re-Releasing Classic Mega Drive Games on Steam, With Modding Support
The Sega Mega Drive, known as the Sega Genesis outside of the rest of the world, has a lot of what I presume are pretty good games. Sega's had a lot of these games on Steam for a while now. But now, they're re-re-releasing them all on Steam via the Sega Mega Drive Classics Hub! This hub doesn't just offer a few more games than you could previously buy on Steam—it also offers the ability to mod Sega Mega Drive games! Why would you do that? How do you do that? I don't know and it doesn't say. But this might be pretty cool!
Lego's Releasing a $200 Minecraft Set
Minecraft is sort of like Lego, I guess. You've got blocks, and you build things based on your imagination. Well, that is, unless you're building based off of a set. So, obviously, that led Lego to design their very own Minecraft 'The Village' set, which you can pick up for the low, low price of $199. You could also just pick up plain old Lego bricks and put them together to make the buildings seen in a Minecraft village, and then you'd have basically the same thing for probably quite a bit less than $200.
You Can Still Download P.T., If You Really Put The Effort Into It
Back when Konami was still being a huge dick about that whole "Kojima" thing, they removed P.T. from the PlayStation store. Since then, there's been no way to download the game to your PS4. Well, some people have found a sort-of solution—as long as you downloaded the game in the past. Basically, what you have to do is run a proxy on your computer, so that the PS4 will download P.T. from your computer. Apparently, it works! So go out and try that thing.