Um, so we missed Monday… and to make up for it, we’re giving you more for your money! (It’s free as always of course.)
- Not even pretending to fully grasp this one. Steam OS is a new Linux based operating system for your… “living room machines.” Sounds like it’ll stream games to your TV from your PC or Mac. So… streaming is there answer for the living room? Will there still be a proper SteamBox? Only time will tell. Here’s the official Steam OS page.
- God of War creator David Jaffe has started a new game studio The Bartlet Jones Supernatural Detective Agency. Yep that’s what it’s called. Apparently they’ll be making games in their spare time away from hunting ghosts with the agency’s eponymous founder. That’s their story and they’re sticking to it. Tongue firmly planted in cheek of course. They do have a game on the way though and an unnamed publisher to boot. Polygon reports.
- The Xbox One’s interface is “clean, uncluttered and powerful” says Destructoid, will allow users to run 4 apps simultaneously, sign in at the wave of a hand and supports up to six simultaneous users. Video will be shareable only on Xbox Live at launch, on YouTube and Facebook in 2014. (Destructoid)
Trailers:-Wonder Flick is Level Five’s (Ni No Kuni, Professor Layton series) latest. It features mobile and tablet integration and will apparently be coming to no less than PS3, PS4, PS Vita, Xbox One, and Wii U. So they’ve got you covered.
–Beyond: Two Souls has a demo and here it is if you’d rather watch it than play it. Gotta say this looks very cool.