It’s April Fool again. That means it’s time to sift through the lies to find the actual news. Luckily, the following are all fake.
Blizzard released a video displaying the would-be “Star Craft Motion: Overdrive ,” where two players take on a lone South Korean and are somehow able to come out on top – likely due to the motion capture abilities of Microsoft’s Kinect.
Gaming accessory company Astro displays its new line of gilded controllers and headsets for the low price of $999.95. Designed for the ‘player’ within the player, these controllers would most likely look best as jewlery than actually being used.
Online retailer Think Geek has unveiled, among other things, a new snack – Angry Birds Pork Rinds , which Think Geek describes as
Super Monkey Cube’s announcement from the SEGA blog is listed as a real-time turn-based RPG with action elements. “Take turns, read long story arcs, level up with confusingly intricate menus and discover a flat world unlike any other.”
In the vein of everyone’s favourite Window’s 95 paperclip; Blizzard has unveiled its latest dungeon helper named “Crabby”. Not real, but it would be nice to have some help creating an Azerothian resume for my herbalist proficiency.