Minecraft seems wonderful. Beyond my ADD-addled brain, but wonderful. Seems to encourage creativity in the youth and beyond, and I respect the fuck out of that. So I continue to cheer on its rampant, rampaging success.
Are you like me? Well, that depends. Do you want to create an indie game where the protagonist must consume pixelated cans of Diet Dew in order to shit laser beams at bouncing pixelated Mark Millar fans? Well, if you are!, now you can create this game for the both of us. On XB1. With your store-bought console.
Microsoft wants YOU, fuckboy!, for their Top Secret Xbox projects. Provided of course that you have the leet skillz required to execute their astounding vision. What could it be? Kinect with responsive teledildonics? A VR headset like everyone else? I can only imagine.
I know, I know. You think XBL, you think slurs and adolescence. I get it. But still — imagine being the motherfucker who conceived and implemented the gaming juggernaut online service bonanza (at least last generation)? Boyd Multerer is that dude. And he’s outtie-5000 from Microsoft.
What the fuck is Cryptolicious? A man’s fried brain desperately trying to come up with a title. That same man’s brain failing. But efforting anyways, promising itself it’ll at least keep functioning until the large chicken parmesan calzone arrives. Soon: food. But now: cryptocurrency news.
Microsoft has filed a trademark for Battletoads. According to the Web, of course. SURELY YOU JEST, CRUEL INTERNET? Don’t fuck around with me. I’m more than fucking ready to rock out to a modern, side-scrolling Toadtacular beat ’em up. So don’t play with my heart.
Microsoft is looking to get into the fucking Minecraft game even harder. To the tune of $2 billion dollars. I say goddamn!, that’s a lot of mines being crafted. (What does that mean, Caff? Absolutely nothing!)
Last month, Microsoft killed Xbox Entertainment Studios. This month, it seems like they’re trying to pawn the dead-not-dead original programming company off onto an
sucker interested party. So far, that sucker interested party seems to be Warner Bros.
Rise of the Tomb Raider is only going to be rolling up on Xbox consoles, and man I can only imagine the staggering amount of cash Microsoft threw around to procure this exclusive. And I wonder if this is a timed exclusive, or an outright? None the less. This is one of those times that I’m glad I’m a materialistic, completionist, Day 1 whore.
Microsoft’s foray into original entertainment didn’t really progress beyond the zygotic stage. (I don’t know if that’s accurate, I just wanted to say “zygotic stage.”) The company has announced they’re putting the fucking kibosh on Xbox Entertainment Studios. This announcement is part of Microsoft’s slimming down at the hands of the company’s new Czar.