Every day, Horrible Night is on the look out for the most interesting news items in the gaming industry to pass along to you with our unique take. The articles that just miss the cut end up in the Shiny Objects feed which can be viewed here (or on the sidebar of the site) and subscribed to here. Each week we will be recapping the shiniest of the objects, while looking for your feedback so that you can help us define what type of gaming news is the most interesting.
After a much needed day off after the holiday weekend, we are ready for some gaming. So let’s dive into the news highlights from last week to get caught up.
Tell us what we missed and what we got right with the wrong opinion.
27 headlines distracted us last week, in reverse chronological order here’s the best from that list.
Escape with Your Kane and Lynch 2 Demo This Week – Co-Optimus
I get more and more excited about this game the more I read about it. Can’t wait to try it and forget the first one ever existed.
World of Warcraft movie an in-game affair – Gamespot
In-game? That better be a misquote. I don’t want to pay for a glorified machinima.
Amazon lists Team ICO Collection for 2011 – Destructoid
Amazon France isn’t really Amazon. But I’ll hate you both if this rumor isn’t true.
Rock Band 3 To Feature Real-Time Pitch Correction – G4
Is it cheating if auto-tune is used by real musicians too?
Xbox 360’s Kinect to Support Only 2 Players at a Time? – Industry Gamers
What? Your living room is big enough for 4 people waving their bodies around like crazy people?
World of Warcraft: Cataclysm beta begins… now! – Destructoid
Forgot the word Closed in your title there.
DeathSpank Trailer Shows Co-op Unicorn Slaughter – ShackNews
That title didn’t intrigue you?
Quick Look: Limbo – Giant Bomb
We’ve had our eye on Limbo for a while now, see it in action.
The Jimquisition: Hey Zelda fans, STFU! – Destructoid
Whoa, am I becoming a Jim Sterling fan?
ION releasing new ‘Drum Rocker Pro’ this holiday – Giant Bomb
The pedal was pretty weak on the original. Glad they are offering it standalone.