Saturday Gaming News – 2/11/13

November 2, 2013

    • Warner Bros have confirmed that they’re working hard to fix the various bugs that have plagued Batman: Arkham Origins.  These include the infinite falling issue, and the corrupted save files in the Xbox 360 version.
    • George Romero is not impressed by The Walking Dead franchise. He mentioned the time when he turned down an offer to work on a couple of episodes, and said “Basically it’s just a soap opera with a zombie occasionally.”
    • Sony have released a promotional video for the PlayStation Vita TV in Japan. They show off all the features, including playing Vita games on a TV, watching movies, and streaming PlayStation 4 gameplay from one room of the house to another.

    • Surprisingly, Sony’s Japanese branch have also teased a PocketStation related announcement which will be revealed on the 5th of November. The PocketStation was a small handheld game device that was compatible with the original PlayStation console. Gamers could use it as a memory card, but it was also capable of playing mini-games that were displayed on its LCD screen, much like the DreamCast’s VMU.
    • Right after Sony revealed that the PlayStation 4 will not be able to play CDs, and will lack DLNA support, Microsoft have confirmed that the Xbox One will do both.
    • Infinity Ward have given Gamespot a video preview of Call of Duty: Ghosts‘ rather intense Extinction mode, which features four players taking on a horde of aliens.