Happy Wednesday, folks! Max and Tara are back and they've got some new trailers for MechWarrior Online and BioShock Infinite, along with some details on the hot new KickStarter everyone's backing, PeterMolydeux's GameJam 2012, and more!
Episode 280 of the Destructoid Show: GDC Wrap-up!
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After weeks of talk, inXile Entertainment has finally set up a Kickstarter for Wasteland 2. The so-called "Godfather of post apocalyptic RPGs" is set to return, with a little help from the community. The plan is for respected producer Brian Fargo and his team to get $900,000 in just over a month. At the time of writing, inXile has 549 pledges worth $40,915. (Jim Sterling)
This week's "Heavy Hitters" trailer from Irrational looks at the Handyman, a large-fingered porcelain robot with a human heart. Being on BioShock Infinite's art team must be so much fun. In the above video, a number of studio faces discuss what the Handyman can do, how he fights, and some of his design's evolution. It's pretty cool stuff, but remember not to watch if you want everything to be a surprise. They're giving away a lot of the goods with these trailers. (Jim Sterling)
Mass Effect 3 director Casey Hudson has addressed the controversial ending options for his game, and he currently remains unapologetic. Hudson justified the enraging conclusion to the trilogy by saying he wanted it to be memorable. He certainly got that. (Jim Sterling)