Happy Monday, everyone! On top of today's SUPER SPECIAL OMG Minecraft review, Max and Tara also have some news on Beyond Good & Evil 2, a trailer for Assassin's Creed 3, and hints of both Avengers and Family guy video game tie-ins.
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Michel "I make lovely games" Ancel has reignited hope for Beyond Good & Evil 2, claiming that it is definitely still in production, but that it will not be coming to Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Instead, it's pointed at the next generation of consoles. (Jim Sterling)
Activision and Fox announced today the impending arrival of a new Family Guy game. Inspired by the season 8 premiere episode, "Road to the Multiverse," Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse is currently in development for unspecified consoles. Also unspecified is any kind of release date, whether it will be a retail or downloadable title or even any details on play. (Conrad Zimmerman)
Minecraft is endearing and regularly fascinates for as long as one's personal mileage can take them. I don't regret the engrossing, addictive, and often boring adventure I've had. No matter how tired I may be by the end of a day's excavating, stone smelting, and undead slaying, I can say that, overall, it was worth the effort. Just about. (Jim Sterling)