In case you missed today's live show, we'e got details on Sony's weird-ass hybrid controller patent, story changes for Sony's God of War movie, details on Black Ops II for Wii U, and an homage to Nintendo Power's final issue! Also, THQ has a new Humble Bundle and Guillermo Del Toro has a new publisher for his game, inSANE.
Episode 395 of the Destructoid Show:
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A new patent from Sony has revealed a unique little idea that potentially hints at future PlayStation plans -- a hybridized controller that blends both the DualShock and PlayStation Move into one gestalt beast. (Jim Sterling)
The latest Humble Bundle is not exactly "indie" but they could still probably use your help. THQ has thrown their lot in with the program, bringing four games and soundtracks to comprise the Humble THQ Bundle. (Conrad Zimmerman)
What we know about the God of War movie doesn't exactly inspire confidence, but the latest update on the adaptation from screenplay writers Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan has me feeling slightly better about the situation. (Jordan Devore)
After spending the past two days with the Wii U version of Call of Duty: Black Ops II, I have found all my worries about the GamePad's ability to handle fast-paced first-person shooters melt away. In fact, I may now consider the Wii U my go-to console for future FPS games ... when I'm not playing on PC. (Jim Sterling)
We were hoping to wait until the mag hit newsstands on December 11, but since this photo of its cover has been making the rounds all day, we figured we might as well share the news now. I mean, who wouldn't want to alert the world to this masterful stroke of nostalgia? (Tony Ponce)