Tara's back in the studio today and ready to share her thoughts on Peter Molyneux's latest mindgame, Curiosity: What's in the Cube? Also, the Wii U is officially dumping friend codes and instating multiple accounts, Uncharted: Fight for Fortune is a card game for the Vita, and more.
Happy Wednesday! Tara's back in the studio today and ready to share her thoughts on Peter Molyneux's latest mindgame, Curiosity: What's in the Cube? Also, the Wii U is officially dumping friend codes and instating multiple accounts, Uncharted: Fight for Fortune is a card game for the Vita, and Halo 4's sexism ban is ... not a thing anymore. Huzzah?
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Last week, Halo 4 was at the center of a brouhaha with word that sexist behavior in Halo 4 online play would net the user a lifetime ban. We spoke with Microsoft to shed light on these questions, and were informed instead that Xbox Live's banning policy had, in fact, not changed, and certainly wasn't being upgraded or altered for Halo 4. (Jim Sterling)
The wheels of progress keep turning! Not only are Americans now legally allowed to marry bags of marijuana, Nintendo is permitting more than one user to create an identity on the Wii U. Up to 12 users per system, in fact! Modernization rings triumphant! (Jim Sterling)
Nintendo revealed today that multiple user IDs could be stored on the Wii U, allowing a household of gamers to have their own personal data on a single console. A bold step forward, but there's been some confusion as to what these IDs mean. Will they signal the end of friend codes? (Jim Sterling)
Peter Molyneux's latest flight of fancy -- Curiosity - What's Inside the Cube? -- is now available to download for free on iOS, with an Android version promised soon. (Jim Sterling)