Newsround #76 (21/01/14) – Nintendo Shares Drop, Microsoft Paying YouTubers and David Cameron Doesn’t Like LoL

by on January 21, 2014

[Newsround has been cancelled today, folks. Sadly, Google Hangouts isn’t working. Back on Friday. Just pretend I spoke about all of these things, in depth.]

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On today’s show:

  • PewDiePie is so popular. So, so, so popular (MCV)
  • Klei’s Incognita is now called Invisible, Inc. (GodisaGeek)
  • Norwegian teacher using The Walking Dead, in class (Kotaku)
  • Tomb Raider in the black as of late 2013 (Eurogamer)
  • Resogun DLC is in the works (VG247)
  • PS4 users reporting corrupted save files (VG247)
  • Cameron’s anti-porn crusade effects LoL players (IGN)
  • Rymdkapsel is coming to PC (GodisaGeek)
  • The Fable Trilogy is coming (Gamespot)
  • Lionhead is working on something that isn’t Fable (Eurogamer)
  • Harmonix supposedly cancelled a Kinect game (Joystiq)
  • Dead Rising 3 patch is 13 flipping gigabytes. THIRTEEN. (GodisaGeek)
  • Microsoft pay YouTubers to show their products in a positive light (ArsTechnica)
  • Iwata claims Nintendo is looking at “a new business structure” (MCV)
  • He also says that consoles aren’t going away any time soon (Joystiq)
  • Nintendo’s share prices drop by 18% (Polygon)