And in other PC gaming news...
Here's a secret for you; Tim Edwards, Editor of PC Gamer, loves NASA. Believe me, the man knows a lot about space travel, he even has a NASA t-shirt, that's how much he loves them. Less secretly, he also loves games. So this one's for you Tim. Via Reddit, a video of a space shuttle taking off to the score from Mass Effect. The two combine together remarkably well, forming a truly epic moment.
Less galactic news can be found beneath the cut.
- CVG report that Ridley Scott is working on 'episodic content' for Call of Duty Elite. Yes that Ridley Scott.
- GiantBomb explain the Batman: Arkham City pre-order bonuses. It is complicated.
- Bethblog say Lonesome Road, the next piece of Fallout New Vegas DLC, won't be out this month.
- Kotaku report that the Australian government has agreed to start drafting legislation to introduce 18 rated games.
- Gamasutra talk to Irrational's Ken Levine about Bioshock Infinite's reality tears, which apparently use assets from games they abandoned.
- CVG also spoke to Ken Levine, in this Q&A video.
- VG247 report that the Humble Indie Bundle is now closed, it made over $2.1 million.
- Bioware tell IndustryGamers that Dragon Age 2 DLC will continue to address fan feedback.
- Dawn of War 2 will be adding Ultramarines DLC.
- VG247 have a trailer of Risen 2: Dark Waters.
Show of hands readers. Who likes NASA? Who was sad to see the space shuttle retire?