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New Xbox watches you

 

Kotaku, the gaming news blog which is ever the scourge of the self-described thinking gamer, may have done it again.

Citing information and documents gleaned from arch thorn in the side of Microsoft, SuperDAE, the games blog today claims to have an inside track on many things Xbox 720 related.

Fancy having a Kinect plugged in all the time (because the new Xbox integrates the peripheral video control deeply into the Xbox UI)?  Keen on the idea of playing a game as you install it to the now standard 500gb HD platter?  It would be intriguing to see how much of this stuff comes to pass and how much is just click-bait designed to inspire comment thread meltdowns (which drives more clicks) – if the word on the boards is true, we’ll find out just how much is on the level on or around the big Sony announcement on 20th February.

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“Asylum of the Daleks” airdate – sooner than you think…

 

I know what I’ll be doing on September 1st 2012 at 7:20pm…

Now that I’ve been Freshly Pressed – Thanks, nice WordPress editors – I get a hint of what it’s like to write for a blog like Kotaku or The Mary Sue.   People are reading me!   Quick – look busy!

In that spirit, I’m delighted by news from dear old Auntie Beeb today, which has confirmed that “Doctor Who” will be back on September 1st for viewers in the UK and US, with the first tranche of episodes finishing on September 29th.   The season picks up again in Spring 2013 – after the Christmas special, which introduces new companion Clara, played by Jenna Louise Coleman.

 

So, new “Who” quite soon, then not so much for a while, with seasonal “Who” filling the void until we’ve seen off the Winter and it’s time to start geeking out again in the spring.  I can get with that schedule and eagerly await what else will be shown next year to mark the good Gallifreyan’s special anniversary…

 

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