Remember that huge 1-to-1 recreation of Denmark that was made in Minecraft? It's being ravaged thanks to a loophole in the 'no dynamite' rule that's let people bring in piles of the stuff in mine carts. This is the result and as Engadget points out: it's someone's job to look after all this. Sad face.
I know what you're thinking: the Arkhams, the Lego ones, plus a couple of bad film and cartoon tie ins. Here's a video showing all 41 - every single title from the first 1986 Spectrum game right up to the present day.
Whatever you think of Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes it's still a 20 minute demo, no matter how many times you replay it. Konami's just announced financial report could go some of the way to explaining why it slapped a tutorial in a box and tried to charged full price.
Mobius strips are complicated and tend to make many a person's head hurt. That hasn't stopped some enterprising Minecraft users from building them though, and the results are impressive and nice to look at.
Of course there are going to be new Titanfalls. It's not like the first didn't sell well and EA do like a sequel. In a recent investor call MP1st reports a "new publishing deal" has been announced with Respawn that would "bring new Titanfall experiences to players worldwide". But on what?
The original Shaq-Fu was a game that even Electronic Arts admits was an "abomination". This game's crowdfunding campaign was, let's be honest, a little weird. But whatever! A second Shaq-Fu game looks like it's actually happening.