7 Link Saturday: That’s What I’m Talking About

By now, I’m sure everyone has heard about the bottle of lotion that’s a video game controller. So let’s ignore it and find some other links!

4chan Is Not a Registered Investment Advisor

But let’s all pause to marvel at the dude who started a discussion to explain how he uses Gamestop instead of a bank.

UK Inazuma: Call the Whole Thing Off

You say ”to-may-to,” and I say “to-mah-toe,” but Level 5 says that soccer RPG Inazuma Eleven won’t have a UK release because British fans can’t handle American accents.  

Also Lost in Translation

When Koji Igarashi says “Zelda as a 2D platformer,” everyone else hears “Metroidvania”

(And for the record, there ain’t nothin’ wrong with a good Metroidvania.)

PEAK MINECRAFT

When job recruiters start writing blog posts using Minecraft metaphors, the shark has been officially jumped.

Turn the World Around You into a First-Person Shooter

What could possibly go wrong with this idea?

God forbid, if a horrifying tragedy occurred that involved anything like this technology, I’m sure that news outlets would be restrained and unbiased when discussing whether it was to blame.

Google Play Games: Still a Thing

Look, people, things like this are going to keep happening for as long as you keep encouraging them. And considering what they put out there, I think it’s time for us to stop encouraging them.

Blame Canada

Price hike for Sony Playstation 4 (and games, and peripherals) in Canada can be blamed on the country’s crappy currency.

…and here’s an extra story about a bogus “Cannonball Run” that was totally going to happen in real life until people started asking embarrassing questions.

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Bitterly Indifferent is a belligerent hillbilly with a substandard internet connection. He is also a fan of retro gaming who has previously written about the state of games journalism and the intersection of games and family.