Weekend Q&A — 31 Oct 2010
Every week we look at what people have been looking for in Google to find our website and try to answer the questions that you should be able to find answers for on our blog. This week in the Q&A section: Star Wars furnishings, Fallout bans, Halloween stuff and more. Hit the jump to check it all out.
A: Yes. He can poke your eyes out with a fork or use a lightsabre or any other eye-removing tool.
Alternatively, if you are looking for a Darth Vader-styled window-covering device, check this out.
Q: fall out banned video games
A: Fallout 3 was initially banned in Australia because it featured the real-world drug morphine. The name was changed and the game was eventually released.
In India Microsoft decided not to publish Fallout 3 for the Xbox 360. No official reason was given, but speculation has it that it was because of the two-headed cows (the animal being sacred for a lot of Indians).
In the Japanese version of the game several references to nuclear explosions and the ill effects of radiation were edited out before release.
A: We’ve featured one before, but here’s another:
A: We’ve got that too. Here it is:
A: Not sure if stuff made out of beads counts as 8 bit, but let’s pretend it does.
A: Every last one of them.
Q: coop indie pc games
A: A search on Steam for indie games with a co-op option returns four titles with a metascore of 80 and above: AudioSurf (85), Shatter (84), Trine and AI War: Fleet Command (both 80).
Q: best puzzle game on steam
A: Steam does not have Puzzle games as a separate genre but in the Casual category Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords and the sequel Puzzle Quest 2 do stand out.
Q: Planescape Torment co-op
A: No, single player only.