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Missing Pieces: Mass Effect 4, Steam Controller tweaked, and more must-know games news

Hayden Dingman | Aug. 4, 2014
Lots of videos coming out of last week's San Diego Comic-Con, the Steam Controller may be getting tweaked (again), Doom now runs on an ATM, and woo boy Crytek's in trouble--this is your must-know gaming news for the week of July 28.

Record Halo

Typically people play Halo on Legendary like this: run forward, shoot, run behind cover, recover shields, try again.

Speedrunner goatrope just beat Halo on Legendary in 1:36:40. Yes, less than an hour and thirty-seven minutes. And he was mad because he had seven deaths and "wasted" so much time. So mad that he posted the archive with the description "world's worst world record."

I wish I could have a world record that "bad."

More reading

Ding-dong, July is dead. Finally.

There were a few stories to come out of this last week, though. A group of Australian hackers loaded Doom onto an ATM, the Xbox One is pricey in China, the Firefly cast is reuniting for a game, Logitech unveiled the world's fastest mouse, and EA announced a $5 per month game subscription plan — which Sony said isn't a great value, right before it unveiled its own questionable value with PlayStation Now.

See you next week!


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