Morning all! Nintendo have finally detailed some of the stuff they've been working on regarding the "quality of life" projects that Iwata mentioned earlier this year. Apparently, Nintendo is designing a non-contact sensor that sits beside your bed and watches you sleep. If they cross this sort of technology with Amiibo, a creepy version of Toy Story could feasibly become a real thing.
Elsewhere, Elite Dangerous has gotten a massive update that includes fuel scooping from stars, Dragon Age Keep finally enters open beta, and the super-shiny cinematics for Halo 2: Anniversary are looking gloriously pretty.
- Elite: Dangerous moves into "Beta 3" | You can now own multiple ships and fuel them using the power of stars
- Nintendo want to help you sleep better | The Big N start unveiling those "quality of life" plans they previously hinted at
- Destiny's "The Dark Below" expansion detailed | Costs £19.99, adds new Strike, gear, and raises Light level cap to 32
- Dragon Age Keep enters open beta | Your dragon is in another castle
- Bioshock Infinite Complete Edition launching this November for PS3, Xbox 360 | No PC version, mind
- Anita Sarkeesian talks GamerGate on The Colbert Report | It's about ethics in games journalism
- Halo 2: Anniversary's new pre-rendered cinematics are stunningly beautiful | I want an Xbox One
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