Surprising nobody (except perhaps those of us who thought the 3D/2D graphics in the demo looked a bit ropey) Toe-Jam and Earl: Back In The Groove - a new sequel to the 1991 Mega Drive original - has broken through its Kickstarter goal of $400,000.
The game's pot is now standing at just over $470,000 as we write this - already having met its first two stretch goals. PS4, Xbox One and Wii U versions will be added to the already announced PC edition, if the game reaches $600,000, $700,000 and $800,000 respectively.
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The Guardian reports that every secondary schoolchild in Northern Ireland will be given free access to MinecraftEDU - a special educational version of the game. The scheme is part of the CultureTECH Festival, funded by the Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure.
“This is work that the kids really want to do and if you’re able to harness that enthusiasm, energy and creativity you end up with a pretty significant learning opportunity," honked Mark Nagurski, the chief executive of CultureTECH.
This is not the first time Minecraft has been given away free to schools; in 2013, it became part of the curriculum in one Swedish school.
Ahead of this year's Call of Duty Championship - due to take place in Los Angeles this weekend - Activision has revealed that the series has sold over 175 million units worldwide, since it launched a decade ago.
Additionally, Activision claims that some 100 billion multiplayer matches have taken place online, with over 300 billion grenades thrown during those matches - some 44 times the number of mobile phones in the world, apparently.
You'll be able to watch the action at the CoD Championships live online right here.