Here’s a roundup of today’s news found elsewhere on the internet:

Games obsessed with "gay space marines" (eurogamer) - What's the biggest problem the games industry faces in 2010?

When MTV's Multiplayer blog put the question to 2K Games' Denby Grace he replied, "It's a very good question and maybe a little general for a concise answer. An obsession with gay space marines."

TGS 2010 has record attendance (vg247) - CESA, the organiser of Tokyo Game Show, has confirmed record attendance figures for this year’s event.

According to the just-announced figures, 207,647 visited the Tokyo Game Show this year compared to 185,030 last year.

Shadows of the Damned was originally coming to PC and Wii as well, says Suda (vg247) - Grasshopper Manufacture’s Goichi Suda has said Shadows of the Damned was originally planned for not only PS3 and Xbox 360, but PC and Wii as well.

Halo: Reach Campaign Matchmaking To Begin Early Next Month (Kotaku) - Halo: Reach will support co-operative campaign matchmaking, you just haven't seen the feature yet because Bungie doesn't want people getting the story spoiled on the first mission they play.

But in a couple of weeks, there should be enough of a gap since release that most folks will have seen the campaign plot points on their own already, Bungie writes in its weekly update. Expect the playlists to come in early October on the first matchmaking update for reach. Other game types and Forge maps will be available as well.