Here’s a roundup of today’s news found elsewhere on the internet:
Report – Batman: Arkham City content complete, says OPM podcast (vg247) - That year-long wait may have just gotten even more painful.
According to the latest OPM podcast, Batman: Arkham City is already content complete, meaning the game can be played from start to finish.
Crackdown 2 DLC borked (eurogamer) - Crackdown 2 developer Ruffian Games has outlined a fix for the recently released Toy Box add-on following reports that the DLC stops the game from working.
Moore: EA willing to admit it's wrong (eurogamer) - Publishing behemoth EA is now willing to swallow its pride when its games go wrong and makes a point of listening to feedback from the community after years spent ignoring them, EA Sports president Peter Moore has said.
Halo: Reach's Spartans who didn't make the cut (Joystiq) - Bungie revealed an interesting tidbit about the creation of Noble, the protagonist Spartan squad engulfed in the conflict on the titular planet in Halo: Reach. There were initially more members of the team, though two were eventually cut in favor of the five in the final Noble team we know today (excluding Noble Six, the player character in Halo: Reach).
Gearbox Software Now Owns Duke Nukem's Future (Kotaku) - Following the confirmation on Friday that Gearbox is reviving Duke Nukem Forever, the studio now says it owns Duke. Gearbox obtained the rights to "Duke Nukem and all future projects" from former franchise owner 3D Realms.
Halo: Combat Evolved and the battle for boats (Joystiq) - During development of the original Halo: Combat Evolved, Bungie actually created a working boat. One map in particular was discussed during today's Bungie panel at PAX 2010 -- an area with several islands where the player would have to navigate from one to the other via watercraft. Bungie showed a video of an early rendering of the craft in use, which very much looked like a futuristic version of a cigarette boat.