Complete character roster for Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS revealed!

I’m not as hysterically excited for these games as are most Wii U and 3DS owners, but this is a good, robust roster lineup for a fighting game.

See the whole list here!

http://kotaku.com/heres-the-full-roster-for-super-smash-bros-1635049524?utm_campaign=Socialflow_Kotaku_Facebook&utm_source=Kotaku_Facebook&utm_medium=Socialflow

World’s first functioning 3D car is a reality.

Honestly, I don’t know very much about this technology yet, but it blows my mind that this is actually a reality.

The world’s first drivable 3D printed car was finished and driven off of the showroom floor at the International Manufacturing Technology Show in Chicago this past Saturday. The vehicle, produced by Local Motors, is called the Strati.

A team of engineers assembled the parts to make the car roadworthy from pieces printed out. The entire process took 44 hours, start to finish, and was done in front of a live crowd.

https://autos.yahoo.com/news/world-first-3d-printed-car-drove-off-weekend-160055876.html

Mother & daughter come out of the closet as lesbian lovers.

Let’s hear it for liberal values!

This is strange and definitely awkward. This mother and daughter, Mary and Vertasha Carter are also lesbian lovers. “Vertasha and I knew we were attracted to each other when she was sixteen,” Mary Carter told Stuupid.com.

“But we decided to wait to have sex until she was eighteen, legally of age. We are now going public with our relationship to help others who might be in gay mother/daughter relationship feel confident and okay about coming out. We want the world to know we love each other as mother and daughter and romantically.”

“We’re women, so Vertasha and I obviously can’t make children,“It’d be one thing if her daddy (he’s out of the picture) got her pregnant and a baby was born with deformities, but we’re not hurting anyone. We’re a new minority and just want acceptance.”

http://www.fuse.com.ng/2014/09/16/world-coming-end-mother-daughter-come-lesbian-partners/

Mainstream media not reporting on Obama’s very low poll numbers.

At this point, talking about how the mainstream media worships everything Obama says and does and doesn’t objectively report what’s really going on in Washington D.C. seems like beating a dead horse, but the facts are the facts and need to be put out there.  Journalism is dead.  Very sad.

It’s no secret that television news has long been addicted to public opinion polls; decades ago, all three broadcast networks decided to partner with an influential newspaper (ABC News with the Washington Post; CBS News with the New York Times; and NBC News with the Wall Street Journal) to sponsor their own regular surveys for use in their political coverage.

That’s why it’s so extraordinary that polling news has practically vanished from the Big Three evening newscasts in 2014 as President Obama’s approval ratings have tumbled and the public opposes defining administration policies like ObamaCare. Just last Thursday, for example, Gallup found Obama’s approval rating at a record low of 38 percent, yet none of the three broadcast networks bothered to mention this on their evening or morning newscasts.

http://newsbusters.org/blogs/rich-noyes/2014/09/08/mrc-study-tv-buries-bad-news-obamas-collapsing-polls#sthash.MjphVRIm.dpuf

Destiny’s mediocre reviews could cost Bungie millions.

This is the first non-Halo game Bungie has made in over a decade, confirming what I’ve long-suspected about them as a game developer: overrated.

Destiny is not getting great review scores. In fact, it’s getting resoundingly mediocre review scores—as of right now, Bungie’s ambitious shooter has a 76.29% on GameRankings and a 77 onMetacritic.

That’s certainly not the type of critical reception Activision was hoping for when they pumped half a billion (!) dollars into this franchise, and the mediocre reception may wind up costing Bungie a great deal of money, if their 2010 contract is still active. Turns out those review scores—those arbitrary attempts to quantify a game’s subjective quality—might be worth $2.5 million.

http://kotaku.com/destiny-review-scores-may-cost-bungie-2-5-million-1635273500?utm_campaign=Socialflow_Kotaku_Facebook&utm_source=Kotaku_Facebook&utm_medium=Socialflow