You may recall that we posted about the nixed sequel to the Battlefront series of Star Wars videogames some time back. The production was scrapped due to ongoing problems between designers Free Radical and the (now, sadly, defunct) LucasArts studio. Well, the word is that, post-Disney, the game (in some form or other) is set to live on! There's no real hint of the potential gameplay involved, but the teaser trailer (courtesy of Slashfilm) manages to convey classic Star Wars iconography and seem pretty exciting. We all know it'll sell like hot cakes anyway, but here's hoping they've retained some of the cool touches from the abandoned Battlefront 3. Made by EA for Sony’s PS4 and Microsoft’s controversial Xbox One, there is currently no release date scheduled for the title, entitled simply Star Wars: Battlefront.
At first listen, this seems to be the bastard offspring Tay Zonday and Death Grips. It's so much more. Nnamdi might actually be a genius. Buy his album Bootie Noir here.
Eggs in baked potatoes
Like eggs? Like putting them in things? Like masticating? Like using your intestinal tract to break down masticated food pulp into life-giving nutrients? Like taking pictures of your food? If the answer to any of the above is yes, then you should look at some of these egg-based recipes that make the classic Fiorentina look positively dull, and not Instagram-worthy at all.
Eggs in avocadoes
French Toast egg-in-a-hole
Baked tomato egg cups
Baked egg in meat cups
31 Eggs In Exciting Holes
Novelty meats - the food option of the future. The point of this product - as the rather irritating clown cowboy man has trouble getting to - is that the processed hot dog meat is designed to be sliced off the giant sausage and eaten like a burger. Prompting the obvious question: why not eat a burger? This may be a key factor in why we're not yet buying hot dogs as big as our own torsos. That, and that fact that the sight of so much reconstituted testes, head meat, insect faeces and shredded cartilage in one place is probably god's way of telling you to eat the occasional salad.