The Roundup: The Circle Speaks

By Harry Rabinowitz

Still in that line to get your iPhone 6? Luck for you, Circle members have been busy covering everything from phones to VR to loads of games.  So relax and catch up on last week while you wait with today’s Roundup.

Jeff Bakalar and Scott Stein of CNET answer all your iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus questions in this extensive video Q&A.  Spoilers: the tie comes off.

Chris Plante also recently bought an iPhone 6 Plus.  Then he got rid of it.  It’s a long story.

At the first ever Oculus Connect conference, Game Informer’s Mike Futter got his hands on the new Crescent Bay prototype build.  He proceeded to stand up and walk around with it.

Eagerly awaiting the release of Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor?  Then you’ll definitely want to check out Lucas Siegel’s interview with director of design Michael de Plater.

6 impressive student games were showcased last week at the NYU Incubator Showcase.  Evan Narcisse of Kotaku writes on the games and the minds behind them.

Ever notice the lack of arcade-style sports titles as of late?  Super Mega Baseball aims to fill that void.  Samit Sarkar explores the game and the studio behind it over at Polygon.

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