Stuff Office Cat's Diary 15/01/13

Anyone fancy gracing their coffee table with a beheaded, undead bikini-clad corpse statue? No, neither does Office Cat.

Dead Island: Riptide limited zombie edition revealed

Just as the video game industry is frantically tries to convince people that it's not all about gratuitious sex and violence, Deep Silver's gone and released this Dead Island: Riptide Zombie Bait UK edition. Deep Silver describes the 31cm resin statue as a "grotesque take on an iconic Roman marble torso sculpture" – although how it'll fit into your living room decor, Office Cat will never know.

Source: Polygon

Sony could be ditching entry-level phones according to the Xperia range marketing manager – who stated that the company might leave the entry tier to other manufacturers. Office Cat hopes this means that Sony's going to focus on producing kit like the Hot Stuff Award-winning Xperia Z.

Source: CNET

Digital Theatre app launches

Naturally, Office Cat has theatrical zeal in the veins – and this new Digital Theatre app on iOS should keep him nicely topped up. It's a showcase for filmed performances of stage plays – including Much Ado About Nothing with David Tennant and Catherine Tate and All My Sons starring David Suchet and Zoë Wanamaker. Pre-purchased productions, online rentals, HD downloads and trailers are all supported – you can even stream them to the big screen courtesy of AirPlay and Apple TV. Check it out here.

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