Daily NewsRadar: Tom Hardy as Al Capone, widespread Oculus troubles, and more

Give yourself a pat on the back - you're now more than halfway through the work week! There have been plenty of big news stories to go around today (scroll to the bottom for some sweet links), but here are some other tidbits you might've missed. 

Devil May Cry HD is having some amusing technical difficulties on PC 

Cue the Yakkity Sax theme, because some players are seeing Dante zip around like a hyperactive roadrunner in the PC port of Devil May Cry HD (available early to Twitch Prime subscribers). It's not affecting everyone, and a fix is surely on the way, but just enjoy the footage below for a taste of these highly sped-up antics. 

Tom Hardy is set to play Al Capone 

It's unsurprising that Tom Hardy finds plenty of work in Hollywood, what with his acting chops and rugged handsomeness. But even in the afterglow of Dunkirk and the anticipation of Venom, it's amazing to see that he's got yet another killer role lined up: notorious gangster Al Capone, in the upcoming movie Fonzo (which starts filming in April). 

Time for Al Cap Tom Hardy

A photo posted by @tomhardy on Mar 7, 2018 at 12:30pm PST

Battlerite enters Season 1 of ranked play 

Top-down team brawler Battlerite - which you should totally try for free, by the way - just entered Season 1 of competitive play and added a new champion to the mix. Jamila the Shadowblade Assassin looks like she can tear up enemies and dart around the battlefield using her grappling hook and multiple dashes. 

Oculus Rift headsets turn into VR-enabled paperweights 

Owners of the Oculus Rift headsets got a nasty surprise today when Rifts were rendered temporarily useless, due to a glitch with the expired certificates linked to each device. Oculus is hard at work on a fix, so hopefully VR aficionados won't have to stay trapped in this world for too long. 

Get a sneak peek of A Series of Unfortunate Events season 2 in this new trailer 

Netflix is gearing up for season 2 of A Series of Unfortunate Events, starring the lovable Neil Patrick Harris as the decidedly unlovable Count Olaf. See a preview of what mysteries and miseries await the orphans (and some great cameos) in the trailer below before season 2 debuts on March 30. 

Even more news:  

Black Ops 4 is almost definitely happening, and an NBA player might just have revealed its new logo

Captain America and his team are ready for battle in this exclusive Avengers: Infinity War image

J.J. Abrams reportedly wrote drafts for Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Star Wars 9 - but Rian Johnson scrapped them

This Breath of the Wild mod that turns Link into a girl is so good it could pass for official DLC

South Park DLC adds a new class, new enemies, and the best Mexican restaurant ever

Is Watchmen in the DCEU? This cut Justice League Easter egg sure makes it seem that way

These exclusive new Rampage images show The Rock in action (plus, some interesting concept art)

"I lived the video game curse" - The Rock talks Doom and making sure Rampage doesn't suck

Meet the Victrix Pro AF, the $300 headset inspired by helicopters and esports pros

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Lucas Sullivan

Lucas Sullivan is the former US Managing Editor of GamesRadar+. Lucas spent seven years working for GR, starting as an Associate Editor in 2012 before climbing the ranks. He left us in 2019 to pursue a career path on the other side of the fence, joining 2K Games as a Global Content Manager. Lucas doesn't get to write about games like Borderlands and Mafia anymore, but he does get to help make and market them.