Nintendo drastically revises downward their Wii U sales estimates, Tomb Raider finally becomes profitable, and PS4 teardowns reveal additional components in the news of the week.
Xbone’s launch games are visually inferior to the PS4, PS4 removes audio support to shake-down users for more money, and Nintendo closes down Swapnote to prevent users exchanging pictures of poorly-drawn cocks in the news of the week!
Square Enix blights Bravely Default with micro-transactions, Call of Duty: Ghosts is rumoured to run at 720p on the Xbone, and North Korea attacks the South with free software in the news of the week!
Kingdom Hearts III is not actually in development, Square Enix are looking to move away from traditional console game experiences, and Sony are looking to salve the Vita by releasing some unusual Vita SKUs in the news of the week!
The Xbone does another 180, Nintendo makes more excuses, and Bravely Default may still release in Europe during 2013 in the news of the week!
A new Final Fantasy Tactics game is announced… for mobile, Nintendo performance is marked down as poor in their yearly reporting, and Iwata becomes the NoA CEO in the news of the week.
After years of begging, Nintendo finally decides to release Earthbound on the Wii U’s Virtual Console. This week, KillswitchTool takes another shot at Nintendo and ponders if they really believe that Earthbound will sell fat stacks of Wii U’s.
Bravely Default is announced for the west, Shinji Mikami colludes with IGN for some soft coverage, and Japan shakes off the stifling clutches of the JRT in the news of the week.
More bad news and faux pas for Nintendo’s Wii U console, while Warren Spector’s Junction Point Studios has been dissolved by Disney.
Herve Caen interferes with dead things, Square Enix makes some very generous announcements, and a big ol’ question mark hangs over Nintendo’s Wii U hardware in this week’s shonksational news fraud.