The Switch is losing third party support, more ports are inbound, and Nintendo does not want to make PC games in the news of the week!
Shit floats to the surface at Square Enix, Oculus Rift support may be banned from all future software releases, and Nintendo fanbabies force changes to Nier: Automata in the news of the week!
Final Fantasy XV is renewed for another season (pass) despite the interestingness of its presentation, the origin of the Jellybean language is discussed in detail, the Cricket Championship winners are announced, and the sun begins to set on Camelot.
Xbone is released in Japan to record low sales, Nintendo refuses to support their 3DS Ashtray peripheral for Smash Bros., and Microsoft is set to buy Minecraft for 2.5bn to save the Windows Phone in the news of the week!
Kotaku foments a public stoush with Platinum Games’ Hideki Kamiya, Bioware’s community has become irreparably toxic, and a data firm has announced that worldwide PS3 shipments have exceeded those of the Xbox 360 in the news of the week.
Nintendo downclocks their potential, Square Enix’s technology director gibbers like a fool, and the 3DS’ deficiencies are glossed over in this week’s spintacular news segment!
Diablo III gets off to a bottleneck, Blizzard takes pity on poorly done by Aussies, and Cliffy B proves yet again that he is a thoroughly awful human being in this week’s Diablo launch news drops.
Kojima Productions announces Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, which will be developed by Platinum Games.
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Hideki Kamiya, director of the Viewtiful Joe and Devil May Cry series, brings the gaming community another amazing hardcore action game with the recent release of Bayonetta. Bayonetta allows the player to enter the shoes –or heels rather– of Bayonetta, an ancient witch who lost her memories after being imprisoned for 500 years. The player more »