Microsoft overclocks the Xbone’s CPU, Sony is castigated by a company dedicated to trading in worthless accolades, and Double Fine reaffirm the fact that they cannot be trusted with money.
Nintendo blocks adult content on the Wii U, Dark Souls is set to receive a sequel, and something odd is happening to Epic Games in the week’s industry news.
Muslims declare Jihad on Activision, PETA once again disgrace themselves, and Square Enix attempt to justify their exorbitant iOS prices in the news of the week.
Microsoft kills off a Silent Hill HD patch with their money grubbing, Dragon Quest X launches to less than expected sales figures, and Konami provides free game recompense (with strings) in this week’s highly conditional news fine print.
The possibility of a VII remake is stamped out for good and all by Wada, the 3DS XL is set to launch July/August, Reggie blasts anyone not with Nintendo’s program, and Hiromichi Tanaka takes his leave of Square Enix in this week’s oddly symmetrical news.
The events of E3 (Monday) – Featuring: Sony, Microsoft, EA, and Ubisoft conferences – Only Lusipurr.com reports the news of E3 stripped of any and all Kinect malarkey!
The Old Republic merges servers as talk circles of a possible takeover, gamers overreact while Kotaku publishes irresponsible dross – again, and Microsoft keeps things Kosher on XBox Live in this week’s embarrassment of a gaming industry news carrion.
This week Blitzmage goes on a hunt for a long lost fortune in Nathan Drake’s first adventure, Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune.
This week THQ takes a dip, Capcom has a sit and Ubisoft’s servers throw a fit, as the week’s news unspools to delight and amaze the quizzically minded!
At a time when friends-lists everywhere are filled with end-of-the year memes and resolutions, Thea takes a few moments to look back at five games that defined her gaming experience in 2011.