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Call of Duty Ghosts? A New Xbox? Nintendo not holding a press conference? Well, it’s been quite a week for the game industry. Let’s take a look at everything that happened. there’s plenty of news this time around.
Nintendo is the big newsmaker in the gaming world this week thanks to a recent bunch of announcements from the Kyoto, Japan-based game-maker. Free Xbox live this weekend.
BioShock Infinite as a text adventure, Steve Wozniak talks about his love for Tetris, and blowing up a Wii U with C4 in this weeks’s gaming stories.
There were a few cool announcements this week. Two new Plants vs. Zombies games, more PlayStation 4 controller details, new Plants vs Zombies, and more.
Capcom is in the news for a Left 4 Dead 2 x Resident Evil 6 crossover, and the return of a classic NES game. Electronic Arts (EA) has cleared things up with SimCity.
It’s been a rough week for the game industry. It’s one with layoffs, a studio closure, and an industry veteran leaving a company he’d been with for years and a botched launch.
The PlayStation 4 stole headlines last week. Now everyone else is jumping in for announcements. Uncharted 3 online multiplayer is now free-to-play. Respawn, the studio founded by the former Modern Warfare team may announce something at E3 and the Android-based Ouya console releases this month to Kickstarter backers.
Sony’s PlayStation 4 stole the gaming headlines this week. The new console was announced, the PlaySation Vita gets a price cut, and used games will work.
It’s been another big week for gaming. Sony is set to announce something big — PlayStation 4? While it launched Steam for Linux, Valve also has made several layoffs.
Sony cut ties with PlayStation All-Stars developer, the Wii U has disappointing sales numbers, and there’s some new Xbox rumors to speculate over.
It’s good to see a big week in gaming. Sony has teased the PlayStation 4, and it looks like we might be seeing what it looks like sooner than expected.