The most startling and shocking news of the week was obviously Sony buying OnLive and setting a shutdown date. Anyone who didn't purchase their OnLive games through Steam will be out of luck at the end of the month.

A discussion about the future of the Wii U kicked things off early in the week, following Nintendo's NX announcement. We finally get the official release date for Halo 5: Guardians, and it's a little earlier than you might have been expecting. There's also some news about Titanfall 2. These stories and more in this April 4th, 2015 edition of the Weekly Recap.

The Wii U Is Dead...
Long live the Wii U. Here's an interesting take on the future of Nintendo's eighth-gen console. The graphics downgrade that the Xbox One and PS4 suffered with the GTA V patch has been fixed. You can play the remake of Super Mario 64 right now. One of the worst perpetrators of SWAT'ing has turned out to be a 13-year-old kid. Toejam & Earl: Back in the Groove has successfully hit its Kickstarter goal. If you're a developer, you're definitely going to love the fact that Valve's VR headset toolkits will be free for developers. Fatalities in Mortal Kombat X will be way easier to pull off. Speaking of Mortal Kombat X, check out these sound effects made with green goop and a plunger. A new gameplay video has released for the Sword Coast Legends. There's a massive bug in Pillars of Eternity that's finally getting fixed. Another bug in Bloodborne has halted multiplayer progression. And BioWare still has plans for the often ignored Jade Empire.

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