Weekly Recap Aug 31st: Nintendo 2DS Controversy, XB1 Day-One DLC, Greenlight Anniversary
The final week of August has come and gone and now we're ready to deal with whatever troubles, good times, bad times and all the in-betweens that comes with the month that kills summer... I'm talking about the big sausage September. August wasn't taking a bullet to the head with ease, though, this month went out like a fighting tiger, throwing us a new portable gaming system from Nintendo called the 2DS, and spitefully spawning all sorts of internet rage (but you'll be the first in line to buy it). Microsoft rolled out news of day-one DLC for the Xbox One. A pity. And Valve celebrates the one year anniversary of Steam. Greenlight. These stories and more in this August 31st, 2013 edition of the Gaming Blend Weekly Recap.
Nintendo Wii U Trailer Previews Exclusive AAA titles Loads of big games are inbound for Nintendo's Wii U.
Black Desert Online Could Come To Xbox One, PS4 One of the most visually striking games could make an appearance on next-gen consoles after releasing for PC.
8-Year-Old-Boy Shoots Grandmother in the Head After Playing GTA IV The phuck-uppery of this story is beyond words.
Assault Android Cactus Brings Bullet Hell to PS4, PS Vita A new game is in the works for Sony's consoles that hearkens back to the age of arcade shoot 'em ups.
Chivalry Deadliest Warrior Combines First-Person Gore With Deadly Warriors SpikeTV's popular broadcast show will invade Torn Banner Studios' FPS.
Killzone Mercenary Online Beta Impressions And Tips Gaming Blend's Ryan Winslett offers up some tips and hints for the PS Vita's latest first-person shooter.
Ken Levine Discusses BioShock Burial At Sea The brilliant mind at 2K talks up the latest DLC for one of the best selling games of the year.
Shadow of Eternals Fails To Meet Kickstarter Goal Too much drama... just, too much drama.
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