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Weekly Recap May 18th: Gran Turismo 6 Announced, Metro Last Light Fiasco, BioShock Infinite Sales
Sony and Polyphony Digital have announced that Gran Turismo 6 is arriving for the PlayStation 3 this fall. 4A Games and Deep Silver run into a bit of controversy with the gaming community over selling a difficulty setting in Metro: Last Light and 2K Games' BioShock Infinite picks up major sales despite not being laced with DLC from mouth to anus and back again, or having ridiculous multiplayer options. These stories and more in this May 18th, 2013 edition of the Gaming Blend Weekly Recap.
War Machine Goes on Patrol, Kicks Butt in GTA IV Iron Man's number 2 whoops some butt in the open world of Liberty City.
Watch Dogs Video Contains Six Minutes Of Shooting, Hacking, GTA Ubisoft's Watch Dogs looks especially slick in a new video.
Maze Treasure Hunters Combines FPS, Platforming With MMORPG If you like tomb raiding and guns you might like Maze: Treasure Hunters.
Gaming With Austin Wintory: The Composer Behind Journey, Monaco, Leisure Suit Larry A preview article for the upcoming interview with movie and video game music composer, Austin Wintory.
Sins of a Solar Empire Rebellion Forbidden Worlds DLC Available June 5th Additional DLC released to expand on the game.
Diablo 3 RMAH Back Online, Blizzard Donates Fraud Money To Charity At least the money reaped from fraudulent means is going to a good place....right?
Metro Last Light Hard Difficulty Is Premium DLC, Gamers Rightfully Rage Stripping out difficulty settings and selling them as DLC...do you think that's okay?
Forest Brings Open World Horror To Steam Greenlight An open-world horror game where you have to survive in a dark, horrific forest.
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