Weekly Recap: Nintendo Kills Wii's Multiplayer And 5 Other Big News Stories
From hints at the potential Left 4 Dead 3, to Rockstar responding to getting sued by a soon-to-be-washed up reality TV star, things just kept on rolling high and fast in the world of interactive entertainment this week.
In fact, Watch Dogs continued to dominate the news headlines like wonder-boy Brendan Boyle managed to win the house seat in the 13th district of Philadelphia with a Rocky-sized K.O to take home a tree-hugging position he can proudly show his parents... and teachers. There was also a little matter of Nintendo shutting down the Wii and Nintendo DS online multiplayer, a move that's sure to burn some players the wrong way like an ignition switch in a General Motors automobile.
And finally, Pete Hines from Bethesda Softworks finally puts his foot down regarding Fallout 4 news... sort of. These thrilling stories and more in this May 24th, 2014 edition of the Gaming Blend Weekly Recap.
Watch Dogs Graphics RundownAll things Watch Dogs transpired at the beginning of this week, leading us toward plenty of graphics comparison and other great tidbits of entertainment. Halo 5 won't be coming to the Xbox 360, despite a lot of gamers asking for it. Titanfall on PC has lost two playlist modes. World of Wacraft's Warlords of Draenor's alpha has been delayed. Persona 4: Arena Ultimax is currently available for pre-order and Disgaea 4 is due for release on the PS Vita this August.
Xbox One External HDD Support TeasedBecause that's exactly what gamers want... to be teased about being able to store their games and save data on an external hard drive but not have access to it. Awesome. Great. Nice going Microsoft. Rumors have run strong that YouTube could be buying Twitch. PSN will get tons of new games this week with Transistor and Wolfenstein. The PS3 emulator can now run Sonic CD. Ubisoft also made it known that Watch Dogs can run at the ultra settings on a mid-ranged GPU. NBA 2K15 is adding Turkish teams from the Euroleague, and Microsoft makes sure that Kinect will get full support even following the new June 9th circumcision date.
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