Weekly Recap Nov 10th: All Things GTA V, Linux Bans Continue, GameFly PC Rentals
Author: William Usher
published: 2012-11-10 13:41:54
Man, what a week. Technically, things were pretty crappy up until Thursday, October 8th. If you're smart you'll probably skip through the entire recap and just bask in the glory of awesome that is Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto V. I'll be honest, the rest of the stuff is kind of trashy by comparison, so yeah. Anyway, there's more about those Linux bans in Diablo III, so if you value consumer rights, you'll probably want to check that out, and Gamefly will be opening up their offerings to the PC crowd, so for the first time ever you'll be able to digitally rent games from Gamefly. That's worth something, right? These stories and more in this November 10th, 2012 edition of the Gaming Blend Weekly Recap.
NBA 2K13 Everywhere Detailed In New Developer Diary The mobile aspect of the game gives it more life outside of console play than ever before.
Team Meat releases Mew Genics Art The brains behind Super Meatboy let loose some new art for their upcoming game.
Abduction Brings Classic Stealth Gameplay To CryEngine 3 This has to be one of the best stealth games that won't be released on consoles. Such a shame.
Halo 5 Being Prototyped For Xbox 720 343i is getting to work early on Halo 5.
Old People Don't Hate Call of Duty Black Ops 2 Well that's a bit shocking, yeah? I guess Activision isn't as hip as they thought.
PixelJunk 1-6 Coming To PC Next Year One of the most underrated games is getting re-released next year.
GameStop Exec Steals 2 Million From Company Well, really, are any of us surprised by this? Really?
Wolfenstein Movie Still A Possibility I don't know why it should still be a possibility...that's kind of scary, actually.
Square Enix Teases Final Fantasy Agni's Philosophy For Xbox 720, PS4 Well at least we don't have to worry about what Square has planned for next-gen...now how about Final Fantasy Versus XIII, Square? Where is it, Square? When will we get some new gameplay, Square? We're waiting, Square!
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