Weekly Recap Nov 17th: Mass Effect 4 Big Changes, Black Ops 2 Launches, VGA Nominees
Mass Effect 4 is going for some big changes, with the series transitioning over to the Frostbite 2.0 engine, which should prove to be an interesting challenge. The week mostly belonged to Activision's Black Ops 2, which was in the news for a number of different things including one of the biggest launches in entertainment history, with the annual shooter racking up $500 million in one day. Spike TV's VGAs is also getting primed and ready to air and the nominees for this year's categories has been announced, and a few of the entries just might surprise you. These stories and more in this November 17th, 2012 edition of the Gaming Blend Weekly Recap.
Dead Space 3 Looks Like A Game Nobody Will Like, Says Mafia Dev It may not be the worst but some people think it may not be the best either.
Descent Remade In UDK One of the best games during the Golden Era is getting a redo in Epic's Unreal Engine 3.
Project CARS Hits Funding Goals, Goes Into Full Production After being announced in October of last year, Slightly Mad Studios' crowd-sourced racer finally hits its funding goals.
Last Of Us World Premiere Showing During VGAs Naughty Dog plans to showcase more of The Last of Us during Spike TV's VGAs.
Don't Be A Jerk While Streaming Call of Duty Black Ops 2 Or Treyarch Will Ban You This means no flashing your 1-inch junk, no cursing, and basically...well...don't be a guy and you're good.
Why Benjamin Bell Is Right To Sue Activision Blizzard Over Consumer Fraud A little rundown why Blizzard should be held accountable for what they've done.
SEAL Team 6 Punished For Leaking Secrets In Medal of Honor Warfighter Even if they saved the world it still doesn't mean they can't be reprimanded by their bosses for particpating with video games.
Dungeonland Opens Registration For Limited Beta Get in on the game before anyone else with the new limited beta.
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