Weekly Recap Oct 13th: Star Citizen Announced, Bethesda PS3 Troubles, Sony Sues Kevin Butler
The war against PS3 gamers continues, as Bethesda finally gives headway to fans, admitting that they royally screwed up with Skyrim and that the PlayStation 3 and Sony are not to blame...nice move Mr. Hines. Speaking of Sony, they went full retard in the legal department, frying their brains in a pan and suing the face of the PlayStation brand, the actor who portrays Kevin Butler. Way to go Sony, you've officially reached Samsung and Apple lowliness, even high quality douche bags aren't that douchy. Also, the man behind the Wing Commander franchise, Chris Roberts, reveals his brand new game, Star Citizen. These stories and more in this October 13th, 2012 edition of the Gaming Blend Weekly Recap.
DayZ Standalone Scheduled To Launch In November If things go as planned, Dean Hall and crew will get DayZ out and about before the end of the year.
Resident Evil Blamed For Grizzly UK Murder The killers played the game and so they're being called “Resident Evil killers”. -__-
Dishonored Reviews Say Its A Once-In-A-Generation, Stunning Title Well, we'll see how well the game holds up to standards when it launches.
Simpsons Tapped Out Brings Treehouse of Horror to iOS The popular series makes its way to iOS devices.
Hitman Absolution Difficulty Levels Revealed: Which Will You Play? Find out what mode best suits your tastes.
Call of Duty Black Ops Declassified Won't Have Zombies This is pretty lame if you were hoping to fight off some zombies in the PSV version of the game.
Pete Hines Says Skyrim DLC Problems Are Not Sony's Fault Hines absolves Sony and the PS3 as the culprit for the DLC issues.
EA NHL 13 Forces Gamers To Keep Spending Real Money Due To Game Glitch It's happening to quite a few players and there doesn't appear to be a fix just yet.
GearGrinder Fuses Twisted Metal With Transformers A not-so-new game gives you a racing title with transforming semi-trucks, it's pretty cool.
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