Weekly Recap: PS4 Rules The Sale Charts And 5 Other Shocking News Stories
World of Darkness MMO CanceledWhen a game is stuck in limbo for so long and eventually starts getting the label of “vaporware”, it's no surprise when a company eventually announces that the game is canceled. With that said, World of Darkness has been canceled. As I said, no surprise there. In an attempt to broaden the appeal of the PlayStation Vita, Sony has acquired four brand new games for the handheld. Unfortunately, none of those new games are the top-down shooter, The Hong Kong Massacre. The aforementioned title is like a John Woo film fused with Hotline Miami. That's bound to get a few bandanna-wearing, mullet-sporting, stuck-back-in-the-80s gamers clamoring to find out when the game will release. Oh yeah, and there's a new game called Severed on the way but it's due out next year.
Borderlands 2 Final DLC LaunchesNow this probably helps put some butts into seats, as Gearbox Software's final piece of DLC for Borderlands 2 has gone live. That's right, it's all nice and available right now. If that's not your cup of tea, maybe watching a grown, hairy-arsed man without his shirt on grinding against a pole will get you all sweaty down under... since you probably have shoes on and you should air those things out as soon as possible. And if that doesn't make your feet sweat, then maybe fighting fanboys over whether the Xbox One will stop sucking once DirectX 12 drops will get your gooses going. If that doesn't help then I'm fresh out of suggestions... save for Nintendo completely slashing the prices on their Nintendo 3DS games. But no one cares about that because they're apparently too busy playing Poopy Bird on their Kindle Fire.
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