Weekly Recap Feb 16th: Pelosi Rescues Video Games, G4 Turns Into Esquire, Last Of Us Delayed
Author: William Usher
published: 2013-02-16 13:47:14
A lot of big news dropped this week in the world of interactive entertainment, including a surprising turn of defense of violent video games by house speaker Nancy Pelosi. The good news kind of hit a halt, though, when it turned out that G4 is turning into the Esquire station – goodbye gaming. And Naughty lets loose the sad, sad news that The Last of Us has been delayed to June, which will probably cause the flow of tears and the subsequent raging reactions. These stories and more in this February 16th, 2013 edition of the Gaming Blend Weekly Recap.
RAGE SDK Made Available Steam Now you can make mods for RAGE.
Nancy Pelosi Defends Violent Video Games, Cites Low Gun Violence In Japan Did you know that despite having some pretty crazy games in Japan, their gun violence is a heck of a lot lower than America?
StarCraft 2 Heart of the Swarm Beta Ending Soon Blizzard's test for the upcoming expansion of StarCraft 2 will be ending soon.
OUYA Game Approval Allows For Moderate Pornography But not excessive pornography...just so you know.
Tamagotchi App Coming to iOS and Android One of the original games that made portable devices a huge hit is making a return for today's gen smartphones.
SimCity Beta 2 Registration Begins After that awful EULA business was put out of the way, the next beta phase gets underway for the upcoming strategy title.
Dark Souls 2 Tagline Will Be Decided By Fans This is a pretty neat thing that Namco Bandai is doing for the sequel to one of the most popular games of the generation.
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