The second to last week of November comes to an end. We currently have a ton of on-going deals and discounts happening across various marketplaces, enabling gamers to pick up some goodies (both new and old) for some cheap prices. Nintendo's next-generation console, the Wii U, has officially launched and brought with it a huge mixed bag of reviews, impressions and critical results. We also have reviews for two of the biggest games this fall, with Hitman: Absolution and Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. These stories and much more in this November 24th, 2012 edition of the Gaming Blend Weekly Recap.

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Counter Strike Global Offensive Pro Tip Video Talks Sniping Hey, not everyone can put a bullet into a man's eye while jump-ducking a mean bunny hop around a corner. However, the new video just might help newbs accomplish that.

Toxic Bunny HD Joins Steam Greenlight If you've been missing those classic animals with attitude platform games, you'll probably want to take a dig at upvoting Toxic Bunny on Steam's Greenlight.

Hitman Absolution Review: Don't Worry, They Didn't Turn It into a Shooter Good news: IO didn't completely casualize Agent 47.

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Donkey Kong Country Games Being Removed From Wii Shop Over in Europe the Wii Shop will be removing these classic SNES titles. Why? No one knows except The Big 'N'.

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Project CARS Delayed To Late 2013, Possible Next-Gen Launch Title? I sure hope that the delay means it's being prepped for the Xbox 720 and PS4.

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