So the Halo 4 reviews are already piling in and it appears 343 Industries did an amazing job of keeping both the tone and the gameplay of Halo intact post-Bungie. Assassin's Creed III launched this week and the game is also garnering tons of critical praise but there are also some who don't seem to be attached to it as much. And, what would a week about AAA blockbusters be without the biggest blockbuster of them all? Activision's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 4 is already rumored to be in production and it's not that surprising, however Infinity Ward is denying all the claims...riiiight. These stories and more in this November 3rd, 2012 edition of the Gaming Blend Weekly Recap.
GameStop Opening GameStop For Kids Stores Oh, well they can't go and pass up the opportunity to rip off little Timmy, now can they?
Blizzard Caught In A Lie: Support Says They Didn't Test Diablo 3 Linux Exploits Oh this isn't looking too good for Blizzard, is it?
Deadlight Arrives For Steam After making its debut on XBLA, the dark and moody platformer finally arrives on Steam.
Cyberpunk 2077, Witcher 3 Planned For PS4, Xbox 720 Skipping right over the granddaddies of today's gen of gaming, CD Projekt is hitting up the newer, hotter consoles.
Halo 4 Vynyl Figures Are Too Damn Cute Microsoft is really cashing in on the Halo craze like never before, even making figurines for toddlers.
StarForge, One of The Biggest Games Ever Heads To Greenlight And by big, I mean galactic sized.
Earth Defense Force 2017 Portable Gets Buggy On Vita This Winter One of the most underrated shooters makes its way to Sony's latest handheld.