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GN Unplugged: The Art of Blizzard
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GN Unplugged: The Art of Blizzard
Review by: Travis Huinker
The perfect coffee table book for Blizzard enthusiasts. READ FULL REVIEW...
GN Unplugged: The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia
Article by: Jeremy Duff
Jeremy finally gets his hands on the formerly Japanese-exclusive Hyrule Historia. READ FULL ARTICLE...

Now Playing: The Last of Odyssey Edition

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Buried behind the scenes in email threads, Gaming Nexus has been a house divided over the importance or irrelevance of Half-Life 2; the good, the bad, and the ugly of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One reveals; and talking our E3 expectations up and down the wall. There's no calm before the E3 storm--this one in particular. Remember Me drove critics into a split decision, while The Last of Us is a contender for game of the year, and we’re not even halfway through 2013.

What are you playing this weekend?

Russell Archey | staff writer | Twitter @neoscyther
I'm continuing my trek through Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia. I'm about halfway through (according to GameFAQs anyway) and I have mixed feelings about the glyph system. On the one hand, the concept is interesting, absorbing glyphs to learn new attacks and spells. On the other hand, the fact that even things like swords and other melee weapons come from glyphs, and that enemies have strengths and weaknesses against those melee weapons...I don't know. It's an interesting concept, but I'd have liked it better if the weapons were still physical items that could be equipped, and the strengths and weaknesses were kept to elemental weapons and attacks, not standard hammers, swords, and so on.

Sean Cahill | staff writer | Twitter @seancahill2
While I wait (see: hug myself while I rock back and forth) for the The Elder Scrolls Online beta to launch, I've been diving back into some older titles. Right now I'm enjoying a run with Muramasa: The Demon Blade on my Wii along with Final Fantasy IV: The After Years.

Nathan Carter | staff writer | Twitter @natedoggcata
I just finished day one of my 10 day stretch of work before I get a day off, so it's gonna be quick and easy games for me for the next week or so. Left 4 Dead 2 is almost always my fallback. This game just never gets old to me and the endless stream of content coming from the Steam Workshop will keep me playing until (fingers crossed that the rumor is true) Left 4 Dead 3 is released. I recently have gotten into the amazing Orcs Must Die 2 on PC as well. Man this game is so much fun and incredibly addicting. Must...get...more...skulls.

Sean Colleli | staff writer
I seriously need to head back into my Wii U backlog. Ironically, I have plenty there I need to finish--Mario Bros. U, Darksiders II, Resident Evil: Revelations...maybe even some ZombieU if I'm not a coward. Hopefully Nintendo will announce some good first- and third-party exclusives at E3, so I have a reason to keep playing the Wii U for the rest of the year.

Charles Husemann | editor-in-chief | Twitter @chusemann
This weekend is going to be all around preparing for E3 next week, so it's going to be a lot of pre-writing activities and packing for the trip. I might take a few MechWarrior Online breaks here and there, but for the most part this is going to be all about getting ready for the biggest E3 in eight years.

Randy Kalista | staff writer | Twitter @randykalista
Nearly complete, I'm wrapping up the whole tutorial enchilada in EVE Online. Exposed to dozens of in-game ecosystems and processes, I now have a foot in the door to multiple professions dealing with trade and retail, exploration and salvaging, hacking and negotiation--and a little thing called OMG laser guns pewpew. The Odyssey expansion launched this week, and its focus on exploration is relevant to my Homeric interests.

Mike Mahardy | staff writer | Twitter @mmahardy
I'll be playing The Last of Us this weekend, unless I have it done already, in which case I'll be writing my review before I jet off to LA with the Gaming Nexus team.

E3 2013: Firefly Studios to unveil Stronghold Crusader 2

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As the news rolls in on what to expect from next week's Electronic Entertainment Expo, developers and publishers continue to release teaser information on what they will be showing off.  Firefly Studios announced that they will have Stronghold Crusader 2 at the event next week, with screenshots and a full trailer to become public soon thereafter.  Strategy fans will be excited for what Firefly has to offer in the continuation of the popular series, but will have to wait at least a few more days to get a glimpse.  Expect to see the screenshots and trailers in the very near future! [READ MORE]

News Roundup - 06/06/2013

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E3 2013: Twitch.TV announces their massive E3 live broadcast schedule

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If you cannot attend E3 next week, no worries because Twitch.TV has you covered. They will be streaming live from E3 and have released their gigantic schedule for the event. 

Updates on the schedule and more E3 news can be found on their official blog.

If you are attending E3, be sure to check out the Twitch booth located in South Hall #235.

Finally, you can catch all the E3 live streaming on their official live stream

note, schedule is subject to change

Tuesday, June 11th 
·         12:00pm – Saints Row 4 (Volition Inc./Deep Silver)
·         12:20pm – Dungeon Defenders 2 (Trendy Entertainment)
·         12:40pm – The Bureau: XCOM Declassified (2K Games)
·         1:00pm – Charlie Murder (Microsoft Studios)
·         1:15pm – Ascend (Microsoft Studios)
·         1:30pm – THIEF (Square Enix)
·         1:45pm – MURDERED: SOUL SUSPECT (Square Enix)
·         2:15pm – Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist (Ubisoft)
·         2:30pm – TBA (Sony PlayStation/Santa Monica Studio)
·         3:00pm – Fantasia: Music Evolved! (Harmonix Music)
·         3:15pm – TBA (Adult Swim Games)
·         3:30pm – Borderlands 2: Tiny Tina's Assault on Dragon's Keep DLC (2K Games)
·         4:00pm – Super TIME Force (Microsoft Studios)
·         4:15pm – Watch Dogs (Ubisoft)
·         4:30pm – Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures (ScrewAttack)
·         5:00pm – TBA (Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment)
·         5:30pm – E3 Day Wrap Up w/Dennis Fong, CEO of Raptr
 
Wednesday, June 12th  
·         10:30am – Call of Duty: Ghosts (Activision)
·         10:45am – Destiny (Bungie/Activision)
·         11:00am – TBA (Respawn Entertainment/Electronic Arts)
·         11:35am – DuckTales Remastered (CAPCOM)
·         12:00pm – TBA (PopCap/Electronic Arts)
·         1:00pm – TBA (Microsoft Studios)
·         1:30pm – LEGO Marvel Heroes (Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment)
·         1:45pm – Quantum Break (Remedy Entertainment)
·         2:00pm – TBA (Ubisoft)
·         2:15pm – TBA (Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment)
·         2:30pm – Batman: Arkham Origins (Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment)
·         3:00pm – The Wolf Among Us (Telltale Games)
·         3:15pm – Skylanders Swap Force (Activision)
·         3:45pm – YAIBA: NINJA GAIDEN Z (Tecmo Koei)
·         4:00pm – TBA (Microsoft Studios)
·         4:30pm – Black Gold Online (Snail Games)
·         5:00pm – Defiance (Trion Worlds)
·         5:30pm – E3 Day Wrap Up
 
Thursday, June 13th  
·         10:30am – FINAL FANTASY XIV: A Realm Reborn (Square Enix)
·         10:45am – Rayman Legends (Ubisoft)
·         11:00am – The Elder Scrolls Online (Bethesda)
·         11:15am – Wolfenstein: The New Order (Bethesda)
·         11:30am – The Evil Within (Bethesda)
·         11:45am – Assassins Creed 4 (Ubisoft)
·         12:00pm – Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate (Tecmo Koei)
·         12:15pm – Scribblenauts Unmasked: A DC Comics Adventure (Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment)
·         12:30pm – Dragon’s Prophet (Sony Online Entertainment)
·         1:00pm – Warframe (Digital Extremes)
·         1:15pm – Need for Speed (Electronic Arts)
·         1:30pm – Dust 514 (CCP)
·         2:00pm – Solstice Arena (Zynga)
·         2:45pm – Magic 2014: Duels of the Planeswalkers (Wizards of the Coast)
·         3:00pm – TBA (Microsoft Studios)
·         4:00pm – Breach & Clear (Gun Media)
·         4:30pm – E3 Show Wrap Up

E3 2013: Capcom to show off four titles at this years E3

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Capcom has unveiled it's E3 lineup and it's not too shabby although they seem to be showing fewer titles than previous years.  Here's the full list:
  • DuckTales: Remastered
  • Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara 
  • Lost Planet 3
  • Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies
I'm guessing that Ducktales will be the title everyone is talking about but l imagine that a good number of folks will be there for a new Phoenix Wright game.  We'll have coverage of all four titles next week so be sure to check back to see what Matt thinks of the games.

News Roundup - 06/05/2013

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Disney’s Planes gets a shiny, new trailer

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Disney and Pixar have an all-new animated movie hitting theaters on August 9, 2013 entitled Disney’s Planes as well as a nice, shiny new game to accompany it. You already knew that, but you haven’t seen it yet...until now! Your first glimpse of the game in motion can be found below.

Disney’s Planes, developed by Disney Interactive, will be available for the Nintendo Wii, Wii U, DS, and 3DS. The game will continue the story established in the movie that launches later that same week. You can expect to see all of the soon-to-be favorite characters from the movie like Dusty, Ishani, Priyanka, and Bravo, among others.
 
 

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Now Playing: CastleStorm Sanctum Edition

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Wargame: Airland Battle is out, if Wargaming.net is taking too long with their World of [insert war machine here] for you. I'm kidding. Battleships or GTFO, Wargame. There's GRID 2 if you like your racers steamy and sexy and carnal and anthropomorphized as I'm overdoing here. Or FUSE might get its mediocre four-player co-op claws into you; hey, sometimes it’s those split-decision games that turn out to be the most interesting.

What are you playing this weekend?

Russell Archey | staff writer | Twitter @neoscyther
I recently decided to pick up Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D at Best Buy since there's an offer exclusive to Best Buy that nets you a free download code for Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels (the Famicom version, so that would be Japan's Super Mario Bros. 2) from the eShop. Other than that, I also recently picked up Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia for the DS. It's not bad so far, but I'm still unsure how I feel about the Glyph System.

Sean Cahill | staff writer | Twitter @seancahill2
If this terrible cast/wrap comes off of my hand today, I plan on diving back into Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen.  If it doesn't come off, then I will go back to playing Final Fantasy IV: The After Years on my dusted off Wii.

Nathan Carter | staff writer | Twitter @natedoggcata
Now that we are getting closer to summer, my gaming time will be cut down by work, but I'll try to get some in this weekend when I can. I am going to be picking up Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D which I'm very excited about because I really miss this series. Now all you gotta do is put the original SNES Donkey Kong Country games on the 3DS Virtual Console and you will have all of my money, Nintendo. In my downtime, I've been spending a bunch of time with Fire Pro Wrestling Returns which is such an amazing wrestling game. I'll also be picking up the PS2 classic and one of my favorite games of all time, The Warriors, on the PlayStation Network. Finally, I also bought Doom Classic Complete on PS3. It occurred to me that I never finished Final Doom and am currently making my way through TNT Evilution. I had forgotten how much I love Doom. This game is 20+ years old and I still find myself slowly going around tight corridors with little health, not knowing what's going to be coming at me next. 

Nathaniel Cohen | staff writer | Twitter @seven_hells
Nothing new. I'll hopefully finish my BioShock: Infinite 1999 playthrough. It's so much better when you play it with the subtitles on so, you know, you can hear all the super-important dialogue. Now that Euro football season is over, I'll be sublimating that pain into FIFA 13 career mode with spurs--I don't want to wait until August to see Gareth Bale play again. And strangely enough, I've been re-hooked by Red Dead Redemption. I guess I'm using that to deal with my unresolved longing for GTA V. What a depressing week for me and gaming.

Sean Colleli | staff writer
Strangely enough I'm playing through Quake II again. It's a pretty nostalgic game I first played in high school, and in my opinion it’s the high point of the series, at least as far as single-player goes. I might also hunt down a wired 360 controller this weekend so I can start in on my backlog of indie platformers, specifically Super Meat Boy, Limbo, and a second crack at They Bleed Pixels.

Jeremy Duff | senior staff writer | Twitter @duff3c
In addition to heading off into the world of Marvel Heroes, I have to head back for some more CastleStorm. That game is seriously addictive and something I just can't put down. Plus, I might squeeze in a match or two of Prime World: Defenders to get my CCG/TD fix.

Randy Kalista | staff writer | Twitter @randykalista
It's all EVE everything. It's hard for me to talk about EVE Online without my statements turning themselves into hyperbole theater. Even as the game endured 10 years of evolution and revolution, its core competencies have always been a masterpiece of sandbox design. That is, if the sandbox were a beach. And the gameplay elements were varied enough to fit into a garage-sized Craftsman toolbox. See? There I go again. Suffice it to say, after a four-year hiatus, I'm all up in EVE like Adam, and typing up the stories as I go along, though the stories pretty much write themselves.

Jeff Kintner | staff writer
Well, I accidentally stayed up until 6:00 AM playing Amnesia: The Dark Descent last night,and only turned on my lights to check the shadows in my closet twice. So I'll probably be polishing that off sometime this week. Between that and work, I'll be playing the glitchy-but-entertaining Neverwinter MMO beta with my lady, taking advantage of the bonus XP scrolls we got for the infamous Caturday rollback.

Mike Mahardy | staff writer | Twitter @mmahardy
Now that I'm done with FUSE, I'll be playing the FPS tower defense hybrid, Sanctum 2. I'm a fan of both of its halves, so I'm thoroughly enjoying the few hours I've played so far. 
 

News Roundup - 05/30/2013

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E3 2013: Snail Games reveals E3 lineup of online titles

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With E3 only a few weeks away, Snail Games has announced its lineup of online titles that will be showcased at the event including recently-announced Black Gold, Solar Tempest, and Music Soul, in addition to the upcoming Legends of Mount Hua expansion for Age of Wushu. I have an appointment scheduled with Snail Games at E3, which after I'll report on my hands-on time with Black Gold and the other titles. The game lineup details are as follows:

Black Gold
Inspired by the myths and fairytales throughout Northern Europe, Black Gold combines the magic-filled world of fantasy with the mechanized, gothic world of steampunk. Players will be able to trigger more than 3,000 dynamic events and actions that can change the game world. Additionally, characters will have the ability to change forms and drive giant armored mechs in combat, creating a variety of fun and different encounters for both PvE and PvP experiences. Black Gold also features cross-genre gameplay, including both first-person (FPS) and third-person shooter (TPS) elements. 

  • Availability: Fall 2013
  • ESRB Rating: RP
  • Platform: Windows PC 


Age of Wushu - Legends of Mount Hua
Experience a sneak peek at Age of Wushu's upcoming expansion, Legends of Mount Hua, with new content releasing beginning July 2013. A unique, versatile sandbox experience, Age of Wushu transports players to a martial arts world, set in the Ming Dynasty of ancient China. Players will master various martial arts disciplines as they explore ancient China, delving into their character's unique story and facing the consequences of every action without the crutch of MMO staples like levels and classes.

  • Availability: Now / Expansion: Content releases begin July 2013
  • ESRB Rating: M for Mature
  • Platform: Windows PC


Music Soul
Music Soul, an MMO dance game, marks Snail Games' arrival within the music genre. The game features nine cutting-edge game modes, including spirit, competitive and lightning round dance modes.

  • Availability: TBA
  • ESRB Rating: RP
  • Platform: Windows PC


Solar Tempest
Solar Tempest is a post-apocalyptic action RPG arriving as Snail Games' first venture to include a rich and diverse single-player experience to complement fully featured online gameplay. Players can engage each other on stark battlefields through multiplayer, or struggle against a dynamic environment dominated by ruthless enemies in single-player.

  • Availability: TBA
  • ESRB Rating: RP
  • Platform: Windows PC

News Roundup - 05/29/2013

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E3 2013: Majesco announces their E3 2013 lineup

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With E3 on the horizon, video game companies are beginning to toss out their E3 2013 lineups and Majesco is no different.  It looks like Majesco will be mostly focusing on the young-casual gamers this year with the following lineup:
  • Zumba Fitness World Party (Xbox One, Xbox 360, Wii, and Wii U)
  • Phineas and Ferb: Quest for Cool Stuff (Xbox 360, Wii, Wii U, DS, and 3DS)
  • Monster High 13 Wishes Shadow Secrets (Wii, Wii U, DS, and 3DS)
  • Barbie Dreamhouse Party (Wii, Wii U, DS, and 3DS)
  • Young Justice: Legacy (Xbox 360, PS3, and Wii U)
Of those five games, the last three (Monster High, Barbie, and Young Justice) will be distributed under publisher Little Orbit as Majesco has officially announced their new distribution partnership. [READ MORE]

News Roundup - 05/28/2013

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E3 2013: Tecmo Koei announces their E3 lineup.

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It's crazy to me that E3 is right around the corner and I'm expecting this E3 to be one of the biggest yet with both the Playstation 4 and Xbox One there showing off tons of new games. Let's not forget though that tons of other companies will be there as well showing off their new games and today we have news about Tecmo Koei's appearance at the show. 

So what will they be showing off? Let's find out

Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z
  • Players take control of Yaiba, a cyborg ninja wanting revenge. Brought back to life through cyber technology, Yaiba brandishes a ninja sword and weapons in his cyborg arms as he slaughters zombies in over the top action which should look great with the games stylized comic book graphics. Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z will be released early 2014. 
Dead Or Alive 5 Ultimate
  • An updated and expanded version of last years amazing Dead Or Alive 5. Dead Or Alive 5 Ultimate will include all of the extra content from Dead Or Alive 5+ on the Vita as well as new fighters, new stages, new costumes and more. Tecmo Koei has also announced that the game will be released on September 3rd 2013 for the Xbox 360 and PS3. 
Dynasty Warriors 8
  • Dynasty Warriors 8 returns to the kingdoms of Wei, Wu, Shu and Jin trying to gain control over the Three Kingdoms of China and will probably involve you murdering tons of enemies around you in chaotic and exciting fashion. Dynasty Warriors 8 takes it one step further by adding in elements such as multiple endings, enhancements to story mode, new scenarios, new and returning characters and a lot more. Dynasty Warriors 8 will be released on July 16, 2013 for Xbox 360 and PS3. 
Atleier Meruru Plus: The Apprentice of Arland
  • A PS Vita version of the popular RPG series and adds new elements of land development to the game which provides additional depth and gameplay. Extra content and features including new costumes, new endings and all the DLC from the PS3 version will be packed into the Vita version. Atelier Meruru Plus releases on the PS Vita on September 3rd 2013. 
Toukiden
  • Made by the same studio that created the Dynasty Warriors series, this new franchise has players in the role of demon-fighting slayers. Players start in the Utakata Village headquarters where they accept quests and venture out to battle monstrous and deadly Oni before they destroy the world.

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E3 2013: Wargaming to show unannounced console game at E3 2013

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One of the lost headlines of the 2012 E3 show was the fact that Wargaming had one of the biggest booths at the show.  That's right, a Russian free to play company had a 10,000 square foot booth that was nearly as big as the ones from Electronic Arts and Activision.  This fact seemed to elude most of the major game press but does seem to represent a bit of the changing of the guard in the industry as these smaller companies grow and expand.

The folks at Wargaming announced their E3 lineup this morning.  On the PC side, the free to play pioneers will be showing off an updated versions of World of Tanks, the latest version of the World of Warplanes, and the first ever look at World of Warships.  You can check out some new images from all three games below.

The big reveal though will be their unannounced console which is being developed by Wargaming West (formerly Day One Studios).  Will this be a rebranded version of Reign of Thunder (a mech game Day One Studios had started development on) or will it be something else?  The are other questions like if this game will be for current generation consoles and if the game will be a standard $60 retail game or if it will be a free to play game like the rest of the Wargaming titles.  We'll find out E3 which is just around the corner.  

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Now Playing: Gods Among the Sleep Edition

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So, the Xbox One reveal is a thing that happened, but we’re here to talk about games that you can play right now. Defiance is free-to-play from May 23 (yesterday) until this Sunday, 1 PM (Pacific). SimCity is now up to version 4.0, and despite what John Yan is saying, probably none of us at Gaming Nexus is logging back in. And you Far Cry 3 map editors can now spin your VHS tracking knobs with Blood Dragon content.

What are you playing this weekend?

Russell Archey | staff writer | Twitter @neoscyther
I finally finished up with The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Yes, you read that right. I finally finished the main quest in Skyrim--and boy did I overdo it. Full dragon plate armor, free destruction spells, the works. Well enough about that. This weekend I'm planning to enjoy an old classic thanks to Steam's Unreal Deal being only $10 until May 27, so I'll likely be playing something with the words "Unreal Tournament" in it somewhere.

Sean Cahill | staff writer | Twitter @seancahill2
Unfortunately with one hand fully bandaged, I'm going to have to play some old school role-playing games and nothing new, so I dusted off the Wii and plan on playing Final Fantasy VI a bit.

Nathan Carter | staff writer | Twitter @natedoggcata
It’s Memorial Day weekend, and that means all hands on deck where I work, so I won't be able to do much gaming. If I get time, I'll probably try to get some practice in with Injustice: Gods Among Us. Other than that, it will probably be quick games of Left 4 Dead 2 when I can. My regularly scheduled gaming will continue next week when I get my hands on Donkey Kong Country 3DS

Sean Colleli | staff writer
I'll be finishing up Resident Evil Revelations on Wii U. If Capcom keeps going like this, we might actually get the sequel to Resident Evil 4 that it deserved. After that, I'll be enjoying Super Metroid on the Wii U Virtual Console, and maybe some more System Shock 2 on Steam.

Jeremy Duff | senior staff writer | Twitter @duff3c
I will be spending my weekend finishing off FUSE before its launch, and boosting up my virtual card collection in Prime World Defenders. Between that and welcoming the true start of summer with the opening of the pool season, I should find a means of enjoying the extended weekend.

Charles Husemann | editor-in-chief | Twitter @chusemann
I'm going off into the woods for the weekend so it's going to be nothing but iPad games like Temple Run 2, Bookworm Heroes, and  Jetpack Joyride. I'll also be playing fun outdoor games like "Which kinds of snakes are poisonous again?" "No, I thought you packed that," and "WHAT WAS THAT NOISE? OH GOD, WHY DID I WATCH ALL THE FRIDAY THE 13TH MOVIES THE WEEK BEFORE SPENDING A WEEKEND IN A CABIN IN THE WOODS?"

Randy Kalista | staff writer | Twitter @randykalista
Hoping to lose a little sleep as I roam Among the Sleep's alpha. My own post-toddler (is that an age? "Post-toddler"?), well, she gets to trippin' in the middle of the night sometimes, images of her dream world leaking over into her real world. Good times. Checking out this horror game played from the perspective of a two-year-old is probably my worst idea ever. Love the game's title though. Among the Sleep. I mean, I guess that's where you'd eventually find yourself if you were told to "go to" sleep.

Mike Mahardy | staff writer | Twitter @mmahardy
I'll be finishing up FUSE for review, as well as the yearly playthrough of Castlevania: Symphony of the Night that always throws off my backlog schedule. Other than that, I'll keep playing Injustice: Gods Among Us, as it has me completely hooked. I particularly love Green Arrow and Lex.

Epic Mickey 2 painting a pretty picture on the Vita this June

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Sony has announced that an enhanced version of Epic Mickey 2 will be launching on the PlayStation Vita on June 18, 2013. The game is a port of the PlayStation version of the game and includes a variety of new features thanks to the handheld’s capabilities. The title will make full use of the front touch screen on the Vita for things such as your paint, paint thinner, and Oswald’s electric beam and orientation-based controls will be added to things such as driving levels.

The game will be available exclusively through the PlayStation Network for $35.99 next month!

News Roundup - 05/23/2013

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LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes arrives on Wii U

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LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes comes to Wii U today, along with new features exclusive to this version.

Players can use the touch pad to view the world map off-TV, and even play the game completely on the touch pad away from the TV. Alternatively, friends can join to play separately on the television screen and touch pad. 

LEGO Batman 2: DC Super heroes is already available for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, PC and 3DS.



 

News Roundup - 05/20/2013

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