So Nintendo's got a weird eShop system in Europe that prevents full-grown adults from downloading 18+ rated games during the day. It's like a Nintendo night club. You'll have to put the moves on Big Bertha if you want to gain access.
Today, Destructoid took over the VGAs and rigged the ballots (not really). We did learn that folks really like The Walking Dead, and that Dark Souls II is a thing. Elsewhere, we've got reviews for Uncharted: Fight for Fortune, PlanetSide 2, and Mass Effect 3: Omega; we give BioShock Infinite a spin; Xbox 360 sold gangbusters in November; Rayman Legends has a solid release date; and Pachter's being Pachter.
Spike Video Game Awards 2012:
The internet is still buzzing about Microsoft's big "Xbox One" reveal from yesterday...and most of that buzz is not positive. Not only are the fans not thrilled about the lack of backwards compatibility nor the fees involved...more
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So, Denis Dyack put together a lengthy video to establish how he's not scamming the people supporting his Kickstarter. What do you think? I'd have an opinion on it myself but I fell asleep after the first three minutes. On t...more