In this week’s edition of Last Week’s Gaming News, I cover Planet Coaster suing Atari for Royalties, Pokemon Snap on WII U Virtual Console, Mass Effect Andromeda’s release date, Clueless Gamer gets a TV series and so much more! Enjoy!
In this week’s edition of Last Week’s Gaming News, I cover the likes of the release of Pokemon Sun and Moon, Super Mario Run, Mods available on the PS4 for Fallout 4, The Game Awards Nominees, and Watch Dogs 2 nudity and online multiplayer.
In this week’s edition of Last Week’s Gaming News, I talk about The release of the PlayStation 4 Pro, the new trailer for Mass Effect Andromeda, Beware of Slenderman documentary, Grand Theft Auto Online’s Deadline mode, and the great Nintendo NES Classic mini shortage. Please like, subscribe and share the video! Enjoy!
In today’s Last Week’s Gaming News: Grand Theft Auto: Vice City gets a fan-made remastering of its introduction scene. Steam will require devs to put real in-game screenshots instead of concept art. Pokemon Go introduces daily and Weekly bonuses. Wii U might have ended production last Friday. The Original Diablo gets patched into Diablo 3. All that and more in today’s Last Week’s Gaming News!
Another hard hit for Nintendo has come in North America. Club Nintendo will be no more by the end of the summer. Although there isn’t a clear reason why, Scott Moffitt, Nintendo of America’s executive vice president of Sales & Marketing, has stated: “We thank all Club Nintendo members for their dedication to Nintendo games and their ongoing love for our systems and characters. We want to make this time of transition as easy as possible for our loyal Club Nintendo members, so we are going to add dozens of new rewards and downloadable games to help members clear out their Coin balances.”
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For as long as I can remember, there have always been console wars. Nintendo versus Sega, Sony versus Microsoft to name a few. For the last couple of years, we have seen an increase in “exclusives” and “Only on” which most of the time leaves a sour taste in the mouth of the losing side. The big question is: Could there be only one? Think about it for a couple of seconds and let it sink in. I know what you are thinking, could I be losing my mind? What is he talking about? Well it’s simple, could we have a single console that did everything without the pain of arguing or envy?
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