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Well, today’s the day. Four new releases worth talking about:

  • Gears of War: Judgement
  • Walking Dead: Survival Instinct

Well, you can obviously tell which one I’M excited about, but I’ll humor the other titles.

Gears of War: Judgement

The latest addition to the color deprived series of Gears of War, GoW: Judgement, released at midnight today. I’ve played through the series, and I’m just not crazy about it. It’s one of those games that was only fun to me if a friend was playing with me: very boring otherwise. As expected, I’m not picking this one up, but hell, if you’re a fan of the Gears series, then go for it.

The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct


The latest cash-in to the Walking Dead series features Daryl from AMC’s live action series (and one of my favorite characters) in a first-person “survival” game. I…

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Red Dead Redemption’s long-rumoured follow-up is happening, Rockstar has confirmed in a new instalment of the studio’s ‘Asked and Asnwered’ blog.

Rockstar received the question, “All I wanna know is is there goin to be a new Red Dead game any time soon?” over Facebook.

The studio responded with, “We love Red Dead too – and are thrilled that so many of you loved John Marston’s tale and are excited for more epic Western action.”

“As we mentioned in our last set of Asked & Answereds to similar questions about the future of other game franchises like Bully and L.A. Noire, we don’t always rush to make sequels but that does not mean that we won’t get to them eventually.”

“Stay tuned for further announcements about the future of the Red Dead series.”

Back in April, NowGamer reported accounts from a ‘Rockstar Insider’ that the new Red Dead game will be called Red Dead Rebellion. Check out the details here.

Source: NowGamer

My Nintendo News

five_player_multiplayer_nintendo_land_animal_crossingNintendo Landdoesn’t feature online multiplayer; however, it includes local multiplayer for up to five players. IGN asked the party game’s director, Takayuki Shimamura, why there is no option to play its multiplayer minigames with other Wii U players online. According to Shimamura, it’s more fun to have players – with different designated roles – to be able to communicate with each other in the same room while engaged in a minigame. Do you wish Nintendo Land included online multiplayer, or are you lucky enough to always have other potential players in your household?

“The biggest mission of Nintendo Land development was to bring across the charms of this new game structure involving a large TV screen and a smaller GamePad in your hand.”

“With the GamePad, it’s now much more fun to have players carry out different roles in the same space. One of the themes we paid…

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