Welcome to the first edition of RealGamerNewz: Week In Review, a new section of the website which will keep our readers up to date on all the biggest RGN Sites News, Next Generation Headlines, News, Reviews, and Podcasts (and more) released by RealGamerNewz. On each Sunday around 5PM Eastern we will remain dedicated to bringing you the best of our content.
This week’s RealGamerNewz: Week In Review brings us the posts from April 1, 2013 (April Fools Day) to today April 7, 2013.
Sad news came with Aliens: Colonial Space Marines being cancelled for the Nintendo Wii U. We also saw some bizarre events take place as a political backdrop to the “real world” when North Korea used Modern Warfare 3 to illustrate their dreams of taking out the United States through nuclear warfare. Three Ride to Hell games were also announced by Deep Silver as well as new trailers being seen from The Last of Us and Thief. Check out the rest of the week’s best below:
RGN Site News:
Nex Gen Headlines:
- GameStop: PlayStation 4′s Release Date is “Global” for 2013
- Microsoft Studios Creative Director Says “I want every device to be always on”.
- Xbox 720 Still Not Confirmed, Microsoft Apologizes for “Always-On” Comments
- BioShock Infinite Hits #1 in UK Sales
- ‘Ride to Hell’ PS3 / 360 Biker Gang Games Announced by Deep Silver
- North Korea uses Modern Warfare 3 to show their dreams of bombing the U.S.A.
- Grand Theft Auto V Boxart Officially Revealed
- StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm Review
- Assassin’s Creed 3 Review
- Dead Space 3 Review
- BioShock Infinite Review
- RealGamerNewz Easter Special With Eric McVinney of Armandra Studios
- RealGamerNewz Podcast: Episode #953 – April 5, 2013
- Apple Outsells Microsoft For First Time Ever
- Anonymous Hacks Nuke-Threatening North Korea
- How To Stop the Internet From Spying On You – Opt Out of Online Behavioral Advertising
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