The Week that Was: Video Game Recap
As we sojourn into a Friday evening here in Australia, it’s time to take a look back at the week that was on GamingHUD and do a recap on all the video game news and articles that went live.
Gaming Laughs – Triforce Edition
“What else can I say about this one before throwing up the images? It’s 8 scenes in length (meaning 8 separate images) which oddly enough and totally unplanned, is the same length as the Mario edition. The Triforce is also asuper special edition because it is interactive! Well, kinda. An image of something appears in every single one of the scenes, hidden away for you to find. Leave a comment below with what that image is and what it’s location is in each of the 8 scenes to win a prize (Eternal Fame on GamingHUD! What better prize, right?).”
“Time to do a wrap of Call of Duty: Black Ops news and instead of making an individual post I’ll combine the recent stuff into one! Without further adieu.”
“EA Sports in conjunction with ESPN have been running a vote to determine which NFL player will feature on the cover of Madden NFL 12. We’re now down to the…”
Ocarina of Time 3D to get Boss Rush and more
“The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D is definitely one of the most anticipated games coming up for the 3DS, regardless of the fact that for all we knew,…”
Watch Brendan O’Connor’s appearance at EB Games Store
“The R18+ classification debate here in Australia is one that is bitterly fought and has been going on for far too long. It’s a subject that Australian gamers feel strongly…”
“Today Egosoft and Deep Silver announced their next game, X Rebirth. They originally stated that they will announce “TNBT” (The Next Big Thing) later on this month at FedCon XX, April 28th,…”
New Mario 3DS this year?
“During an interview with GameBlog, Shigeru Miyamoto – the man behind so many of our beloved Nintendo franchises – revealed that we may not be waiting too long for a…”
“Whatever Bungie’s latest project is, be it a Sci-fi MMO or not, the team are currently looking for beta testers, as advertised on their website. Given Bungie’s popularity, there’s bound…”