Delivering news, reviews, Quick Looks, columns and Diaries
The review department of the Games section for Softpedia was pretty busy this week and worked on: Medal of Honor: Warfighter, the military first-person shooter from Danger Close and Electronic Arts, Need for Speed: Most Wanted, the open-world racing title from Criterion and, again, Electronic Arts, and the clear star that is Halo 4, the space-based first-person shooter from developer 343 Industries and publisher Microsoft.
When it comes to Quick Looks, we also have one for the aforementioned Halo 4, which shows how we felt after we played through the opening sequences of the game, and one for Angry Birds: Star Wars.
There are also Gamer Diaries to read: one for Assassin’s Creed 3, which tackles questions about the nature of the Templars and the Assassin’s, and one linked to Their Finest Hour, the expansion for World War II grand strategy title Hearts of Iron III.
We also deliver the usual Weekend Reading pieces: one about the feeling of constant surprise I associate with FIFA 13 and another about GTA V.
As always, we also have the EndWeekGame piece and a selection of the news of the past week.
On Monday, Chris Roberts said that the coming generation of home consoles would not be able to run Star Citizen, while Treyarch asked people not to play the leaked version of Black Ops 2.
On Tuesday, the same developer talked about the Strike Force missions for the new Call of Duty and 343 Industries fixed server issues for Halo 4.
On Wednesday, we talked about the celebrations for N7 day at BioWare and 343 Industries talked about the creation of Halo 4.
On Thursday, Bethesda announced that Skyrim extra content might soon arrive on the PS3 and an analyst predicted that GTA V would sell 25 million units in one year.
On Friday, we talked about GTA V and the details Rockstar released about the new game.
On Saturday, Blizzard got sued over Battle.net security and 343 Industries teased season 2 for Halo 4: Spartan Ops.