The first fully funded Kickstarter project fails, Sega releases an old and mediocre game, and EA releases all of their games gratis in the week's news.
Square Enix announce a HD re-release of Final Fantasy VII, Namco Bandai announce the Western release of Tales of Xillia, and an EU court abolishes software EULAs even as John Riccitiello cries tears for speculative money in this week's positive news boons
Capcom's fighter fortunes flag, EA returns to profitability while TOR loses 400,000 players, and a speculative list of Wii U software is leaked from Blockbuster in this week's hastily assembled news musings - sans Pipher!
Human Head are on strike, leaving Prey 2 in disarray, Ubisoft are harangued by someone almost as noxious as they are, and EA are set to return stolen games to Origin customers in this week's polemic publisher news!
EA find themselves in possession of some uncommonly heavy night soil, EA give Mass Effect 3 fans a happy ending, and EA makes Lane Haygrill smug and superior in this week's newstacular EAsy reading.
This week EA pleads their case, Atlus enters into a marriage of convenience, Hironobu Sakaguchi lets slip three impending iOS titles, and Ubisoft attempts to pass off a budget downloadable title as a full-priced PS Vita game.