More bad news and faux pas for Nintendo's Wii U console, while Warren Spector's Junction Point Studios has been dissolved by Disney.
Nintendo sells gamers out to EA (which is fine), vanilla Doom 3 is pulled from Steam, and several Wii U features may be missing at launch in the week's news.
Nintendo downclocks their potential, Square Enix's technology director gibbers like a fool, and the 3DS' deficiencies are glossed over in this week's spintacular news segment!
The events of E3 (Thursday) - Featuring: Nintendo revels that the Miiverse social network will be thoroughly gimped, the Wii U might have an even more scant launch line-up than we feared, and New Super Mario Bros 2 is doing something different with coins.
Nintendo has suffered some losses this year as their mid-year financial report reveals. Plans for a new November lineup are in place to hopefully inflate the numbers once again.
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