The Week That Was…

25 Mar 2011 by John Robertson
Some very promising previews led the way this week, L.A. Noire, Dead Island and Mortal Kombat all very interesting in their own unique way. Some positive reviews for Top Spin 4, RIFT and MotoGP 10/11 managed to completely over-shadow the rather less-than-positive critique of Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime. The top stories of the week included Homefront storming to the top of the UK charts (despite a 6.4/10 from us), the possibility of a new Hitman game and another delay to the elusive Duke Nukem Forever. You'll also want to scroll down to the bottom of the page to catch up on this week's glut of feature articles. Enjoy! STOP PRESS! Don't forget to enter this week's Final Fantasy themed competition! Top stories of the week: Homefront leads UK All-Format Chart Motorstorm Apocalypse release date confirmed Hitman 5 confirmed Former Bizarre Creations employees start new studio Dead Island logo banned in US Portal 2 - 'Panels' Trailer Original GTA design doc available on online TIGA welcomes UK R&D tax credit increase IncGamers adopts new article layout format New Deus Ex: Human Revolution trailer Homefront halfway to recouping costs Resident Evil 4 and Resident Evil: Code Veronica HD editions inbound Duke Nukem Forever delayed, again SOCOM 4 will 'still have SOCOM feel' Warhammer 40k: Space Marine coming this August This week's reviews include our look at 'the best tennis game ever made', along with the highly anticipated RIFT and less highly anticipated Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime. Review round-up: Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime Moto GP 10/11 RIFT Top Spin 4 This week's previews: L.A. Noire Mortal Kombat Dead Island A whole host of features made their way onto IncGamers' front page this week. From interviews to 'Evenings With' to what to play on the toilet, we've got it all. Deus Ex: Human Revoluton Interview Top Spin 4 Interview Dead Island Interview An Evening With: Men of War: Assault Squad Toilet Game of the Week: Dissidia 012 [duodecim] Final Fantasy

Some very promising previews led the way this week, L.A. Noire, Dead Island and Mortal Kombat all very interesting in their own unique way. Some positive reviews for Top Spin 4, RIFT and MotoGP 10/11 managed to completely over-shadow the rather less-than-positive critique of Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime.
The top stories of the week included Homefront storming to the top of the UK charts (despite a 6.4/10 from us), the possibility of a new Hitman game and another delay to the elusive Duke Nukem Forever.
You’ll also want to scroll down to the bottom of the page to catch up on this week’s glut of feature articles. Enjoy!
STOP PRESS! Don’t forget to enter this week’s Final Fantasy themed competition!
Top stories of the week:

Homefront leads UK All-Format Chart
Motorstorm Apocalypse release date confirmed
Hitman 5 confirmed
Former Bizarre Creations employees start new studio
Dead Island logo banned in US
Portal 2 – ‘Panels’ Trailer
Original GTA design doc available on online
TIGA welcomes UK R&D tax credit increase
IncGamers adopts new article layout format
New Deus Ex: Human Revolution trailer
Homefront halfway to recouping costs
Resident Evil 4 and Resident Evil: Code Veronica HD editions inbound
Duke Nukem Forever delayed, again
SOCOM 4 will ‘still have SOCOM feel’
Warhammer 40k: Space Marine coming this August

This week’s reviews include our look at ‘the best tennis game ever made’, along with the highly anticipated RIFT and less highly anticipated Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime. Review round-up:

Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime
Moto GP 10/11
RIFT
Top Spin 4

This week’s previews:

L.A. Noire
Mortal Kombat
Dead Island

A whole host of features made their way onto IncGamers’ front page this week. From interviews to ‘Evenings With’ to what to play on the toilet, we’ve got it all.

Deus Ex: Human Revoluton Interview
Top Spin 4 Interview
Dead Island Interview
An Evening With: Men of War: Assault Squad
Toilet Game of the Week: Dissidia 012 [duodecim] Final Fantasy

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