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The Week That Was… (ending 16/10/11)

16 Oct 2011  by   Paul Younger
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Reviews for Batman and Ace Combat accompany a big week for news.
The past week has been more interesting than most for news, not least thanks to info on Mass Effect 3’s multiplayer modes, new attacks on Sony’s PSN and some interesting comments from developers.
DICE spoke out about the fact that many (us included) have likened Battlefield 3’s campaign to something we’d expect from a Call of Duty – the developer promising that they haven’t strayed from their own ideas. You can read our thoughts on that here: Battlefield 3: Set-pieces and atmosphere.
Dark Souls developer From Software were also nice enough to talk exclusively to IncGamers, check out our chat in full here.
The biggest stories and articles of the week as follows:
News

Xbox Live users report unauthorised Fifa-related purchases
GTAIII coming to Android and iOS this fall
New Mass Effect 3 video explains multiplayer
PSN accounts compromised in fresh Sony attacks
Today on the EU PlayStation Store (12/10/11)
Today on Xbox Live (12/10/11)
DICE: Battlefield 3 and Call of Duty are “very different”
Final Fantasy XIII-2 will have 1 or 2 DLC updates every month
First batch of Gran Turismo 5 DLC dated
Street Fighter x Tekken due in March

Key Articles

Batman: Arkham Asylum Review
Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Review
Jonah Lomu Rugby Challenge Review
Dark Souls: The difficulty, the design and the sequel (Interview)
Is Blizzard getting it wrong with the Diablo III beta? (Editorial)
Publishers are still playing by the retailers’ rules (Editorial)

 

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