The Week That Was… (ending 23/10/11)
PS Vita, Deus Ex and a whole lot of Skyrim.
This week on IncGamers at times seemed dominated by news, features and articles regarding a certain fantasy RPG from the guys at Bethesda – Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim getting the preview, interview, art and news breakdowns.
For much of the week, Skyrim articles held the top five positions in our ‘Most Read Articles’ chart – so don’t pretend you’re not interested.
Image taken from Skyrim.
Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
Skyrim: The first three hours [Preview]
Designing a magical world: Skyrim [Interview]
The Environments of Skyrim [Art]
Skyrim: Console mod support ‘not in the works’
Bethesda: Consoles can do everything we need them to
PS3 development is no longer ‘an issue’, says Bethesda
Skyrim 360 achievements revealed
It wasn’t all Skyrim, though. Sony announced the official release date for upcoming handheld PS Vita in the West, EA revealed that Fifa 12 is outselling PES 2012 by a massive 25-to-1 and Naughty Dog chatted to us about the Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune movie that’s due 2013. If some sources are to be believed, 2013 is also the year when Microsoft will announced the successor to the Xbox 360. Links to all of this and more can be found below.
Speaking of Naughty Dog… you’ll want to return to IncGamers tomorrow (Monday 24 Oct) at 5pm GMT/Noon EST to catch our review of Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception.
PS Vita Western release date confirmed
Kill whores in Saint’s Row: The Third
Portal 2 to get free, simple level editor
SSX due in February
Diablo III Collector’s Edition announced
World of Warcraft: Mist of Pandaria expansion announced
Golden Joystick winners announced: Portal 2 gets Game of the Year
Naughty Dog talk uncharted movie
Doom 4 delayed indefinitely
Rumour: Next Xbox due at E3 2013?
Gears of War 3 campain DLC announced
Today on Xbox Live (19/10/11)
Fifa 12 outsells PES 2012 by 25-to-1
EA caught screening Battlefield 3 reviewers
The week’s big feature articles includes a look back at 10 years of Halo concept art and a comparison between the original SD images of Devil May Cry and the high-res pictures of the forthcoming HD re-release. We’re rather arty here, though we say so ourselves.
We’ve also got reviews for Deus Ex: Human Revolution’s ‘Missing Link’ DLC, downloadable title Okabu and the strategy game behemoth that is Football Manager 2012.
Oh, and we also put our neck on the line with predictions as to the Christmas top 10 videogame chart.
The Art of Halo: Future heroes [Art]
Deus Ex: Human Revolution: The Missing Link [DLC Review]
Who will be Christmas 2011 number one? [Predictions]
Devil May Cry HD Collection: HD/SD Image Comparison [Art]
Football Manager 2012 [Review]