Super Meat Boy takes a break, Bullet Run calls it quits, and Halo’s not comin’ to Steam.
The Evening Report, January 22nd, 2013: Elder Betas and Judging Gears
Judgment goes old-school, Killer is Dead might be going to America, and Kellee Santiago is going to get more people to make games.
The Evening Report, January 15th, 2013: Guild Sales and Bailed-out Bohemians
Two Arma III devs are on their way home, Guild Wars 2 sold like hotcakes, and Disney dropped the HAMMER.
The Evening Report, January 8th, 2013: Little Pistons and Red Capes
Valve’s moving into hardware, EA’s cutting off the Sims 2’s internet access, and Ni no Kuni takes a step back on the release calendar.
The Evening Report, December 11th, 2012: Trion Reduces and Kinect Parties
Trion cuts some workers, THQ continues to confuse, and Kinect Party’s launching soon.
The Evening Report, December 4th, 2012: Quantic Departs and Absolution Misses
Quantic calls it quits, Capps decides to quit, and Hitman’s marketing team needs to quit.
The Evening Report, November 27th, 2012: Lots of Boxes and Ending Nations
The Wii goes mini, Microsoft sells a whole bunch of Xboxes, and Trion’s not ending their nations just yet.
The Evening Report, November 20th, 2012: Heroes of Telltale 2025
Telltale grows, Warcraft domains get registered, and Nuketown pulls a vanishing and reappearing act.
The Evening Report, November 13th, 2012: Playstation Swarms and Mass Ops 2
Sony throws down the glove on Playstation Plus, Beyond Good & Evil 2 still exists, CoDBLOPSDOS has a physical mixup.
The Evening Report, November 6th, 2012: Plunging Stocks and Steamy Penguins
Steam’s available for some Linux users, THQ stock continues to be depressing, and Microsoft is working on another type of Surface.