Super Meat Boy takes a break, Bullet Run calls it quits, and Halo’s not comin’ to Steam.
Judgment goes old-school, Killer is Dead might be going to America, and Kellee Santiago is going to get more people to make games.
Two Arma III devs are on their way home, Guild Wars 2 sold like hotcakes, and Disney dropped the HAMMER.
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.
Trion cuts some workers, THQ continues to confuse, and Kinect Party’s launching soon.
Quantic calls it quits, Capps decides to quit, and Hitman’s marketing team needs to quit.
The Wii goes mini, Microsoft sells a whole bunch of Xboxes, and Trion’s not ending their nations just yet.
Telltale grows, Warcraft domains get registered, and Nuketown pulls a vanishing and reappearing act.
Sony throws down the glove on Playstation Plus, Beyond Good & Evil 2 still exists, CoDBLOPSDOS has a physical mixup.
Steam’s available for some Linux users, THQ stock continues to be depressing, and Microsoft is working on another type of Surface.