Today's article is up really, really late. In fact, this isn't even really it. It's not ready yet. I've spent the last few days almost exclusively playing with E'lara over there in Hunted: The Demon's Forge. I mean look at her! She's beautiful and bad. We've killed a lot of monsters and crawled a lot of dungeons together, but there is still much to do. I'm still finishing up my review for it and it will definitely be up tomorrow. So check back then. In the meantime, now that your sufficiently distracted by the beautiful half-naked elf, here are some highlights from the week in gaming.
Sony finally got the PlayStation Store back up this week, and just today announced that the "Welcome Back" package is available for download. As we discussed, the choices are not bad, but mostly rather old games. Personally, I'm still deciding between Dead Nation, Infamous, and Little Big Planet. The latter two have the advantage. I already own Super Stardust HD, and Wipeout HD is definitely last on my list. The move isn't surprising, considering E3 is coming up and one could only assumed they'd want all systems go for the big event.
Kotaku caught sight a Legend of Zelda 25th Anniversary lanyard on Twitter, and is reasonably taking it as a sign that Nintendo is planning some celebration for Zelda's big year. This is a fair assumption, given that Nintendo released three different special edition products for Mario's anniversary last year: the red wii, the red DSi XL, and limited edition Super Mario All-Stars for Wii. That was some serious plumber love. Here's hoping they give some love to the elf this year. No. Ocarina of Time 3DS does not count.
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