The past week was one filled with surprises, change, intrigue, mystery--okay, we'll stop there. But there were some significant new developments, changes, and even some deals among the top happenings in the week that was.
The rollercoaster of the week has to go to End of Nations. All was quiet on that front since the game's launch was postponed. Then, last week, the news that Petroglyph was leaving as developer and Trion taking development in-house. We take a look at the situation in a dual editorial for you: End of Nations - It's Trion's Fight Now.
In League of Legends, there's also a lot of change going on. Season 3 has almost made it a new game in a couple of ways--brand new items, tightening and increasing difficulty of the jungle, and more. Get our analysis in Season 3 - So Much Has Changed.
And speaking of changes, we've gone back through the past couple of years to take a look at Riot Games from beginning until now.
It hasn't all been fun news lately. Noted LoL jungler IWillDominate was banned last week for a track record of abuse against other players. Some called for his reinstatement, while Riot sticks with its punishment.
Guardians of Middle-earth came out last week, making it one of the few MOBAs available for consoles. It's a console exclusive, in fact. Check out our review: Guardians of Middle-earth: One MOBA to Rule the Console?
The first video dev diary for Company of Heroes 2 has just been released. Get a look at lots of gameplay and the TrueSight and ColdTech systems in action.
The Creative Assembly has landed a significant new IP thanks to a deal between parent company Sega and Games Workshop. The Total War development house will be taking on Warhammer Fantasy.
Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion was revitalized by the recent massive update that included a ton of new maps. Here's our take on the game as it is now.