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Hello again NAG.. people (sorry, long week) and thanks again for coming back for This Week In Gaming. This week we had some rather interesting (and somewhat scandalous) news regarding YouTube content providers, a household name in hacking scores a cushy job, and Microsoft addresses concerns regarding the resolution capabilities of the Xbox One. Then on the gaming side we have a new game that seems trying hard to pretends it’s something other than what it is, a cult classic makes a comeback on the Wii U, Google Play makes some big changes to the way they distribute games and Alien Isolation‘s designer reveals something quite interesting about the game. Then of course there’s a whole crop of videos and highlights from the week you may have missed. Hit the jump!

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Hello again NAGidsfns (sorry, got lazy) and thanks for coming back for This Week In Gaming. This time around we have some more VR news from Sony’s camp – specifically about the technology’s long-term sustainability, we have an interview with one of the Xbox One bosses who talks about keeping momentum and we have an interesting revelation about that white PS4 we’ve been ogling. Then there’s a classy response to criticism from one of the best developer/publishers in the world, Ubisoft’s CEO has a lot to talk about on movies and open-world games and we have a stunningly not-classy response to criticism from a publisher that just can’t seem to turn the corner on customer relations. Added to the mix is a good variety of videos ranging from the indie to the AAA, and some highlights from the week you may have missed (but shouldn’t’ve). All that, some pretty pictures and my unwanted opinion jammed in between, after the jump.

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Hello again NAGagas, and thanks for coming back for This Week In Gaming. This week was a little slow on the console news front, but there was plenty of gaming gossip to make up for it. We saw EA get a well-deserved slap on the wrist to cheers of vindicated gamers the world over, then we saw EA blame us for everything. Some suit-monkey has decided Destiny will outsell crack-cocaine in 2014 and Id software has some bittersweet news for Doom fans. Then we have a sexism issue which may or may not be a sexism issue, and also may or may not be resolved. Sound confusing? That’s only because I want you to hit “Read More”.

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Hello NAGuhrians, and welcome back to This Week In Gaming. This week we have an interesting announcement from YouTube regarding its gaming content, some inside info on working for Nintendo and some good news for captain of the troubled ship Satoru Iwata. Then we have a lengthy interview with Titanfall dev Respawn Entertainment (divided into small, low-attention span chunks), a new record for DotA 2 tournament The International and a big studio makes an indie. Then in our videos we have a new world record, a look at a promising MOBA with a few twists and a little more Kevin Spacey. It’s the usual dose of news, videos and unsolicited opinion – dive in after the jump.

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Hello once again NAGayans, and thanks for coming back for This Week In Gaming. It’s been a busy week on the console side, with plenty of news on the enigmatic Oculus Rift, some actual good news (maybe) for Nintendo and one of gaming history’s biggest failed companies plans their triumphant return. On the gaming side we have some bad news for GTA V fans, some good news for Dead Space fans and some potentially good news for anyone who liked the God of War series. Then we have Call of Duty developer Sledgehammer spinning a yarn we’ve all seen before, albeit with a little more sincerity. Finally, as always, you’ll find some gaming videos and some NAG highlights from the week.

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Hello again NAGirians and thanks for coming back for This Week in Gaming. E3 just happened, which means we’re not exactly short on news this week, despite a full week of coverage. So then, this week I’ve attempted to fill in the gaps with more announcements, reveals, videos and news than you can shake a Wiimote at. Personally, I’m still recovering from losing my worldly wealth in R15 increments in the Good Old Games sale, which you should absolutely check out by the way. Once you’re done destroying your credit card, hit the jump.

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Hello again NAGophiles, and as always thanks for coming back for This Week In Gaming. The last few days have been busy as everybody gears up for E3 (where the NAG Online team will be on site, working” hard). This week saw a boon for Wii U sales as the console enjoyed a much needed boost in sales, a warning by Valve that Early Access may end in disappointment and sadness, an interesting F2P shooter heads to PS4 (where I think it may be more at home), Madden 15 has something new – but not what you’d expect, various E3 shenanigans are underway as the big tease begins, lots of people get sued and there’s a nice big crop of videos and NAG highlights from the week you may want to catch up on. So, hit the jump.

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Hello again NAGinanas, and thanks for coming back for This Week In Gaming. This week we hear comforting news about the future of Xbox, surprising news from Bethesda regarding Oculus, Apple makes a music star into a billionaire, a new MK may be coming soon, Visceral Games responds to the Hardline leak, Bethesda announces a new game and The Order 1886‘s game director has some creative excuses for the game’s low framerate. Then there’s videos, NAG highlights and my unwanted opinion. What more could you want? Hit the jump.

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Hello once more NAGasauruses, and thanks for sneaking your way back in after hours for This Week In Gaming. This week we get a first look at Microsoft’s new tablet, Sony’s optimistic about the PS4′s future while Microsoft continues to treat us all like confused toddlers, new games are both announced and leaked (much to the fury of one disgruntled developer), Apple makes a questionable decision, the longest-running joke on the internet may or may not be coming to an end and more gossip, videos and things you may have missed. Head on in.

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Hello once more NAGyxians and thanks for joining me again for This Week In Gaming. This time around we have more hardware makers bickering about patents – with potentially serious consequences. We also get a look at what the average gamer does with their life, and see how indie makers are going to be forced into putting a little more effort into marketing. Then a mobile game returns from the dead – this time with 50% more morality, while Sledgehammer drops the details on a Call of Duty game that was never released – with a twist. Otherwise, standalone DayZ is about to get more hackers than zombies, and there’s a whole crop of new videos and exciting NAG stuff you may have missed. Hit the jump.

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