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Hello again NAGoys and thanks for returning for This Week In Gaming. This week we had some sad news for Microsoft’s Xbox One and some Apples news that had everyone scratching their heads in confusion – everyone except EA, who seem to have fallen serious victim to Apple fever. Then we have some Oculus gossip that may or may not be true, and a new-edition 3Ds that you’ll want, but can’t have. Then on the gaming side Alien Isolation gets it’s minimum and recommended PC specs, more insanity spouted from an EA exec and a small New Mexico town will be auctioning off the worst game of all time – and I totally want it. Then there’s a healthy bunch of gameplay and dev diary videos, some highlights from the week and other goodness sprinkled in between. Hit the jump.

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Hello once again NAGilks, and thanks for joining me once again for This Week In Gaming. This time around we have some bad news for a couple of irate birds, some inspiring news from the maker of the Unreal engine, developers rally against hateful internet commentary and EA is hoping a coffee expert can turn around their crappy image. Then on the gaming side we have a mature response to criticism from Saint’s Row’s creative director, a game is migrating from Xbox One to PC (and noone cares), a Google hacker creates a tool to exploit Hearthstone and Sega does something awesome for fans of Rome 2: Total War. Then there’s a bunch of videos, some highlights from the week and other things you may have missed out on. Check that out, after the jump.

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Hello again everyone and thanks for joining me once again for This Week In Gaming. This time around we have some exciting news from GoG.com, a new(ish) offering from Nintendo, a not-so-new and not-so-wanted offering from Microsoft and developers are turning up their noses at PC. Then on the gaming side there’s a couple of exciting reveals, some updates for one of my favourite games and a whole lot of internet controversy. Plus videos, NAG highlights and general badassery. Or, you know, news. Jump jump jump.

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Hello once more NAGucks, and thanks for coming back for This Week In Gaming. It’s been a noisy week in the console sphere, with Sony’s big bosses flapping their gums about VR and motion controls, and Xbox seemingly adding a new feature for their loyal Gold subscribers. Then we have more resolutiongate drama, but not exactly what you’d expect, while game developers reveal who they’d like to work for more than anything else. All that along with some videos (some good ones this week), some bleak news for the Wii U, some NAG highlights, another video game movie that looks to be terrible and all other things you may have missed this week.

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Hello again NAGgips and thanks for coming back for This Week In Gaming. It’s been a busy week with Gamescom, so this time around the news sections are packed with things that slipped through the cracks. Things like Microsoft’s response to resolutiongate, Sony’s future plans for the PS4, the Kinect’s complete absence at Gamescom this year and a big Xbox buyout may be in the works. Then on the gaming side we have a magnificent extra coming with The Witcher 3, Hideo Kojima is holding nothing back with a new horror title and the new Assassin’s Creed gets a “feature” that will leave some with a bad taste in their mouths. All that and some brand new gameplay videos, some NAG highlights and the usual chunk of unsolicited opinion from yours truly. Hit the jump!

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Hello again NAGyxians, and thanks for coming back for This Week In Gaming. I’m leaving the place of gold this weekend, but I’ve scheduled your weekly news roundup so you don’t have to have your Saturday ruined by confusion and misery. So, future you, this week you can read about some Oculus Rift scepticism from big names in the industry, Logitech’s new “fastest mouse in the world” and Sony’s pleasant PS4 news. On the gaming side there’s a new indie studio with an exciting head, Gearbox defends a lawsuit, fresh IP to be announced by a promising developer, an update from Hideo Kojima regarding MGS V and an all-new sandbox title from a talented team. All that, some other news, a bunch of videos and some highlights from this week. Hit the jump.

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Hello once again NAGukks, and thanks for coming back for This Week In Gaming (especially after that last one, amirite?). This week we have some sexy new Xbox Ones (that you can never have), a little Hearthstone discussion, The Witcher 3 guys talk sex in video games, Bioware teases a new game and a burglar gets done in by a console. There’s also an interesting new addition to Titanfall that isn’t what you think, and another big FPS release is pushed back to next year. All that and the usual stuff, after the jump.

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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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