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Right, so you may have noticed this column is more than a full day late. You may also notice that it’s a little trimmer than usual (but only a little). My humble apologies dear NAGguts, I was away for the weekend and didn’t manage to poop this out before I left. I tried, but didn’t quite have enough fiber to finish the job. Still, if you hit the jump you’ll find the usual news roundup, videos and NAG Online highlights. Booya!

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Hello NAGurfers and thanks for coming back for This Week In Gaming. This time around we have some depressing news for PC gamers looking forward to The Evil Within, some good news for people who like casual games and, er, Google I guess, more news on the Minecraft movie and DriveClub developers offer some updates on their disastrous launch. Then we have some Far Cry 4 news, an upcoming title might be the biggest game ever released and Uncharted has some good ideas. More news, more videos, more NAG Online highlights and more unwanted commentary from yours truly, all after the jump.

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Greeting NAGillians, and thank you for optimistically checking back for This Week In Gaming. I haven’t the time to do my usual rundown of the week’s events this Saturday as I’ll be spending all my time at rAge, but as a consolation I’ll be dumping a whole lot of videos below for your general enjoyment. Don’t go away though – check back all weekend for updates from the rAge floor, including interviews, first impressions and other neat stuff. And for now, check out all the latest videos that dropped this week.

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Hello once more NAGhuts, and thanks for coming back for This Week In Gaming. This week we’re taking a look at some Kickstarter news, good and bad, some Xbox news, all bad, as well as Portal, Watch Dogs, Hideo Kojima and Pillars of Eternity. That was a somewhat brief summary, wasn’t it? Am I being enticing, or just lazy? Hit the jump and decide for yourself. Also, there’s videos.

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Hello once again NAGunnits, and thanks for coming back for This Week In Gaming. This time around we’ve got some Rift news for those who are still interested, some minimum requirements drop for Bethesda’s next big title and a Ubisoft is so impressed with one of their games they’re giving the team another project. Then we hear from the Triad Wars developer on how their free-to-play model won’t be gouging gamers, a Nintendo classic releases in Japan but not on Western shores and Valve is offering the greatest bundle deal in the history of anything ever. Then we also have the usual collection of video releases, highlights from the week and other stuff I forgot to type up here/didn’t forget but frankly couldn’t muster the effort. Check all that out, after the jump.

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destiny

Yoyoyo NAG-wizzles, and thanks for coming back, homies. I’ve spent the morning listening to rap music and getting in touch with my inner gangsta. Meanwhile, in news, Destiny has a big impact in the UK, Microsoft cheekily tries to dodge marketing sanctions, a Kickstarter project actually gets released while another one does the more popular trick of ceasing to exist. There’s all kinds of videos this week, with a few new gameplay trailers getting sprinkled in with the regular news – stuff like The Order 1886’s guns which are trying to kill you. There’s a lot of other stuff I’m too tired to write about, so click the read more button you lazy bugger.

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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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