Happy Monday, folks! Max and Tara are back in the studio with a preview of the new Mists of Pandaria WoW expansion, a review of Kid Icarus: Uprising, a new trailer for The Witcher 2 on Xbox 360, screenshots of Arkane Studios' upcoming steampunk shooter Dishonored, and more!
Check out the new Word of Warcraft expansion: Mists of Pandaria, the PC-Game The Witcher 2 is finally coming to Xbox and much more!
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It's been out for a little over seven years now, but World of Warcraft is still going strong. Last week I was invited over to Blizzard to take a look at Warcraft's upcoming expansion, Mists of Pandaria, and I was able to get some playtime with the game and speak to some of the members of the development team about what's in store when Mists of Pandaria is released later this year. (Jonathan Ross)
Bethesda today unleashed some new screenshots for Arkane Studios' unique steampunk shooter, Dishonored. Decadence and devilry rule the roost in this selection of very nice looking images. Check it all out in the gallery. Sadly, there are no Stilt Police in these screens, but I hold out hope that we'll be seeing much more of them in future. (Jim Sterling)
With its unique control scheme and gameplay designed to show off the 3DS' always impressive visual trickery, Uprising tries to make good on Nintendo's promise of innovative handheld gameplay and graphics that can make jaws drop. However, to do that, you need a plastic stand that comes shipped with every copy of the game. On that note, all I can say is that if your handheld game needs a static add-on in order to make it less unbearable to play ... you might have a problem. (Jim Sterling)