Adam Sessler is filling in for Max on The Destructoid Show's LAST EPISODE OF 2012! Watch as he and Tara discuss their predictions, hopes, and gaming resolutions for 2013 and talk Tomb Raider multiplayer, Diablo III Team Deathmatch, DMC Devil May Cry new gameplay, and OUYA's sexy devkit unboxing!
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Despite not normally being too into unboxing videos, I'll admit, I was eager to see what the OUYA dev kits looked like. A work in progress, this early model is being sent out now to those developers who ordered one. I'm having flashbacks to the days when translucent controllers were commonplace. (Jordan Devore)http://www.destructoid.com/see-the-ouya-developer-console-unboxed-disassembled-241421.phtml
Due out tomorrow for subscribers and on newsstands January 8, issue #145 of OXM has the big reveal of multiplayer in Tomb Raider. Little is known about what this will entail, though this component is being developed by Eidos Montreal, not Crystal Dynamics. (Jordan Devore)
It's taken a while for Blizzard to come out and say it, but here we go: Diablo III's Team Deatmatch will not be happening as originally intended. According to game director Jay Wilson, "... most of our testers didn't feel like it was something they'd want to do beyond a few hours. Without more varied objectives, or very lucrative rewards, few saw our current iteration as something they'd want spend a lot of time in." (Jordan Devore)
In case you didn't know, Vergil will be featured in the upcoming DmC: Devil May Cry by way of downloadable content shortly after the game's release. Now, you can see him in action in the above video, busting out his stylish attacks. (Chris Carter)