Happy Monday, folks! In addition to a LEAKED release date of November 18 for the Wii U, today's show also features a new XCOM: Enemy Unknown trailer, a new co-op game from Peter Molyneux, and a review for Rock Band Blitz!
Episode 352 of the Destructoid Show:
Happy Monday, folks! In addition to a LEAKED release date of November 18 for the Wii U, today's show also features a new XCOM: Enemy Unknown trailer, a new co-op game from Peter Molyneux, and a review for Rock Band Blitz! Also Kenji Kaido is leaving Sony. But what does this mean for The Last Guardian?
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If a post from a NeoGAF member and show attendee can be believed, at this managers conference PDP showed off their fall accessory line-up, and wrapped up their presentation with an availability date for their goods. The rep said that the peripherals would be available just ahead of the Wii U's launch date of November 18. (Dale North)
Kenji Kaido, a Team Ico member and producer of both Ico and Shadow of the Colossus, is leaving Sony Computer Entertainment Japan. He dropped a casual tweet to let the world know that he is leaving SCE this month. According to Game|Life, Kaido has yet to decide what he's doing next other than continuing his summer vacation. (Dale North)
Rock Band Blitz isn't going to change the world, with its appeal as a game likely limited to a niche market of dedicated rhythm game players, but it is fantastically fun to play and features considerable complexity. (Conrad Zimmerman)