Happy Monday! Today we've got some leaked details about Skyrim's Dragonborn DLC, brand new box art for BioShock Infinite, retail copies of The Walking Dead coming next week, and a Killer Instinct trademark denial for Microsoft and Rare. Also, Steam's Big Picture mode launched today! How is it?
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Irrational Games hath delivered unto the world its official box art for BioShock Infinite, confirming its existence after delays and rumors of shaky development. It's committed now, and nobody can take that away!(Jim Sterling)
Cosplayer Anna Moleva (a.k.a. Ormeli) does such a good job of being BioShock Infinite's Elizabeth that Irrational Games has put her on the payroll. Anna now works to bring Elizabeth to life on game box art, key art and an upcoming television ad. That's like winning the game of cosplay, isn't it? (Dale North)
Telltale has announced a North American retail release date for The Walking Dead. In stores on December 11, the critically-acclaimed adventure series will be available on disc for PC, Xbox 360 and PS3. (Conrad Zimmerman)
Valve has ended the beta for the "Big Picture Mode" feature of Steam, the alternative user interface for large displays with navigation support for controllers, and opened it to all users today. And as it seems that they will take any excuse to have a sale, Steam is offering up to 75% off on over thirty controller-enabled games from the store. (Conrad Zimmerman)