On today's live Destructoid Show, we've got details on the first DLC packs for Sleeping Dogs AND Dishonored, along with a fall line-up of 3DS games, a preview of Borderlands Legends, and some sad news regarding G4. Also Zumba Fitness Core is out now and Tara is IN IT!
Episode 381 of the Destructoid Show:
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We heard last month that NBC was moving G4 away from game coverage, but it wasn't exactly clear how or when this would be happening. Just announced on G4's blog, we now know two of their oldest (and probably best) shows will be pulled from the air by the end of the year. Those being Attack of the Show! and X-Play. (Brett Zeidler)
My homie Reggie lays out the big ol' 3DS holiday game line-up in this latest Nintendo Direct video, bypassing any Wii U talk completely. You'll have to watch to whole thing to see what they have in store for us, but some highlights for this year include Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask, Paper Mario: Sticker Star and Disney Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion. There's a dedicated segment (around 21:00) for Fire Emblem: Awakening that you'll want to be sure to check out. (Dale North)
More content will be coming for Dishonored, according to Bethesda. They've confirmed plans for three expansion products, the first arriving in December. "Dunwall City Trials" will include ten challenges for players to attempt and leaderboards to rank skills upon, at a price of $4.99 (400 MSP). (Conrad Zimmerman)