Today, we managed to get our hands on a fresh batch of GTA V screens, along with a review for Hitman: Absolution, and some fanboy outrage directed at the new PS Vita game, Uncharted: Fight for Fortune. Also, the Wii U FINALLY LAUNCHED yesterday and we've got a review round-up for your eye and earholes!
Episode 391 of the Destructoid Show:
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Hitman Absolution offers refinement of a beloved series in many ways, boasting more visual pizzazz than most anything releasing this year and a well-paced story which features a good share of weirdness without attempting a scope beyond its means. (Conrad Zimmerman)
An all-new Uncharted game is coming to PlayStation Vita, but unlike Golden Abyss, it'll be taking a less traditional approach. Uncharted: Fight for Fortune is a card-based strategy game that seems to have a tiny bit of inspiration from the PSP's Metal Gear Ac!d series. (Jim Sterling)
Uncharted: Fight for Fortune was only officially revealed this morning, but already the "fanbase" is up in arms and inconsolable at the idea that a spin-off game would dare to actually spin off from something. THE VERY IDEA! (Jim Sterling)
The Wii U has finally launched across North America, and Destructoid has been on hand with a wide range of in-depth game reviews, as well as assessments of the hardware itself. We're not done yet, either! More reviews, more impressions, and more moreness are all coming, especially now several editors have gotten their hands on the system. (Jim Sterling)