No, that’s not a typo. Welcome to the Weekly Warp-Up, your weekly wrap-up of the biggest and the best articles posted at Warp Zoned this week…
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The Warp Zoned staff is in Boston for this weekend’s PAX East event. In between all the games and the panels and the Penny Arcade founder sightings, we’re exhausted. So this week’s Weekly Warp-Up will be kept short and sweet. But you can point your browser at our PAX East 2011 hub for all the latest information from the show floor and be sure to check back next week for hands-on impressions of a lot of the games that were available at the show.
Hit the jump for the rest of the Weekly Warp-Up.
The Week in Reviews…
- Radiant Historia: An RPG Renaissance
- Bejeweled Blitz Live: 60 Seconds of Fun, Over and Over Again
- Mass Effect 2 (PS3): Shepard’s Back and There’s Gonna Be Trouble
The Week in New Games…
- This Week’s Releases: Dragon Age II, MLB 11: The Show, Major League Baseball 2K11 and more
- This Week’s Nintendo Download: Bomberman Hero, Heavy Fire: Black Arms and more
- This Week’s PlayStation Network Update: Mortal Kombat demo and more
- This Week’s XBLA Wednesday: Torchlight
- Next Week’s Releases: Homefront, Okamiden, Yakuza 4 and more
Amazing Paperboy Delivers (the Week’s News)…
- In spite of the NFL lockout, EA Sports has assured fans that Madden NFL 12 will be released in August.
- Batman: Arkham City emerges from the shadows (and into stores) on October 18.
- The NPD Group has certified Call of Duty: Black Ops as the bestselling game in February and of all-time.
- Microsoft has sold 10 million Kinect sensors.
- An awesome new Mortal Kombat trailer shows off more of the game.
- Good news everybody! The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D will include the Master Quest arrange mode.
- Square Enix has dated Deus Ex: Human Revolution for August 23.
- Sony has pulled back the curtain on Katherine Marlowe, the villainess of Uncharted 3.
- Sony has announced the winners of the first annual PSN Gamer’s Choice Awards.
Microsoft has begun work on the next Xbox. With development still at the “conception” stage, it looks like we’ll all be playing our 360s for a good long while still.