Today in Gaming News - August 29, 2011 - News/ 1,680 Views
Ablegamers at the PAX Prime “Gamers Doing Good” panel unveiled their Adroit Switchblade controller for use by disabled gamers.
Lifehacker outlines how to turn your PC into a retro gaming rig.
Wired reviews the Razer Onza Xbox Controller.
Here are all the ending videos for Street Fighter 3 Third Strike Online Edition.
‘Notch’ is sticking with the name “Scrolls” and we also have the first official trailer.
XCOM’s E3 demo is finally past the embargo date.
GDC Online reveals all-day events by Google, Unity Technologies, and even an “unprecedented” writing/design showcase by Blizzard, which will coincide with the main events taking place Monday, October 10 through Thursday, October 13, 2011 at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, Texas.
Siliconera outlines Bakuman: The Way of a Manga Artist with a trailer.
Kotaku takes a look at Weeds Social Club which is the official game of Weeds on Showtime.
Techmo Koei/Namco-Bandai release a teaser site pointing to a September 5 reveal. Dynasty Warriors Gundam? Another Tekken cross?
Disney is planning Epic Mickey 2.
Majesco wins the “Twister” license; we’ll see a Kinect version soon.
Professor Layton and the Last Specter (in the US) is Professor Layton And The Spectre's Call (in the UK.) Nintendo says that the Last Specter will be available for US residents October 17.