Nordic Games, buyer of most of THQ's remaining IPs, is getting the ball rolling on plans for its acquired games. Nintendo blames itself for poor Wii U sales. The state of Rhode Island will honor the bonds that financed defunct developer 38 Studios. Steam could allow users to share their game libraries with friends in the future. GameStop has burned through its allocated pre-orders for the Xbox One. Our E3 Editor's Choice List is up, and our final Human Angle is about Red Dead Redemption voice actor Rob Wiethoff.
- Nordic Games' plans for THQ titles in early stages, Deadly Creatures high on the list
- Nintendo is to blame for poor Wii U sales, says Iwata
- Rhode Island will honor bond repayment for 38 Studios
- Steam could allow for game sharing between friends in the future
- GameStop stores hit Xbox One launch cap; pre-orders ceased
- Polygon's Editor's Choice selections for E3 201
- What happened to John Marston