This Week In Games 7.31.10
From the album Bits by Arman Bohn, a music video developed mainly in Nintendo's free DSiware app, Flipnote Studio.
Video game Art.
GLBT arcade opens in NYC ... 30 years ago.
Hardware manufacturer Foxconn closed for a period this week after 250 workers were hospitalized for pesticide poisoning.
Warhammer 40k: Space Marine is confirmed for PC.
Gamestop bought Kongregate.
Ultima developer Richard Garriott, aka Lord British, has been awarded a $28 million settlement from NCsoft, who fired him after he returned from a trip to space.
One year's worth of game Tweets.
Nintendo announced the date they'll announce the release date and price of the 3DS. And it's news somehow.
Popcap was forced to take zombie Michael Jackson out of future versions of Plants vs Zombies. Here's his replacement.
StarCraft II campaign beaten in 16 hours. Way to savor, guy.
Valve is trying to funnel more developers into its platform by giving away its magical Mac code to developers who also use Steamworks, which is also free.
Oops, the DS really has hit its saturation point. Nintendo posts its first quarterly loss in 2 years.
But at least they're not Capcom - 90% drop in revenue over last year. Man.