This week on Player Attack: Blizzard is rocked by some serious staff cuts, with 600 people losing their jobs. We were apparently this close to Daft Punk: Lumines, while The Binding of Isaac has been turned away from the 3DS and new DLC is set to expand the Kingdoms of Amalur. Gamebooks head into space, Killzone 3 multiplayer goes free-to-play, Australia gets a little closer to an R18+ rating, Sega and Maxis both hint at the return of some old favourites, and a cyberpunk MMO makes its way out from development hell.
Each week, we take the biggest and most interesting news to hit the pages of Player Attack and wrap it all up into the Player Attack vidcast.
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