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At A Glance: Roundup 21st-27th April 2014

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Brendan Griffiths
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At A Glance, Game previews, Games reviews, News, News Roundup, Weekly Roundup

At A Glance: Roundup 21st-27th April 2014

Some good news for the Wii U this week as a new Fatal Frame game was announced as an exclusive title which could make great use of that underused gamepad screen. The new Dragon Age and Mad Max games got new launch date (well, a 2015 delay for the latter) alongside some slightly underwhelming new trailers. We saw our first screenshot of the new Call of Duty which was just a face, so um yeah. Busy news week.

Our weekly review lineup includes The Last Federation and Secrets of Raetikon on PC, the new free PS3 Karaoke app SingOn and the NES Remix 2. To end the week, I finally managed to say goodbye to Irrational Games by reviewing the Bioshock Infinite DLC, Burial at Sea - Episode 2.

After we finally stopped stuffing Easter Eggs and beer into our faces over the hols, we returned to bring you another top week of feature articles. There's a Top 10 Easter Bunnies in games (very creepy), a nod to the GameBoy's 25th birthday and a look at how gaming needs more variety for its lead roles. A couple of Comment features examine how Dragon Age: Inquisition still has a lot to prove and how emulating may be an important step in gaming preservation. If you need a new MMORPG in your life, take a look at Jon's feature as to why you should take another look at The Secret World. Or just watch him and Carl pillage everything in a War of the Vikings video.

At A Glance: Roundup 21st-27th April 2014

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At A Glance: Roundup 21st-27th April 2014

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At A Glance: Roundup 21st-27th April 2014

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