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At A Glance: Roundup 9th-15th September 2013

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Brendan Griffiths
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At A Glance, Game previews, Games reviews, Gamescom 2013, News, News Roundup, September 2013, Tokyo Game Show, Weekly Roundup

At A Glance: Roundup 9th-15th September 2013

Sony were out in force at the Tokyo Game Show this week, announcing a slimmer PS Vita and the intriguing PS Vita TV micro-console. Elsewhere, Microsoft got a bit annoyed and precious around the 'Xbone' name their new console has attracted. Fans of brilliant multiplayer shooters were rewarded with the news that the Timesplitters project has moved that little bit closer to reality, and Ubisoft announced a slew of new titles at their digital event in Paris.

Jon made the trip across the channel to bring us first-hand reports on some of those new titles including Child of Light, Valiant Hearts: The Great War and the mobile ctOS companion app for Watch Dogs. Elsewhere amongst our features, Matt brings us an interview and dev demo impressions for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, which looks like it's going to put Skyrim's buggy head in a bag and toss it off a mountain. Another Gamescom piece sees him chat with the team behind the upcoming XCOM: Enemy Within, that's the good one, not the meh shooter from a few weeks ago.

We've been scrambling to get our reviews finished this week too, as we're pretty sure next week's Grand Theft Auto V is going to shut down all forms of productivity. Speaking of which, we're giving away copies of the game tomorrow night, right here. You can also find links below to our verdicts on Lost Planet 3, Mirror Moon EP, the console version of Diablo III, Puppeteer and Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs.

At A Glance: Roundup 9th-15th September 2013

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At A Glance: Roundup 9th-15th September 2013

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At A Glance: Roundup 9th-15th September 2013

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