Apparently, this week has been dedicated to aquatic mammals. While orcas are definitely awesome, baby seals are just about the cutest thing ever. I dare you to find something that rivals these little guys in the department of being adorable.
Things happened this week here at Gamer Limit. Hit the jump for the full run down of reviews, features, news, and original video content we produced this week.
Kyle MacGregor reviewed The 3rd Birthday for the PSP. He thought it was alright.
Chris Carter reviewed iOS platformer Mos Speedrun. While not terribly revolutionary, the game will please fans of retro platformers looking to part with a couple bucks.
The Gamer Limit Staff discussed the games they’ve been playing this week. Feel free to share what you’ve been playing in the comments.
Francisco discussed some games featured in an underground D2S Games event that happened last week.
The lovely Christopher Bratt reviewed EA and Cytech’s latest shooter — Cyrisis 2. Check it out and let us know what you think.
Apparently Sony thinks the DS is a “babysitting tool”.
The PSP is outselling 3DS in Japan.
Despite the new patch, Killzone 3 is having some online troubles.
The Last Story might be coming to America. Let’s all cross our fingers.
THQ is teaming up with Random House for some video game novelizations.
Buying Dragon Age 2 on PC will also nab you Mass Effect 2. Sweet!
Despite Hudson getting absorbed by Konami, Super Bonk (and some other stuff) landed on Nintendo’s downloadable services this week.
Michael Carusi discussed open world games and the difference between the “sandbox” and the “frontier”.
gameguypeter blogged on Namco’s 3DS release: Ridge Racer 3D.
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