2012-03-09 Weekly Gaming Recap Show

This Weeks Stories Are:
A PlayStation in Pieces Looks Strangely Beautiful [Playstation] – Kotaku
What can Japanese RPG developers learn from Rayman: Origins? – Joystiq
Quantic Dream reveals new prototype, serves as the foundation for studio’s future [Update: Now with video!] – Joystiq
Assassin’s Creed 3 headed to Wii U, first trailer released – Joystiq
Oh Dear. Mass Effect 3’s Character Import Isn’t Working Properly [Mass Effect] – Kotaku
Witcher 2 devs: ‘We will never use any DRM anymore’ – Joystiq
The buck stops at the simulation’ with new SimCity – Joystiq
New Hawken gameplay teaser doesn’t look like an indie game – Joystiq
This is Why Everybody and Their Brother Uses Unreal Engine 3 [Video] – Kotaku
It Takes a Download of Trillions to Hold Sales Back (Well, Not Even That) [Pullquote] – Kotaku
Rumor: Valve working on ‘Steam Box’ console standard with customizable controller, biometrics – Joystiq
Your First Look at Halo 4 [Video] – Kotaku
Mari0—the Portal/Super Mario Bros. Mash-Up—has Launched! [Video] – Kotaku
Samurai Yetis and Ninja Werewolves: How One Teacher Turned Sixth Grade Into an MMO [Education] – Kotaku

Video Game Releases For March 13th 2012

Multi-Platform Releases
Silent Hill: Downpour (PS3 and Xbox 360)
Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations (PS3 and Xbox 360)
FIFA Street (PS3 and Xbox 360)
Birds of Steel (PS3 and Xbox 360)
Top Gun: Hardlock (PS3 and Xbox 360)

PC
Hard Reset: Extended Edition (PC)

PlayStation 3
Yakuza: Dead Souls (PS3)
Tales of Graces f (PS3)