By Harry Rabinowitz
Read about last week’s gaming happenings from the best in the East!
Russ Frushtick makes his debut on The New York Times with his piece on the 10 player arcade game Killer Queen.
Over on Kotaku, Evan Narcisse gave his review of the completely over the top action-spectacle Bayonetta 2.
Ebenezer Samuel reviewed an action game of a completely different sort, Disney Infinite 2.0, over at The New York Daily News.
Chelsea Stark and Jeff Bakalar both took a look at Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel and both came to similar conclusions. It’s a pre-sequel. You can find Chelsea’s review on Mashable and Jeff’s review on CNET.
Samit Sarkar talked with Remember Me developer Dontnod Entertainment about their upcoming episodic adventure game, Life is Strange.
Anthony John Agnello bring us his impressions of the Resident Evil: Revelations 2 demo, straight from the New York Comic Con.
And for another bonus this week, Jason Schreier has been busy over on Kotaku, writing about the strange “Limbo” that occurs for game devs at Ubisoft when between games as well as tackling the next-gen 1080p kerfuffle.