By Harry Rabinowitz
I think it is safe to say that it’s officially springtime here in NYC. And with it comes warm weather, non-violent breezes, and sunny skies. I’ve never really been into any of those things, so, of course I’ve got this week’s Roundup for you!
Jorge Jimenez (joined by Ryan Meitzler) talks Bloodborne, Hideo Kojima, and more in this episode of ShockCast.
Anthony John Agnello gives a post-mortem of PlayStation Home, “Sony’s answer to Second Life“.
Chelsea Stark overviews the upcoming Games for Change Awards, which will take place in New York on April 22nd.
“To commemorate the two-year anniversary of LucasArts’ shutdown,” Kotaku republished Jason Schreier’s excellent feature on the fall of LucasArts.
Jeremy Voss vents about lacking time to play Ori and the Blind Forest and still not enjoying Bloodborne.
Mike Futter concludes the story regarding Sony, the Federal Trade Commission, and PS Vita settlements. The long and short: if you bought a Vita before July 1, 2012, you’re about to get some free stuff!