This week on Player Attack, we have a few highlights from Tokyo Game Show, which was a little overshadowed by the big reveal of Sony's newest console. Not to be outdone, Nintendo revealed which games will launch alongside the Wii U before the end of the year, while BioWare dropped a couple of massive surprises.
ArmA 3 is banned in Iran, while two Bohemia Interactive developers are stuck in Greek jail. Black Mesa finally arrives on PC, EA supports gay gamers, we notice World of Warcraft in an unusual position and three major game-to-film adaptations are in the works (including a cult internet favourite). Meanwhile, we're not sure just what's going on with Puppeteer, but we think we like it.
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