This week on Player Attack: Blizzard is rocked by some serious staff cuts, with 600 people losing their jobs. We were apparently this close to Daft Punk: Lumines, while The Binding of Isaac has been turned away from the 3DS and new DLC is set to expand the Kingdoms of Amalur. Gamebooks head into space, Killzone 3 multiplayer goes free-to-play, Australia gets a little closer to an R18+ rating, Sega and Maxis both hint at the return of some old favourites, and a cyberpunk MMO makes its way out from development hell.
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