This week on Player Attack, there's some disappointing Wii U news, Australia prepares for two big shows, NBA Live 13 is axed (again), and as PopCap Games closes its Dublin studios, EA Maxis opens a new location in Finland. There are zombies in Call of Duty: Black Ops II, November 7th is officially renamed N7 Day to coincide with the Mass Effect Trilogy, Steam on Linux officially gets a step closer, Portal 2 gets a killer Collectors' Edition soundtrack, Australians get slugged extra for Grand Theft Auto III, Mists of Pandaria launches, while Rift: Storm Legion hosts a cheeky promotion, and we take another look at iTunes smash Bad Piggies.
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