This week on Player Attack, as the Wii U launches in Europe, Australia and New Zealand, we learn that hackers have already enabled homebrew content on the console. We hear bits and pieces about a mysterious new game, while the Canadians are in line for a miniature new games machine. Grand Theft Auto is all over the news, whether it be Vice City, new radios, or petitions for Five. Steam hits a new player record, BioShock Infinite says no to multiplayer, the future of End of Nations seems uncertain, a stunning new Assassin's Creed III pack is auctioned off for Aussie charity, and we get a good look at Mass Effect 3: Omega, in our final episode for the year.
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