It's been one crazy week! Hot off the heels of last weekend's exhausting (but very successful) 24 hour gaming marathon, we've soldiered on and posted some fantastic feature articles, previews and reviews. In case you've missed anything, we've gathered the highlights of the week in one spot. Find out what you've missed in our handy recap below.
First off, check out this weekend's PAX Prime livestream to catch the panels for games like Assassin's Creed 3, Metal Gear, and more.
If you didn't have the stacks of caffeinated drinks to make it through last weekend's 24 hour gaming marathon for charity, we put together a more manageable highlight video of the entire event.
Two of our editors tackle the great "HD remakes versus backward compatibility" debate.
Need a summary of the week in audio form? Our editors discuss the week's Top 7, news, and reviews in our new podcast.
Discuss the final hours of Beyond Good and Evil in episode four of Game Club.
Our Guild Wars 2 review is underway. Follow our progress through the game in our review diary.
We reflect on what games have taught us in 29 real-life skills we learned from video games.
We get hands-on time with all three campaigns in our Resident Evil 6 preview.
Will Snake be sneaking his way onto next-gen consoles? We reveal what we want in the next Metal Gear Solid title.
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