Shacknews' Week in Review: December 7, 2007

Here's a quick summary of all this week's feature content, followed by some of the more prominent news items, in reverse chronological order.


  • The Shacknews Opinion Section
    Shacknews' guest commentators give their expert opinion on the state of the industry.
  • Turok Multiplayer Hands-On Preview
    I checked out the multiplayer mode in Propaganda's reimagined Turok (PC, PS3, X360). It had facial stabbing.
  • Draglade NDS Review
    The Shack's own Chris Faylor reviews Banpresto/Dimp's rhythm-based fighting game. It's weird.
  • Dark Sector Impressions
    Shacknews editor-in-chief Chris Remo takes a new look at Digital Extremes' ambitious third-person action title, Dark Sector (PS3, X360).
  • Replay Couch 7: Lit Fuse
    Nick Breckon invites you to join him once again for another installment of Replay Couch--the greatest collction of gaming videos on the Internet.
  • Omega Five Hands-On Preview
    I took Natsume's throwback horizontal shoot-em-up Omega Five (X360) for a spin. You can play as a samurai (with his magic dog).
  • Ninja Reflex First Impressions
    Chris Remo took a first look at Sanzaru's reaction-based party game, Ninja Reflex (Wii, NDS).
  • GripShift (X360) Hands-on Preview
    I checked out the newest and best version of Sidhe Interactive's GripShift (PS3, PSP, X360), coming soon to Xbox Live.
  • Pirates of the Burning Sea Impressions
    Cap'n Nicholas Breckenbeard took a stab at Flying Lab's pirate-themed MMO, Pirates of the Burning Sea (PC).

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