GamerNode: Welcome to Hot Off The Grill

The gaming industry is filled with big news, but what if one show sorted all of the biggest gaming news into one package? What if you could get those quick and important headlines from the week that was, then be on your merry way?

Take a seat. Tie on your bib. Welcome to the most succulent gaming news, Hot Off The Grill.

Every weekend, join Senior Editor Jason Fanelli (with videographer Matt Boyle behind the camera) as he runs down the top gaming news stories from the previous week. Game announcements, developer quotes, major events, we’ll have it all. This is a one-stop shop of news sure to feed your hunger for what’s happening in gaming.

This week, Assassin’s Creed sees evolution in the Revolution, the iPad 3 is a thing that exists, and Peter Molyneux is taking his empty promises elsewhere, all on the premiere of Hot off the Grill.

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DanCrabtree2411d ago

I think touchpad controls are perfect for particular games, like angry birds. A first-party controller might open up the iOS development spacebut it isn't necessary.

greggaliffa2411d ago

I disagree. I think being able to use a PS3 controller via BlueTooth on an iPad would really benefit the device in terms of gaming.

Of course, then the Vita take a hit, so that's not a plausible scenario. A man can dream though.

italianbreadman2411d ago

Vita would take a hit....

EXACTLY the point. Apple makes a controller --> devs have more options, develop more/better games --> Apple takes market share from Sony.

greggaliffa2409d ago

Well i was talking specifically about the dualshock. I feel that device already has a fan fidelity that would translate well to Apple products. I don't know how hardcore handheld gamers would react if Apple made its own controller for games...curious though.

erevela2410d ago

I must say that I am totally delighted with HOT OFF THE GRILL. An excellent platform for GAMERNODE and the team. Love the camera! Love video games! Let's keep the industry on its toes by open and honest coverage. Seriously, we can't imagine nor underestimate the impact these games have on our culture.
Thanks Jason!