news\ Jan 7, 2013 at 5:30 pm

The Recap - 01/07/13 'Goodbye PS2, Riot dedicated to eSports, Wii U no good in the UK, and Emulators on the OUYA'

Welcome to another Recap episode where we go over the days biggest headlines, making sure that you're caught up in all things video games.

Sony ceases PlayStation 2 production worldwide

Late last year, production ceased in Japan after nearly 13 years. Now Sony has called the time of death on the PS2 worldwide,

Latest domain registrations shows just how dedicated Riot Games is to League of Legends eSports

It appears League of Legends developer Riot Games is keen in their ways of growing their hit MOBA game into a global eSport!!

Wii U exclusives fail to crack UK sales chart Top 40 for third straight week

It's the start of a new year, but that hasn't helped the Wii U which, for the third week in a row, no had no exclusive titles make an appearance in the top 40 spots of UK game sales

SuperGNES emulator seen running on the OUYA

When the OUYA appeared on Kickstarter, it shattered records with how quickly and how much funding the project got. It didn't even take that long. Hell, the console isn't even released to the public yet and we already have the emulator SuperGNES running on it. Without further ado, I give you Street Fighter II, running on the OUYA.

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