The Recap - 12/5/12 'Halo 4 Skulls, Black Ops 2 makes a billion, Wii U update, Uplay, and League of Legends'
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.
Frustrated and ripping your hair out by not being able to find those highly coveted skulls in Halo 4?
In just 15 days since its launch, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 has crossed the $1 billion mark in worldwide retail sales, Activision announced today.
Nintendo has released the latest system update for Wii U owners to dig into and feast like there's no tomorrow. Given how long these downloads take for some folks, there may actually be no tomorrow.
Uplay, Ubisoft's proprietary gamerscore system which also rewards players with in-game goodies, has made its way to the Wii U as a standalone app.
The theme of this patch is that Riot really wanted to give players more options for builds, item choice, and over all experience. I’d say these changes are significant to make this goal a go. The reason Riot is dropping this huge patch in the preseason is that it doesn’t change the game heavily during tournament play.
IWillDominate is part of the renowned group Team Dignitas, but it just goes to show you that being a professional doesn't mean you necessarily act like a professional.