Weekend Roundup: Auld Lang Syne


Another year, another final night of raucous, whiskey-fueled debauchery. At least that’s what I can expect from most of the staff here at Pixelitis. What can I say? We’re a fun loving group.

With this being our first full year, 2012 has been good to Pixelitis. In the last year, our site has managed to do some amazing things. We’ve added new functionality to our commenting system, improved our image gallery software and kickstarted what’s become my favorite new addition – the Pixelitis Podcast.

We thank all of you for checking us out and making this an amazing experience for us. We’ve already got some awesome stuff in the pipeline for 2013, so stick around. It’s gonna be a hoot.


Rockstar offers new GTA V screens as holiday surprise

Final Bioshock Infinite reverse cover art revealed

Pixelitis Holiday Giveaway: Free download codes [UPDATE 3]

Gear up for some polygonal goodness with new Resident Evil 6 DLC

Quarter century of Final Fantasy commemorated with book set

Nintendo Store Update: Super fighting robot…MEGA MAN!

Dead Space 3 demo coming to consoles mid-January

This dev-based Ouya unboxing video proves its existence

The Walking Dead available today on XBLA for 800 MSP

Barkley 2 Kickstarter successfully funded $120K+

Blizzard has scrapped Diablo III Team Deathmatch

Soul Sacrifice gets the Skywalker treatment

Dead Space 3: Better with swearing™

Steam Holiday Sale: Shut up and take my money!

[RUMOR] Black Ops 2 due for ‘Revolution’ DLC


Postcard Review: The adventures of Dash Rendar

Pixelitis Picks: 2012 Game(s) of the Year

So I Heard You Like Cosplay: The games of 2012

Mobile iPix: SpellTower


The Pixelitis Podcast Ep. 29 – Happy -bleeping- holidays


Grand Theft Auto V screenshots



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Author: Andrew Martins View all posts by
Andrew Martins is the owner/Editor-in-Chief of Pixelitis.net. Over the years, he has written for outlets like GotFrag.com and the New York Daily News. In his spare time he loves to sing at karaoke events, travel to New York City and of course, play video games.

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