Our round-up of notable news from the world of gaming for the week of April 23, 2012.
• Following a series of leaks, Rayman Legends has been officially announced.
• Bastion is now available on Mac.
• Japanese game giant Nintendo has posted its first annual loss ever.
• Portal 2’s “Perpetual Testing Initiative” launches on May 8, allowing players to create and share their own test chambers.
• Veteran gaming personality and long-time X-Play host Adam Sessler has parted ways with gaming network G4.
• Microsoft has plans to premiere its new streaming music service “Woodstock” at E3 this year.
• Check out a new trailer introducing Diablo III’s Witch Doctor.
• Skype video and voice calling is now available on the PS Vita.
And from Paste’s own gaming coverage:
• Check out our reviews of Skullgirls and Xenoblade Chronicles.