Daily Gaming News – 2/02/13

February 2, 2013

  • NEWS: Activision and Microsoft have revealed a huge Call of Duty: Black Ops II eSports competition, which will pit 32 of the most skilled multiplayer teams in the world against each other. The event will be live-streamed on the net, and up for grabs is a cool $1 million for the team that comes out on top.
  • NEWS: Despite disappointing sales, Nintendo have stated that they will not be introducing a price cut for the Wii U any time soon. They still believe that the console can pick up the pace, and will be doing what they can to improve its image with consumers.
  • VIDEO: God of War: Ascension is looking good, and Sony have just released a new “From Ashes” live action trailer. It’s an interesting watch, and very well produced.
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  • NEWS: Gamespot have been doing a bit of digging on Naughty Dog’s upcoming game The Last Of Us, and there’s some interesting stories behind the game’s conception and development.
  • NEWS: Square-Enix have shared their plans for their upcoming DLC for Sleeping Dogs. Five DLC packs will be released this year, and you can view all the details here, via IGN.
  • VIDEO: Warner Bros have released a new story trailer for Injustice: Gods Among Us, which you can view below:

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