Another month of gaming news!
- NEWS: The Android-based little console that could, Ouya, will be available in US retailers this June. The console will cost US $99 and additional controllers will be marked at US $50.
- NEWS: Rockstar has explained that the release of Grand Theft Auto V was delayed until September ‘because we want the game to be as good as it needs to be’.
- NEWS: Screens of the upcoming Deadpool game has be viewed courtesy of Allgamesbeta.
- NEWS: Sony had formally ended its partnership with PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale developer SuperBot Entertainment. Future DLC will be handled by Sony’s Santa Monica studio.
- NEWS: Despite recruiting several dozen ex-Vigil employees for their new Austin branch, Gamesbeat reports that Crytek aren’t interested in pursuing the Darksiders franchise.
- VIDEO: Early footage of the standalone DayZ can be seen here.
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- NEWS: Bethesda has finally locked down the release dates for PlayStation 3 The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim downloadable content. Dragonborn will be out February 12, Hearthfire on February 19 and Dawnguard on February 26.
- NEWS: According to CVG, the Deadly Premonition Director’s Cut will release on PS3 in Australia this April.
- NEWS: Xbox 360 Achievements has posted a list of BioShock: Infinite‘s accolades.
- NEWS: The US PlayStation Blog has detailed PS3 exclusive downloadable VR missions for North American purchasers of Metal Gear Rising: Reveangeance.
- NEWS: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has been revealed on the cover of Game Informer. Powered by CD Projekt’s REDengine 3, the game is set for release in 2014 on PC and ‘all high-end platforms available’. A NeoGaf user has revealed the very first Witcher 3 details, including a world supposedly larger than Skyrim‘s, 30 to 40 minutes to cross it on horseback, revamped enemy AI, and the removal of chapters and acts. A video from Game Informer discussed The Witcher 3.
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