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CD Projekt Red has pegged the third in its RPG series to launch on February 24, 2015.
The MMO tied in to Syfy's TV series will go free-to-play as of July.
A three-part DLC called The Lost Crowns Trilogy will be released for Dark Souls II starting next month, says Namco Bandai.
Watch Dogs makes a clean sweep in New Zealand.
Yep, it's Watch Dogs.
Big W becomes the third major retailer to sign up with MCV Pacific Retail News.
A new "teaser" video from British studio Lionhead suggests a PC version of Fable Anniversary is in the works.
The Crysis developer has lifted the lid on a new multiplayer shooter for PC and console.
PopCap has confirmed the PS4 and PS3 versions of Garden Warfare will launch in August.
Based on first week sales, Watch Dogs is the industry's best-selling new IP of all time, says Ubisoft.
Rocksteady's final game in their Arkham trilogy will no longer launch this year.
Games website IGN says its newest initiative demonstrates the strength of its global network.
The Sydney office of Electronic Arts is recruiting a new member of its trade marketing team.
The Destination Brazil app for Xbox One adds a whole bunch of features for football fans this month.
The next Mortal Kombat will be coming to new and old-gen consoles in 2015, Warner Bros. announced today.
Homefront: The Revolution will launch on PC, PS4 and Xbox One next year, says developer Crytek and co-publisher Deep Silver.
Distributor Namco Bandai has confirmed Kingdom Hearts 2.5 Remix will launch in Australia and New Zealand later this year.
Telltale's episodic adventure games will see a retail release later this year, according to distributor Five Star Games.
It's hardware, rather than software, that leads the way this week.
Ubisoft's hack and crash open world game has got off to a flying start.
Wolfenstein debuts at number one on PS4 and Xbox One.
Wolfenstein nearly makes a clean sweep on debut.
Nintendo has announced two new 2DS hardware bundles featuring Pokemon X and Pokemon Y.
EA is running an Origin promotion where users can download and keep a free version of Battlefield 3.
The first game from new in-house Bethesda development studio Battlecry is called - yep - Battlecry.