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by Alice O'Connor, shacknews.com, Feb 10, 2013 9:00AM PST

For decades you've dreamed about being a space marine, gunning down those rubbery black aliens every night with your pulse rifle. Next week, those dreams will become virtual reality with the PS3 and Vita release of Team17's remade Alien Breed. Oh, and Aliens: Colonial Marines is coming out too. Plus, unrelated to that long-winded introduction, so is the Dungeon Keeper-ish Impire. Read more

by Steve Watts, shacknews.com, Feb 8, 2013 6:00AM PST

Disney Infinity will be getting a Cars playset, complete with track-building tools for the Toy Box. Read more

They're heroes in a half-shell, but with a twist: they're green. Those Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are returning to video games after an absence of, oh, only a few years, as Activision today announced it's licensed the reptiles to star in interactive games you can play on video gaming devices. Read more

Nintendo has teased multiplayer for Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity before, but kept quiet about it until today. It'll only be local, but up to four folks can join together to crawl through dungeons, gathering items and experience that carry over to the single-player campaign. Nintendo also announced a slate of DLC, starting with a new dungeon available for free at launch. Read more

Dave Cox, studio head for Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - Mirror of Fate, says they would "absolutely" consider putting the game on HD consoles. Read more

Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed is coming to 3DS next Tuesday, February 12. Read more

Resident Evil Revelations producer Masachika Kawata says that the last few years have taught Capcom that producing a large volume of RE titles "would not necessarily win over gamers." Read more

Fire Emblem: Awakening went through some odd iterations on its path to development. The team considered setting it in modern day, in a fairy tale world, or on Mars. Read more

XSEED has announced it will be publishing several games in North America: Killer is Dead, Rune Factory 4, Valhalla Knights 3, Ys: Memories of Celceta, and Ys I & II Chronicles+. Read more

Nintendo president Satoru Iwata says that third-party handheld development is waning in western markets, but still booming in Japan. As a result, the company plans to 'actively support' Japanese developers in bringing games to western markets. Read more