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by Steve Watts, shacknews.com, Aug 6, 2012 9:30AM PDT

Sony has confirmed two more collections coming this August: Infamous, and another God of War collection that wraps up all the prior games. Read more

The PlayStation division hasn't performed up to Sony's expectations. In its latest quarterly earnings report, the electronics giant reported lower sales of hardware and software of the PSP and PS3, causing a sales decrease of 14.5% year-on-year. Read more

Thanks to the console's touch screen, the Wii U version of FIFA Soccer 13 will be a lot like the PS Vita version of the game. A variety of the game's features will be controlled through touch, including passing, tackling, and shooting. Read more

The PS3 digital re-release of Grand Theft Auto 3 was supposed to happen today. Unfortunately, it's been pulled at the last minute. Read more

by Andrew Yoon, shacknews.com, Jul 27, 2012 7:00AM PDT

More PlayStation 2 classics continue to find their way to the PlayStation Store. Next week, on July 31st, you'll be able to download Grand Theft Auto 3 on your PS3. Read more

EA is set to pay out $27 million and swear not to renew its exclusivity agreement with the NCAA, as part of the settlement for a 2008 class-action lawsuit alleging such arrangements resulted in price-fixing. Read more

The Dragon Ball Z Budokai HD Collection spotted a few months ago is real. And it will be available on PS3 and Xbox 360 this winter. Read more

Lego Batman 2 topped the June NPD charts, followed by Future Soldier and Diablo 3. Read more

by John Keefer, shacknews.com, Jul 11, 2012 2:00PM PDT

It's been awhile since we heard anything about the God of War movie, but apparently it is still going forward, as Universal has tapped the writers for the Saw movie series to pen the Kratos epic for the big screen. Read more

Rockstar Vancouver is being dismantled, Take-Two Interactive announced today. The 35-person team, best known for its work on Bully, is being offered new positions at Rockstar's newly-expanded Toronto studio. Read more