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by John Keefer, shacknews.com, Apr 19, 2012 7:15AM PDT

After weeks of speculation on the demise of Prey 2, Bethesda finally pipes up with a denial and explanation. Read more

by Alice O'Connor, shacknews.com, Apr 19, 2012 6:00AM PDT

Syndicate and Chronicles of Riddick developer Starbreeze is picking up fellow Swedish studio Overkill Software, maker of recent co-op crime FPS Payday: The Heist. Gosh, imagine the co-op larks that could be had if they put their game-brains together. Read more

A new God of War game is coming to the PS3. However, it's not exactly God of War 4. Read more

by Steve Watts, shacknews.com, Apr 18, 2012 4:30PM PDT

THQ has reported its fourth-quarter results for the fiscal year, which found that higher-than-expected sales of Saints Row: The Third, its associated DLC, and UFC Undisputed 3 led to a fairly positive outcome. Read more

Like clockwork, Electronic Arts has been releasing one (or more) Need for Speed games every year since 2002. So, what can we expect this year? If a retail leak is any indication, it's a "sequel" to 2005's Most Wanted. Read more

Join Garnett Lee on this episode of Shacknews Daily. Today’s stories: 007 Legends announced, Darksiders 2 delayed, and a free weekend of apps on Xbox Live. Read more

Greg Johnson has been in the industry for a long time, best known for working on the ToeJam & Earl series. His studio, HumaNature Studios is working on a new "sweet and charming and very quirky" game for Sony, likely for the Vita. Read more

While fictional Sony VP Kevin Butler has yet to step into an actual PlayStation game, that's about to change with the release of LittleBigPlanet Karting. Read more

A disgruntled sci-fi author is suing Ubisoft over the Assassin's Creed series, claiming that the open-world murder simulator rips off his novel 'Link.' Read more

by Alan Tsang, shacknews.com, Apr 18, 2012 9:00AM PDT

DUST's ambitious cross-platform integration with EVE Online means nothing if the game isn't enticing as a shooter. We get our first hands-on. Read more