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Yes, it's time for yet another ridiculous Collector's Edition for a Call of Duty game. This year, Ghosts will be getting a Prestige and Hardened Edition. How much of a fan are you? Well, you can determine that by how much you're willing to spend. Read more

Unsurprisingly, EA and DICE have announced plans to launch a "Premium" service for Battlefield 4. And it will transfer from one console gen to the next. Read more

In case you missed the live reveal, here's what's new in COD: Ghosts' multiplayer. Plus: the trailer Read more

Activision is set to take the curtain off Call of Duty: Ghosts' multiplayer mode today at 10:30AM PT (1:30PM ET). Read more

When I last saw Watch Dogs, I called it "Ubisoft's take on Grand Theft Auto, with a magical hacking twist." A new gameplay video from Ubisoft shows you why. Read more

by Alice O'Connor, shacknews.com, Aug 14, 2013 7:30AM PDT

Cinematic trailers rarely have much to do with the game they advertise because, well, story rarely has much to do with games. A new cinematic trailer for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, however, seems a fair representation of the moral dilemmas and mass murders we expect from CD Projekt RED's RPG, just prettier and slicker than the game will be. Read more

The Wolfenstein franchise has always been a fast-paced shooter with little thought to anything more than killing Nazis. But developer MachineGames is attempting a different style with Wolfenstein: The New Order one that offers a lot more depth and character development. Creative director Jens Matthies said the change in formula plays to the developer's strengths. Read more

Skylanders: Swap Force will be available in a "Dark Edition," a collector's set that includes five "Dark" versions of Skylanders instead of the usual three standard paint jobs. Read more

The primary goal right now for The Elder Scrolls Online ready for release early in 2014, but developer Zenimax Online has been keeping an eye on other MMOs and watching what they have been doing--and experiencing--in the crowded massively multiplayer market. Read more

Not everyone that played Battlefield 3's multiplayer mode bothered to be a cooperative type. Many players opted to go Lone Wolf, sticking to the default Assault class, and playing DICE's game like Any Ol' Shooter. To encourage a bit more variety, DICE is attempting to communicate the game's various features more clearly to players in Battlefield 4. Read more