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by Alice O'Connor, shacknews.com, Dec 22, 2013 8:00AM PST

Given that next Tuesday is Christmas Eve, it's not surprising that few games are coming out next week. In fact, it's almost surprising how many are. The two headliners are Zen Pinball 2 for PlayStation 4 and Halo: Spartan Assault for Xbox One, so we'll get a few next-gen funsies for Crimbo. For people who prefer practical gifts, Pokémon Bank is coming too. Read more

The "holiday build" of Dragon Age Inquisition has been completed. So what does that mean? It means the main storyline is "completely playable from... Read more

by Andrew Yoon, shacknews.com, Dec 19, 2013 3:15PM PST

Perfect World Entertainment, developer and publisher of various free-to-play MMOs, has announced plans to make games for both current and next-gen consoles. Read more

Surprise! Call of Duty: Ghosts will have a season pass. Read more

by Andrew Yoon, shacknews.com, Dec 19, 2013 1:30PM PST

Trailers for war games tend to be bombastic affairs, filled with nothing more than rock music and explosions. But Rebellion and 505 Games goes for something a bit classier with Sniper Elite 3. Read more

Warhorse Studios announced its existence back in 2011, starting with a small team including the creator of Mafia and other folks from Mafia as well as Arma, and teasing the sort of things one would expect from such people: open worlds and realistic settings. After a lot of peeks here and there, Warhorse has finally announced its first game, an open-world RPG set in the Holy Roman Empire and named Kingdom Come: Deliverance. Read more

EA investors are none too happy with the botched launch of Battlefield 4 and have filed a class action lawsuit against the publisher. Read more

Ubisoft was working on a driving game, potentially to be part of the Driver franchise. However, after its cancellation, it laid down the foundation to become Watch Dogs. Read more

The upcoming PS4 and Xbox One port will look even better than the PC version of the game does right now. Read more

Activision warned investors that it expected lower year-over-year sales of Call of Duty this year, but an analyst says the sales may be flagging even more than projected. Read more

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