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A new Batman Arkham game has been rumored for awhile, but it appears it is indeed real. Batman: Arkham Origins has been revealed and is being developed by Warner Bros Games Montreal for the PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Wii U. It is scheduled to be released on October 25. Read more

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2's Uprising DLC pack is coming, and the Replacer is back with reinforcements to take over your day-to-day duties for you so you can play the game. A new trailer shows off just what mundane tasks this replacement team will do so you don't have to leave your couch. Read more

"Shipping a game every year is a boon rather than a hindrance," Ubisoft Quebec game director said about working on Assassin's Creed as co-dev. However, "I don't think teams can be co-dev partners forever," he points out, as the studio tries to leave the shadow of Montreal. Read more

Castle of Illusion is the next Disney platformer to get a current-gen revival. Read more

A screenshot of the Injustice: Gods Among Us roster shows Ares and Killer Frost on the villains side, just days after the two were revealed by Xbox Live Marketplace items. Read more

Warren Spector talks about the lessons learned from Junction Point, and how consulting, teaching, or another start-up are among his possible future plans. Read more

by Andrew Yoon, shacknews.com, Apr 5, 2013 10:50AM PDT

Gearbox's critically-panned Aliens: Colonial Marines will no longer see release on Wii U. A port for Nintendo's HD console was originally supposed to release in March, but Sega has finally confirmed that it is no longer happening. Read more

Developed by the same team that worked on Batman: Arkham City Lockdown, the iOS version of NetherRealm's brawler is a "completely custom experience" for mobile. Read more

Why is there a giant rat on the moon in the original DuckTales video game? Heck, how can Scrooge breathe in space? Worry not, as WayForward is answering all your burning questions in its Remastered take. Read more

Following lodged complaints, Europe's Advertising Standards Authority contacted Sega regarding misleading Aliens: Colonial Marines ads. In response, Sega acknowledged that the trailers didn't depict the game accurately, and agreed to add a disclaimer. Read more

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