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by Alice O'Connor, shacknews.com, Dec 16, 2013 6:30AM PST

With hobbits and dwarves now frolicking around the screen of a cinema near you, Warner Bros. today released the first trailer for its latest plastic adaptation, LEGO The Hobbit. As with TT Games' LEGO The Lord of the Rings, this is lifting dialogue and plot from the movies, then slapping in a hearty dose of LEGO silliness. Read more

Adding night racing and weather effects to Forza Motorsport 5 would require at least nine months of additional work to account for new physics and lighting effects, meaning these features may never come to Turn 10's Xbox One racer. Read more

Rainbow 6 Patriots has had a tumultuous development cycle and it's reached the point where Ubisoft acknowledges that development had to begin again from scratch. Read more

The November NPDs mark the first head-to-head between PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and which sold more depends on how you look at the numbers. Read more

If you've already rushed out and bought an Xbox One, one imagines that Dead Rising 3 was a high-priority buy too. Still, for those uncertain whether they'd enjoy smashing zombies in a sandbox world, a demo out today gives them 40 minutes to find out. For folks already breaking skulls, new story-based DLC is on the way too. Read more

The music of the upcoming Strider reboot will be recognizable to fans of the franchise, as it modernizes many of the classic franchise's most iconic tunes. Read more

A new title update, which can arrive as early as next week, will drastically reduce the price of cars while also increasing the rate at which racers earn money. Read more

Tomorrow, "The Wolf" DLC will launch on Xbox platforms. For $2, this will transform the Guard Dog killstreak into a wolf. Read more

Rayman Legends will hit PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on February 25. Ubisoft announced the date today, along with word on console-exclusive features and skins. Read more

by Alice O'Connor, shacknews.com, Dec 11, 2013 7:15AM PST

The best thing about two next-generation consoles practically alongside each other is that we can easily compare them to fuel petty arguments on the Internet. Sony boasted last week that it had sold over 2.1 million PlayStation 4 systems in its first 16 days on sale, and now Microsoft has shared Xbox One sales figures: 2 million consoles sold in 18 days. Read more

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