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We conclude the week with yet another next-gen trailer. EA Sports has released a new video showing off the PS4 and Xbox One version of FIFA 14. Read more

Metal Gear Solid 5 will have its groundwork laid by Ground Zeroes, and series creator Hideo Kojima has explained the gameplay and story details that make the prologue so important. Read more

by Ozzie Mejia, shacknews.com, Oct 25, 2013 7:50AM PDT

Both Sony and Microsoft have come forward with their party chat plans, each stating that their consoles will support up to eight players. Read more

by Andrew Yoon, shacknews.com, Oct 25, 2013 7:25AM PDT

Now this is more like it! The new "Invitation" ad for Xbox One does a terrific job of showing off the "all-in-one" entertainment features of Xbox... Read more

by Steve Watts, shacknews.com, Oct 23, 2013 1:15PM PDT

NBA Live 14 will have three tiers of dribbling to throw off opponents, as part of its "BounceTek" physics system. EA has detailed each one. Read more

Sure, you've heard us gush about it. But is it really worth spending $250 on? If you're unclear what the fuss is all about, perhaps this four minute video will clear things up. Read more

Ubisoft has released a "101" trailer for Assassin's Creed 4, a nine minute overview of pretty much everything Black Flag has to offer. Read more

Respawn has announced that Titanfall will launch on March 11, and a Collector's Edition includes a large statue, art book, and poster for $250. Read more

by Alice O'Connor, shacknews.com, Oct 22, 2013 8:30AM PDT

Call of Duty: Ghosts, we know, likes dogs. But as the Great FPS Throwdown of fall 2013 approaches, we've all been dying to know: what is Battlefield 4's stance on dogs? As a new trailer released today shows a soldier chap punching out a pooch, I'm willing to go ahead and declare BF4 this year's winner. See you again in 2014. Read more

Oh, how briefly EA respected the Wii U and Vita as consoles deserving of typical AAA fare. Both received ports of 2012's Need for Speed: Most Wanted but are missing out on this year's entry in the racing series, Rivals. The answer to why was pretty clear, but Rivals developer Ghost Games has stated it plainly: Most Wanted didn't sell enough to be worth the effort again. Read more

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