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Coming off the release of its latest Lego adventure, The Lego Movie Videogame, WB Games is ready for the next one. The publisher announced today... Read more

by Alice O'Connor, shacknews.com, Feb 26, 2014 10:00AM PST

Evidently RedLynx didn't think its Trials series was difficult enough, as the first gameplay trailer for Trials Fusion shows it's introducing tricks. Intentional tricks, that is--beyond losing control of your bike in an absurd and hilarious way. The trailer also confirms an April 16 launch for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Xbox 360. Read more

by Riccí D. Kearney, shacknews.com, Feb 25, 2014 12:00PM PST

DICE has announced that Battlefield 4 will add Platoons very soon. Read more

Early physical and digital copies of Ground Zeroes will include exclusive DLC for use within The Phantom Pain. Read more

by Riccí D. Kearney, shacknews.com, Feb 25, 2014 7:30AM PST

The third downloadable expansion for Dead Rising 3 is set for release. Read more

If a Titan falls in a city and no one is watching, is it all just a colossal waste of your time? Why even bother if no one's watching? Look at me. Don't look at me! Don't you dare look at me. Which is to say that Microsoft and Twitch have finally pinned down a date for when a revamped Twitch app, bringing live streaming and more, will hit Xbox One: March 11. Read more

In spite of their slow start, Microsoft promises that more free-to-play experiences are coming to their next-gen console. Read more

Wolfenstein: The New Order's first few hours won't reinvent the FPS wheel, but so far, it feels like a competent shooter with a pretty novel alternate WWII timeline. Read more

Over 1,500 hours of clotheslines, chokeslams, ladders, chairs, marvellous melodrama, and men in shiny underpants are coming to consoles today with the launch of an app for WWE's new on-demand video service WWE Network. As well as every pay-per-view show, it has oodles of older matches. The app's out today on Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, and PS3. Read more

by Alice O'Connor, shacknews.com, Feb 24, 2014 7:15AM PST

Titanfall is perhaps the first big system-selling exclusive for Xbox One, even though it is on PC and Xbox 360 too. If you're umming and ahhing about picking the console up for it, a new limited edition bundle coming in March may make your mind up, as it essentially adds Titanfall for free into the regular $499.99 package. Read more

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