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"Operation Eagle," the upcoming DLC for Dead Rising 3 was due on December 24th. Capcom promised it would add a new mission, new weapons, a new vehicle, and a new playable character. Unfortunately, it's been delayed by a month. 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

by Steve Watts, shacknews.com, Dec 17, 2013 8:30AM PST

A free update for Need for Speed Rivals adds a 2015 Ford Mustang racer. Read more

by Alice O'Connor, shacknews.com, Dec 17, 2013 7:50AM PST

Dying Light may be yet another open-world zombie game from Techland, but the Dead Island creator seems to be trying something a little different this time. Rather than simply mowing down hordes of zombies, players will be more inclined to run away and dodge the corpses, using fancy parkour skills, as a new 10-minute gameplay trailer demonstrates. Read more

Comparing a Plants vs. Zombies game to Battlefield is pretty darn weird and unexpected and confusing but hey, that's PvZ: Garden Warfare in a nutshell. PopCap today revealed the class-based multiplayer shooter's 'Gardens & Graveyards' mode, describing it as "a bit of a mix between of Battlefield's Rush and Conquest modes, intertwined with some tower defense elements similar to the original PvZ." Read more

EA Sports UFC has revealed the second athlete to don its cover. Alexander 'The Mauler' Gustafsson will join Jon 'Bones' Jones on the game's cover, just ahead of their anticipated rematch. Read more

Although Sony has taken the lead in courting smaller developers this generation, Microsoft's ID@Xbox program has been winning back indies. The fruits of their labors will be seen starting March. Read more

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