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Here's your first look at the newly announced Halo 5. It's not much but at least we know the series will include dusty alien deserts and rocky canyons because God knows there just aren't enough of those in video gaming.
Let's pretend we both won Nidhogg and get to run towards our glorious death in unison. That's the vibe I'm getting from Narcissus, a two-player co-op endless runner - player one jumps with the up button, player two the down, and then you tap and swear until you're not friends anymore.
Launch PS4 game Killzone: Shadow Fall will get a four-player online co-op mode called Killzone Intercept later this year, launching for free for the game's season pass holders in June and as a standalone release later in 2014.
There's a new King of Fighters game! It's...a network-based mobile game that's based on KoF 2012 but has role-playing game elements. Called King of Fighters M, it will be out the first half of this year in South Korea.
Diablo 3 turned two yesterday, and in honour of this moment, the always superb folks at Carbot Animations remade the game's original intro. Deckard Cain survives the meteor blast in this one too, but he's just as hopeless.
It's not clear how Magic: The Gathering publisher's lawsuit against the creators of Hex: The Shards of Fate will end up on. But trying to compare the two games, I can already tell that things are going to get tricky.
The developers behind Runescape, in conjunction with photographer Chris Dorley-Brown, have taken survey data and real player's faces and combined it all to create this composite portrait of the game's "average" player.