In the wake of yesterday's news that Blizzard has officially cancelled Titan, we can share a bit about what the project was meant to be: a massive multiplayer PC game in which players could both maintain non-combat professions and shoot their way through death-matches on a sci-fi version of Earth.
Things just got interesting. Head over to Microsoft's site and you'll see the RRP for an Kinect-less Xbox One is now £329.99, a full £20 less than the PS4's current £349.99. Chances are retail deals could be even better.
It's been a year of high-profile delays. The Division, Batman, Dragon Age, AC Unity, The Order and GTA 5 on PC are just a few high profile slips on the list. Chances are: if you want it, you're going to have to wait a bit longer.
I've always thought the Nintendo 2DS looked terrible. These don't. The transparent Red and Blue handhelds will be released in Europe when Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire go on sale in late November.