Good news for anyone still shivving their way through The Last Of Us' multiplayer mode: Sony are releasing a bunch of new DLC packs for the game's online players, including new skills, guns and four new maps, the latter of which look to be loosely based on stages from the single player story.
Of course there are going to be new Titanfalls. It's not like the first didn't sell well and EA do like a sequel. In a recent investor call MP1st reports a "new publishing deal" has been announced with Respawn that would "bring new Titanfall experiences to players worldwide". But on what?
The original Shaq-Fu was a game that even Electronic Arts admits was an "abomination". This game's crowdfunding campaign was, let's be honest, a little weird. But whatever! A second Shaq-Fu game looks like it's actually happening.
Sports games never used to be the same old stuff re-released every few years with a couple of extras added. No, sports game used to be weird. Fortunately the time of weird sports games is not over, thanks to Sportsfriends.
The cash figures for Destiny are almost beyond belief. In an interview with Reuters CEO Kotick revealed the game will have clocked up the $500 million figure thanks to combined development and promotion costs.