Monaco, the abstract class-based, top-down bank heist game, was released on PC two weeks ago. It will be getting its Xbox Live Arcade debut this week on the 10th May, according to developer Pocketwatch.
Doritos Crash Course was a fun advergame released two and a half years ago that was a product of Doritos' game developing contest, alongside Harm's Way. The free game won acclaim for its addictive gameplay. Now, a sequel is coming this week, and it, too, is free.
The unique multiplayer mode Spies vs. Mercs makes its return in Ubisoft's upcoming spy action game Splinter Cell: Blacklist. The mode had been dropped in recent Splinter Cell games.
The pre-order incentives to slap cash down for in Arkane's Dishonored have all been lumped together in an upcoming DLC called Void Walker's Arsenal, which includes four different packs of various goodies.
There's the Acrobatic Killer, Arcane Assassin, Backstreet Butcher and Shadow Rat pack. Each contains 500 bonus coins, and Bone Charm bonuses to help us sneak or slaughter.
Ubisoft pits the stealthy spies against the brutish mercs in this multiplayer mode for Splinter Cell: Blacklist. In 'Spies vs Mercs' the spies must extract sensitive intel from three different terminals.
Naturally it's the job of the mercenaries to stop them at any cost. Each team has different abilities and tools at their disposal for an "exciting, high stakes" multiplayer experience.
Something next-gen is cooking over at Project Eternity and South Park developer Obsidian Entertainment, but CEO Feargus Urquhart "can't really talk about" what it is, including whether it's a new IP or not.
The studio boss confirmed they're "around 100" developers, with "around 15" of that working on Project Eternity. Urquhart couldn't really breakdown numbers for their "other projects" on the go.
UbiSoft's Rayman series has been uniquely French and just plain bizarre, and Rayman Legends is no different, as evidenced by this musical map.
Capcom has released a new developer diary for its upcoming cyberpunk game Remember Me, dealing with the central theme of memories.
Warner Brothers' Monolith are putting together an open world action-adventure title, reveals the F.E.A.R. developer via job ads and LinkedIn profiles. It's being created "simultaneously" for current and next-gen.
Lead software engineer Piotr Mintus boasts that Monolith was "one of the first studios in the world" to be running a title "on the PlayStation 4 alpha kits," with an engine updated with tessellation.
The LinkedIn profile for a Principal Level Artist at Crystal Dynamics reveals the studio has a "soon to be announced title" in the works, with Matt McCulloch working on some "wildly cool environments" for the project.
This is likely to be announced, or at least fully revealed, at E3 this June. Crystal Dynamics of course most recently released the reboot of Tomb Raider to high critical success.
In the latest trailer for Killer Is Dead, Grasshopper's manic action title will be arriving this August in Europe for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
UbiSoft has released an intense new trailer for Splinter Cell: Blacklist, highlighting the silent predator aspect of Sam Fisher, who is obviously no longer voiced by Michael Ironside.
Rockstar has released not one but three new trailers for Grand Theft Auto V, each one showcasing one of the protagonists of the game, including Michael, who is a direct reference to The Sopranos, Franklin, who is straight outta Compton, and Trevor, who is merely axe crazy.
Kifflom! Rockstar Games has announced they're on the prowl for lucky fans to be cast as "one of five Epsilon Program members" we'll be interacting with in Grand Theft Auto 5. They want to capture your looks.
For those interested you'd better sign-up for the Epsilon Program Enlightenment Seminar if you "want to be happy and free from thought". You fill out a little form including a link to a photo.
Kevin Conroy, the actor who has voiced Batman for over two decades, will not be voicing the Dark Knight in Batman: Arkham Origins.
Ubisoft has announced that Watch Dogs, the eagerly awaited techno-thriller open world game, will be landing on PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Wii U and next-gen Xbox console on the 22nd November 2013.
Three new trailers for Rockstar Games' Grand Theft Auto 5 are imminently due to explode on the internet, derailing MMOs with huge lag spikes across the globe. They'll be going live at 11am Eastern.
We expect individual snippets for Michael, Franklin and Trevor the three protagonists for GTA 5. The official website will set loose these new trailers, and hit YouTube a few seconds after no doubt.
High Moon Entertainment has announced that Psylocke and Mr. Sinister will be putting in appearances in the licensed videogame Deadpool: The Game.
For those eager for more hidden blade action in Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag, Ubisoft has announced a VIP program that offers exclusive content for the upcoming instalment. They call it 'The Watch'.
It's designed to cater for those fans who have really fallen in love with the lore of the Assassin's Creed universe, with plans to introduce in-game member quests and special bonuses.
Three new trailers for Grand Theft Auto 5 are almost here as Rockstar Games post a teasing image with "Michael. Franklin. Trevor." - the game's lead protagonists - stamped above '4.30', meaning April 30th.
It's been quite a while since a new trailer for the next GTA has been released, although the studio has drip-fed a number of in-game shots. Grand Theft Auto 5 is due this September 17th.