Gamers who enjoyed the funky neon 1980's style of Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon can now include it in their Far Cry 3 maps, as Ubisoft has released Mark IV Content Packs on Xbox Live Marketplace and PlayStation Network.
The third and final developer diary for the Crusader Kings II: The Old Gods expansion has been released by Paradox Interactive, and discusses the technological development that occurs in the time span of the game.
PlayStation 4 gamers can relax, as Activision has confirmed that Call of Duty: Ghosts will be coming to the next-gen Sony console.
Namco has announced that Virtua Fighter's Jacky Bryant and Dead or Alive's Ein will be playable characters for Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate Edition. The characters join Ninja Gaiden's Momoji on the game's roster.
CCP continues to tweak the skill system based on user feedback in their massively multiplayer shooter DUST 514, and as such, players have been given a free respec.
Sony has announced that Rockstar's The Warriors, based on the Walter Hill film of the same name, will be coming out to play-ay-ay on the 28th May on PlayStation Network as a PS2 Classic.
Sony has announced that its bundleware The Best of PlayStation Network Vol. 1 will be arriving on the 25th June 2013. The bundle includes When Vikings Attack!, Sound Shapes, Tokyo Jungle and Fat Princess.
During today's Yahoo chat
with Larry Hryb, aka Major Nelson, it seems that Microsoft is re-evaluating its policies on used games and game sharing, as evident by the very first question posted.
Paradox has announced that co-op action-RPG Dungeonland has a new update today that brings a Survival mode as well as a Casual mode to the game.
Kalypso Media has announced that a free gameplay update will be coming to the PC version of its mob sim Omerta: City of Gangsters tomorrow, the 23rd May. The update will install automatically when players boot the game.
Microsoft will be continuing its Xbox 360 policy of not allowing independent developers to self-publish on the Xbox One on Xbox Live Arcade. They must have a publisher with either Microsoft or a third party company.
Developer Crytek has updated their games product page for Ryse, their Roman-era and Kinect-powered action title. It's revealed that Ryse will be 'exclusive' to the Xbox One, taking full advantage of the new Kinect.
Of course it'll also have all that extra horsepower under the hood for Crytek's CryEngine 3, like support of DirectX 11. They've a countdown for an announcement in 21 days.
The charming sandbox kingdom builder Stonehearth has managed to reach a highly sort after stretch goal at the $400,000 mark, which means come launch there'll be co-op multiplayer.
Previous goals reached were Mac & Linux ports, PvP city raids and a bunch of new character classes and animals. There's one week left with Festivals next at $450k.
Warner Bros. has decided the PC brigade need some Mortal Kombat in their diet and so announce the Komplete Edition, which crams in every released bit of DLC for NetherRealm's visceral brawler.
There are 15 Klassic Mortal Kombat Skins and 3 Klassic Fatalities included. It has been adapted for PC by High Voltage Software, and it includes Tag Team, Challenge Tower and a full story.
Deep Silver has unveiled plans for a Season Pass for 4A Games' Metro: Last Light. Included in the package of upcoming DLC are additions to the storyline, as well as "interesting tools" for fans to explore the game.
The packs will be releasing over the coming summer, with the Faction and Chronicles Packs adding new and original gameplay. There's also a solo challenge for veterans.
The remaining two character paths for WildStar have been given the video treatment by developer Carbine. The Scientist and Settler paths joins the Explorer and Soldier as they're finally exposed in more detail.
The first video is a narration by the developers, whilst the second is a tongue-in-cheek animation explaining the perils awaiting new adventurers in WildStar. Just make a movie already!
Age of Conan is celebrating its 5th anniversary with a wave of huge monsters terrorising the MMO world of Hyboria. Beginning tomorrow at 4.00pm CET/10.00am EST there'll be huge boss monsters for five days.
Great rewards are teased for those strong enough to take them down. Funcom are also doubling up XP boosts and Bonus Points to spend in-game, and Access Passes to the Khitai region.
Wargaming.net is revamping artillery in their 8.6 update for World of Tanks as the studio looks to make advancing through that class "more comfortable for players." It'll have a "normal ten tier structure" to follow.
That means that tier 8 SPGs are bumped up to tier X, while the newly introduced SPGs will fill in the space left in the middle tiers. A new British tank is also being added.
While the Xbox One is due for launch this year, Microsoft is yet to unveil any official price points for the next generation hardware. UK retailer Zavvi still thought to have a bash at it though and reckons £399.99.
It seems to be the sort of price range we can expect according to industry sources, but so far Zavvi appears to be the only one putting a price to it. Other retail pre-orders are just reservations.
The MMORPG Guild Wars 2 is from now on a bit cheaper as NCSoft and developer ArenaNet has snipped the price tag down, which came into effect yesterday. The standard edition now costs $50 / £34.99.
The Digital Deluxe is lowered to $70 / £49.99. They decided to permanently lower the price to lure in more players as ArenaNet keeps releasing new episodic content.