Gearbox has confirmed in the wake of a leak yesterday that the fourth and final campaign add-on in Borderlands 2's Season Pass, Tiny Tina, will be coming the 25th June for PC, Xbox 30 and PlayStation 3.
UbiSoft's Rayman series has been uniquely French and just plain bizarre, and Rayman Legends is no different, as evidenced by this musical map.
Atlus has released two character class trailers for Dragon's Crown, based on the character artwork of George Kamitani, showing off the Fighter and the Sorceress.
Capcom has released a new developer diary for its upcoming cyberpunk game Remember Me, dealing with the central theme of memories.
Ubisoft acquired Obsidian Entertainment's South Park: The Stick of Truth from the THQ collapse, paying $3.2m for the privilege. It has been notably absent from the publisher's scheduled release line-ups.
However Ubisoft has confirmed that South Park: The Stick of Truth will be launching this year, although they have no concrete date to offer. Originally it had been due to release later this month.
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.
Warner Bros. Interactive has announced the latest downloadable content hero for their Tolkein-licensed MOBA Guardians of Middle-Earth: Elrond, the half-elf ruler of Rivendell.
Square Enix director Naoki Yoshida has announced at the Nico Nico Chokaigi 2 event in Tokyo this past weekend that Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn will be re-launching this Summer for PC and PlayStation 3.
Activision has officially announced the next Call of Duty game, and as expected, instead of going with the appellation Modern Warfare 4, the next game will be Call of Duty: Ghosts.
It would appear that the PSOne Classics catalogue is about to get even more retro as the original Grand Theft Auto and the sci-fi follow-up Grand Theft Auto 2 have been spotted on the ESRB database.
They've given them a listing for PlayStation 3, PS Vita and PSP meaning it'll be going through PlayStation Network. It's unclear if the London expansion is included with GTA or not.
Attorneys are on the march as a lawsuit is launched against SEGA and Gearbox Software for 'unrepresentative trade show demos' regarding Aliens: Colonial Marines, which took place at PAX and E3 2011.
The lawsuit targets game levels, AI behaviour and visual fidelity not present in the final version. Review embargos led to the gamers who pre-ordered 'left in the dark' as to the discrepancies.
Minority has detailed its follow up to well-received downloadable title Papo & Yo. The team has detailed Silent Enemy in a brand new trailer, indicating the game's main theme is dealing with bullying.
Call of Duty: Ghosts is supposed to be revealed later today by Activision, but a leaked poster shows a 5th November 2013 release date for the next edition of the CoD series. The poster is a reward at GameStop for preordering the game.
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.
Capcom has issued "a quick public service announcement" for gamers who own Dragon's Dogma and/or Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen regarding an update that seems to corrupt save files.
The upcoming Killzone title is going with a colon'ed subtitle Shadow Fall rather than a 4. According to Guerrilla Games managing director Herman Hulst, it's due to it being on the next-gen PlayStation 4.
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.
The only good bug is a squished one. Treyarch has released new title updates for Xbox 360 and PS3 versions of Black Ops 2 with a different changelog provided for each. The latest Zombies map is tuned up.
This comes ahead of the impending announcement of Infinity Ward's Call of Duty: Ghosts. The studio has reverted the global spawn influencer due to "undesirable side effects."