Noticeably absent from Take-Two's Q1 fiscal 2012 results were any mention of Grand Theft Auto, however more unannounced titles will be revealed soon.
Speculation is even higher now that Rockstar will unveil Grand Theft Auto V, releasing it from April 2012 onwards. Strauss Zelnick avoided the 'GTA question'.
Disney Interactive's fancy crossing of all their cartoon universes in Disney Universe will be releasing on Xbox 360, PS3, Nintendo Wii and PC October 28th.
It's here that fans can dress up their avatars in costumes of their favourite Disney characters and explore worlds filled with puzzles and obstacles to defeat.
True Crime: Hong Kong - or whatever the game will be called since Activision retains the rights to the True Crime moniker - will be released next year, according to Square-Enix, who will be publishing the game for developer United Front Games after Activision dropped it.
Film company StudioCanal has given the Rambo IP license to UK-based publisher Reef Entertainment whose boss is a "big fan of Sylvester Stallone movies".
They had to "grab it with both hands," says CEO Peter Rezon. There's an "international appetite" for action movies and their triple-A game will tap into that.
A source at Dr. D, George Miller's animation studio, says that Team Bondi boss Brendan McNamara and other notable higher ups have been touring offices.
Specifically they were nosing around Dr. D where Happy Feet 2 is being made. The visit was "unsettling" as Dr. D staffs former Team Bondi developers who quit.
While it was recently revealed that The Lord of the Rings: War in the North would launch in European territories November 4, Warner Bros. Interactive has announced that North American gamers would get it a few days earlier on November 1.
Tomb Raider brand manager Karl Stewart explains Crystal Dynamics thinking behind the 're-imagining' of Lara Croft. It's a "great opportunity" to reach new fans.
It's "not about graphical quality," but "how she becomes this person" we've known all these years. Gamers "never really had an attachment" to her before now.
Crystal Dynamics has addressed fan concerns that they'll feature a heavy load of quick-time events in the Tomb Raider reboot. They "will leverage" them.
However they're only at "very specific times" when the team feels a QTE can best deliver an "intense and cinematic experience." QTE 'bit heavy' in E3 demo.
Warner Bros. Interactive has announced that their three player co-op third-person action game, The Lord of the Rings: War in the North, will be coming out on November 4, putting it in direct competition with Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception.
The game will also be competing with other heavyweights such as The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Battlefield 3, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, and Assassin's Creed Revelations.
Lead writer Darby McDevitt has said they've got almost all Assassin's Creed lore locked down, and Ezio's fate was "conceived and planned" during Brotherhood.
There's always room for a "cool new story" if it "sits deep within the narrative," but otherwise events are "planned out." Altair's has been 'completed' for two years.
Back in June, Electronic Arts boss Frank Gibeau stated that Mirror’s Edge 2 “hasn’t been killed," and added when asked if the Battlefield 3 engine Frostbite 2.0 could be used with it, he admitted, “You’ll see that combination, I’m sure.”
You may remember the alternate Batman Beyond skin available in Batman: Arkham City revealed a few days ago? Well, that was barely scratching the surface, as Batman fans will have an orgasmic selection of skins to pick from.
Back in February, among the casualties in Activision's massive purge was True Crime: Hong Kong, the third game in the open world series that for a time was Grand Theft Auto's rival, before Saints Row.
How's this for extra awesome? GameStop UK's preorder bonus for Batman: Arkham City is an unlockable Batman Beyond outfit.
Saints Row has gotten popular enough that Saints Row: The Third is outpacing Saints Row 2 in preorders. According to THQ CEO Brian Farrell in his investors call, pre-orders for the game are currently double what they were for Saints Row 2 at the same time in its history.
Some of the audio tapes that can be found in Batman: Arkham City were released by developer Rocksteady.
Publisher Croteam and developer Mommy's Best Games have released a new gameplay video of the Serious Sam-licensed side scrolling action title, Serious Sam: Double D.
With such enemies as "Chimputees" and "Vuvuzelators", the irreverent humor of the shooter is still there, as is the mindless hordes and carnage.
Ubisoft has revealed the contents of the special editions of Assassin's Creed: Revelations, inclunding the Collector's Edition and the Animus Edition. The Collector's Edition will cost £49.99, while online store Ubishop is offering the Animus Edition for £59.99 on PC and £68.99 on consoles.
Developer UbiWorkshop has been busy as it will be releasing an animated short called Assassin's Creed: Embers alongside Assassin's Creed: Revelations.
It will be a part of the Animus Edition, the Collector's Edition and as a digital download via Xbox Live and PlayStation Network. It expands on Ezio's "final chapter".
Picking up where comic series Assassin's Creed: The Fall ended, The Chain will continue the shoot-off goings on in the Assassin's Creed universe.
Comic notables Cameron Stewart and Karl Kerschl continue collaboration with The Chain. A prologue for the new series will accompany The Fall this November.