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Nolan North: "I know they're doing The Last of Us 2"

Naughty Dog collaborator Nolan North has said that a The Last of Us sequel will be made. North, voice of Uncharted series hero Nathan Drake and The Last of Us villain David, made the remarks during a Metrocon 2015 panel (thanks, NeoGAF). Show More Summary

On console, PlanetSide 2 is as opaque, frustrating and brilliant as it was on PC

Obtuse and overwhelming, PlanetSide 2's gargantuan free-to-play MMOFPS arrives on PlayStation 4 virtually undiminished from its PC incarnation. This is still a game that makes few concessions for new players, bombarding you with icons, mission updates and map markers but pretty much leaving you to figure things out for yourself. Show More Summary

Strike Vector EX outlines new console features

Aerial dogfighting Strike Vector is coming to consoles as Strike Vector EX and developer Ragequit Corporation has outlined the new features that it's adding to this PS4 and Xbox One version due this autumn. Chief among them is a story-based solo campaign with characters, cut scenes and enemy AI. Show More Summary

Battlezone 1998 is getting remastered for PC

Earlier this month Sniper Elite and AvP developer Rebellion announced that it's remaking the old Atari Battlezone tank game into a VR shooter for PS4 (via Morpheus) and PC (Oculus Rift, HTC Vive). As it turns out, Rebellion is making not one, but two Battlezone games, with the other one being a remaster of the 1998 edition for PC. Show More Summary

HoloLenses blown up en route to International Space Station

Prior to Microsoft announcing its augmented-reality headset HoloLens as a potential Minecraft peripheral, NASA was already using it to help remote teams across earth and space better communicate. This weekend NASA was to ship a couple of units of the spiffy under development headset to the International Space Station. Show More Summary

Resident Evil returns to Universal Studios Japan

Universal Studios Japan is getting another Resident Evil attraction. Previously, in 2012, the theme park hosted a Halloween-timed horror extravaganza that transformed the park into Raccoon City, while the following year it added a shooting gallery activity called Biohazard: The Real. Show More Summary

Mojang is shuttering development on its card combat game Scrolls

. Minecreaft developer Mojang's card-combat game Scrolls isn't going to receive any additional content since its Echoes update earlier this month. "After much deliberation, we've come to an important decision that we'd like to share: Echoes will be the last major content patch for Scrolls," Mojang said on its official blog. Show More Summary

The World Ends With You is back on iOS

Square Enix's cult classic modern RPG The World Ends With You has returned to the iOS App Store after a four month absence. This iOS version, entitled The World Ends with You: Solo Remix, faced erasure from the App Store in February due to compatibility issues with iOS 8. Show More Summary

5-year PlayStation Plus members get a personalised print

Subscription service PlayStation Plus is five years old. As an anniversary present, and a thank you, Sony will send a gift to people who subscribed from the beginning - from 29th June 2010. That gift has been revealed as a personalised print, according to people on NeoGAF and Reddit who qualified. Show More Summary

Free-to-play Pokémon Shuffle headed to iPhone, Android

Free-to-play 3DS puzzler Pokémon Shuffle is headed to iPhone and Android mobiles. The Pokémon Company has published a brief trailer showing off the game's new phone-based version. Once again, the main game will be a free download funded by in-app purchases. Show More Summary

Amy Hennig's EA Star Wars game like Uncharted and 1313, says Nolan North

The secretive Star Wars game Amy Hennig is directing for EA Visceral has been described as "Star Wars in the style of Uncharted", and "along the same lines" as gritty and glitzy third-person action adventure Star Wars 1313, which was canned. Show More Summary

EU PlayStation Plus games now update first Tuesday of each month

Europe's PlayStation Plus offering of free games will now be refreshed on the first Tuesday of every month. That means EU users won't have to wait an extra day for the usual Wednesday PS Store update. Tuesday is the day that the PS Store updates in North America, and when PS Plus games have always been refreshed there. Read more…

Video: Why you might like to play Her Story

It's difficult to talk about a thing like Her Story without edging into spoiler territory. This is a game that relies so heavily on the player making their own discoveries and we don't want to spoil that. Just imagine the comments section. Show More Summary

Super-sized phones won't work with Fallout 4 Pip-Boy replica

Super-sized smartphones, such as the iPhone 6 Plus, are too big for the wearable plastic Pip-Boy that comes with the £99.99 Fallout 4 Pip-Boy Edition. Normal-sized phones slip inside the gigantic wristwatch/drainpipe of a device where they can load the Pip-Boy mobile app for total immersion (well, managing inventory, perks and holotapes). Show More Summary

The Elder Scrolls Online creative director quits, joins Gearbox

Paul Sage, creative director of The Elder Scrolls Online, has quit the project. Confirmation of his departure and new posting comes less than three weeks after Bethesda's MMO launched for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Sage has now joined Borderlands developer Gearbox Software as creative director on an unknown project. Read more…

Valve will no longer return items lost in Steam trade scams

Lose an in-game item in a Steam trade scam and you could previously ask Valve to get it back. But that's no longer the case. In a policy change, Valve has now decided to cease reimbursing scam victims - because the scams themselves should be too identifiable to fall prey for. Show More Summary

Face-Off: Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition

We're halfway through Capcom's 'Year of the Remaster' - Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition is the third of five revisitations of older titles due this year, with Resident Evil Zero and the Mega Man Legacy Collection still to come. As one...Show More Summary

Batman: Arkham Knight PC fixes are "significant" and "will take some time"

Do not expect Batman: Arkham Knight on PC to be fixed soon. Publisher Warner has said "the work is significant" and "it will take some time". "Rocksteady is leading our team of developers and partners as we work on the PC performance issues that players have been encountering. Show More Summary

Batman: Arkham Knight launch sales beat Arkham City

Batman: Arkham Knight is the UK's new all-formats chart number one, with launch week sales that are the highest for any game in the Batman series. Impressively, it beat the launch week sales of Batman: Arkham City despite only launching on PC and the new generation of consoles, versus City's launch on the more-established PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Show More Summary

Zelda: Ocarina of Time on Wii U eShop this week

N64 classic The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time will launch on the Wii U eShop this Thursday. Fans can re-live Nintendo's seminal adventure once again for £8.99. It's not cheap, but it's probably cheaper than a copy of the remastered Ocarina of Time 3D for 3DS. Although that version is shinier. Decisions, decisions. Read more…

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