This apparently leaked poster for the game seems to say so, featuring the recently released artwork as well as some other art that features scenes from the reveal trailer.
It was probably obvious that GTA V would be Rockstar’s 2013 game release following the pattern that their other game releases have followed. This poster also lists PS3 and Xbox 360 as platforms, so no planned release for Wii U just yet.
The highly anticipated The Last Of Us is going to be getting two different variations of special editions in Europe and the UK.
You can pick between either of the two main characters of the game, each edition will feature their face on the packaging, a poster, a DualShock 3 skin as well as a character skin for LittleBigPlanet that all vary dependent on which version you pick up.
Other than that, they are pretty much the same, full list of contents after the break.
Those who are upset at the lack of Megaman recently might want to look at this new Kickstarter campaign from Keiji Inafune and his team at Comcept. Mighty No. 9 is a new game featuring old school action platforming with influences from the 8/16-bit eras, but with advancements of modern tech.
They are aiming for $900,000 of funding and a Spring 2015 release and you can get more info and support the project here.
Activision has released the first trailer for their video game based on The Walking Dead. Adamant to remind you it’s not just another shooter, this trailer doesn’t feature many gunshots, but a lot of zombies and panic.
The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct is set to launch on March 26 in the US, March 27 in Europe and March 29 in the UK. This game hasn’t been out in the open for that long and is kind of in a bad position thanks to the fantastic Telltale Games adaptation of the franchise.
First Artwork For Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault
Ratchet & Clank have been around for 10 years now and Insomniac is celebrating by not only giving us the upcoming HD collection of the first three games, but also a brand new, downloadable entry into the series that will return to the classic third person camera view.
Bungie’s next foray into the FPS market, Destiny, will be a persistent world shooter that will feature an always on, always evolving world that is expected to keep players playing together and for years to come.