The News Review: Edition 57

Rocket League has already raked in $50 million dollars since its release…

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Christmas is very nearly upon us, and here at The Gaming Review, we’re well aware that you guys are far too busy with last minute Christmas shopping and Santa-themed mods to search for all the latest in gaming news, so that’s why we’ve done the hard graft for you, and compiled a list of the most important news stories from over the past 7 days:

  • Following his exit from Konami, Metal Gear Solid’s creator Hideo Kojima is set to start working on a new game with Sony.
  • New characters for Smash Bros. Wii U and 3DS have been announced, with Fire Emblem’s Corrin and Bayonetta’s… erm… Bayonetta, joining the roster. Final Fantasy’s Cloud is also now available to download.
  • Activision has announced that Call of Duty points will be brought to Call of Duty: Black Ops III. The points act as in-game currency, which can be purchased for real money. Currently Acitivsion are offering 200 free points for anyone playing the game on PS4, Xbox One or PC.
  • Tired of grinding levels? Destiny players can now boost their characters level up to level 25 for a £25 in-game purchase.
  • Ubisoft has released Update 1.1 for Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, which brings slight visual upgrades, balancing and an auto-kicking system for getting rid of pesky team-killers.
  • Nintendo has released a video showing of two new maps coming to Splatoon, called Piranha Pit and Ancho-V Games.
  • Rockstar have released a new free expansion for GTA V and GTA Online, called Executives and Other Criminals. The expansion features new game modes, properties, vehicles, weapons and VIP and bodyguard dynamics.
  • Microsoft has announced a further 16 Xbox 360 games that will be available on Xbox One through backwards compatibility, including Fable III, Portal: Still Alive, Halo: Reach and Splosion Man, with more on the way.
  • Capybara games has announced that Xbox One indie title Below has been delayed until 2016.
  • Meanwhile Bethesda have also revealed their upcoming collectible card game Elder Scrolls Legends has been pushed back until 2016.
  • Psyonix’s hit car-football game Rocket League has already raked in $50 million dollars since its release on PS4 and PC, with the Xbox One version set to go on sale February 2016.
  • Coleco has released a new console aimed at retro-gaming lovers. The COLECO Chameleon is a cartridge-based system which wil play 8-, 16- and 32-bit games.

 

Finally, the top games released this week are:

  • Elite Dangerous: Horizons – PC
  • Hatoful Boyfriend: Holiday Star – PC
  • Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 – Xbox 360, PS3
  • Minecraft: Wii U Edition – Wii U
  • Turok Remastered – PC
  • The Escapists – Xbox 360

 

 
 

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