The as-yet unnamed Legend of Zelda game coming to the Wii U will not release this year after all.
In a video update, Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma said that the development team is focussing on creating a quality game rather than on just getting it out this year.
"In these last three months, as the team has experienced firsthand the freedom of exploration that hasn't existed in any Zelda game to date, we have discovered several new possibilities for this game," he said.
"As we have worked to turn these possibilities into reality, new ideas have continued to spring forth, it now feels like we have the potential to create something that exceeds even my own expectations.
"We are no longer making our 2015 release our number one priority. Instead, our priority is to make it the most complete and ultimate Zelda game," he added.
The latest patch for Grand Theft Auto V on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One has led to a downturn in the game's graphical performance.
Rockstar said it is aware of the issue and is working on a fix.
"We are aware of some graphical issues on the Xbox One and PS4 versions of GTAV after the most recent Title Update, and we are investigating a fix now," said Rockstar.
GOG.com has expanded its refunds policy, making it easier for consumers to get their money back when they've made a mistake.
GOG now offers refunds on any game for 30 days as long as the user hasn't begun to download it. Previously, this window had been 14 days in line with EU law.
In addition, if the game won't run due to technical issues and the support team can't help, the 30 day refund window also applies.
A new fan-made Valve-endorsed Half-Life 2 mod that improves the game’s visuals will be available from tomorrow on Steam.
Half-Life 2: Update is a free release that adds improved lighting, effects, textures, and some bug fixes to the classic shooter.
It also includes more than 100 community-recorded commentary notes about development and the impact of Half-Life 2 itself, featuring the voices of well-known Youtubers including Caddicarus, Brutalmoose, Ricepirate, Balrog the Master, ProJared, and Ross Scott from Freeman's Mind.
Ahead of the Call of Duty world championship this weekend, Activision has circulated an infographic with some interesting data about the series' lifetime achievements.
Headlining the infographic is news that the franchise has sold more than 175 million copies across all titles in the series over the last 10 years.
There have been more than 100 billion multiplayer matches, which is equivalent to 263 million English profession football seasons, and players have thrown 300 billion grenades - more than 44 times the number of mobile phones in the world.
Borderlands: The Handsome Jack Collection has a 16GB day one patch on Xbox One and an 8GB day one patch on PlayStation 4.
Much of the patch's size is accounted for by The Pre-Sequel's Claptastic Voyage DLC, which wasn't completed soon enough to be included on the disc.
There is also a substantial list of bug fixes for both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
The apparent feud between Hideo Kojima and Konami took on a new dimension today as the publisher announced that the developer's web show, Kojima Station, would not air tomorrow as scheduled.
The news was delivered via a new publisher-controlled Twitter account (Japanese) for Metal Gear Solid. Additional Tweets clarified that the show had not been cancelled altogether.
It's the latest development in what appear to be an ongoing hostilities between Kojima and Konami. Last Friday, reports claimed that Kojima and Konami would part ways after the completion of The Phantom Pain.
“Homeworld Remastered might just be the single greatest triumph in this new era of re-released classics.”
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