The Last Of Us Developer Diaries Part 3 Released (video)

The third The Last Of Us developer diary has been released this week and concentrates on death and the difficult choices Joel and Ellie must make in order to survive.

The Last of Us game exclusively for the PS3 will be launching on Jun 14th 2013, and is available to pre-order now. Watch the video after the jump to see it in action.

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Call Of Duty Ghosts Teased By Infinity Ward (Video)

Infinity Ward has taken to Vine this week ahead of the big Xbox 360 event on Tuesday to reveal a tiny glimpse of the development work that has gone into the new Call Of Duty Ghosts.

The Call Of Duty Ghosts tiny video snippet is just the start of more information expected to be released at the new generation Xbox reveal takes place tomorrow.

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NVIDIA Project Shield Now Available To Pre-order

NVIDIA recently announced that they would be putting the NVIDIA Project Shield up for pre-order from today, the 20th of May, we it looks like the company decided to make the device available to pre-order a little early and it has been available over the weekend.

The NVIDIA Project Shield will retail for $349 and it is now available to pre-order from a number of retailers, the list includes Gamestop, Newegg, Micro Center and Canada Computers.

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Sega Giving Sonic Publishing Over To Nintendo

The old rivalry between Sega and the house of Mario is now well and truly buried, as following the success of its Mario & Sonic games, the two companies will be extending their partnership. Three Sonic games are slated for release on Nintendo platforms (both home and portable), while Nintendo will be taking up publishing duties for  two of them.
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Autoduel – Kickstarter For Car Combat, Twisted Metal Designer David Jaffe Attached

New developer, new IP, but some familiar sounding names. Pixelbionic, a new California studio will be making a car combat game which it aims to fund via an upcoming Kickstarter campaign. To accomplish this, the company has retained the services of God of War and Twisted Metal creator David Jaffe as well as the designer of classic car combat games Interstate ’76 and Interstate ’82.

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Super Hexagon Creator Working On New Puzzle Game

Indie game machine Terry Cavanagh has homed in on a new concept, which with any luck he’ll busily be pursuing with the same amount of fanatical attention to detail as the masterful Super Hexagon. The trademark lo-fi visuals seem to have been preserved, hopefully the brutal difficulty curve and arresting chiptune scores will be as well.

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OUYA E3 Show To Be Held In Public Parking Lot

OUYA continues to be smart about marketing its yet to be released device, this time by putting  it in front of a mass of people traditionally ignored at press and industry-centric E3 – the players themselves. The company will be setting up in a parking lot outside the LA Convention Center and making sure its booth is packed with games by providing exhibiting devs with everything from equipment to free food.
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EA Ending Online Pass Initiative

EA has decided to stop putting its games’ online content behind a paywall by putting an end to its anti-used game policy known as Online Pass. The Online Passes ensured only first time game purchasers enjoyed feature like multiplayer or DLC for free, with players buying used games having to purchase features separately.
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Assassin’s Creed Film Coming May 2015

Ubisoft gets weirdly specific about the release date of blockbuster franchise Assassin’s Creed blockbuster theater opening night. Despite a slew of high profile video game films recently stalled or even outright cancelled (Bioshock, Uncharted and World of Warcraft come to mind), Regency Films and Ubisoft Motion Pictures are keen to bring this one home.
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