◆ A Halo Xbox One bundle is available at stores from today. The bundle includes a standard Xbox One console and a physical copy of Halo: The Master Chief Collection, and retails for NZ$599.
◆ A Lamborghini expansion pack is coming to Driveclub later this month. It adds the Veneno, Aventador LP 720-4 50° Anniversario, Huracán LP 610-4, and Gallardo LP 570-4 Squadra Corse to the game, along with a new tour and five new Trophies.
◆ A free update is adding a seven level arcade mode to PlayStation 4 rail shooter Blue Estate.
◆ Some dude solo’d Destiny’s Crota’s End without firing a shot:
◆ A wireless version of the Morpheus VR system is not on the cards, says SCE Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida.
◆ "Zero percent of people get motion sick" when using the Vive VR headset, says Valve boss Gabe Newell.
◆ The second episode of Tales From The Borderlands, subtitled Atlas Mugged, will release on March 17.
◆ Is this the greatest snipe in Halo history?
◆ Visceral Games has confimed that the PlayStation 4 edition of Battlefield Hardline will run at 900p, and the Xbox One version will run at 720p.
◆ Block N Load, the blocky shooter from Runescape maker Jagex, launches on Steam on April 31.
◆ Co-op ARPG Magicka 2 is coming to PC and PlayStation 4 on May 26, Paradox Interactive has announced.
◆ The second Total War: Attila DLC, The Longbeards Culture Pack is out now. It adds three playable factions (The Langobards, the Burgundians, and the Alamans) to the game, alongside a new feature called ‘The Lay of Ybor’.
◆ Here’s some gameplay footage of Wolfenstein: The Old Blood:
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◆ Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain will launch for PC on September 15, two weeks after it debuts on console.
◆ Razer has announced the Razer Chroma SDK beta which allows game developers to integrate the custom lighting systems found on Razer Chroma peripherals into their games. It’s free.
◆ Tropico 5 is coming to PlayStation 4 on April 24. It will run at 1080p/30fps and feature remote play compatibility with PlayStation Vita.
◆ The first proper consumer version of Samsung and Oculus’ Gear VR headset will release alongside the next line of Galaxy products from Samsung at the end of this year.
◆ Aussie developer Wicked Witch Software has released puzzle game Warhammer: Snotling Fling for iOS and Android. The game requires the player to carefully aim their Snotlings at enemies to eliminate them with a set number of shots.
◆ Microsoft will shipping a wireless PC adapter for the Xbox One controller later this year.
◆ Sony has sold more than 20.2 million PlayStation 4 units worldwide as of March 1.
◆ Nvidia has unveiled the Titan X, a GPU with a 12GB frame buffer and 8 billion transistors.
◆ Broken Age making-of doco Double Fine Adventure is getting a YouTube release, with two new episodes coming every week. It was previously only available to the game’s Kickstarter backers. Here's the first: