As expected, the latest Steam sale is now live.
Dubbed the "Exploration" sale, it ties into a recent “discovery” update on the storefront.
Users can click here to see whether the games they have previously expressed interest in are on sale, and also peruse sale recommendations.
On the storefront’s home page, there are special deals on The Evil Within, Watch Dogs, Civilization: Beyond Earth, and others.
A total of 1,860 games are currently on sale.
EA is holding a Black Friday sale on its Origin digital storefront with discounts of up to 75 percent on select PC titles and add-ons.
EA titles, franchises, and DLC on sale include Battlefield, Command & Conquer, Crysis, Dead Space, Dragon Age, FIFA, Mass Effect, Medal of Honor, Need for Speed, Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare, The Sims, SimCity and Titanfall.
Titles, franchises, and DLC from third-party publishers include Watch Dogs, Assassin's Creed and Far Cry.
Sony plans to make cuts to its flagging TV and mobile divisions and to invest more in its flourishing PlayStation and picture sensor divisions.
The Japanese electronics giant will make the shift over the next three years.
The change should see TV and smartphone sales slide as much as 30 percent, however, the divisions should then become profitable, said the company.
Super Smash Bros for Wii U has sold nearly half a million copies in just three days.
According to Nintendo, Super Smash Bros sold 490,000 copies in the US over the three day period with the biggest shopping day of the year, Black Friday, still to come later this week.
“The Nintendo holiday is off to a great start, but there’s a lot of work left to do and a few more surprises in store for our fans," said Nintendo of America marketing and sales boss Scott Moffitt. "With great deals coming on Black Friday and Cyber Monday and great content like Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker launching next week, Nintendo will offer shoppers the best combination of fun and value this holiday season."
The Warehouse and Noel Leeming will no longer stock R18 games and movies.
The change comes as The Warehouse Group looks to align its product range with its family-friendly brand values, reports The New Zealand Herald.
Warehouse chief executive Mark Powell says that the business' succcess had been established on a foundation of "putting our people and communities at the core of what we do."
After announcing its imminent closure, the studio that created BioShock and BioShock Infinite appears to be hiring again.
In February, studio head Ken Levine announced that Irrational Games was "winding down" after the release of BioShock Infinite, and that he'd relinquished the studio's intellectual property to publisher 2K Games.
However, new listings on the Irrational website state that the studio is looking for an IT manager and a senior programmer.
“Grand Theft Auto V for new-gen consoles is by far the most rigorous and sweeping cross-generational update we’ve seen – and at this point in the lifecycles of the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, we're unlikely to see such a move again.”
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