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At A Glance: Roundup 24th February - 2nd March 2014

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Brendan Griffiths
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At A Glance: Roundup 24th February - 2nd March 2014

Microsoft have made a great move in the console war this week by slashing the price of the Xbox One and announcing a killer Titanfall bundle that should see them shift some serious numbers in the coming weeks. Elsewhere, we've seen two sides of development hell as Sony Santa Monica saw huge layoffs and their unannounced game cancelled after four years of work. In Spain, an irate Mercury Steam employee blasted his boss and ripped into his own game, the criminally underwhelming Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2. The devs of that new Duke Nukem' RPG are being sued too, but we're not bothered/surprised about that one to be honest.

A busy week in the reviews saw verdicts being dished out for Thief and Rayman Legends on the PS4, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 and The Last of Us: Left Behind on the PS3 and Strider and Dead Rising 3: Chaos Rising on the Xbox One. The handhelds have been plugged in all week too as Jon covered a bizarre selection of titles including, Danganronpa: Trigger Happy HavocSenran Kagura Burst and Sorcery Saga: Curse of the Great Curry God - I swear he's making some of these up.

Despite the packed reviews section, we have loads of features for you too. Videos include Carl's weekly Reload show, ThiefWildStarMurdered: Soul Suspect and GTA: Online. Articles include a preview of Murdered: Soul Suspect, a piece on choice in Thief, a look at licensed games, a comment piece on the Xbone price cut and a hard look at what's gone wrong with the Resident Evil series.

At A Glance: Roundup 24th February - 2nd March 2014

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At A Glance: Roundup 24th February - 2nd March 2014

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At A Glance: Roundup 24th February - 2nd March 2014

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