Here's you weekly roundup of the ten hottest gaming news stories at Dealspwn, along with links to all our features and reviews. An obvious highlight in the new being Titanfall 2 being confirmed and it's going multi-platform. Arguably bigger news though is Uncharted 4 being delayed until spring 2016. So much sad.
The Uncharted delay gets some coverage in our Features too as I dry my tears and examine the implications for Sony and the PS4 this Christmas. I also give some thought to developers concentrating on making games for our new consoles in 'It's time developers finally left last-gen behind.' Jon has your back with some important facts about GTA: Heists, which will be useful if the game is working online by the time you read this (why can't anything have a smooth launch?). Speaking of poor launches, remember how rubbish the last SimCity was? Fear not, there's a new city building sim in town. The rather excellent Cities: Skylines has just launched and Carl has a tips guide for you.
Cities: Skylines is one of the highest scoring games in our reviews section too. DmC: Definitive Edition and Zombie Army Trilogy do pretty damn well too. Shelter 2? Not so much. But it is pretty.
- Love special editions? Gamer's Edition retroactively making new collector's versions of cult games
- Xbox One March Update is out now: so what's new?
- Try Dragon Age Inquisition for free on Xbox One this week
- State Of Decay had a penis problem
- Sony to close PlayStation Mobile for Vita & Android
- Cancel Christmas: Uncharted 4 delayed into 2016
- It's official: we're paying more for our games while movies & music get cheaper
- BBC to shoot Grand Theft Auto drama to get kids into coding
- Titanfall 2 confirmed: "it'll be multiplatform"
- BAFTA Award Winners announced: Destiny wins Best Game
- Eight things you need to know about GTA Online Heists - hit the ground running tomorrow
- It's time developers finally left 'last-gen' behind
- Cities: Skylines Top Tips - Your guide to a dream city
- Uncharted 4 delay paints a tough Christmas for PS4 this year