GamePron News this week sees Call of Duty Elite buckling under the strain that comes with one of the biggest launches of 2011, while Battlefield 3 cops a hiding from a major activist group and we hear hints of Battlefield 4.
At the same time, we can expect a bunch of new sequels next year – including a new Assassin’s Creed, but XCOM has officially missed its release window and now may now appear until 2013. Kid-friendly MMO LEGO Universe won’t see past 2012, publishers scheduling its closure for January.
Rayman Origins gets a difficult demo, Total Recall gets a video game adaptation, and a favourite family looks set to return to our lounge rooms.
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