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The El33tonline Tuesday News Wrap for January 7th, 2014

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Catch up on today’s headlines with our latest news round-up below!

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News:

- Headline of the Day: Evolve announced for PS4, Xbox One and PC by Left 4 Dead developer, Turtle Rock (Read More)

- An El33t P33k at… Outrise, “multiplayer Shadow Of The Colossus meets Left 4 Dead” (Read More)

- The Fear is Real: Alien: Isolation announced with trailers, screens and story details (Read More)

- PlayStation Now streaming service to deliver older PlayStation games to your PS4 and PS3 in 2014 (Read More)

- PlayStation 4 sold over 4.2 million units in 2013 (Read More)

- Far Cry: The Wild Expedition is out next month, but what is it? (Read More)

- Killzone: Mercenary developer hiring for “major future project” (Read More)

- Xbox Games Store sale discounts Far Cry 3, Spec Ops: The Line and more (Read More)

- Alien: Isolation product page appears on Xbox.com with story details, screens (Read More)

- Batman and friends descend on LittleBigPlanet with new DC Comics costume pack (Read More)

- Microsoft confirms next Halo for 2014. Again. (Read More)

- Report: China’s ban on the sale of game consoles has temporarily been lifted (Read More)

- H33rsay: The Division has been delayed into 2015 (Read More)

- H33rsay: The next Pokemon games are called ‘Plus’ and ‘Minus,’ systems to be overhauled (Read More)


Trailers and Screenshots:

- Trailer: New Daylight trailer showcases procedurally generated scares (Read More)

- Trailer: Last instalment of Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII video series explores new gameplay mechanics (Read More)

- Screenshots: Grassy plains beckon in new Tales of Zestiria screens (Read More)


Our Sources Tell Us…

- Nintendo to pay royalty to 3D patent holder for every 3DS unit sold (Joystiq)

- Valve releases first hardware specs, prices for third-party Steam Machines (Polygon)

- Sony Online Entertainment considering single subscription model over all games for $14.99 (VG247)

- American McGee’s Grimm now available on Steam (Steam)

- 2K Sports pulls MLB 2K games offline, not renewing series for 2014 (Polygon)


Which headlines caught your eye today?


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