Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 will be at number one for Christmas, with sales of the game still strong.
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Tomb Raider creators Square Enix has released the first in a series of Survival Guides for the upcoming title.
A quiet week in the chart sees Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 stay in top spot as Christmas draws closer.
Tales from wars are often told by those who went and returned victorious; this isn't too different from Call of Duty multiplayer mode.
DmC: Devil May Cry - Capcom's hack, slash and beat-em-up classic - will make its way on to PC near the end of January.
The wait for GTA: Vice City on Android is over, meaning mobile and tablet users everywhere can now celebrate the tenth birthday of Rockstar's 80's inspired classic, drive mock-Ferrari and even do some dodgy deals on the move.
Making a game that offers everything is seemingly impossible in a world where our demand for perfection is so high, but some developers have really hit the nail on the head.
Tomb Raider fans eagerly awaiting the return of 90's icon Lara Croft have been given another teaser, in the form of the game's latest trailer - Survivor.
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Avalanche have teamed up with SEGA to produce a digital release.
ZombiU has been pipped as one of the Wii U's flagship games as it encompasses the upgraded power of the console from its predecessor, it's GamePad compatible and you won't find it anywhere else.
The last flurry of releases before Christmas is more of whimper than a bang - Mass Effect Trilogy is the only notable release.