Today on Hard News, Amazon's got some great deals on video games, NCAA is suing EA over athletes, and Microsoft removes its EOU patch for necessary launch update.
Today on Hard News, PS4 and PS Vita 2000 bundle rumored, mysterious happenings with the ownership of the Crash Bandicoot franchise, and Telltale games may be making a Game of Thrones game.
Today on Hard News, Blizzard Game Designer, Dustin Browder, apologizes for sexist remark, Twitch cracking down on users streaming pornography, several new Persona titles coming to Japan, and an update on Crash Bandicoot.
Today on Hard News, some Xbox Ones have broken disc drives, Microsoft is banning profanity on Xbox Live, and Valve's new community rating system for Steam games.
Today on Hard News, the first Steam Machine revealed, Angry Birds Go featuring irritating paywalls, and a new Killzone patch will make way for more patches.
Today on Hard News, Ultra Street Fighter 4 character leaks, PSN Code Vouchers suspended due to European launch, and Ashes Cricket 2014 is so bad it was cancelled after it was already released.
Today on Hard News, GaiKai coming to North America, is Cranky Kong playable in the new Donkey Kong? And Ever, Jane was successfully funded.
Today on Hard News, IDXbox brings in 50 Indie developers, Destiny releases a lot of new details, and the actors of two great gaming sidekicks pass this week.
Today on Hard News, $140 for a car in Gran Turismo 6, Battlefield 4 servers experiencing major issues, and a new clause has been added to the contracts of professional League of Legends teams.
Today on Hard News, new 3DS update connects you to the MiiVerse, the NSA used games to spy on us, and the Xbox One backwards compatibility trick will break your console.
Today on Hard News, Nintendo selling refurbished Wii Remote bundle, Elder Scrolls Online gets a release date, and a glitch in GT6 gives you 20,000,000 credits.
Today on Hard News, the developer studio Terminal Reality may be closing, Fallout 4 evidence surfaces and the game may take place in Boston, and uproar over Comcept's Dina Abou Karam's wish that Beck were a girl.
Today on Hard News, Christopher McComas cites playing Madden as experience on his application for UND football coach, Al Lowe retires due to a preposterous sex scandal, and YouTube's Content ID algorithm flagging content creators.
Today on Hard News, Mighty No. 9 will premiere in the new Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z as DLC, Marvel vs Capcom 2 and 3 pulled from XBLA and PSN, and Phantasm Studios' Ghosts n' Goblins remake Kickstarter has been frozen by Capcom.
Today on Hard News, Hyrule Warriors coming to Wii U, Nintendo Direct highlights, and Microsoft's broken promises on DRM.
Today on Hard News, EA getting sued for Battlefield, PAX creating Diversity Lounge, and Target stores got hacked and customer data was stolen.