Three more Xbox 360 games are now playable for free on Xbox One, via the console's backwards compatibility service.
UPDATE: An official Steam listing has now popped up. You can pick up the lot for your local equivalent of $20.98 - that's a 70 per cent saving.
Gamers with second-hand copies of the PlayStation 3 version of Fear 3 now have the ability to access all the game's multiplayer modes.
This week's EU PSN Store update adds Fear 3's multiplayer unlock code, priced £3.19.
Fresh versions of the game come with the code included. Those with used copies must pay to play online options 'F**king Run!' and 'Soul Survivor'.
Don't let its twin-stick control scheme or whimsical steampunk charm fool you. Gatling Gears, the latest from Greed Corp developer Vanguard Games, fancies itself as a manic, eye-watering, bullet-hell 'shmup'.
Sure, it's slightly more restrained and approachable than anything you'd find in an average Japanese arcade hall, but the meandering rockets, distinctive bullet patterns and screen-flooding ordnance all tread familiar ground.
Elsewhere, the game borrows its ideas from the litany of top-down, twin-stick blasters that have cropped up since Geometry Wars exploded into a glitzy neon hit. You've got schizophrenic analogue sticks, a butt-saving smart bomb that wipes the screen of foes and a handful of different weapons to choose from.
Beware of the cog.
EA's forthcoming twin-stick shooter Gatling Gears launches on Xbox Live Arcade on 11th May, with a PlayStation Network release following on 18th May.
Guerrilla Games founder Martin de Ronde has told Eurogamer that his original vision for charity OneBigGame was to do a compilation game, where famous developers pitched in on a single product, but that it was ultimately impractical for a number of reasons.
EA has announced four new downloadable titles for PC, PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade, and they come from promising places.
These three arrive in spring 2011: Gatling Gears, Wildlife: Forest Survival and The Fancy Pants Adventure. This one arrives next summer: Warp.
Twin-stick shooter Gatling Gears will be made by Martin de Ronde's new Vanguard Games studio. He co-founded Guerrilla Games and his new team recently made Greed Corps, an 8/10 strategy game. Gatling Gears is set in the same environmentally conscious world where hexagonal pieces of land fall away when they're drained of resource. The blurb on the game is short, but it seems as though GG will take a more action-orientated approach to the world.