And King of Fighters '98.
But it's keeping its "plausible solution" secret - for now.
UPDATE: Week-long deals revealed - BioShock for £4.50!
UPDATE: BBC tells Eurogamer: "Very occasionally mistakes do happen."
New game reveal at August PAX blow-out?
Microsoft has a change of heart.
Migrating community to lose online stats.
"Steve said yes."
But SFIV limited to US and Asia.
Pick them up for 20 quid a pop.
Microsoft details Xbox Live destination.
Plus: Master Chief set to return.
He is "blown away" by script, says report.
Robot not sure if accident can be fixed.
Um, they should probably give him a ring.
Blomkamp not interested in film, either.
Waypoint to offer exclusive videos etc.
They'll be released early next year.
Four-map Historic Battles pack soon.
Title Update 3 "in a few weeks".
Adds three modes, costs seven quid.
DLC expands modes, Achievements.
Title update to tighten the bolts.
Becomes best-selling console RTS.
Multiplayer patents allegedly infringed.
Sony's first number one since GOWII.
Robot lumbers out of Ensemble ashes.
Plus: try out Halo Wars right now.
Two studios to rise from ashes.
Forge-loving Sandbox vehicle playground.
MGS "very excited" about series potential.
But MGS still coy on Peter Jackson project.
Tutorials, campaign and skirmish maps.
Series has sold 25 million copies.
Europe gets it days ahead of US.
Near and far 360 games to be shown.
Costs a fair bit, out Monday.
Was a prequel, and a "classic MMO".
Limited Collector's Edition unveiled.
Controversy kicks off over what it means.
Halo Wars dev thought it was "immune".
That should cheer up the Ensemble chaps.
Once Halo Wars is released in early 2009.
Creative director wanted.
It's a "cool, faithful adaptation".
It's all about picking up pencils.
Microsoft's Don Mattrick says so.
Out first half of 2009, says Microsoft.
Plus Halo Wars finally on show.
Plus: six-player online battles.
And says Alan Wake and Halo Wars are fine.
Will be lending a little hand.
Plus: Banjo 3 for Xmas?
At this time, etc.
It's more than grunts in space.
Fox, Universal unhappy.
Genre's 'perfectly suited'.