UK shop Game has restarted its Play Now/Trade Later deal.
Dark detective drama L.A. Noire has extended its reign on top of the charts, spending a third week at number one.
Swords and shields adventure Hunted: The Demon's Forge hopes to capture your imagination this week. By virtue of it being the only major release, will it capture the contents of your wallet too?
Hunted: The Demon's Forge will let you make and share levels with friends via an unannounced (but leaked nonetheless on some very naughty shop websites) Crucible feature, developer inXile has told Eurogamer.
Last week Bethesda challenged the sexual active population of the world to conceive now so that a baby can be born on "Skyrim Day" - 11th November 2011 (TES V: Skyrim's release date).
Bethesda has dated three massive games: Brink, Hunted and Rage.
Brink, Splash Damage's gorgeous blend of single- and multiplayer, will be released in Europe on 20th May and in the US on 17th May.
Tom Bramwell last looked at Brink for Eurogamer: "Splash Damage has made popular games before - Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory is in the top three most-played online PC shooters to this day, Wedgwood claims - but Brink looks well on course to be its best yet."
Bethesda has announced plans to publish Hunted: The Demon's Forge for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360, developed by Brian Fargo's inXile Entertainment.