EA has earmarked another 18 online multiplayer servers to be shut down this year.
EA has announced that the Need for Speed series has sold more than 100 million units since its launch in 1994.
Scratchy Marvel superhero Wolverine is the growl of the town this week; the film launched on Wednesday and the game arrives tomorrow. There's a demo here to try out, and our review is poised, ready to strike. Hint: brutal but banal.
The other eye-catcher is the Steel & Titanium map pack for Killzone 2, adding an extra pair of multiplayer maps. The Cops and Robbers mode - does what it says on the tin - for Burnout Paradise might be worth a look, too. Expensive, though.
The rest is fairly run-of-the-mill. Incidentally, the Brain Challenge Bundle is a brain-teaser game plus add-on packs.
Call of Duty: World at War has clung onto the UK all-formats top spot this week despite a chart stuffed with newcomers.
Nintendo has made official noises about releasing Wii Music in Europe on 14th November.
This is the game Shigeru Miyamoto was playing on stage at E3, should you ever forget. Our hands-on impressions of Wii Music can fill you in on the rest.
EA has also locked down a release date for the Wii versions of 21st November for Skate It and Need For Speed: Undercover. We've not heard about the other versions of these, but they're unlikely to be too far from that.
Logitech has decided to make a force feedback racing wheel for Wii to work with Need for Speed Undercover.
Actress Maggie Q, star of Need for Speed Undercover, reckons videogames have work to do before Hollywood accepts them as a viable acting vehicle.
The next instalment in the Need for Speed series will be out in Europe on 21st November.