What a week for the gaming world, eh? We've seen Nintendo tease the possible use of shape-shifting LCDs, Rockstar continuing the tease with a glimpse/rumor of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas 2, as well as a better look at the upcoming 'online heists' mode coming to GTA V.
Sony's UK boss has come out saying he was "embarrassed" over the launch of Driveclub for the PS4, while Metro Redux hit SteamOS and Linux. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare was the best-selling game in the US, but it still lagged behind the sales of Call of Duty: Ghosts.
Ubisoft pushed back a patch for Assassin's Creed: Unity, but it didn't matter as the 6.7GB patch turned out to be a huge 40GB patch for Xbox One users. 343 Industries also said during the week that it expects Halo to be around for another 30 years, which is a big surprise.