It's always a sad day when a game disappears; alas, that day has come for Marvel vs. Capcom Origins.

Capcom's 2012 fighter, which bundles Marvel Super Heroes and the original Marvel vs. Capcom, will be vanishing from the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live stores this month. The game is being removed from PSN rather soon, as December 23rd marks the game's removal. That means PlayStation owners have to pick it up tomorrow. Xbox Live loses the game on December 31st, so there's a few more days to get the money together if one needs to.

There has been no reason given for the removal; however, it's likely a recent license expiration is the cause of the loss. 

Tomasz Gop, executive producer at Deck 13 and the lead man behind Lords of the Fallen, recently announced via Facebook that conceptual work for Lords of the Fallen 2 is officially underway. At this point, no other details have been given by Gop.

Lords of the Fallen — a fantasy based RPG that punishes players with each and every death — was released on October 28th and received fairly positive reviews due to its likeness to From Software's Souls series. We'll keep you updated with any new information regarding Lords of the Fallen 2 when it becomes available.

Rockstar Games has been talking about a lot of things in their website's "Asked & Answered" feature recently. They've dropped heavy hints about a possible sequel to Red Dead Redemption in 2015, explained why the new Heists for GTA V are taking so long, and defended their decision to include microstransactions in GTA Online.

See what they have to say after the jump!

Developer From Software is pulling no punches when it comes to making us want their new Bloodborne game even more. Following up the beautiful trailer shown at the PlayStation Experience event, they've let out a slew of new screenshots from the game's "Chalice Dungeons" mode.

In-game, you take control of a hooded protagonist in the city of Yharnam, which is filled with dangerous mutated beasts and enemies. The game is being directed by Dark Souls director Hidetaka Mizayaki, so you can be sure it's going to be good.

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With Grand Theft Auto V recently being released on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, one of the greatest fears for players who haven't made the jump to next-gen would be that their PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of the game would no longer be supported. But fear not last-gen players, as your version of the game will not be left behind.

Recently Rockstar had a Q&A conducted via their Twitter and email, which they then published onto their blog. One of the most significant questions was if the last-gen version of Grand Theft Auto V will still be supported, and Rockstar assured them that they would be, within limits. Click the jump to find out what Rockstar had to say!

Have you ever talked about something you watched on Twitch to a parent only to be met by a blank stare? Well, you might not be the only one. Nintendo's UK division has carried out surveys to see which gaming terms parents don't know or understand, and it turns out that a lot of them have no idea what common terms mean.

The company is now bringing out a gaming terminology guide on the parenting website Netmums, with an aim towards teaching clueless parents about what their children are talking about.

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Xbox One players, rejoice! You're going to get the chance to play Turtle Rock Studios' shooter Evolve in an exclusive open beta test in January 2015.

The game, which releases properly for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC on February 10th, 2015, pits four human players against a fifth who takes control of one of several powerful monsters. This beta will also grant players access to an exclusive dynamic campaign mode called Evacuation.

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Up until now, you've had one of two choices when picking a monster in Turtle Rock Studios' futuristic co-operative shooter Evolve. You can either be the hulking Goliath, which uses brute force to batter its enemies to death up close, or the Kraken, a tentacled monstrosity capable of flight and ranged lightning attacks.

Now, a third monster is being introduced to the game: the Wraith. This insectile squid-like character is faster than its brethren, utilising hologram-like copies of itself to disorientate its foes while it snatches away hunters.

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Most people know about Kinect, since Microsoft initially hyped up its importance to the Xbox One gaming experience pretty high, but PlayStation 4 has a fancy camera add-on as well. So what all can this camera do, and is it worth the purchase? Sony has put together a new commercial showcasing its abilities, and you can check it out and decide for yourself by clicking below!

Owners of last gen consoles have been enjoying Grand Theft Auto V for over a year, and current gen owners were treated to an updated version of the game a month ago, but PC gamers are still waiting. Grand Theft Auto V is scheduled to hit PC on January 27, and thankfully it doesn't sound like there will be any further delay. During a Q & A, Rockstar stated that the PC version is in the "final stages" of development and confirmed that official system requirements should be revealed in the coming week. The wait is almost over!