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A charming puzzle platformer and level building series, LittleBigPlanet is still going strong as it heads into the third game in the franchise. LittleBigPlanet 3 sees Sackboy joined by the dog-like Oddsock, a bird-like character called Swoop, and the size-changing Big Toggle/Little Toggle.

We've got some demo footage of the game in action, with three players using four controllers to move the quartet of characters through the level.

See the video after the jump!

There has been quite a bit of speculation over the possible requirements for Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed Unity. According to some, the game will be extremely resource-intensive.

Now, we have confirmation. The specifications are indeed high, meaning that some systems may not be able to handle the game unless it is played on very low settings.

Read more after the jump!

Project CARS, a crowd-funded game from developer Slightly Mad Studios, was initially slated to launch later this year, but has since been pushed back. First it was announced that the Wii U version was delayed until 2015, and then the other versions followed suit. A new trailer for the game has been released, and it ends with a March 20 release date for all platforms except the Wii U version, which will launch later. You can check out the trailer by clicking below!

Assassin's Creed Unity will transport players to a vast, seamless, and open world set in war-torn Paris when it launches on November 11, and a new and inspiring trailer has been released. One person alone may be a drop, but together they are a rushing river, and that river becomes an unstoppable revolution! As a bonus, there's also a quick look at how interactive the Ubisoft-designed Paris will be, and you can check it all out by clicking below! 

Resident Evil revolutionized gaming back in the '90s with its classic survival-horror gameplay. The original game was remade years later with updated graphics, and soon it will be reborn again in HD for the first time ever. Resident Evil HD Remaster launches early next year, but you can check out the first ten minutes right now by clicking below!

When PlayStation 4 was first unveiled, Sony teased that an upcoming feature would allow you to watch live gameplay footage from people on your friends list and join them in playing or take control of their game (with their consent, of course) even if you don't own the game yourself! This feature was finally re-introduced as Share Play at Gamescom. If you're still foggy on how it works exactly, Sony has put together a video explaining everything, and you can check it out by clicking below!

Over the past few years, video game livestreaming has grown immensely from a niche hobby to a full-blown profession. With sites like Twitch bringing in millions upon millions of visitors, it's no surprise that companies like Sony and Microsoft are integrating their services into the console itself. However, this has raised many questions about the validity of linear, predictable games in a world where you can experience them from any device for free via streaming and "Let's Plays".

Far Cry 4 creative director Alex Hutchinson has weighed in on the issue, and you can find what he has to say after the jump!

Shin'en Multimedia has worked exclusively with Nintendo since their inception in 1999, but for the first time ever they're venturing into new territory. Nano Assault Neo was a successful eShop title on Wii U, and now it's being remade with improved graphics (including a resolution of 1080p) for PlayStation 4. You can check out the first trailer for the new and improved Nano Assault Neo-X by clicking below!

Earlier this month, we reported that Sony was holding a PlayStation event in Las Vegas this December. Dubbed the PlayStation Experience, the convention promises to feature "over 400,000 square feet of PlayStation games, panels, contests, signings, giveaways, collectible memorabilia, and much more." Sony recently announced that tickets to this massive, two-day event will go on sale starting tomorrow, October 24, here. Also, when it comes time for the convention, you'll want to get there early as the opening keynote address is only for the first 5,500 attendees! Until that time, Sony has provided a trailer for the gathering which you can find inside!

With the new generation of gaming consoles, a graphical standard for framerate and resolution has yet to be set. While some developers ardently vouch for fluidity over anything else, many maintain that graphical fidelity reigns supreme. With Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, Naughty Dog has planted its foot firmly with the third option — why not have both at once?

Even though it has jaw-dropping visuals as showcased in this real-time trailer, A Thief's End is still going to play in 60 FPS at 1080p when it releases next year. Not only that, but Naughty Dog went on to say that (as showcased by The Last Of Us Remastered) they are aiming for this to be the standard in all of their PlayStation 4 releases.