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!

Oh boy, nothing like sweet, sweet controversy to make your day! It seems as though the creators of the indie Doom-like, Rogue-like, procedurally generated, FPS that is Paranautcial Activity have had their game taken off of the Steam store. The reason for doing so was due to Mike Maulbeck sent a tweet saying that he would kill Gabe Newell. You know? CEO of Valve, owner and creator of the Steam service? It's a trip from start to finish, a trip that you can be part of after the jump!

Activision has raised the stakes for its upcoming flagship title Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. The company has released a 4-minute trailer titled “A New Era of Multiplayer”. The trailer consists of gameplay footage showing off the new movement system, weapons and more, mixed together with commentary from various community members talking about their experience with Advanced Warfare.

Don’t forget to watch the trailer past the jump!

Assassin's Creed Rogue is a new installment of the franchise that will take place during the Seven Years' War. It follows the path of Patrick Cormac, an Assassin-turned-Templar, as he sets out to wreak havoc on his former brothers. Recently, some new footage has surfaced that showcases some information about the open world side missions. It goes over some very useful details and is worth the watch for those of you looking to buy the game.

Head inside to watch the video!

The recently-released indie horror game Five Nights At Freddy's was a massive success, so it is no surprise that a sequel is in the works. However, many are shocked by how quickly it is arriving. Even though the information trickle and teaser images started less than a month ago, we already have a trailer. It showcases some of the new features, and the expected stock music.

Hit the jump to see it for yourself!

On October 16th, 2012 master Minecraft architect Duncan Parcells, better known as Colonial Puppet, started work on a monumental project. The fittingly named Titan City has been going for the last two years, passing its anniversary last Thursday.

According to Parcells, the build was "inspired by New York", but is not a replica. It includes 96 buildings thus far, with many different architectural styles and a high level of detail on each one. Altogether, it consists of nearly 4.5 million blocks, but its creator still feels it is "far from being finished".

See the video after the jump!

Final Fantasy XIII came to PC in early October. Since then, a previously unknown area has been discovered that was cut from the actual release. This area, titled "The Seventh Ark", is featured in a video by YouTube user SkacikPL. It's interesting to see how far development on this area came, as there are cutscenes in place and even a battle! My favorite part is after the battle when the enemy is getting ready to disappear. There's a significant build up to it, then it vanishes in the blink of an eye! Check out the video inside!

With the official release of Grand Theft Auto V coming out on next-gen consoles and PC next year, many people can't wait to get their hands on it. This has led to some reports of an official, pre-release beta. Rockstar has heard these reports and has since stated that there will be no beta for Grand Theft Auto V. They further warn that any claim of a beta is most likely a scam. Do not fall for any claims otherwise!

We're back with another weekly installment of Gamnesia's Game Clash! Every Monday we pit two video games against each other, and the winner is decided by your votes! Rayman Origins, as the name suggests, returned the series to its origins with classic 2D platforming. Sonic Generations blended 2D and 3D action together catering to both classic and modern Sonic fans. Which of these 2011 series refreshes do you like more? Hit the jump to cast your vote and join the debate!

Pre-alpha build footage of the cancelled Star Wars Battlefront III has surfaced on the internet, revealing what is reported to be an Xbox 360 version of the game from 2007.

YouTube user BananaSwag has posted two 15 minute videos online, showing Star Wars fans an early build of the title. The company developing it at the time was Free Radical, who went bust and were bought out in 2008 to become Crytek UK. Footage from the videos show exactly what the younger version of myself would have wanted: a Battlefront game in HD with a (then) next-gen revamp. Check the videos and read more inside!