The much-loved Sonic Generations title for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 consoles was originally going to be released on the Nintendo Wii, PlayStation Portable, and Nintendo DS, according to an interview conducted at Gamefest 2010. However, it was later announced in 2011 that the former three platforms were not going to receive the game, instead being replaced by the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

Sonic Generations underwent several other design changes during its development, including the cancellation of dialogue for Classic Sonic and a similarly scrapped idea for having a third Sonic character represent the Dreamcast era of the series.

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For all of you PlayStation users out there, the 10% cart discount that Sony is offering as compensation for the network outages suffered this past Christmas is now live, and will remain available until tomorrow, 1/26 at 9:00 AM. This discount applies to an entire cart purchase, but excludes pre-orders, PlayStation Plus subscriptions, Music Unlimited, PS Now, and Rentals. "Transactions made on PlayStation Store via the PS Vita, PlayStation TV or PSP content" are an exception. Sony says that you can still use the vouchers for PS Vita and PSP content, but you'll have to go through the webstore

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Following delays for physical copies of Dying Light outside of North America, developer Techland announced that the game's multiplayer "Be the Zombie" mode will now be available to all players for free across all platforms. The PvP mode allows you to invade others' games as the Night Hunter, with your goal being to convert human players to Hunters. It had initially been planned as a pre-order exclusive.

Dying Light will release for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on January 27. Physical copies of the game will not release in Europe, Asia, Australia, or the Middle East until February 27.

The beginning of February is going to be exciting for those of you waiting for Telltale's Game of Thrones Episode 2. Those of you playing on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Mac, and PC will be able to download it on the 3rd; Xbox One and Xbox 360 on the 4th; and Android and iOS the 5th. There's also a new trailer that's been released for the upcoming episode. Come check it out after the jump!

It looks like karma has run its course for hackers of Lizard Squad, who recently claimed responsibility for the attacks that took down both PSN and Xbox Live on Christmas. Following the arrest of an assumed member, the collective itself has now become the target of hacking from an unknown source.

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After the PlayStation Network outage this past Christmas at the supposed hands of Lizard Squad, Sony was quick to try and offer some form of compensation to those affected, in the form of a 10% off coupon (which applies to an entire cart purchase in the PlayStation Store) and a five-day extension to their PlayStation Plus subscription, should they have one.

If you're a PlayStation gamer who was affected by the outage, we have some good news: Sony is finally about to deliver on their promise, having made an announcement on PlayStation Blog as to when and how you'll be able to redeem those offerings.

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We had a lot of cool games last year vying for the top spots in the sales lists. Perhaps one of the most interesting results was the PlayStation Store's top ten best-selling games, which featured titles of all genres.

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A new trailer has been released for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, showing the Exo Zombies mode coming to the game next week. The mode will release as part of the Havoc DLC, coming to Xbox One and Xbox 360 on January 27th and later to PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PC. The trailer features an all star cast including Rose McGowan, Jon Bernthal, Bill Paxton, and John Malkovich, each of them playing a different role at Atlus when the outbreak occurs. The DLC will also include a new gun with two variants, and the four multiplayer maps: Core, Urban, Sideshow, and Drift.

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Today, Bethesda has announced that its entry into the MMORPG world, The Elder Scrolls Online, will drop its subscription fee on March 17th, 2015 and arrive on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on June 9th, 2015. The game will then be known as The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited and will include all past updates, including the upcoming Justice and Champion systems.

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Dying Light — Techland's upcoming zombie survival horror game — is currently slated to release on January 27th in North America. Unfortunately, it seems as though physical copies of the game may end up taking a bit longer to reach other regions, according to a post on Dying Light's official Facebook page. The post notes that delays in distribution will affect Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and Australia. Make the jump to view the full statement.