The Forza Horizon 2 Presents Fast & Furious expansion will be available for the Xbox One and Xbox 360 for free until April 10th, 2015. This is to celebrate the theatrical release of Fast & Furious 7.

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According to Gearbox CEO Randy Pitchford, sales of Borderlands 2 have passed 12 million. Pitchford guest-starred on a recent podcast with Microsoft's Larry Hryb, aka Marjor Nelson, and revealed this figure, which he said was brought up during a recent earnings call. The popular game, which was recently re-released as part of the Handsome Jack Collection, is the most successful game in the history of publisher 2K Games. Gearbox will be looking to top it when they release the next Borderlands game on current gen consoles.

After rumors of Hideo Kojima leaving Konami hit the news last week, people became concerned over the development of Silent Hills and Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. Many fans of Kojima's work were irritated to find out that Konami removed his name from the marketing of Metal Gear Solid V. A recent trailer promoting the game's limited edition watch reveals "A Hideo Kojima Game" is back above the Metal Gear Solid V logo. It is very possible that this trailer was produced before the falling out between Kojima and Konami, but considering Konami removed his name from other sources yet left his name here could imply that there has been some sort of agreement between the two parties.

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After days of speculation, it has finally been revealed that Liu Kang will be playable in the upcoming Mortal Kombat X. The trailer reveals Liu Kang and Kung Lao being controlled by Shinnok, attacking the Earth's warriors. For those who don't remember, Kung Lao's and Liu Kang's souls fell into the Netherrealm at the end of 2011's Mortal Kombat. The trailer, which is currently exclusive to a Russian news outlet, also shows a brief appearance by Bo' Rai Cho at the beginning of the clip.

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The weekly software and hardware sales for Japan are in, and it's all good news for Sony. PlayStation 4, which initially had very disappointing sales in Japan, continues its streak at number one this week and in impressive fashion. Sales of Sony's latest console jumped from 33,826 to 46,395 thanks to new releases like Final Fantasy Type-0 HD, Battlefield Hardline, and Resident Evil: Revelations 2. Thus far most games available on both PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 sell better on the last gen console in Japan, but Hardline actually performed better on the newer console, which is a good sign for Sony. You can check out the full sales breakdown after the jump!

Ever since Harmonix announced that they'd be reviving Rock Band earlier this month, there's been a lot of speculation over whether or not Guitar Hero would also be making a comeback. It looks like we're finally getting an answer. That is, if European website Gamereactor is to be believed.

According to the website, Activision has sent out invitations to the website for an event on April 1st called "Hamburg Rock City", where they encouraged the journalists to "rock the shack with us!" Head inside for more.

Rise of the Tomb Raider will be released this holiday season, and new information regarding the game has been slowly coming out. Crystal Dynamic's recent podcast revealed some brand new information regarding Rise of the Tomb Raider, including concerns over continuity and the scope of the game. Tomb Raider's creative director, Noah Hughes, stated that the game can be played on its own without knowing what happened in the previous Tomb Raider.

"We always set out to make a stand alone story so that if you haven’t played the previous game, you can come in and enjoy the current game a great deal. But we also strive to pay off on fans who follow Lara’s adventures from one to the next. So we strive for continuity and we strive to create a story that people [would] get even more out of if they played the previous one. So the answer [to the question "Does Rise of the Tomb Raider tie directly to what happened on Yamatai?"] is a little bit yes and no on this – which is, absolutely, it’s a stand alone story but I encourage everyone to play the series and experience Lara’s origin as well as her rise to becoming a Tomb Raider as a holistic story as well." — Noah Hughes

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The first Borderlands experience on current gen consoles has launched in North America! Borderlands 2 and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel! are both included in the remastered bundle dubbed Borderlands: The Handsome Collection on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The Handsome Collection includes all DLC from the two games, as well as enhanced graphics, local multiplayer, and the ability to transfer your save data over from the last gen versions. You can check out the launch trailer by clicking below!

Rare has been hard at work on "an eye-opening AAA adventure" for Xbox One, with some rumors even suggesting it's the return of Banjo-Kazooie. Meanwhile, some ex-Rare employees from the Nintendo 64 era have reunited to create a spiritual successor to Banjo-Kazooie called Project Ukulele.

Some of the staff at Playtonic recently sat down with The Guardian and talked about Rare's secret project. Although they couldn't give specifics, they had a lot of praise for the game. Additionally, they told The Guardian "We may even collaborate." If Rare's secret game really is Banjo-Kazooie, it will be quite a treat to have the original team helping out! Hopefully all will be revealed at E3 in June.

LEGO The Hobbit released last year and followed the story from the first two Hobbit films. Warner Bros. originally planned on releasing downloadable content to cover the final film, but it has since cancelled those plans. "There are no plans to develop DLC based on the final film of the trilogy," the publisher confirmed in a statement to GameSpot. The game's story will now remain unfinished as it ends on a cliffhanger, but Warner Bros. believes that "The game provides an excellent set-up for the concluding chapter of Peter Jackson’s film."

With the advent of not only Rock Band 4, but also the impending announcement of a new game in the Guitar Hero series, gamers might be feeling the need to dust off their old plastic guitars and get back into the groove.

While you're having fun and rocking out like it's 2008, you're probably accustomed to a certain difficulty. Be it Easy mode or Expert, everybody has their own skill level, and one of the finest parts of your rhythm experience is the challenge.

So what difficulty do you play on? Are you an easy rocker, or can you 100% any song you can get your hands on? Head inside to let us know!

Even more characters are coming to the Mortal Kombat X roster, as revealed in the announcement of the Kombat DLC Pack for the upcoming fighter. Jason Vorhees was previously announced as a new fighter for the game, and he will be available in The Ultimate Horror Pack. This pack will also include Horror skins for three characters: Vampiress Mileena, Kraken Reptile, and Pharaoh Ermac. Classic Kombatants Tremor and Tanya will also be playable once again, with Tanya being available in Klassic Pack #1 and Tremor in Klassic Pack #2. Predator from the movie Predator will also be appearing as a playable fighter, and will be in the Predator/Prey Pack. Some Predator-themed skins will also be included with Commando Johnny, Infrared Scorpion, and a Carl Weathers costume for Jax all being included.

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Recent claims from IGN Italy suggest that Warner Bros. first two installments in its Batman: Arkham series, Arkham Asylum and Arkham City, will see rereleases on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. If this rumor ends up being true, there is a possibility that both games will be released together in a duo pack by Christmas of this year.

At this time, Warner Bros. has yet to confirm or deny the validity of this rumor. As it stands, the publisher is currently working on delivering the (supposedly) final entry in the Arkham series — Arkham Knight — which recently got pushed back from its June 2nd release date to June 23rd.

The long wait for Arkham Knight just got a little longer. The fourth and final (or so the plan goes) entry in the popular Batman series was originally slated to launch in 2014, but it was delayed until this year and later penned in for a June 2 release. That date has been pushed back again, and we can now expect the Dark Knight to return on June 23. The game was delayed because Rocksteady is "a developer that hates to make any compromises" and needed more time to avoid that. While you wait, you can check out a new trailer by clicking below!

Telltale Games is known for creating games that mainly focus on storytelling with a "choose your own story" kind of approach. Last year, the studio concluded The Walking Dead: Season Two, and many people are hungry for more. At last week's SXSW Festival, Telltale's director of PR, Job J. Stauffer, spoke at a panel and gave The Walking Dead fans a vague, but promising, bit of information.

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