Another week, another batch of news including info about two new DLC’s for some major games: The Last of Us and Bioshock Infinite.

Stealth Inc Sneaks Its Way Onto PS4

Curve studios have announced that they are porting their popular game “Stealth Inc” to the playstation 4.  The port will be called “Stealth Inc:  Ultimate Edition” and will contain the main game “Stealth Inc: A Clone in the Dark” as well as its two DLC’s, “The Teleporter Chambers” and “The Lost Clones”.

The game is set to release is set to release early March.

Going Back to Rapture on March 25th

March 25th sees the release of Burial At Sea: Episode 2, the 3rd DLC released for Bioshock Infinite after Clash of Clouds and the first episode of Burial At Sea. This episode sees the player control Elizabeth, and continues on the story from the first episode.

This episode is part of the season pass which costs €20, or can be bought by itself for €15.

Sonic Creates a Boom With New Game/TV Series Announced

A new Sonic the Hedgehog game was recently announced by Sega named “Sonic Boom”. The game will release for Wii U and 3DS, with company BigRedButton working on the Wii U version and Sanzaru working on the 3DS version. Many Sonic the Hedgehog fans have been up in arms about the redesign of some characters, including a character called Knuckles who is now a lot bigger and beefier than previous iterations. Also announced by Sega is a new Sonic Boom cartoon series that will air on cartoon network and feature the same characters from the game.

No release date has been announced yet, other than a 2014/2015 time frame for the cartoon series. A trailer for the game can be found here.

Don’t Get Left Behind With the New Last Of Us DLC

A new DLC for The Last of Us was released yesterday entitled “Left Behind”. The DLC will act as a prequel to the main game, letting the player control Ellie from the main campaign as she explores several different locations with new character Riley. Naughty Dog have said that this will be the only single-player DLC that they plan to release for the Last of Us.

The DLC is available to buy right now on the Playstation store for €14.99. The Launch trailer can be found right here.

South Park: Stick of Truth Finally Goes Gold

Ubisoft, along with South Park Digital Studios and Obsidian Entertainment have announced that South Park: The Stick of Truth has gone gold. This is great news as the game originally had a shaky release schedule after its original publisher THQ being shut down.

The game will officially ship to retailers in the UK March 7th.

In the next few days, we will be posting a roundup of everything announced in the latest Nintendo Direct, stick with us for that, and more upcoming content, with a few reviews in the pipeline!