Making good on his clever T800 impression, superstar skateboarder Tony Hawk is set to return to the world of video games later this year with Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 5 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4. As per the name it will be a throwback to the classic skating hootenanny (skater slang for "fun times") of the original Tony Hawk games. And not the peripheral heavy, critically panned, later games in the series.
In a recent EA earnings report, and amongst all the sports games with the strange numerical value of '16', comes some solid release information for the hotly anticipated Mirror's Edge sequel. Although listed as Q4, Ausgamers financial expert Dr. Cashius Momoney has let us know that Q4 refers to a time somewhere within the first three months of 2016.
And it's free for all platforms starting tomorrow. Like a bird in the sky, or a piece of gaming content for an existing game you own without any additional associated cost. Anyway, what exactly is this new content? Well it's called Dragonslayer, so that should give you a clue -- multiplayer dragon hunting!