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To coincide with the launch of the new Playstation 4 games console in the United States, Naughty Dog has announced a new instalment of the Uncharted series exclusively for the PS4.
Writing on the PlayStation blog, Naughty Dog's Arne Meyer said:
"Our goal is to continue what we've done in previous console generations and once again deliver the best in storytelling, performance capture, technical innovation and graphics on the PS4".
Gaming fans across the country braved the cold to queue for the midnight release of Call of Duty: Ghosts earlier today.
Justin Tillock visited a Game store, he said: "This is my sixth year queuing up for the new Call of Duty. I will go home and unashamedly play the game until sunlight."
Developed by Infinity Ward, Ghosts is the tenth version of the Call Of Duty franchise, which is played by 40 million people each month.
In the new version of the game, players can customise their soldier with up to 9,000 combinations.
They can also use seven new multiplayer modes such as Cranked, Search & Rescue and Blitz.
Available on Xbox 360, PS3, PC, Wii U and the forthcoming Xbox One and PS4, Ghosts could surpass the sales success of its predecessor Black Ops II.
Grand Theft Auto V (GTA V) has taken the top honour at the annual Golden Joystick Awards in central London.
Costing an estimated £170 million to make and market, the video game became the fastest-selling title of all time when it was released in September.
Set in the fictional city of Los Santos, in Southern California, GTA V's open-world freedom and mission-led gameplay with three playable character has been a hit with fans worldwide.
Cult shooter game Call Of Duty picked up a Hall of Fame accolade, while Naughty Dog's The Last Of Us also took home awards for Best Newcomer and Best Storytelling.