Every day, CVG Australia rounds up the news you missed while you were in bed.
Following huge announcements yesterday, it's no surprise a lot of news emerged in the northern hemisphere last night. Following Nvidia's surprise unveiling of a new, Android-based console at CES yesterday, we present a series of official images of the new handheld. Elsewhere, THQ's core IP (including Saints Row and Darksiders) will be auctioned off, with interested parties including EA and Warner Bros.
Here's all the news you missed:
- Black Ops 2 'Revolution' DLC content descriptions leaked
- THQ to be stripped of game assets in major IP auction
- IGF awards finalists announced - Hotline Miami, Faster than Light up for Grand Prize
- DayZ release date delayed due to 'ground-breaking work'
- Assassin's Creed 3 DLC: Battle Hardened pack out this week - report
- Dead Space 3: 'Better with Kinect' trailer
- North American Wii U sales hit 600k in December - analysts
- Japan in 2012: Hardware sales and top 10 games revealed
- EA won't publish Crysis 3 on Wii U
- Nintendo may consider free-to-play model for new franchises
- Del Toro partners with 'major company' for Insane
- Ninja Theory warns of 'fake' DmC reviews
- TellTale Games: 'We always felt we could do a great Star Wars game'
- Final Fantasy XIV A Realm Reborn: sign up for beta testing now
- Sony prepares closed-doors industry event ahead of PS4 reveal
- Asura's Wrath studio working on 3 original games
- Company of Heroes 2 screenshot reveals new UI
- In pictures: Nvidia's Shield handheld