Every week, CVG Australia rounds up the news you missed during the weekend.
Games on Demand version of GTA V has been released on Xbox 360. The digital version costs $56.99, and will require a 7.63GB download. The PS3 digital version has been available since the launch of the game last month.
In other news, Wii U sales in the US have jumped 200%. Nintendo of America did not provide specific numbers, but said that the console's sales trebled during September, compared to August figures. The deciding factors in the rise of sales, appear to be the price cut and the new flagship title The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD.
All the news:
- Dice details BF4's online career progression
- GTA V gets digital release on Xbox 360
- GameStop Black Friday deals: BF4, The Last of Us, Beyond: Two Souls discounted
- Zelda-themed 3DS XL confirmed for US
- Xbox One Headset Adapter also required for new headsets, not out until 2014
- Knack screens introduce new characters
- New Need for Speed Rivals gameplay trailer released
- Nintendo preparing fix for Pokémon X & Y game breaking bug
- GTA Online patch released on PS3 and Xbox 360
- Batman Arkham Origins suffers Wii U, PC and 3DS delays in UK
- 1.2GB Killzone Mercenary patch addresses connectivity issues
- Elder Scrolls Online video shows character creation features
- Kojima: Metal Gear Solid 5 will go beyond the console
- GTA 5 title update 1.04 now live on PS3
- Wii U sales jump 200% in US
- Worldwide Xbox 360 sales top 80 million, Microsoft claims
- Official: PS4's DriveClub delayed to 2014
- Xbox 360 Games with Gold 'now an ongoing benefit'
- Sonic Lost World review round-up: Sonic stutters on Wii U