Happy Monday! In addition to today's SUPER SEXY GTA V screenshots, we've also got fresh new gameplay for Ni No Kuni, a North American release date for Tokyo Jungle, and more information on the ongoing OnLive conflict. Also, our first leaked details about Dragon Age 3! ...Or should we say, Dragon Age 3: Insertion?
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Rockstar has seen fit to grace the Internet with a smattering of Grand Theft Auto V screenshots this morning, though there's still not a great deal to go off. If you get sexy at the thought of cars, bikes, or planes, however, then you're definitely covered. (Jim Sterling)
Tokyo Jungle, the demented "animal survival" game about a Tokyo chock-full of lions and bears, is destined to hit North America on September 25. What's more, the crazy game is going to be available for the rather pleasant price of $14.99. (Jim Sterling)
A BioWare forum poster has leaked details and images from a consumer poll that allegedly spills details on the as-yet unannounced Dragon Age 3. According to the Intel, players will take on the role of an inquisitor engaging in political skullduggery in a land torn apart by civil war. (Jim Sterling)
Some were concerned that its cute looks and simple-looking battle system would never provide a decent challenge. From the looks of the latter demo, it seems that the challenge will ramp up nicely. The takeaway here is that this RPG has gameplay to match its good looks. (Dale North)
One of the concerns people rightfully have with digital distribution services is whether or not they will retain their purchases if the company overseeing the platform closes. That was one of my first thoughts upon hearing Friday's flood of rumors about cloud gaming service OnLive. (Jordan Devore)