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The Catch-Up: March 31st, 2014 – Retailer Lists The Last of Us for PS4

March 31, 2014 Written by Jason Dunning

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Pro-tip: Avoid the internet tomorrow.

General News

  • A listing for The Last of Us: Complete Edition on PS4, complete with a satchel, popped up on Spanish retail site XtraLife with a release date of June 19th recently (but it’s since been taken down). This listing follows news from Sercan Sulun, who last week said that The Last of Us is coming to PS4. We’ll just have to wait and see if this turns out to be real or not, so stay tuned. [Via, Source]
  • The wait for the new PlayStation All-Stars patch should be coming to a close soon, with Sony Santa Monica saying it won’t arrive this week, “But next week, I am told probability is extremely high. I will not lay my head down under a guillotine just yet with a promise of the exact day, but we are very much on track for release, finally, next week. This week we are submitting for final QA approval and expect to be approved before the weekend. Assuming that, we are free and clear to deploy.” [Source]
  • Due to copyright issues, you won’t be able to share a fighter you create in EA Sports UFC. As well, you should expect EA Sports UFC to arrive in late Spring/early Summer. [Via, Source]
  • Full details will be available when we get closer to the flyer’s release, but an early leak has shown that Target in the United States will be holding a Buy 2, Get 1 free offer on video games from April 6th – 12th. From the information available, it appears to be a deal valid on all systems. [Source]
  • After missing its originally planned release of April 1st (to be this month’s PS+ free game), Switchblade Monkeys has confirmed that Secret Ponchos won’t be out this month, and the game is headed to beta testing. [Twitter]
  • Speaking of PlayStation Plus, follow the link for the full Mercenary Kings Trophy list, which includes a Platinum! [Trophies]
  • The latest Gamefly Used Game Flash Sale is on until tomorrow and sees The Last of Us for $24.99, Batman: Arkham Origins for $17.99, and a few other deals. [Check it Out]
  • Voting for the Canadian Video Game Awards Fans’ Choice Award is open now. [Vote!]
  • New music will be coming to Grand Theft Auto Online, with modes such as Survival, Deathmatch, and Creator Jobs getting an “updated range of never-before-heard unreleased instrumental music from the original scoring sessions by Tangerine Dream, Woody Jackson, Alchemist and Oh No.” [Source]
  • Two Tribes is “looking into” bringing Toki Tori 2+ to PS4. [Let Them Know You Want It]
  • Superannuation discovered that Patrick Redding left Ubisoft Toronto earlier this month to work as Creative Director on an unannounced WB Games title, according to Redding’s LinkedIn. [Via, Source]
  • Grip Games confirmed that Jet Car Stunts is a new version “built especially for game consoles. It runs on a new engine and looks much better than the mobile version.” As well, there won’t be a Platinum trophy, it will have Cross Saves, and Cross Buy has yet to be confirmed. [Source]
  • Because 99% of customers bought digital games through the service, Origin has confirmed that they will no longer be selling boxed games as of April 4th. [Via, Source]
  • With new content for BioShock Infinite no longer happening, Irrational Games released three songs from the game that you can listen to. [Get Your Ears Ready]

New Videos

  • For some reason there aren’t any new videos today, so here’s this to fill the void:

Have you caught a shiny Charizard yet?