We take a look at this week’s most talked about stories, including FIFA 14 Ultimate Team Legends being exclusive to Xbox and the death of Google’s keywords tool.
FIFA Ultimate Team Legends – which mixes new football players with old – will be exclusive to Xbox One and Xbox 360.
Microsoft and EA announced the FIFA 14 feature at Gamescom 2013. FIFA Ultimate Team is a popular online mode from FIFA which allows gamers to buy, sell and trade virtual footballer cards to build their own custom squad.
As Microsoft’s Xbox One and Sony’s PS4 both near release, PCR is taking a look at the latest news and details about both.
UPDATE: Valve is "thinking about" making Half-Life 3, the PC game that has so much coverage despite not been officially announced, according to a Half-Life 2 voice actor.
John Patrick Lowrie, who has voiced various characters and citizens in Half-Life 2, previously said on his blog, as reported by Neogaf: "As far as I know they are not developing HL3 now for several reasons, among them the mo-cap issue.
Google is planning to only make it’s handy Keyword tool available to those who own an Adwords account.
Business2community.com reports that the switch will take place ‘in the very near future’.
Supermarket giant Tesco is to produce its own ‘iPad-like’ tablet in time for Christmas, The Sunday Times reports.
While no exact specifications or prices have been released yet, the tablet is said to be "high-quality" with Tesco stating that it wishes its tablet to be like Amazon’s Kindle Fire; the cheapest model of which is £129.