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Rockstar Games finally dropped the big one: GTA V's online heists have gone live and arrived for Xbox and PlayStation owners. The mode has arrived after gamers have been waiting for the mode since 2013. What's more is that the Online Heists have reinvigorated the community with a good dose of robust excitement.

Early in the week it was revealed that Battletoads will be making a return to form... in Shovel Knight... for the Xbox One. You'll have to check that story out to wrap your head around that one. Microsoft has added The Master Chief Collection to the Xbox One as part of a bundle package. Uncharted 4 has been delayed until 2016 for the PS4 while Jason Voorhees from Friday The 13th has been confirmed for Mortal Kombat X. These stories and more in this March 14th, 2015 edition of the Gaming Blend Weekly Recap.

Battletoads Making A Return To Xbox
The classic Battletoads will return to gaming on the Xbox One via Shovel Knight. Sony reveals that they're hit by DDoS attacks everyday on PSN. Infinite Crisis has a launch date set. A Halo player managed to land this impossible sniper kill. If you thought Five Nights at Freddy's was scary, wait until you see what the animatronic puppets look like in real life. Dead Space 4? Is it coming back? Here's what Visceral had to say. The full achievement list for GTA V heists have been unveiled. Some new DLC has emerged for Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel. Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition has launched this week. Brand new content is on the way for Final Fantasy XIV and you can check it out right here. And here are five touching memorials from video games.
Xbox One Now Comes With Free Halo Games
All right, if you're a Halo fan and you've been warring with yourself over whether or not to get an Xbox One, this new deal might win you over. More than seven minutes of new footage of The Witcher 3 have been released. Star Trek Online has a new, more user-friendly way to bring in more users. Is Street Fighter V launching in spring of 2016? The resolution specs for Battlefield Hardline have been revealed for the Xbox One and the PS4 and you'll want to get the details right here. Gamers are demanding a remake of... Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2? Batman: Arkham Knight's 'M' rating is finally explained. Destiny's companion app is deleting players' save games. One of the free games for April on PS Plus is Dishonored. And here are the details on the PS4's 2.5 leak.
GTA 5 Heists Have Arrived
GTA V finally has the online heists... two years later and they're finally here... but they're definitely welcome. The release date for Tales from the Borderlands Episode 2 has been set. The launch trailer has been released for Battlefield Hardline. Here's a handy guide on how to earn quick money in GTA V's online heists. Dying Light will add vehicles to the game. There's a massive list of new features added to the Xbox One March update and you can check it out right here. After a long wait, Powers is finally launching on PlayStation platforms. The Turkish government moves one step closer to banning Minecraft for good. State of Decay artists managed to fill the game with secret penises. The latest update for Elite Dangerous called Wings has gone live. This new update to the Oculus Rift will let you smell the virtual reality experience. And GameStop is accepting donations to help with the financial situation of the slain cop's family.
Uncharted 4 Delayed
Sony has delayed Uncharted 4 for the PS4... all the way to spring 2016. Here are a few ways the Steam Universe could change console gaming. Dance Central Spotlight has received two new characters from Borderlands. GTA V's online heists get hit with some unsuspecting crashes. Sony just launched the new Powers show and here's Gaming Blend's review of it. Project CARS has been delayed yet again, but it's 99% complete... so it's okay. You can watch Netflix original series on an NES... and here's how. Minecraft has moved closer to being banned and the developers have responded, check out what they had to sawy. And check out the honest trailer for The Order 1886, rolling out some mean criticisms on the PS4 exclusive.
Titanfall 2 Confirmed
EA and Respawn have confirmed that Titanfall 2 is coming and yes, it's going to be multi-platform. A bionic arm is included in the Metal Gear Solid V collector's edition. Sonya Blade and Johnny Cage make a return in Mortal Kombat X as playable characters. Suspend and resume are finally being implemented in the PS4's latest update. PlayStation Mobile is officially shutting down. Blizzcon 2015 has been announced and here is the official start dates. Battlefield Hardline trials are now available for EA Access subscribers. Homefront: The Revolution has been delayed to 2016 and Rainbow Six Siege alpha test sign-ups have begun.
Jason Joins Mortal Kombat
It was inevitable and bound to happen... Jason Voorhees from Friday The 13th in Mortal Kombat X... yes, it's happening. GTA is getting a drama made about it via the BBC. You can check out an awesome Warcraft 3 remake trailer. Valve is going to do something about their poor customer support ahead of the launch of the Steam Machines. Check it: Chrono Trigger is now 20 years old. A classic brand is making a jump to the Pinball Arcade on the PS4. Battlefield Hardline lets you drive a couch... no joke. There's an extra free game made available to PS Plus subscribers. Here are some of the changes coming in the Destiny House of the Wolves pack. Mortal Kombat X for the Xbox 360 and PS3 has been delayed. And the PS4 is the fastest selling console in Sony's history.
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