Top four chart places remain unchanged, AC: Unity, LBP 3 and WWE 2K15 in the ascendency
The final week of 2014 sees Rockstar Games' remastered Grand Theft Auto V hit number one in the charts.
If 2014 was the games industry’s transitional year, 2015 could see the major developers and publishers finally getting into their groove with the current consoles.
A new sniper only focused game mode joins Advance Warfare
Jackie Chan's latest movie, Dragon Blade, receives a new trailer
More games going for the minimum price of $1 for PC on Steam and also some for Android devices.
Players can wear a chicken hat during the game to make it an easier ride.
This year was destructive and beautiful in that way only games can be. While its list of releases measured top to bottom make for an unremarkable 12 months, the industry is ageing and awakening in ways that might yet make this a landmark year.
A group of hackers who may have had a hand in taking both Sony's PlayStation and Microsoft's Xbox offline on Christmas day appear to have released a repository containing 13,000 user passwords and credit cards.
2014 is almost over, and now it's time to pick out our top 5 games before we head into 2015.
Return to Drangleic and you will find the haunted land not entirely as you left it.
Will you be the GTA V equivalent of Spielberg, Tarantino, or perhaps Wood Allen, with the new GTA V PC editing feature.
Now could be a good time to jump on the current-gen console bandwagon with the latest Xbox One price drop.