Gaming news round-up: November 2

How about that Grand Theft Auto V trailer? The coolest thing about the trailer for any GTA game is that they use in-game engine footage rather than CGI cut scenes. We can't wait to check the game out. In the meantime let's look at some other game news that made the wires today.

Ubisoft acquires RedLynx - The game publisher Ubisoft has bought itself another game development studio. The Finnish-based RedLynx is best known for the Trials game series.

Hard Reset adds new content in free patch - The latest 1.2 patch for the recent PC first person shooter adds a new Survival mode with two new maps, along with support for NVIDIA's 3D Vision technology and multiple displays.

Dungeon Defenders selling well on PC - Trendy Entertainment's fantasy action-tower defense game Dungeon Defenders has sold over 200,000 copies just on the PC platform since it was released in mid-October.

Michael Bay-directed Need for Speed The Run trailer coming - Want to see a trailer for the upcoming EA racing game directed by the man behind The Rock, Armageddon and all three Transformers movies? You can if 250,000 people like the official Need For Speed The Run Facebook page.

THQ releases latest financial numbers - The publisher recorded a loss of $92.4 million for the three month period that ended September 30. The financial results still beat analysts' expectations with THQ predicting big holiday sales for the upcoming games WWE 12 and Saints Row The Third.

Playstation Home revamp coming Thursday - Sony's free PS3 virtual world gets an all new look, new games and new features starting Thursday.

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