Gaming news round-up: November 5-6

You have less than 24 hours to enter for a chance to win one of our 25 Tribes Ascend beta codes. In the meantime let's look at what has popped up on the gaming news scene in the past couple of days:

Minecraft reaches 4 million sales milestone - As expected the sandbox PC game sold its 4 millionth copy via download just a few days before the game is expected to finally dump its "beta" designation and officially launch.

Modern Warfare 3 celeb launch trailer - Actors Sam Worthington and Jonah Hill are featured in the launch trailer-TV commercial for Activision's first person shooter that should officially launch in the US later tonight.

Get free Stealth Bastard game - A new 2D stealth action game from the development team behind the indie game Explodemon has been released, along with its level editor, for free.

Star Wars The Old Republic early access details - Depending on when you pre-ordered the upcoming BioWare MMO, you will be able to start playing the game up to five days before its official launch date of December 20.

Harmonix bounces back from the brink - In 2010, the game development company was dealing with losing sales of its Rock Band franchise. Now Harmonix has come back thanks to the sale success of its Dance Central Kinect titles from Microsoft.

Krater announced - Game Developer Fatshark has announced a top down post-apocalypse RPG due for release for the PC in 2012.

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