Gaming news round-up: November 25

Black Friday is done but Cyber Monday is only a couple of days away. Yes, there was some gaming news to report on even on the day after Thanksgiving:

Rumor suggests new Call of Juarez game in the works - A survey of Ubisoft gamers about Call of Juarez: The Cartel suggests that a new game in the Western-themed first person shooter series from developer Techland might be in the works.

2K Australia now working on BioShock Infinite - The developer behind the upcoming XCOM revivial is also helping Irrational Games (its former sister studio) to help complete the highly anticipated BioShock Infinite.

Satire group behind fake attempt to ban Skyrim in the US - The satirical group Christwire started a fake petition to the White House asking the Obama administration to ban the recent fantasy RPG game as well as the creation of "national database of videogame avatars and 'screen names' so that teenagers can be better monitored."

Future to merge UK and US operations - Future Publishing, which operates a number of gaming print magazines here in the US as well as the UK, have announced plans to merge both of its operations to "create a single global product line." There's no word on exactly how the merge will take place nor if there will be any layoffs as a result.

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