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Morning DLC: Video Games News And Rumors 2/12/14

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The British Academy of Film and Television Arts revealed this year’s video game nominees, announcing The Last of Us is leading the pack of celebrated games with 10 nominations.

The Naughty Dog release is up for awards in Best Game, Game Design, Artistic Design and Performance nomination categories, while Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto 5 follows closely behind with nine nominations.

Hosted again this year by comedian Dara O’Briain, the awards will take place on March 12 in London. Tickets for the awards ceremony will be available to the public for the first time in its 10 year history.

Polygon

Gamers that are looking for a bargain on some older, but top tier games will want to check out the 2K and Bethesda Softworks Legendary Bundles. There are a pair of Legendary Bundles and each of them has two older, but top-notch video games inside. The Legendary Bundles are offered for the Xbox 360.

The first of the Legendary Bundles includes The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and Bioshock Infinite.

The second bundle has Borderlands 2 and Dishonored inside.

The Legendary Bundles are available for $29.99 each making them a very good deal if you don’t have one of the games included already.

Slashgear

Sons of Anarchy game is “definitely” in production, creator of the FX biker drama series Kurt Sutter said today on Twitter.

According to Sutter, the untitled Sons of Anarchy game will be a first-person action adventure game with high-definition graphics. He also teased that it represents “the evolution of gaming.”

Sutter’s so far failed attempts to make a Sons of Anarchy game have been well documented. The most recent update came in November 2012, when Sutter said game he was working on was “dead.” It’s unclear if this new game is the same project from before.

GameSpot

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