GAMESCOM: Did you miss anything?

The sun has set on another Gamescom, with only the consumer days left to go, but did you keep up with the week’s announcements?

No? Well, fear not. Below, MCV provides a complete round-up of all the news to emerge from Gamescom over the past few days.

Sony: Vita will have our strongest launched line-up ever
PlayStation 3D Display confirmed for Europe
Infamous series goes download-only
PS3 drops to 199.99
DanceStar Party details emerge
Six Ubisoft games heading to Vita
Sony makes its Move on fitness market
New value-priced PSP announced
Resistance: Burning Skies announced for Vita
Amazon leaks new PS3 price

New Xbox features added to Windows Phone 7
Microsoft dates three Kinect titles

Zelda, Mario Kart, Mario 3DS dated
Wii gets a makeover, loses GameCube compatibility

EA hints at Strike and Road Rash resurrections
Battlefield 3 named best of Gamescom 2011
Kingdoms of Amalur our February
SSX goes big on social connecivity
Old Republic gets first live demo
FIFA Street returns
Warhammer Online: Wrath of Heroes announced

Activision calls for calm in EA feud
Blizzard assembling console Diablo III team

Gabe Newell wants EA back on Steam
GAME reveals new PS3 pricing
Grasshopper reveals Black Knight Sword
Lollipop Chainsaw gets first video
NCsoft’s new MMO Wildstar looks to shake up genre
Ninja Gaiden adds Move support
Now Arkham City goes 3D
Tekken 3DS to ship with movie
Videos: DMC, Ghost Recon Future Soldier
Silent Hill HD Collection goes multiplatform
Zone of the Enders 3DS teased

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