Breakfast Wrap 02Tuesday.  If they made a song about it, it should be the even grumpier, doomier version of Monday’s song.  At least there’s a public holiday this week.  So today feels more like a Thursday.  Phew.

European PSN gamers can grab all the episodes of Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead game at discounted prices until 3 April.  In fact, you can get the first episode completely free.  Yes.  Gratis.  Details here.

In this generation of short and sweet campaigns, The Last of Us will offer a more than reasonable 12 to 16 hours of campaign time.  Or at least “maybe 12 to 16 right now is what we’re looking at. It really depends on how you play.”  [via CVG]

We shouldn’t really have to tell you that any site claiming to offer you beta access to Rockstar’s GTA V is being a big, fat liar right?  Good.  In case you do need warning.  It’s a scam.  Move swiftly away from the naughty site with its sweet temptation. [via Eurogamer]

Oohh.  A one minute BiosShock Infinite TV commercial.  Game now.  Please.

The first English trailer for Suda 51’s Killer is Dead has been released.  No matter the language, people get killed.

The launch trailer for The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct has been released.  The game arrives in the UK on Friday, yet the jury is still out on whether this game will live up to the AMC TV Series it is based on, as the gameplay footage shown to date has been the same (roughly) three minutes…

The list of games EA is offering free for the SimCity buyers has been revealed and includes Battlefield 3, Dead Space 3, Mass Effect 3, Bejeweled 3, Medal of Honor Warfighter, Need for Speed Most Wanted, Plants Vs. Zombies and SimCity 4 Deluxe Edition.  You have to authenticated your copy of SimCity by one miniute to midnight on 25 March.  More here.  Even with all the server issues, the game has sold over 1.1 million in two weeks.

EA’s CEO Johan Riccitiello has stepped down.  And the company’s stocks have risen.  Read more on Eurogamer.

A quick round-up of PC news.  Click the title for details.

And to end with, some Android news.  EA has confirmed that they will release 16 titles compatible with the new Samsung Galaxy S4.  The titles will include Real Racing 3, Tetris Blitz, Simpsons: Tapped Out, Plants vs. Zombies, Monopoly and Bejeweled Blitz.  And how’s that for a no surprise ending to the news wrap?