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Polygon is reporting that Uncharted 4 is delayed again. Details:

"As you know, Naughty Dog is wrapping up production on Uncharted 4: A Thief's Endwith the game on track to go gold and into production later this month," Layden said. "In an effort to meet the considerable worldwide demand, and to ensure that all gamers worldwide have the opportunity to play the game on day one, we have chosen to postpone the launch of the game by two weeks to allow for extra manufacturing time."​
Kotaku reviews Far Cry Primal saying that:

The best parts of Far Cry Primal may be well-hidden, but the core is good, too. The running, the climbing, the sneaking and the shooting all feel as good as they ever have. For some, doing all that again but against cavemen and woolly mammoths will provide sufficient novelty. More subtly, the game’s moments of kindness and community-building and those extended hunting sequences show the flint sparks of an evolutionary step to come. Primal is worth playing, but only once you’re hungry for more and only if you’re prepared to plumb its depths.​
Can't wait to play this next week!

PC Gamer takes a look at Kingdom Come: Deliverance , an upcoming historical first-person roleplaying game based in the 15th century and a game I kickstarted when it first appeared. Combat details:

When you fight somebody in Kingdom Come, your view locks on to your opponent and you circle one another with swords (and sometimes shields) drawn. You can rotate your angle of attack and defence around a dial, which dynamically alters your stance, and spring from that position into a slash, a thrust, or a block. These actions consume chunks of a regenerating stamina bar, which also doubles as a defensive buffer in front of your real (and very vulnerable) health. These are the building blocks of a combat system that is slow, heavy, and remarkably immersive.​

Check out the full details through the link.
Polygon reviews American Truck Simulator and finds its a trucking good time:

There aren’t many games out there that I’d spend several hours creating a Spotify playlist for. But American Truck Simulator scratches the exact same itch that Elite: Dangerous does. While they’re vastly different games, both evoke a sense of the wide open road, of the perfect road trip. Both give you freedom and put you in control of your own destiny and your own direction. Both are ridiculously compelling and they let you set your own pace.​

Definitely understand where they are coming from after spending extensive time in Farming Simulator 15. You just sort of get caught up in it.
The Division currently has a cheating problem but Ubisoft is aware and will hopefully have anti-cheat code in for the rumored beta (Game is currently alpha). Details:

"We are aware of the cheating issues in the closed beta on PC," the developer said in The Division's forums. "The team is fully committed to providing solutions against this and a system will be in place to ensure a fair experience for players when the game is released on March 8."

Exploits include altering statistics to grant players unlimited health and ammo, super-speed, critical hit chance, no recoil, and unlimited medical kits.​

Gamespot has links to more conversation and details here.
Gamespot reviews Lego Marvel's Avengers saying that:

After the inventiveness of Lego Dimensions, it's tough to go back to a game that follows the old Lego formula. But Marvel's Avengers mostly staves off franchise fatigue thanks to its fast-paced, cheery nature. If you've played a Lego game in recent years then you'll know what to expect: another familiar and fun adventure that you can enjoy with your kids.​