Video game release date update: 'Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood DLC,' 'Shift 2,' 'Mortal Kombat'

Ubisoft announces a new batch of downloadable content for
Assassin's Creed Brotherhood on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 along with a date for the game's PC version, while
Shift 2 and
Mortal Kombat undergo minor delays.

There are also new dates announced for a boxed retail version of the award-winning PC thriller Amnesia, the Xbox Kinect movie karaoke YooStar 2, as well as Jurassic Park: The Video Game, Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster, inFamous 2, and extra content promised for Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit.

New dates
Amnesia: The Dark Descent (PC): North America, February 22.
Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit - Armed & Dangerous expansion (360 PS3): February 22
Speedball 2 Evolution (iPhone): February 24
Bit.Trip Flux (iOS PC Wii): Europe, February 25. North America, February 28.
YooStar 2 (Xbox 360 Kinect): March 11
Madden NFL Football 3DS (3DS): North America, March 22
Dissidia 012: Final Fantasy (PSP): Europe, March 25. Japan and North America remain March 3 and 22 respectively.
Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit - Lambourghini Untamed expansion (360 PS3): March 1
Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit - Porsche Unleashed expansion (360 PS3): March 8
Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood - The Da Vinci Disappearance (360 PS3): early March
Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood (PC): North America and Europe, March 17. UK, March 18.
Dance on Broadway (PS3): North America, March 15. Europe, March 18.
Halo: Reach - Defiant Map Pack expansion (360): March
Jurassic Park: The Game (Mac PC): April
Operation Flashpoint: Red River (360 PC PS3): Europe, April 21. North America, April 26.
inFamous 2 (PlayStation 3) North America, June 7
Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster (360 Kinect): Autumn 2011

Delays
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - Reverie expansion (360 PS3): March
Shift 2 (360 PC PS3): Europe, March 25. North America, March 29. UK, April 1.
Dynasty Warriors 7 (360 PS3): North America, March 22. Europe, April 1.
Mortal Kombat (360 PS3): Europe, April 21. North America remains April 19.

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