It's Monday again. We all know it takes some time before you can properly get into the week. So grab a cup of coffee and read some of the biggest gaming news headlines you may have missed from last week.

$945,200 penalty for lootboxes in Korea

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Korea is clamping down hard on companies implementing lootboxes in their games. Three companies have been charged with hefty fines for adding lootboxes into their games, and manipulating gamers to buy them.

A Way Out sells a Million copies

Source - Studio Twitter account

The prison break indie co-op game A Way Out has reached a huge milestone, selling a million copies of the game. This is even more impressive knowing that only one player needs to buy the game, while their partner can play for free.

Shenmue I & II HD will retail for $29.99 on all platforms

Source - Sega YouTube Video

Its official, Sega is bringing Shenmue 1 and 2 to current consoles. The collection of both games will be priced at $29.99, and the release date will be confirmed on a later date.

Some of GTA IV's music licenses expire later this month, and songs will be removed

Source - Kotaku

Some songs within GTA IV will be removed from the game as their license agreement comes to an end. The game will be patched to remove these songs.

Update 1.29 for Warcraft 3 offers widescreen support, 24 player lobbies, hero balance changes, and more

Source - Blizzard Patch Notes

Warcraft 3 is getting a new patch that will add widescreen support, bigger lobbies and many other improvements. Good to see Blizzard supports such an old game.

And those are the headlines you may have missed. And remember, stay informed.