Nintendo icons like Mario, Zelda, Link and more will soon come to life at Universal-owned theme park attractions.
Destiny is getting an arena-based Firefight-esque gametype with end-round bosses, progressively difficult waves of baddies, and tons of loot.
Consumers will get their hands on the Rift anywhere from January to March of next year, with pre-orders to open up in 2015.
Tattooine, Sullust, Hoth and Endor might have three maps a piece.
Today we pay tribute to Ralph Mc Quarrie, the man whose incredible artistic vision defined Star Wars as we know it.
Star Wars day is here, and we celebrate the sci-fi holiday by recounting our favorite shooters, space sims and RPG’s the franchise has to offer.
PlayStation Japan introduces the first batch of screenshots for the new JRPG set in the landmark Shin Megami Tensei series.
Reports indicate that Xbox One will get access to the Windows Store, unlocking “thousands” of compatible apps that support cross-buy on other devices.
Overkill’s new The Walking Dead game will be sourced directly from the comic series, with co-op survival FPS elements.
Witness the potential of DirectX 12 in a breath-taking, real-time tech demonstration built in Square Enix’s LUMINOUS engine.
Preview members get early access to DirectX 12 on Xbox One, but what exactly will the new API bring to the console?
“Oh yeah!” turns to a firm “oh no!” as the microconsole gaming startup Ouya is forced to sell itself to absolve a debt crisis.
Much to the delight of PC gamers everywhere, Valve says goodbye to its paid mods marketplace on Steam.
CyberPower’s Trinity PC combines high-power performance with a sleek and distinct form factor.
Batman won’t get all the fun; players can switch between Catwoman, Nightwing or Robin on-the-fly and perform devastating tag-team combos.
Silent Hills, as we know it, is pretty much dead at this point.
“Nintendo’s interest has moved onto other classic systems.”
A leaked promo reveals Black Ops 3’s release date, and that the beta will only include Xbox One, PS4 and PC platforms.
Gamers are emphatically rebuking Valve for its decision to monetize Skyrim mods, leading to massively supported petitions to spring up.
By letting gamers buy and content creators sell game mods, Valve has jeopardized the very nature of mods and splintered the entire PC gaming community.