Destiny players are putting a lot of time and effort into acquiring the new Exotic auto rifle Necrochasm. That's unfortunate because the weapon's not worth it.
Sega announced that they are closing an office in San Francisco and downsizing their force as they move to Northern California. Sega is also moving away from major console releases and focusing on portable, mobile and online PC games.
AMD has been making subtle jabs at rival video card manufacturer NVIDIA this week. The butt of their jokes is NVIDIA's recently released GTX 970 card.
Square Enix wants to make sure you’ve had another opportunity to play all of their recent games, including six last gen titles that should cure your itchy trigger finger, thirst for stealth and love of explosions. You’ll be able to enjoy all of that and more as a pair of “Triple Packs” make their way to retail, including a trio of games focused on stealth and another trio with a heavier emphasis on action.
Gaming blog Joystiq is no more. AOL confirmed that they're closing the site down on February 3rd following rumors earlier this week about its future.
Conan invited the two superstars from the rival teams set to meet head-to-head on Sunday at the Super Bowl, giving them a chance to exercise their video game skills and put a beating on each other without lifting a finger... except, to press buttons on the controller.
Do you have so much money that you're running out of things to buy? No? Oh, well then don't bother purchasing this crystal-studded PS4.
Raptr just announced that they users should heed their advice and change their user-account password as soon as possible. The interesting thing about the attack is that it's labeled as similar to the ones carried out recently against Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network.
Mixing pulpy comic goodness with old-school strategy gameplay and a few new twists, Code Name S.T.E.A.M. aims to bring a unique, tactical experience to the Nintendo 3DS when it launches on March 13. After a couple of hours with the game, however, I’m not quite sold on what feels like one of the most ambitious games to hit the portable scene in quite some time.
We don't get many new releases on Thursdays but today Life is Strange debuted on Steam. The unusual release date seems fitting because, well, Life's an unusual game.
One of Destiny's most annoying bugs will be addressed soon. Bungie promised the fix today in their Weekly Update and explained why it's taking so long.
President Obama decided to appeal to nostalgic gamers over Facebook today. A new ad published out by his office today promotes healthcare by using the classic game Oregon Trail.
NetherRealm Studios released a new trailer for Mortal Kombat X, this time drawing the attention of fans to the one that harbors souls... Ermac. The new trailer is short, sweet and to the point, focusing on Ermac's special abilities and his bone-crunching finisher.
Electronic Arts will reward loyal members of their EA Access program with an opportunity to download and own the Second Assault DLC expansion for free. While this seems like really great news, keep in mind that this is only available to Xbox One gamers for a limited time.
Fans of Super Smash Bros. on the Wii U will discover a rather awesome surprise the next time they boot up their favorite fighting game, namely 15 new stages built specifically with eight-player combat in mind.