If you canít spend the holidays with family this year, why not spend it infiltrating a large private military base run by a man who goes by the name Skull Face? I mean, itís practically the same thing, right?
If you want to see some of the armor unlocks being made available in Halo 5: Guardians' multiplayer, look no further than a bit of new info courtesy of 343 Industries and IGN. The unlocks showcase what the different armor types look like in the upcoming FPS.
Ubisoft has revealed the full technical details on the PC version of online racer The Crew. The PC edition of the game will require, among other things, a 64-bit OS.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will have zombies. A leaked video currently making the rounds shows exoskeleton-wearing soldiers battling hordes of infected.
Bethesda has announced that Prey 2 has officially been cancelled. Not just lightly cancelled, not just moderately cancelled... but hard cancelled. If this were a movie Prey 2 would have been Cancelled Hard: With A Vengeance.
Those of you looking to party like a Rockstar this weekend might want to check out Grand Theft Auto 5 for all of your tricking and treating needs. Get ready for an online Halloween event, with double cash and double experience being offered for all deathmatch competitions throughout the weekend. There are some other ghoulish festivities, to boot.
Microsoft has officially announced the November lineup for Games with Gold, offering a trio of titles for Xbox consoles that include Vikings, pinatas and guerillas. Notice thatís the guerillas that typically take part in a violent uprisings and not the gorillas that hide in the tall grass and bite faces.
So you want to play Xbox One games and Xbox 360 games from the same source? Well, there's an unofficial way to make it happen and it's not actually for sale. Nevertheless, it's a really cool device called the Xbook Duo that combines the Xbox One and Xbox 360 into one central location. If that sounds kind of confusing it's because it's all kinds of Jerry-rigging awesomeness.
Microsoft released the latest cinematic trailer for Halo: The Master Chief Collection featuring snippets of high-quality cinematics from Halo 2: The Anniversary Edition. The trailer is pretty good and definitely gets gamers amped up for the upcoming release.
Fans of adorable virtual pop idols are likely already jazzed for next monthís release of Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd, but now thereís even more to get excited about as Sega announces that all of the DLC being released in Japan will also be making the journey West following the gameís launch on Nov. 18.
Sega is resurrecting one of their best games from last generation on the PC. Valkyria Chronicles will be released on Steam next month.
Electronic Arts and DICE have finally set a release window for the highly anticipated Star Wars game, Battlefront. It's not Star Wars: Battlefront III or Star Wars: Battlefront: The New One it's just Star Wars: Battlefront. Presumably EA will want to reboot the franchise and do their own bi-annual trilogy to milk for as much money as they possibly can.
Assassin's Creed Unity's latest trailer isn't set during the French Revolution. Instead, it takes us to a different conflict: World War 2. Whaaaaa?
Itís a pretty busy week on Nintendo platforms, with plenty of goodies available on the physical and digital marketplaces for both the Wii U and 3DS consoles. Just in time for Halloween, there may even be a few noteworthy treats to be found in the mix, including a new Harvest Moon game and a classic Kirby adventure.
Dragon Age: Inquisition is launching soon and players can get ready for its release with a free program from BioWare called Dragon Age Keep. This program enables players to carry over their decisions from Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age 2.