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.
October is nearly wrapped up and November is waiting just around the corner, which means itís about time we find out what games will be added to the PlayStation Plus Instant Game Collection. According to early reports, we can expect to dive into a revamped version of The Binding of Isaac, as well as games like SteamWorld Dig and the recently released strategy combat game, Frozen Synapse Prime.
It seems like shooters are all about edgy realism these days. Not so, for Tiny Troopers: Joint Ops, a twin-stick shooter recently launched for the PlayStation Vita.
One of the strangest moments in gaming that might go down in history is seeing Mike Tyson fight Mike Tyson in Punch-Out. The game is iconic for being unbelievably hard and players tasked with taking down the final boss, Iron Mike Tyson, have to utilize unbelievable skill in order to win the game.
Fast cars, sunset-hued cinematography and plenty of explosions. Nope, this isn't a Michael Bay film but Visceral Games and EA sure could have fooled a lot of people with the latest trailer for the upcoming first-person shooter game. The trailer doesn't come alone as it's been revealed that the official release date for the military-police shooter is March 15th, 2015.
Mad Otter Games wants gamers to get into the spirit of Halloween by opening an account and playing the free-to-play MMO called Villagers & Heroes, a casual World of Warcraft style clone. How will they tempt you to play the game? How about with some free cash shop goodies?
Assassin's Creed fans have been hoping for a game set in feudal Japan for years. In a new interview, Ubisoft's creative director Alex Hutchinson explains why this setting hasn't been featured in the series yet.
Good Old Games just added a whole bunch of heavy hitters to its roster, snagging six Lucasfilms titles including games from the Star Wars, Sam and Max and Monkey Island universes.
Dying Light developer Techland has killed the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of the survival horror game. They felt that the older consoles couldn't handle the game.
Destiny's first expansion pack "The Dark Below" will be coming before the end of the year, Bungie says. "Dark" will introduce new activities for every type of Destiny player.
Joe Henson and Alexis Smith, better known in the music circles as The Flight, were in charge of bringing the soundtrack to life for one of the most critically recognized and intense first-person thrillers that dropped this year. The name of the game? Alien: Isolation.
PlayStation 4 system software update v2.0 has finally arrived, complete with a video tutorial to show off some of the spiffy new things Sonyís latest home console can now do. Get ready for YouTube support, themes, a USB music player and more.
Gaming is going through some strange times these days, especially when someone like former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani comes out in favor of a game like Call of Duty. Why did this happen and how? Well, it all started a not-so-long time ago in a far away city when a former dictator and convicted murderer sued Activision for stealing his identity and using it in Call of Duty.
Maingear announced today that they upgraded the X-Cube small form factor PC. It's designed to fit into small spaces in living room entertainment centers or office space. The design lends itself well to anyone who wanted a PC that could double-down as a Steam Machine.