One of the big games that a lot of PlayStation owners have been looking forward to is Bloodborne, a third-person hack-and-slash role-playing title from From Software, the same group that brought the gaming community the Dark Souls series.
Destiny will be launching worldwide next week. Unfortunately, gamers won't have many reviews to consult before picking up the game.
The Warriors Orochi series has always been about three things: Storming the field of battle, slicing and dicing your way through literally thousands of enemies and earning a victory by besting one general after another in over-the-top combat. So, can Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate add enough new ingredients to that recipe to make arguably the best game in the series even better?
If you're in the mood for an upgrade on the networking front, Netgear recently announced a solution in the form of the Nighthawk X4. This is an alternative router to their previously announced Nighthawk X6, which made waves back in June.
The PlayStation Vita is getting a lot of love during this week’s PlayStation Network update. While a couple of the latest titles will be multiplatform offerings, all seven of this week’s games are playable on Sony’s portable device, including the highly anticipated sequel to Danganronpa and the insane 2D shooter, Velocity 2X.
What a gorgeous featurette. Slightly Mad Studios put up a new developer feature discussing some of the things that make Project CARS stand out from the competition, as well as what makes them unique in the current landscape of simulated racers being made available in today's market climate.
Gearbox Software has a lot of DLC planned for Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel. The co-op shooter will receive four add-ons following its launch later this fall.
The two trailers consist of showing off the newly announced Resident Evil Revelations 2, as well as a gameplay video for the upcoming Resident Evil Remake for the new generation consoles.
Tecmo Koei and Team Ninja have announced that they will be porting a version of Dead or Alive 5 to the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One in spring of 2015.
Rumors have been swirling that the PS4, Xbox One and PC versions of GTA 5 won't be out until 2015. This weekend Rockstar finally responded to the gossip.
With PAX Prime in full swing, the folks over in the PlayStation camp have decided that now would be a good time to announce quite a few new title coming to the PS3, PS4 and Vita. Get ready for Dust: An Elysian Tail, Nidhogg, Salt and Sanctuary, Alone with You and a blast from the past, Metal Slug 3.
When Heavenly Sword originally launched for the PlayStation 3, critics and fans alike praised the game for its amazing motion capture and voice work, particularly that of the main heroine, Nariko. With Fringe star Anna Torv breathing life into the role, it's little wonder that the actress was brought back in to play the fiery warrior yet again, this time for the Heavenly Sword animated feature.
There's a rumor going around that Activision could purchase GTA 5 publisher Take-Two Interactive. An analyst in favor of the move explained why it's a good deal for Activision.
A new video (well technically videos, but they're combined into one) have become available courtesy of a live-stream from this year's PAX Prime in Melbourne, Australia. The video features a battle between Scorpion and Sub-Zero (a classic rivalry no doubt) and a jungle bout between Raiden and Kano, showing off Kano's impressive new amateur-wrestling move-set.
One of the biggest surprises of E3 was just how good Middle-earth: Shadows of Mordor looked. Now the open world action game from Monolith Productions is continuing to turn heads at PAX Prime, complete with a new story trailer for would-be rangers to clap their peepers on.