A new playable character has been revealed for The Witcher 3, it's Witcheress Ciri. The news comes courtesy of CD Projekt RED who recently unveiled the startling information that has fans of the series in deep chatter.
If you can't wait for November 18th to roll around for Bioware's Dragon Age: Inquisition to launch, you no longer need to worry because it appears a new trailer is released for the game just about every other day, to keep the hype train alive.
The latest trailer for the game focuses heavily on the consequence of choice and how players will have plenty of hard choices ahead of them throughout their journeys.
Over the past week, I’ve ignored an unsettling amount of my actual life in order to play copious quantities of Fantasy Life, the new 3DS RPG from the masterminds at Level-5. If you’re looking for a colorful and lighthearted romp with hooks that sink in uncomfortably deep, then you might want to give this one a gander.
The 30 minute video above from the EGX 2014 event covers a lot of the gameplay from The Witcher that we've already seen. However, the video of the game isn't what was important, the Q&A session that took place after the on-stage gameplay demo is where all the hotness was contained.
Epiphany Games released their very first trailer for the upcoming Majestic Nights, a 3D, isometric RPG set in the Los Angeles area of 1980. The music and themes are pretty slick and are a complete throwback to the era of excess, and anyone who enjoys that kind of motif will instantly fall in love with Majestic Nights.
50 minutes of character creation. BioWare let loose a video based on a live-stream they conducted on Twitch where they decided to take a look at the character creation process. The video offers players a look at all the different details that are afforded to those who love creating extremely complex and visually diverse characters.
We have a handful of Steam codes for the director's cut of Shadowrun: Dragonfall, the updated and expanded version of the cyberpunk, role-playing thriller, Shadowrun: Dragonfall.
InXile Entertainment has gone and done it; they've finished Wasteland 2. After two years of development, nearly $3 million in crowd-sourced funding, and having to go through the Early Access phase, the isometric, post-apocalyptic RPG has finally finished the development gauntlet and is now available to the general public.
Surprising absolutely no one, it looks like the upcoming action game, Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor will be offering a season pass' worth of content following the game's upcoming launch on Sept. 30 for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One and Xbox 360.
Electronic Arts and BioWare have announced the new game that they've been teasing for a while and it's called Shadow Realms. It's a role-playing game with tabletop properties and aims to bring gamers a supposedly uniquely episodic adventure with action gameplay mechanics in a modern-fantasy setting.
You know things are getting bad when the company that runs an app store believes that the majority of free-to-play titles flooding into the store are bad for business. Well, that's according to Stoic Games.
One of the most highly anticipated translations being worked on by the gaming community – a very passionate and dedicated community at that – has been shutdown with a cease and desist by Square Enix. How do we know? Well, the beta patch for the PSP version of the game has been pulled and work on the project must be brought to cessation.
Freedom Wars is supposed to hit US Vitas sometime this year and, to help get everyone ready for the hunting game that combines swordplay, third-person shooting and high-flying acrobatics, SCEA Associate Project Manager Nick Accordino has pulled back the curtain on a brand new trailer focusing on the game’s story.
Topware Interactive and Reality Pump's Raven's Cry is set to arrive on old-gen consoles and current-gen consoles this fall, beginning October 14th.