Mojang has finally finished Update 1.8 for the PC and Mac versions of Minecraft. The patch took them 300 days, making it the most time-intensive update they've released to date.
At this year's PAX Prime, Comcept USA delivered quite bit of startling news for those who backed the game on Kickstarter, as well as general audiences showing any kind of remote interest in the new successor to the Mega Man franchise, Mighty No. 9.
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.
Maxis is on the verge of launching The Sims 4. Players who log into the game tonight will find an important patch waiting for them.
Atari is bringing back an old classic and giving it the reboot treatment... again. After trying their hand at reviving the game back in 2008 with Alone in the Dark, Atari has decided that six years was enough time and space to create a bit of marketing separation from the last outing.
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.
With the launch of a new Super Smash Bros. just around the corner, it's time to start thinking about what surprises might be in store for that final roster. Here are my top five dream picks for Nintendo's latest mascot brawler.
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.
Microsoft and Activision detailed some of the features of the new limited edition Xbox One due for release on November 3rd, giving gamers a look at how the design came about as well as what they'll get if they decide to purchase the limited edition bundle this fall.
There's always been some tension between gamers and the critics covering their hobby. The past two weeks have been especially hostile. The term being used to sum up this conflict is "#GamerGate," currently trending on Twitter.
Usually the announcement of a new piece of hardware is a cause for celebration in the gaming world. With the New Nintendo 3DS models being announced this week, however, I can't help but feel some pretty extreme apprehension about Nintendo's future. This new piece of hardware makes very little sense.
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.
Minecraft has basically released for every major platform except for Nintendo's platforms. A lot of gamers felt as if the game would be a perfect fit for the Wii U or even the 3DS, but the game has never appeared on either of Nintendo's current offerings. The reason? It may have something to do with the install base and the update process.