The upcoming open-world racing title, The Crew, will be another game where the reviews are embargoed to the day of release. That should definitely tell you something.
Recently there's been a consumer revolt regarding a lack of transparency and disclosure in the media, and it's been brought to the attention of the FTC to make it clearer when the lines have been crossed between editorials and advertorials.
If you can't think of anything to be thankful for, no worries. Here at Gaming Blend we came up with a list of things we're thankful for in this eighth generation of home gaming. Check it out and see if these are features that helped make your gaming life that much better.
Destiny’s first expansion, The Dark Below, is set to arrive on Dec. 9, introducing loads of new content to Bungie’s ambitious open-world first-person shooter. Now the folks behind that content have taken to the internet, unleashing a behind the scenes glimpse at the upcoming adventure in a new developer diary video.
Telltale Games has released "Zer0 Sum," the first episode of their new adventure game Tales from the Borderlands. Not everyone will be able to play it today, though.
Dark Souls 2 has finally been confirmed for Xbox One and PS4. The game will debut on both consoles as part of a special bundle called Dark Souls 2: Scholar of the First Sin.
Rockstar Games seem to really take their efforts for community interaction quite serious. For Grand Theft Auto V we've seen Rockstar step up their social media game and community engagement. One of the ways Rockstar has managed to keep gamers engaged is by spotlighting the Snapmatic photos that GTA V players have taken in-game.
Warner Bros. Entertainment and Rocksteady Games released the latest promo video for Batman: Arkham Knight, featuring a look at the combat, the stealth, the Batmobile and some of the open-world gameplay.
Black Friday is a pain. The lines are long, the weather sucks, and you'd probably rather spend your day off somewhere else. On top of all that, there are way too many things to spend your money on.
Turtle Rock Studios is doing something a bit different from other studios out there: they're not going to charge for downloadable map content for their upcoming asymmetric, competitive multiplayer game, Evolve. Why? Because they don't want to break up the community or create disparity within the player-base.
We've seen a strong trend lately from composers constantly pushing the barrier in quality and creativity when it comes to game soundtracks, and Sarah Schachner's score for Assassin's Creed Unity is right up there with the best of them.
This Saturday, Xbox One officially turned one years old. Microsoft has decided to celebrate the console's anniversary by rewarding all of its current owners.
The 2014 Game Awards Show lists the nominees. Atari's E.T., sells for a ridiculous price and there are some Black Friday deals by Gamestop well worth checking out.
Destiny is first and foremost a multiplayer game but Bungie wants to accommodate the lone wolves out there who would rather play by themselves. They announced this week that balance changes are on the way to help these players out.
If you're looking to kick the tires of The Crew before its Dec. 2 launch date and you happen to be gaming on the Xbox One or PlayStation 3, then you can look forward to an open beta to drop next week, spanning two days' worth of cross-country driving.