Electronic Arts has run into some serious troubles with the coin trading in FIFA 15's Ultimate Team mode. Essentially, the game's cash shop-oriented trading system has fallen victim to coin sellers and bot-market dealers. If it sounds like some kind of back-alley, cyber-crime marketplace... well that's because it is.
You know what a lot of people have been wondering about the latest Assassin's Creed title? If it's set during the French revolution, why are there no French accents from the cast of characters? Well that's a very good question, especially considering that in some previous Assassin's Creed titles the characters or locals did speak with an accent native to the region.
If you've thought about taking your Xbox One with you where ever you go; playing games on the bus, playing games on the subway, watching downloaded videos or listening to downloaded music. Well, one enterprising individual has managed to combine a laptop with an Xbox and called it an Xbook One.
Activision seems to be taking a page out of Midnight City and Devolver Digital's playbook; scouring the game space for a mid-budget hard-hitter. The multi-billion dollar publisher has happened upon Torn Banner Studios' first-person medieval melee title, Chivalry: Medieval Warfare.
Minecraft creator Markus "Notch" Persson will be leaving Mojang after the company is officially purchased by Microsoft. Persson explained the decision in a very personal blog post.
Minecraft developer Mojang confirmed today that they're being purchased by Microsoft for $2.5 billion. Both Mojang and Microsoft sought to reassure fans that this won't dramatically change the game, though.
Microsoft hinted at cloud streaming before, but new information indicates that they may be taking a similar approach to streaming as Sony is doing with PlayStation Now service.
We may not have to speculate about Microsoft's potential purchase of Mojang much longer. A new report suggests that they'll announce the acquisition of the Minecraft developer early next week.
Destiny fills up the news circles this week as the massive AAA title has finally launched. A new trailer dropped for the new-gen version of GTA V and Microsoft could buy out Mojang for $2 billion.
The holidays are just around the corner, and Microsoft is gearing up by prepping a pair of new bundles for the Xbox 360. One set up is more geared toward the core gamer, boasting a pair of Call of Duty games thrown in with the console. The other is a bit more family friendly, featuring a Kinect camera and a trio of more lighthearted titles.
Mortal Kombat X owners will be able to play the game using a custom controller. A Mortal Kombat X-themed fight pad was revealed at GameStop Expo earlier this week.
Everybody has Destiny fever this week, and Bungie is celebrating with the first round of special events hosted within the game…Oh, and they’re starting today, so read up us quickly as possible and jump back into the fight, Guardian.
Sony continues to come out swinging each month in the NPD charts, noting that they are once again number one for the month of August. Unfortunately, all three of the big console manufacturers avoided discussing the hardware numbers for each of the respective consoles.
Accompanying the release date for the highly anticipated release of GTA V on the new generation consoles and PC is a nicely done trailer in 1080p (running on the PlayStation 4, no less) and a batch of brand new screenshots to showcase just how bad some gamers must feel for not waiting a year and getting the definitive version of the game.
Want a sneak peek at the highly controversial Quiet from Metal Gear Solid V? Well, Hideo Kojima dropped a simple, 54 second trailer of the mysterious and mystically powerful Quiet. We previously saw that her skin could camouflage but we didn't really know exactly what else was going on with her.