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Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare 2 isn’t messing around when it comes to new battlegrounds for this oddball mashup. When the game arrives later this year, it’ll be packing 12 new maps for payers to explore while blasting their opponents to smithereens. Want to see what they look like? Good, because EA has provided a trailer that allows you to do exactly that.
It’s time to live out your horror movie villain fantasies as tinyBuild announces its kill-a-thon indie game, Party Hard is heading to the PlayStation 4 this spring.
A couple days ago, Sony Middle East tweeted something very, very suspicious. It was the picture of what seems to be a new Crash Bandicoot character with the comment, “Most Wanted Person...where are you Crash?”
Put together for a 48-hour streaming charity event in connection with Able Gamers, developers from various indie games will be live-streaming a complete play-through of the 1999 RPG, Final Fantasy VIII during the Super Bowl weekend.
If you were lucky enough, you might remember the very first Sims game when it released in 2000 for PC. Compared to today’s Sims games, it was rough but genius in its design and gameplay—so much that people couldn’t put it down. To celebrate The Sims’ Sweet Sixteen today, EA has announced a new romantic-themed expansion pack just in time for Valentine’s Day.
Do you remember the very first Spyro The Dragon game on PlayStation? The graphics were blocky and unrealistic, but it was a darn-good platformer with a good deal of difficulty. But now, someone has taken the old Spyro that we know and love and transformed him in Unreal Engine 4—and it looks pretty amazing.
Sony is bringing back its “Vote to Play” promotion in February, allowing PlayStation gamers to pick one of the titles that will be included as a PlayStation Plus offering in March.
While I’ve been spending a lot of time exploring some of the horror video game titles releasing this year, like Visage, I, too, have noticed a horror trend picking up again. To celebrate this hopeful epiphany, I think back to five of the moments in Silent Hill that gave me nightmares for months.
Regardless of what anyone else has said, video games are an art form. And sometimes when an art form is powerful enough, it can move us in ways we never thought we could be moved. WARNING: SPOILERS.
WWE and 2K Games have renewed their partnership together that allows 2K to publish officially licensed WWE games across multiple platforms. This means several more years of 2K Games' WWE themed games. However, the financial details were not disclosed so there's no telling who gets what part of the share from the game sales.
A new trailer for the upcoming expansion of Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited that centers around the Thieves Guild has gone live. It's only a 32 second teaser, but it features lots of gameplay snippets for Zenimax Online Studios' MMORPG for home consoles and PC.
You probably didn’t realize that a place like Silent Hill really does exist. No, it’s not crawling with some of the most terrifying demons from Hell and you probably won’t find Pyramid Head lurking around the town hospital, but it wouldn’t be surprising to find spirits of the damned in the town of Centralia, Pennsylvania because of its eerie and uncomfortable tragic history.
Do you remember the commercials for Crash Bandicoot? A guy ran around in a Crash suit doing stupid things, and yet somehow I completely understood what was going on and what the message behind the commercial was: play Crash Bandicoot, of course! These are five of some of the most entertaining video game commercials from the earlier days.
Psyonix recently announced that they have some sick loot inbound for Rocket League for the end of the first season of competitive play. They also have plans to change up the loot tiers, but it's all for the betterment of the game since they're adding a brand new loot tier to the mix to reward gamers with exciting items while they play.
With upcoming titles like the rebooted Ratchet and Clank, Psychonauts 2, Yooka-Laylee and Lucky’s Tale, it’s obvious that a demand for the lovable, cartoony platformers we used to know and love is heavily increasing. And this could be exactly what the video game universe needs right now.