Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare players can now earn new rewards online. The latest update for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC versions introduces daily challenges to multiplayer.
Square Enix released a new trailer for Final Fantasy XV highlighting more of the gameplay and giving gamers a bit more of a coherent overview of the story.
Hatred gets banned and restored on Greenlight, GTA V's heists are finally coming and the PS Vue beta invites are being sent out. These stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Recap.
343 Industries head Bonnie Ross says they've been humbled by the launch bugs with Halo: The Master Chief Collection. They want to apologize to the Halo community with a wide range of free gifts.
A new trailer has been released for the upcoming season of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare's exo zombies. Yes, the game is evolving the old zombie trope with faster, stronger, and more dangerous zombies... zombies wearing the most expensive exo-suits an amoral corporation could possibly buy.
The next piece of major DLC for Far Cry 4 is set to release in just under a month, introducing a new scenario that sees players attempting to escape a prison and, more importantly, stay alive.
In my opinion one of the biggest hold-ups for GTA V really indulging in its true capabilities is that it was made for the Xbox 360 and PS3. Well, for those of you who actually want to see the game grow beyond the limitations of the seventh generation, you might be getting your wish with future updates for the game.
So it looks like Destiny’s greatest challenge isn’t all that challenging after all, as a dude managed to breeze through the game’s top-tier content, the Crota’s End raid, all by his lonesome.
Those of you looking to put your hunting skills to the test won't have to wait much longer to track down massive monsters with a handful of friends in tow, as Turtle Rock Studios has announced that the Evolve open beta will begin on Jan. 15 for Xbox One.
If you were hoping that you could grab the free game Ubisoft is handing out over the whole broken Assassin's Creed Unity fiasco, and ride off into the sunset with lollipops and rainbows, think again. There's a pretty heavy price to pay if you opt into taking Ubisoft's free game.
Rockstar Games has launched a special holiday event for GTA 5. The Festive Surprise brings players several new activities and gifts from now until January 5th.
Here I was thinking nothing Telltale Games could possibly announce would surprise me and, this morning, the adventure game developer goes and reveals Minecraft: Story Mode – A Telltale Games Series. I stand corrected.
It looks like Assassin's Creed Unity can't catch a break, as even the game's latest patch for the Xbox One doesn't come without its issues. One issue in particular is pretty massive, actually.
GTA Online's cooperative heists still aren't in the game a year after they were announced. In a new apology to players, Rockstar explained the delay and promised a free gift.