Halo: The Master Chief Collection had a rough launch due to multiplayer bugs. Microsoft is confident that Halo 5 will be released in a much better state, though.
World of Warcraft's next major patch will let players travel to the Tanaan Jungle and undertake new quests. Blizzard has released a new trailer that flies us through the zone.
Hidetaka "Swery" Suehiro, the developer behind D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die, confirmed that D4 is making the leap from the Xbox One to PC. The game will no longer be exclusive to Microsoft's console and some of its features are being overhauled for the leap onto PC.
Atlus has announced that Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains will be released on the Nintendo 3DS starting May 12th. They announced the date with a brand new trailer for the game, keeping it short and simple.
Xbox 360 owners aren't the only ones who get a free weekend of multiplayer gaming. Steam users are also offered a free gaming weekend... with Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. The game is available to play for the entire weekend while also being 25% off for those who wish to purchase a copy.
Microsoft is putting on their benevolent cap and treating Xbox 360 gamers to a free weekend of Xbox Live. If you have any number of select games you'll be able to log on and play the multiplayer components for free... even if you don't have Xbox Live Gold.
Harkening back to the days when platforming games were king, Yooka-Laylee has arrived to remind gamers what the glory days of the mascot-driven adventure was all about. It’s on Kickstarter, it’s already blown past its first handful of goals, and it also happens to be the spiritual successor to an old-school genre great, Banjo-Kazooie.
In a strange twist of news Sony has announced that the DLC expansion for The Last Us known as Left Behind will become a standalone game starting May 12th. That's right, if you never owned the game before you can buy The Last of Us: Left Behind as a standalone gaming experience.
PC gaming will finally take center stage during this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), with a special press conference set to take place on June 16 geared toward the latest tech, games and developer news.
Square Enix released the first trailer for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided last month. Deus Ex creator Warren Spector revealed yesterday that he wasn't completely happy with it.
The gaming industry loves sequels. Publishers capitalize on a game's success by funding one, or sometimes multiple, follow-ups. In many cases, these sequels are very similar to the original game. However, every so often, a sequel barely resembles the game that came before it.
Valve has implemented a new feature for Steam: the ability for developers to ban gamers from their games. The new measure puts a lot of the control of user behavior and restrictions solely in the hands of those who run the game.
League of Legends debuted a new way to customize characters called Chroma Packs today. Some players are really annoyed by it.
Overkill's The Walking Dead has had its release platforms confirmed. The new shooter will be released on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and for PC in 2016. The new game has been kept under wraps for quite some time and Overkill Software is playing it awfully close to the chest regarding the game's content.
The whole world has Star Wars fever these days, so it makes sense that Zen Studios would release its latest table set in a galaxy far, far away for Zen Pinball 2 and Pinball FX 2. This latest Star Wars table is themed after the popular Rebels animated series, perfectly capturing the show’s fast-paced action and sense of adventure.