The GTA V Online Heists have finally gone live. Jason Voorhees from Friday The 13th has joined Mortal Kombat X and the Battletoads are making a return. These stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Recap.
It may be hard to believe, but the classic SNES game, Chrono Trigger, turns 20 today. That should help some of our readers head into the weekend feeling older than ever.
The NPD figures for February are in and Sony has taken the crown once more. The PS4 was the best selling home console of the eighth generation runners, however they didn't quite manage to outsell Nintendo and the 3DS, which managed to take the top spot as the best selling gaming device of the month.
A trio of Netflix employees heave created a function that's as exciting as it is useless: Netflix streaming on the Nintendo Entertainment Center.
Slightly Mad Studios and Bandai Namco Games have delayed Project CARS... again. The game is now scheduled to release in the middle of May for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC. However, there's still no word on the release date for the often talked about it but strangely absent Wii U version of the game.
GDC came and went this year with a bang. More like a virtual bang. From the big reveal of the Steam Machines to a whole lot of VR, there was some massive news let loose this week.
The folks at The Zelda Project have released a trailer for their upcoming Zelda-themed short film. The two-and-a-half-minute video follows Link on the road to a showdown with Ganondorf, teasing the final battle from Ocarina of Time.
If gamers started embracing a bit of fear over the future of the Sonic franchise due to Sega's move away from console-based titles and their focus on free-to-play mobile games and online PC games. Well, the lead designer from Sonic Team has stepped forward to calm fears and assuage the panic that some Sonic fans may have taken up after Sega's recent announcement.
Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire players have a good reason to play this weekend: a free Legendary Pokemon.
You can never fault Nintendo for not taking some risks with adding ridiculous elements of fun into their games. The Wii U exclusive Hyrule Warriors has a new bit of DLC on the way that takes the concept of flying the coop to a whole new level.
Gamers suing Nvidia over the GTX, a study showing why the PS4 is as popular as it is and Google's DeepMind takes gaming by storm. These stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Recap.
Warning: You should grab a box of Kleenex before watching this animated PokÚdex video, because Cubone's origin story probably the most depressing thing you'll experience this month. And if you don't cry, you're an emotionless monster.
According to a recent study, the PlayStation 4's popularity revolves around the console's mastery of high-resolution video output.
Nintendo has announced that they have a special Amiibo inbounds for Wii U owners eying a purchase of Mario Party 10. The Big 'N' will unleash a special golden Mario figurine that will be a retailer exclusive, starting March 20th, 2015.
Fighting games represent one of the most pure forms of gameplay, pitting two pugilists against one another with a set number of weapons in their arsenal. The player who can utilize that arsenal the best, wins. But while fighting games are still alive and kicking, there are a few series I wouldn't mind seeing make a triumphant return to the arena.