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The Division recently had a closed beta test over the last weekend for select gamers who registered to participate as well as those who pre-ordered the game. One of the biggest complaints was about the hacking and cheating going on. Ubisoft has responded to those complaints.
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.
The folks over at Cartoon Network Studios have put together a brand new mobile game but, surprisingly enough, it isn’t based on any of the studios existing hit properties. Instead, it’s a wholly original game called OK K.O.! Lakewood Plaza Turbo, and it arrives today on mobile.
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 surprising and wildly successful Kim Kardashian game that released on mobile platforms a couple years ago? Well, mobile gaming developer Glu Mobile is at it again, and this time Taylor Swift is getting her own mobile game.
It looks like Nintendo is finally ready to take its first big step onto a new platform, announcing a launch window for its mobile game, Miitomo, as well as a brand-spanking-new rewards program called My Nintendo.
This past Sunday marked the 17-year anniversary of the release of the very first Silent Hill game onto PlayStation. And even though a couple sad excuses for Silent Hil movies have attempted to recreate the horrifying story through film, I felt that there hadn’t been any as satisfying as the game itself—until I saw the movie, Krampus, this past Christmas.
If you’ve seen the death-riddled films like The Hunger Games and Battle Royale, then the new game from the indie developer Xaviant, The Culling, will be no less brutal.
Hideo Kojima and film director Guillermo Del Toro are reuniting once again... but it's not for Silent Hills or a similar project. The duo are going to be giving a keynote speech at 2016 D.I.C.E. Summit on February 16th at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The latest all-girls fighter has arrived for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3, with Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel pulling a cast of beloved anime characters into a world where their single goal is basically to beat the stuffing out of one another. But the question remains: How does it stack up against the genre’s heaviest hitters?
Gearbox Software and 2K Games released two new character profile trailers for the upcoming MOBA-style first-person shooter, Battleborn. The two characters include close-range melee characters named Attikus and Galilea. The two characters make up a small portion of the very large 25 hero roster.
So it appears as if Microsoft and Rare could be reviving Conker yet again. After announcing his return via Project Spark it caused a lot of the hype for the foul-mouthed squirrel to fizzle. But a store listing has revealed that Microsoft isn't giving up on the animal with an attitude just yet.
Jonathan Blow, from the small indie studio Thekla Inc., has taken to his blog to roll through some of the numbers for the company's new first-person puzzle game, The Witness. According to Blow, The Witness has sold 100,000 copies in one week and has made $5 million in revenue.
Today, zombies aren’t as hot of a topic as they were in the late 90’s and 2000’s, but it’s a trend that has been rolling for quite a while. In a trending video found on YouTube, we take a journey back in history when zombies were a part of the voodoo culture, and fast-forward through the years to the violent and ravaging zombies found in Dying Light.
Even though horror cinema has changed over the years, movies like Friday The 13th still made an impact. That’s why Randy Greenback of Gun Media received resounding success after launching the Kickstarter for Friday The 13th: The Game. And now you can see one of the Jason Voorhees characters you'll be able to play as.