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The folks at Square Enix have come up with a pretty intriguing campaign that will let you "augment your pre-order" of Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. In short, gamers will get a chance to earn several perks including early access to the game.
PS4 exclusive Uncharted 4: A Thief's End is coming to North America and Europe in March, Naughty Dog announced today. That listing by Amazon Germany turned out to be pretty accurate, after all.
It's easy for some people to see the game and pass it off as another movie-based game with little appeal or poor quality, but there are some really cool things about this title that make it really standout. In fact, we put together a list of 8 of the coolest things about Mad Max the video game.
A guy decided to surprise his fiance by making a mission out of a wedding proposal using Borderlands. He had a loot chest printed, he ordered an Echo device decal for the iPhone and even made a replica shield generator, all so he could propose in style.
Following up on the reveal of Hitman at this year's E3 event, IO Interactive released a new playthrough of the game featuring 15 full minutes of gameplay. There are a lot of details rolled out in the video and it helps give gamers an idea of what to expect from the title.
In keeping with the tradition of today's marketing trends, Square Enix has announced the announcement date for the official release date for Final Fantasy XV. It's ridiculous, of course, but now gamers know that they can expect to get the official release date for Final Fantasy XV in March of 2016.
The upcoming Assassin's Creed movie will give fans some insight into the series' future. Assassin's Creed head of content Azaizia Aymar said in a Twitter Q&A that the film's storyline will impact later games.
Vehicles-on-demand service Uber is promoting the Mad Max video game's upcoming release in an interesting way. Several Uber drivers in Seattle are now picking up passengers in post-apocalyptic vehicles.
Bethesda managed to keep Fallout 4's development under wraps for years. PR man Pete Hines revealed in a new interview that the secrecy required less effort than you'd think.
Nearly a year after Dragon Age: Inquisition launched and the game is still getting a regular supply of DLC. That steady flow of content will be coming to a halt soon, however, as the team at BioWare announces the upcoming Trespasser update will bring the story to a close.
Bungie is already rolling out steps and tips for players as they prep for the massive The Taken King expansion that will mark year two for Destiny. Dubbed patch 2.0, there are tons of new features being added to the game and it will take up a massive 18GB.
In just a few days, Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain will hit stores. The early reviews have been extremely positive, which gives me me mixed feelings. On the one hand, I'm glad that Hideo Kojima and his team get to leave the series on a high note.
Capcom has confirmed another veteran character for Street Fighter 5's roster. This one's a bit more obscure than the other returning fighters, though.
This fall Bethesda plans to release a Fallout 4 art book. As a preview of the book, they've released four pieces of art from the post-apocalyptic RPG's development.
In case you thought there were no new games to get excited about for the PlayStation 3, Yakuza 5 is here to humbly disagree. And as far as definitive editions go, Yakuza 5 is pulling out all of the stops by offering up every piece of DLC, as well as some additional minigames, right out of the box.