NetherRealm Studios sent out word today that a new mobile companion game will be released for Mortal Kombat X alongside the home console version. The mobile title will be a hybrid mix of a card battling game and a one-on-one fighter.
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.
One of the scariest games around, Five Nights at Freddy's, has managed to scare the crap out of most of the people who play it. Well, it turns out that the game just isn't too scary to old people... those murderous, animatronic puppets just don't do anything for them.
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.
Hearthstone's third expansion pack may have just been outed. Data from the latest patch contains clues at Blackrock Mountain-themed DLC for the online card game.
The Hunger Games books and films have made approximately eleventy billion dollars but for some reason, there's never been a serious effort at a Hunger Games video game. As of today, though, that seems much more likely.
News surfaces about The Last Guardian, the Video Game Museum is announced, and The Order 1886 launches for the PS4. These stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Recap.
Square Enix made its latest in a long line of questionable moves over the weekend, giving up hope that the developer will ever be able to fix the iOS version of its popular touch-controlled RPG/Action game, The World Ends With You: Solo Remix, and instead opting to simply pull it from the mobile platform altogether.
Assassin's Creed Unity's new patch has a lot of strong points. Maybe the best change it brings, though, is that it effectively removes the need for the mobile app and Initiates website.
Bethesda is no stranger to legal controversy. Of course, they're usually the ones initiating the legal action against someone, and in this scenario Bethesda doesn't disappoint. So why are they going after an indie dev? Because of the name of the game... Fortress Fallout.
With all those classic romance flicks out there, why not imagine what some of these films would be like if they were turned into worthwhile, hardcore games? I mean, it's not impossible and it's all explained how some of these classic romance movies would make great video games in the following list.
Fallout 4 could be inbound for a big announcement at E3 2015 this year, and Dying Light tops the charts for January's NPD. These stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Recap.
This has to be one of the most bizarre stories I've ever read, but the Turkish Government is actually looking into and investigating Minecraft on the grounds that the game may be too violent. Yes, too violent.
Daybreak Game Company, the studio formerly known as Sony Online Entertainment, will be laying off employees at its Austin and San Diego offices.
Awards season is still alive and well in the world of video games with the 18th Annual D.I.C.E. Awards dishing out another batch of congratulatory hardware to games like Dragon Age: Inquisition, Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor and Destiny during a presentation ceremony Thursday evening, Feb. 5.