Tons of news broke this week, including Microsoft shutting the Xbox Entertainment Studios, as well as the creators of The Last of Us teasing a sequel with Sam Raimi. These stories and more in this edition of the weekly recap.
Monolith Productions and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment have announced today that their action-RPG for the old-school consoles the new-school consoles and PC has received a new release date – one week earlier than planned – of September 30th, along with getting an official story trailer.
So, you just took out three enemies in a row and barely rolled/flew out of the killing fields in one piece. It was an amazing run and you wish you could have shared it with the entire world, right? Well, Wargaming now has you covered.
Far Cry 4 will allow players to invite friends to play alongside them in the game for free. Creative director Alex Hutchinson explained at San Diego Comic Con how these free multiplayer codes will work and why Ubisoft included them in the game.
Firefly's cast will be reuniting in Firefly Online. The cast from the TV series will be lending their voices to the upcoming MMO.
You know things are getting bad when the company that runs an app store believes that the majority of free-to-play titles flooding into the store are bad for business. Well, that's according to Stoic Games.
EA has released the minimum system requirements for The Sims 4. They only shared the specs for one platform, though.
We don't know a whole lot about Tekken 7 but we do know that the game apparently manages to finish off the Mishima storyline (or so we think) as a key character in the game's long-running story about the battling bloodline in a very corrupt family tree.
Hearthstone: Curse of Naxxramas presents players with some challenging single-player encounters. If you're stuck, here's a run-down on how to beat each of the dungeon's encounters.
Originally released on the PC in 2013, Facepalm Games’ The Swapper is set to make its debut on all three PlayStation platforms on Aug. 5. But does this clone of the original game live up to the high praise the unique puzzler received when it originally launched last year?
Electronic Arts has been on a short roll lately with trying to desperately turn around how people view the company. Just as they were about to head back into the “hated” territory, they pulled out a couple of quick moves to satiate the audience, one of which includes giving away The Sims 2: Ultimate Collection... for free.
Titanfall will be adding a Black Market in a future update that lets players buy in-game items. It's not as evil as you think.
The Old One is up to some new tricks, which means the kingdom is once again in need of some crafty heroes. Grab a few friends and get ready for Dungeon Defenders Eternity, an enhanced version of the original game with all sorts of new bells and whistles, as well as content that will feed directly into Dungeon Defenders 2.
Ubisoft recently released a new trailer to demonstrate the new capabilities of the game engine powering Assassin's Creed Unity. We learn a little more about the improved combat mechanics, the upgraded parkour abilities, as well as the game's day and night cycle that has been upscaled to fit the needs of new generation hardware.
The company's dodge out of the Worst Company in America vote actually netted them enough positive press for the first time in a long time to walk out of the quarter with their profit up by 51% over the previous year during the same period.