Capcom has plans to release two of their seventh-gen titles for the Xbox One and PS4. The highly controversial DmC from 2013 and Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition, will both be available in 2015 for the home consoles.
Warner Bros., and Rocksteady are gearing up for a big 2015. The duo have Batman: Arkham Knight prepping to release on the home consoles and PC. However, before Arkham Knight releases the studios have plans to help enlighten comic book fans and gamers alike with a prequel comic about the Arkham Knight.
Bethesda Softworks and Tango Gameworks have announced that some brand new DLC is on the way for The Evil Within to further explain the game's story and characters. There will be a three part DLC trilogy for the game that will be made available throughout 2015.
The week kicked off with a bang, as Xbox Live users found their weekend hijacked by the unlikely evil forces of the Lizard Squad. Things didn't stay down for too long, though, as services were back up and running to keep the masses happy.
Destiny expansion The Dark Below hasn't been a smooth experience for all players. Bungie detailed some of the larger bugs reported since the DLC launched and offered some solutions.
It looks like Xbox One and PS4 owners could find themselves re-exploring the strange, beautiful and dangerous world of Pandora with Borderlands: Remastered Edition... assuming an Australian ratings board classification is anything to go by.
Assassin's Creed Unity owners have two things to look forward to next week. Ubisoft will be giving them a new patch and - in some cases - a free game.
One of the most awaited JRPGs set for release on the Xbox One and PS4 just raised its value a tad bit more with the announcement of the Collector's Edition. The news confirms that those who purchase the collector's edition will receive a digital code to access the Final Fantasy XV demo.
EA Sports UFC is only six months old but EA's already planning to give it away for free. A select group of players will be able to get the MMA game starting next week.
The PS4's winning streak in North American sales is at an end. The Xbox One managed to outsell Sony's console in November.
Just in time for holiday shopping, Consumer Reports has announced the five most violent video games of 2014. They say that these games "should never come anywhere near your kids."
Mere weeks after Assassin's Creed Unity's bumpy launch, Ubisoft has released another game with major bugs.
Microsoft's latest home console continues to evolve as an “all in One” entertainment device, with the Showtime Anytime app finally launching on the Xbox One. Already available on the Xbox 360, now folks gaming in the new generation can catch up on their favorite shows, watch some movies, and basically entertain themselves outside of pwning noobs in the virtual arena.
Microsoft really wants to cash in on the holiday shopping craze, getting in one major discount for the console and software before Christmas goes into full swing. How big of a discount are they aiming for? A very significant discount... basically in the form of a completely free game.
2014 is quickly drawing to a close. A new fan montage allows you to relive many of the high and low points from this year in gaming.