Microsoft has announced that they will be rewarding Xbox 360 gamers with free Xbox One games. That's right, gamers who receive free games via the Games With Gold program will receive Xbox One games even if they don't own an Xbox One.
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.
Battlefield Hardline, just like the past two BF games, will receive several DLC packs after launch. Today Visceral Games outlined their exact plans for the game's expansions.
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.
If you thought that Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare didn't have enough content, Sledgehammer Games and Activision are ramping up the game's multiplayer features by tossing in Clan Raids. The new features will roll out in limited capacity starting March 9th, next week and then eventually spread to the rest of the clans after the beta preview ends.
We now have a clearer picture of what Battlefield Hardline's Premium membership will entail. Leaked marketing materials have revealed a few crucial details on the Premium program.
A new trailer has emerged for Mortal Kombat X, covering the game's storyline and revealing three new characters that are joining in on the fray. The new trailer is just over two minutes of brutal fighting, appendage-ripping and plenty of fatalities.
Destiny players will be using the game's companion app much more these days. Bungie has updated the app with a very useful feature: Vault management.
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.
A new Minecraft update has gone live today for the Xbox One and Xbox 360, adding in the rather large and diverse cast of characters from the Fox cartoon comedy, The Simpsons. The update brings 24 character skins to Minecraft.
Like many folks who grew up in the 90ís, I found myself glued to the television every afternoon, excitedly watching Dragon Ball Z and wondering how many more episodes would pass before Goku finally stored up enough energy to launch his next big attack. The show sported lots of action, a bit of fluff and an addictive structure that kept me coming back for more. A lot of video games have tried to capture the feel of that classic anime over the years, but none have come as close to nailing the formula as the recently released Dragon Ball: Xenoverse.
Blue Isle Studios is currently working on the eighth-gen console port for Slender: The Arrival, the mystery horror game that previously made waves on PC, Xbox 360 and PS3. The game is set for launch on the consoles on March 24th for the PS4 and March 25th for the Xbox One.
Battle Chasers, a comic book that wrapped up its run about 14 years ago, is about to return to the limelight in a big way. Creator Joe Madureira has since moved on to form Airship Syndicate, a studio that is working to bring the property back as both a new comic book and, you guessed it, a video game.
Destiny's player-versus-player is about to expand. Bungie plans to add a new Inferno playlist to the Crucible in a matter of days.
A new trailer was released by NetherRealm Studios for Mortal Kombat X featuring the game's highly anticipated Brutalities. The trailer contains one whole minute of people being torn apart, ripped up, shredded, mutilated and on the receiving end of very gory Brutalities.