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Smosh Games takes real shots at various games with their Honest Game trailers, and with the announcement of Fallout 4 coming this holiday season for home consoles and PC, it wasn't surprising to find out that Smosh would do an Honest Trailer and skewer the likes of Fallout 3.
I missed the gameplay reveal for Tony Hawk Pro Skater 5 during the E3 live-stream, but after watching the video footage it appears I didn't miss much. The new gameplay was detailed ever-so-slightly by Tony Hawk himself, and you can check it out for yourself.
Bungie has announced The Taken King, the rumored third expansion pack for Destiny. They shared a trailer and loads of details on the biggest add-on yet for the multiplayer shooter.
Microsoft pulled out a big announcement at this year's E3: they announced that the Xbox One will have full backwards compatibility with Xbox 360 games starting this holiday season. Xbox One owners lucky enough to partake in the preview beta tests will have early access to backwards compatibility for Microsoft's home console.
Platinum Games and Activison have teamed up once again to provide gamers with an action-packed, melee-focused title centered around G1 of Hasbro's popular Transformers called Transformers: Devastation.
Konami is setting up to take the soccer world by storm this fall with PES 2016. There are a number of new features and improvements, including some of the brand new gameplay content thanks to the Fox Engine.
NFL superstar Marshawn Lynch has made the leap from the field to the first-person shooter scene, as he has a starring role in the upcoming Treyarch and Activision release Call of Duty: Black Ops 3. The star was featured in a recent article with a few clips of his motion capture session made available to the public.
Activision is keeping Call of Duty alive and well on the Xbox 360 and PS3. They've contracted Beenox, the developers most known for their Spider-Man games, as well as Mercenary Games to work on the last-gen rendition of Call of Duty: Black Ops 3.
Not only does Destiny’s latest expansion have a possible name but, if recent rumors are to be believed, we’ve got a release date as well. Guardians may be tackling their next great adventure come Sept. 15.
Fallout 4 is one of the biggest new games in the works by Bethesda and everyone has been worried about whether or not the game would come to the seventh generation home consoles. Well, it's been unofficially confirmed that the game won't be coming to the Xbox 360 and PS3 because they can't handle what Bethesda is doing with the game.
There's no point in committing crime in Grand Theft Auto V if you can't do it with some style. Thankfully, Rockstar Games has a bunch of new ways to do exactly that through the upcoming “Ill-gotten Gains update: Part One,” which we now know is set to arrive this coming week.
Destiny's newest expansion pack, The House of Wolves, received a heck of a lot of media spotlight leading up to its release. There were all sorts of theories and leaks and rumors circulating around Bungie's next big outing for the sci-fi shooter. Well, prepare to go on that journey all over again as the latest rumors have kicked into high gear after Red Bull boxes surfaced showing that the next expansion for Destiny could be called The Taken King.
Fallout 4 is one of the most anticipated games for PS4, Xbox One and PC. Speculation about the game began almost as soon as Fallout 3 launched in 2008.
Battlefield Hardline expansion Criminal Activity will introduce a new game mode called "Bounty Hunter." Today Visceral Games explained how this infantry mode will work.