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Even though horror cinema has changed over the years, movies like Friday The 13th still made an impact. That’s why Randy Greenback of Gun Media received resounding success after launching the Kickstarter for Friday The 13th: The Game. And now you can see one of the Jason Voorhees characters you'll be able to play as.
Various artists working for Solid Oak Sketches, a tattoo parlor, are suing 2K Games for $1.1 million for copyright infringement. How did they come to that figure and how is it copyright infringement? Well, because the tattoos they inked on NBA players appear in 2K Games' NBA 2K16.
Square Enix released some new footage ahead of their big reveal on March 30 that will finally reveal the release date for Final Fantasy XV. The new footage centers on Noctis and his friends as they infiltrate a Niflheim Empire base.
It looks like One Piece: Burning Blood finally has a launch date here in North America, as well as a list of new characters being introduced in the game. Get ready to brawl pirate-style on the PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita and Xbox One.
Bethesda Software stole the show at last year's E3. Most people agreed they came away the winners (a time honored tradition amongst hardcore gamers to determine who “won” E3). Well, it appears Bethesda has plans on making a return to the stage and bringing more big surprises at this year's E3.
The live-action film, Tom Clancy’s The Division: Agent Origins, is set in the universe of the upcoming shooter, The Division, and is surprisingly not what I thought it was going to be. But what I watched was not your typical game movie, but something that extended further than the incessant need to be as cool as the game itself.
Reports are going around saying that there are plans to make a brand new Ghostbusters game for the Xbox One and PS4. The game details are completely off the table right now but Sony's VP of consumer products, Mark Caplan, gave a few hints at what gamers can expect from the brand this year.
If you’ve subscribed to Loot Crate in the past but weren’t impressed with their Doctor Who-themed crate, well there’s something else hitting the monthly subscription market. Popular subscription service, Loot Crate, announced today at PAX South they are launching a monthly subscription service for gamers which will include monthly crates full of gamer-themed gear.
You know what’s rad? Jumping out of airplanes in Grand Theft Auto V. You know what would make it even more rad? Doing exactly that with a bunch of online pals, but in a competitive setting. Thankfully, that’s exactly what we’re getting thanks to a new mode being introduced into the game.
Ubisoft has announced that The Division beta test for PS4, Xbox One and PC owners is live and online. Gamers have already begun to pile in and take part in the concurrent apocalyptic survival game where players will attempt to scavenge for supplies, fight off criminals and attempt to restore peace and order to the land.
Techland and Warner Bros are gearing up for the release of the massive expansion for Dying Light called The Following. They revealed a new trailer for the game that covers the expansive map in the zombie survival title.
We’ve got even more new details for Tom Clancy’s The Division rolling in this week, including information on the game’s planned free updates and expansions that will be included in the season pass.
Insomniac Games, creator of famed series like Ratchet And Clank and Spyro The Dragon, announced today that they have been developing a new and slightly different game than they’ve worked on in the past. It’s an underwater exploration game called Song Of The Deep, and it's going to be a little different.
Electronic Arts has been a consistent staple and presence at E3 for many years on end. Whether we love or hate what they have to show, we can usually count on EA to bring a load of content to the stage each year. Well, this year they won't be attending E3 but they will be dedicating some time to showcasing their goods at the Nokia theater around the same time.
The launch of Dying Light: The Following draws near and, in preparation of all of that new content, the development team has started rolling out videos highlighting the many changes coming to the game. The latest video looks at the recently announced “Nightmare” mode, which appears to live up to the name.