I went to The Legend of Zelda Symphony of the Goddesses concert in Vancouver and it melted my brain like taffy in the sun.
Earth Romancer is a new fighting game that takes inspiration from Super Smash Bros and finds refreshing ways to deliver artistic beatdowns.
The best version of Shu is coming for the Nintendo Switch. Visit beautiful, hand-drawn worlds, find your animal buddies, and run from a mysterious storm.
If you’ve been waiting to pre-order the Ataribox, we’ve got some bad news…they’ve been delayed. Read on to find out what Atari had to say.
An overly excited Hyperkin employee has quite possibly gotten themselves fired and/or sued by posting a prototype photo online.
After falling behind schedule in 2017, Nintendo is reportedly looking into working with more software developers to develop more mobile games.
If you prefer puzzle games that twist your brain like a pretzel, Fearful Symmetry And The Cursed Prince is out today for PC and Xbox One.
The upcoming Witcher series on Netflix will be adapted by Lauren Schmidt Hissrich, who helped write and produce Daredevil and The Defenders.
If a recent retailer listing is to be believed, then a remaster of Burnout Paradise may be on its way to Xbox One and PS4 next year.
ATLUS unveils a North American release date alongside the official website for their latest JRPG, Alliance Alive, coming exclusively to the Nintendo 3DS.
Charming apocalyptic platformer ‘Shiny’ is making its way to the PS4, letting players take part in a search for freedom from a dying planet.
Square Enix CEO Yosuke Matsuda speaks up on his thoughts about the current microtransaction controversy that plagues the world of video games.
Developer Crystal Dynamics has been around for 25 years, and now’s the time to celebrate their many great games and the success of Tomb Raider.
Star Wars Battlefront II is celebrating “The Last Jedi” with a promotional period that lets players play as Captain Phasma and Finn for free.
From the developer, Storymind comes My Eyes on You, a neon-noir action-adventure game where players solve mysteries. Each choice you make affects gameplay.
Beginning Dec. 14 and running through Dec. 18, 2017, players will be able to download the Injustice 2 Free Trial on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.