Stylin’ beans and a slew of titles coming to next-gen consoles make for one of the most exciting weeks for indie games in quite a while!”
SEGA has brought Phantasy Star Online 2 x Persona to the free-to-play action RPG while celebrating their first million players in the west.
A recent SEC filing suggests that Microsoft is looking to make more developer acquisitions for the Xbox Game Studios in the foreseeable future.
Fans of Remedy Entertainment’s Control who want to play it on the Xbox Series X or PS5 will need to upgrade to the new Ultimate Edition.
Xbox fans that have been waiting for an excuse to drop some coin now have it. Microsoft has launched another set of sales, running throughout the week. Come check out the list featuring dozens of heavily discounted games.
The remake of the classic platformer is bringing all the humour, guts, and gore fans fell in love with to the Nintendo Switch
The month long event pits competitors against zombies, and each other, in four game modes inspired by popular sporting events.
The newest game in the Call of Duty franchise is being advertised with a viral marketing campaign and an alternate reality game
The anticipated sequel to the 2004 cult hit has been delayed until 2021, so you’ll have to wait a little longer to sink your teeth into it
Xbox has officially confirmed that the Xbox Series X will be releasing this November, although an official date hasn’t been set as of now.
343 Industries has officially delayed Halo Infinite until 2021 due to development struggles such as the impact of COVID-19.
Maneater is celebrating Shark Week with a free Tiger Shark adaptation! Players can snag these gruesome powers for free all week long!
Systemic Reaction will be releasing Second Extinction for Xbox One and Game Pass next month, with an Xbox Series X release coming next year.
Gungho has released a giant 2.0 update patch for Ninjala. The update looks to fix more or less all of the issues that have plagued the game since launch.
According to GameBeat’s Jeff Grubb, Microsoft has a big announcement regarding Xbox Game Pass coming in the next few weeks.
Among the usual patch stuff like new dungeons and rebalancing certain classes, the newest patch is making Final Fantasy XIV more accessible than ever before