So Zenimax are accusing Doom co-creator John Carmack of stealing their tech when he left to go and work for Oculus Rift. That's not good
Check out these amazing screenshots from Project Cars, the PS4s latest gorgeous offering
After a "Rocky Start," the Sci-Fi MMORPG Defiance is Marking its One-Year Anniversary by Going Free-to-Play
After a "rocky start," the sci-fi MMORPG Defiance is marking its one-year anniversary by going free-to-play Read more...
The residents of Los Santos say some bizarre things. Fortunately, one enterprising Redditor has started chronicling them for the world
32 tracks you say? How are you going to keep track of all those? Fortunately we have a handy list of all the Mario Kart 8 tracks to help you out
Even though the announcement is all shiny and official, Marvel bosses are being rather hush-hush about the Marvel presence in Infinity 2.0
More reveals only ever leads to more questions, fortunately folks from the internet have scoured the new Destiny footage for answers
After that Call Of Duty screen showing a nose, we've finally got a real shot via a Game Informer tease ahead of its cover reveal.
You know CCP's EVE Valkyrie, the Oculus Rift space dogfighting game? It's going to star Katie Sackhoff.
A video showing Tony Hawk's Shred Session in action on iOS has revealed it to be another endless runner. I don't think those even count as games anymore. Lean into the screen: you can probably smell the disappointment.
The Elder Scrolls Online has officially been out for four weeks now, and director Matt Firor has put up a big blog post to celebrate.
This homage to video game classics presents a pretty steep challenge to folks playing RedLynx's latest motocross stunt game. But it's damn pretty to look at least.
The Great Hamburger War is a free game made in RPG Maker by someone called Wolf. The game was released earlier this year as a free download and is described by its creator as "a shit game" with an average play time of 30 minutes. Curiosity piqued.
Not even escaping to the Starbound universe could save the Doctor from the Daleks, who will hound him until either he or they are exterminated.
I guess the other 800 odd quid must pay for the 'magic'. The teardown.com analysis (via Ars Technica) has been called "completely wrong" by Google but unless the rest is made of children's dreams that's a huge difference between parts and product.
Curve Studios, better known for a small avalanche of PlayStation indie games recently, has just announced its sneaky follow up will be a Nintendo exclusive.