Looks like copies of Call Of Duty Advanced Warfare are already out in the wild and over the weekend someone streamed pretty much the entire game.
Fanatical uni students celebrate the imminent end of Naruto with the recreation of the series' most famous storylines.
I've actually seen PS4's new Share Play function in action but it's embargoed until 5pm, so watch this space. In the meantime, here's a trailer outlining how it all works.
To celebrate Bayonetta 2's release, Platinum Games has released codes to unlock hidden Bayonetta characters in The Wonderful 101.
Square Enix doesn't just make video games. It also makes toys. Awesome toys like these ones.
Naru Omori is a veteran video game artist who has spent pretty much his entire career at Capcom, both in the company's Japanese and North American studios. In that time, he's contributed to series like Resident Evil, Dead Rising and Devil May Cry.
You can't intervene, you can't influence events, you're just sent into virtual reality to watch a re-enactment of the man's death.
A redditor has been poking through the game's files, and found a few mentions of a religion mechanic.
We don't post nearly as much of the more advanced Lego Technic stuff as we should, which is a bit of a shame because it's awesome.
Nintendo's little plastic figures looked fantastic at E3, but some of the finer details seem to have been lost to the production process.
It's only £2.99 folks, get it now just in case that changes.
We've seen plenty of beautiful LEGO recreations of existing properties, but often the most breathtaking displays are largely original. This is definitely one of them.
Geordie La Forge read a book, cursed a lot, and helped raise money for charity. It's a beautiful thing.
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