I grew up during the 1980s. And like most kids, I watched a bunch of Arnold Schwarzenegger movies. If only I had lived in Japan. I could've grown up with something even better: his commercials.
Those fancy tactical view helmets in Ghost Recon are actually happening. This is a research prototype from the Pentagon designed to "overlay iconography in a soldier’s line of sight", including, "grid coordinates, locations of friendly forces, vehicles, and aircraft in the vicinity".
I've heard good things about Destiny's seamless in/out online stuff. Now an Instagram video posted on Sony's feed explains how it works: no menus or fuss - if you see something you want to get involved in you just shoot it to join.
Here's what you could have won in The Last Of Us. And by 'won' I mean been eaten by a fungal butthole mouth on something that looks like it escaped from John Carpenter's The Thing.
So, he's not a new character to the series, but he now looks...different. And in Japan, some are mocking his pumped up appearance.
One of the most hyped, anticipated releases of the year. A talk show host who's notoriously terrible at video games. Get the popcorn.
These beautiful, colourful illustrations are by Gray Shuko, an artist who alongside illustration work for comics and album covers has also worked for Blizzard.
Note that there will be spoilers ahead...MASSIVE spoilers.
Veteran indie dev Jeff Vogel puts into words that niggling doubt in the pit of your stomach.
There used to be a cool Peggle game on the New Zealand App Store. That game is now gone. In its place is a new Peggle game that is just the worst.
Left 4 Dead is being released in Japan. None of the eight existing characters are making the trip. Instead, local publishers Taito have swapped in some Japanese choices.
For a while there, it looked like the Kickstarter campaign to revive Harmonix's much-loved music game Amplitude wasn't gonna make it.
The "Capture the File" multiplayer mode looks like it mixes all the madness of a GTA Online deathmatch with magic hacking superpowers.
Disney aren't just going to squeeze millions from a new trilogy of Star Wars movies. They're going to make stand-alone flicks too, and the first of those is due for release in December 2016.