A new Titanfall update adds private match support for 2 to 12 players, as well as balance changes to the 40mm, Quad Rocket and Titan shields, plus bug fixes.
Yes, it's come to this. Sega is no longer making home consoles, but it's now making an anime starring girly personifications of its game hardware.
Someone is actually going to dig up the infamous New Mexico landfill that's allegedly overflowing with discarded copies of Atari 2600 E.T. and Pac-Man games.
The newest Pete Holmes comedy video poses a question we've all thought about: what if Mario were more realistic? The answer is gruesome and tragic. R.I.P.
Transistor—the pretty new game from the folks behind Bastion—will be out for PS4 and PC on May 20. Killer.
Sony is making its own zombie MMO, H1Z1, coming to PC in 4-6 weeks and PS4 later. The final game will be free-to-play, but early access will cost $20 (£11.93).
The latest Amazing Spider-Man 2 trailer had some cool scenes, and the homemade version by the folks at Cinefix, with paper sculptures and toys, nails them perfectly.
Japanese gaming mag Weekly Famitsu has gathered up a bunch of rumours and sought the truth à la Mythbusters – but with less explosions.
Introducing Hotaru no Nikki (ホタルノニッキ Firefly Diary), a new puzzle adventure game from Nippon Ichi software
With a dash of The Sims, a chunk of Animal Crossing, and a liberal injection of Robot Chicken, this might be the weirdest 3DS game we've seen so far.
Chaos; Child is the next official game in the highly popular Science Adventure series.
Everyone talks about how difficult Dark Souls 2 is. People rarely talk about how funny it is.
This must be one of the most creative StarCraft II mods out there: fast-paced ice hockey with StarCraft characters and abilities, made entirely with the game's map editor.
Last Fall, the developers of modern JRPG Citizens of Earth took to Kickstarter to raise $100,000 for their project. Sadly, it didn't work out. But now, thanks to Atlus, the game is going to be completed after all.
"Indies are being pushed more and more to have a lower price. I'd like to fight that. Double Fine wants to keep indies premium." Double Fine COO Justin Bailey. Read more...