Want to get people to check out your album? Make a video game out of it.
Recreating scenes from Ghostbusters with Lego is so great we can't describe how great it is.
Minecraft is the go to place to recreate famous games, so it's about time this happened.
Two amazing things brought together is so much better than anyone could have realised.
We thought we might be getting more free Xbox games, but Microsoft says it was a mistake.
None of us have finished the game yet, so we haven't actually seen it. Enjoy!
The Vanishing of Ethan Carter—a first-person psychological horror game that looks very ambitious—comes out on September 25th for PC. You can pre-order it and learn more at the official site. There's a PS4 version due out next year. Read more...
There's no Western release date yet, but as soon as there is one I'm buying it.
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A University of Texas PhD student has created the largest hard drive to date inside Minecraft. Reddit want him to fill it with porn, obviously.
Hyrule Warriors won't be the only Wii U game where Demon Lord Ghirahim will make an appearance. Masahiro Sakurai revealed Skyward Sword's antagonist as an assist trophy in Super Smash Bros. Wii U. Skull Kid, Midna and now Ghirahim... that's a lot of assist trophies from Zelda games.
In space, no one can hear you scream. But in a room in Germany with a VR headset on, loads of people can hear you hooting with delight.
This Access interview with Ninja Theory's Dominic Matthews has a few interesting facts about what the studio's been up to, and its latest project Hellblade.
Batman Arkham Knight looks beautiful, the combat's great and it nails the 'being Batman' thing again perfectly. Having played it though I would have liked to spend less time in the Batmobile.
Minecraft screenshots always look so great when they're isometric and the buildings have this classic strategy game feel. Just like this one by superhoiee. It reminds me buildings from the first Settlers game or larger castles from Age of Empires.
Capcom and Base Camp Kawaba in Gunma Prefecture have teamed up for a Resident Evil survival game.