Activision is considering a studio to make TV shows and movies based on its games.
Kôna is part-adventure game, part-survival sim. It's got Oculus Rift support. And it's about a 1970s murder mystery in the freezing Canadian north.
Clockwork Empires is what happens when you take a game like The Settlers, or Banished, and make it about Victorian Britons, fish-people and steampunk.
Huy Dinh is a veteran concept artist who has worked on games like Red Alert 3, Boom Blox and the Medal of Honour series (the old/better ones). One thing of particular interest: Dinh did some preliminary work on Bastion, so you can check out a very early design for The Kid.
This 1/6 scale (so around 12-inch or 30cm) figure of the Hotline Miami's Jacket is pretty much everything you could ask for in a Hotline Miami action figure.
The stuff Puppy Games are venting about here might not be the nicest thing to read, but the truth isn't always nice.
I knew that Michael Jackson was involved in Do The Bartman, but I did not know why The Simpsons movie was banned in Burma.
Progress is being made on the development of Vagante, and you can download a free demo.
The game with such a beloved multiplayer is far from perfect, and glitches are everywhere.
Everyone knows Nic Cage makes everything better. Halo is no exception.
Playing Elite: Dangerous, a PC based space-sim, has turned Kirk into "that VR guy". You know the kinds of people we mean.
Nothing quite spoils the illusion like an almost hilarious glitching ghost-lady.