There are no secrets any more. If it exists someone will tweet it. Like this Assassin's Creed Unity Pre-order mission, Chemical Revolution.
Today on our other sites, Gizmodo UK reckons that 4K is the next dumb format war, a guru whose followers claim he's just meditating REALLY hard may actually be dead, and the week's best iPhone, iPad and Android apps are laid out for your perusal. Meanwhile on Lifehacker UK, there's a diet to beat jet lag, a list of the top 10 essential Windows apps, and the launch of #worksmarteruk, an initiative designed to save us all time on everyday stuff.
You've heard of Dwarf Fortress: a near mythic world building roguelike. After 12 years in development Bay 12 Games still call it a 'work in progress' and now it's getting its first update in 2 years.
It still makes me excited when I see modders pushing the limits of StarCraft II's Galaxy Editor, an editor which is basically designed to make new maps or mini-games
The open-world racer will come to both Xbox 360 and Xbox One.
After weeks of teasing from series co-creator Ed Boon, today the name of the next game in the legendary fighting game series has been revealed: Mortal Kombat X.
With a little redesign, Final Fantasy characters would make pretty cool Pokémon trainers. You just have to find the matching Pokémon for them.
Having taken on Homefront when THQ imploded, Crytek has turned it into a free-roaming guerilla warfare FPS. I’m intrigued.
Some NPCs just stand in the middle of busy cities, and besides getting one or two pointless items from them, their presence is absolutely unnecessary. Wowcrendor collected ten of the most useless ones in his latest video.
Chart Track reports Watch Dogs' has smashed the UK's "week 1 sales record for new IP". Despite all the PC and Uplay fun it's still been a record breaker.
The Tales of Festivals event was full of voice actor interviews, in-character skits, music from the series—and to cap it off, the results of this year’s Tales popularity polls were revealed to the 10,000-plus fans in attendance.
This tiny scene from Bioshock is the work of Andy Jarosz who recreated the location at 1/26th scale using a variety of model making tricks and a 3D printer.
In case you were wondering what was going to happen to all those ET cartridges pulled out of the landfill, some of them are going to be sold by the city commission.
If it's happening in Asia, it must be true, right? Like the Chinese kid who scribbled on his dad's passport. Cute, sure, but it sure seems it could be a hoax.
Mostly because it doesn't actually shoot anything. It's just a life-size replica. One that brings the N7 Valiant sniper rifle out of the game series and into the real world.