Two Victorian gentlemen take to the stars in this interesting-looking puzzle-adventure called 39 Days To Mars.
Sadly, "Hat_Dogs" is not an addon for Watch Dogs or Team Fortress 2, but an impressive piece of editing.
This is how Snake would handle things in real life.
Forget banning - in Japan, cheaters are facing criminal charges for cheating.
You might have missed the League Of Legends Championship Series selling out Wembley last weekend because almost exactly no one reported on it. Check out the pictures if you want to see what arena sized gaming looks like.
Listen up, composers and music lovers: Following last year's KORG M01D, Detune will be bringing the new KORG DSN-12 synthesizer to the Nintendo 3DS eShop in September.
Yesterday we got to see Impa in action. Today, it's Princess Zelda's turn to show off her ass-kicking ability in the upcoming Zelda hack & slash game, Hyrule Warriors.
New game modes, burn cards, weapon and bug fixes - there's quite a lot on the way in the next patch so you should probably get up to speed.
From the inside I might add. The latest trailer for the shooter shows what happens when you get eaten and involves trying to fight your way out. Largely by, let's say hammering at the back door.
The best conspiracy theory in gaming this week just might be that Valve fixed the game they built around their infamous Steam Summer Sale. Or the community figured out how to rig it themselves.
During the PS1 and PS2 era the UK was dominated by PlayStation - but can it ever happen again? Keza talks it over with Sony's UK boss.
Don't people check this kind of stuff?
That is the thought of Chris Jager, a Lifehacker Australia Journalist. What if he's right?
Tron, League of Legends and Redheads: Joon Ahn, who has previously worked at Lucasarts and at Disney on the excellent Tron: Uprising, is now a senior concept artist at League of Legends developers Riot Games.
Loads of people who made STALKER - and Metro 2033 - are off to make a new game that's a lot like STALKER, it just isn't called that.
The proceeds of which are being split between charity, the artist and his record label.