Official Xbox Magazine's propaganda posters for the console war are amusing new takes on British wartime classics.
Demos for EA games on the Xbox One store were £3.99 in the UK this morning, but it was apparently a technical error.
Every Fourth of July, I like to reflect on the most American game ever made—so American, in fact, that it could only be made in Japan.
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I don't understand the world I live in anymore.
Pokémon Art Academy, which is released in the UK today, can help you improve your artistry skills — as long as you're drawing on the 3DS anyway.
"Extreme" reselling causes Oculus to suspend sales of the Rift to China.
While we wait to see what Peter Dinklage's "updated" Destiny VO sounds like Bungie are teasing a few new panoramas of the game's locations. In short: it's pretty.
After teasing he was returning to games it looks like Bleszinski's given the game away with a T-shirt.
The Onion's Elder Scrolls Online character creation skit imagines a world where you can craft a character at a cellular level. If you could, would you?
Production Company Tool wanted a slick virtual reality demo to take to the Cannes Lions Advertising Festival.
Even with a knife in your neck, you know that Ezio wishes you nothing but the very best in the afterlife. As this video proves.