Ahead of it's release next week, Ubisoft have very kindly given us gamers another look at Child of Light with this behind the scenes video. Any fan of Japanese-style RPGs should definitely have a look, if you haven't already.
Really3D's minimalistic, silly recreation of the iconic Game of Thrones opening might be a joke, but looking at the precisely scaled models, you must admit it probably still took him a lot of time to do this.
Evolve, the next game by Left 4 Dead developers Turtle Rock Studios, looks fantastic. And while you can't try the co-op shooter just yet, you can see how an Evolve match plays out from any perspective you'd like in this interactive trailer.
Canadian music artist Avril Lavigne released her latest music video for her song, "Hello Kitty," which was allegedly pulled down from YouTube shortly after its initial release, and the whole affair has some people up in arms claiming it's racist. It's really not.
Shame we'll never actually play it. These sections of Resident Evil 2's opening moments were recreated in the style of Resi 4's over the shoulder camera by YouTuber Rod Lima using assets from the Wii's Darkside Chronicles.
Super-early gameplay footage from the Outcast HD reboot. And I do mean super early—it's basically the old game models in the new engine, with zero special effects. Still, looks promising! Video within.
I hate being in the ocean. Shallow beaches, I can handle, but the deep sea terrifies me more than spiders, snakes and birds who can talk put together. So a game where you do nothing but drown in open water is not my Game Of The Year candidate.
You can collect spaceship parts in GTA V. You can even spot some UFOs in-game, if you play your cards right. But now modders have found a way to make spaceships actually playable in GTA V, which is amazing.
What sounds like something from a Spider-Man comic/movie/game is actually going to be featured in Watch Dogs. An eight-legged ultra-destructive arachnid-inspired tank. We dare you to watch it in action and not think it looks incredible
League of Legends has more than it's fair share of jerk-like behaviour. One player has now come out with a (sort-of) rap documenting the love/hate relationship he has for the game. Do you think he's correct?