Telltale's The Wolf Among Us has always had a tricky task: tell a story with a theoretically infinite number of famous characters, based on a comic series that not all of its players have read, and keep things reasonably focused and coherent.
The security flaw known as "Heartbleed" could be the worst thing that's ever happened to the internet. Whether or not you're spooked by it, some people are already taking measures. Like...renaming their games on Steam.
By using your own custom-built Titanfall Eject Button. It's not just one of those big red buttons you can buy everywhere, but one that was created and programmed for one purpose only: To help you leave your Titan in the coolest way possible.
If you're short on time, the short version: you control the construction of a flying space station by cobbling together pieces of space junk, repurposing them into living quarters, propulsion systems and the like.
The newest teaser for Wolfenstein: The New Order shows even more of just how terrible life would be if the Nazis won World War II. We get glimpses of the torture and detention camps that the Reich employs and a good look at the resistance fighters led by B.J. Blazkowicz. Some of the game's weapons get glory shots, too.
Episode three of The Wolf Among Us is out this week, developer Telltale says—it released yesterday on PS3, PC, and Mac; and it's out today on Xbox 360 (and on PSN in Europe). iOS comes later this week.
Ubisoft's big open-world racing game - announced at E3 last year - will be out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC this fall, the company said today. Set in the relatively mean streets of North America, The Crew requires an internet connection to play. New gameplay footage within.