Do you know that you can go to the movies in Grand Theft Auto V’s massive world? Yep. We even found a San Andreas film critic to tell you what you should watch.
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Virtual-soccer juggernauts FIFA 14 and Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 are facing off for the honor of being this year’s fittest footballing simulation. Who deserves the title?
If you have access to a Rift dev kit, here are four ways you can get the most out of your virtual-reality wonder goggles.
Even though Sonic Lost World features HD graphics and 3D gameplay, the title has a 16-bit soul.
Puppeteer injects the charm of a real-life marionette show into a side-scrolling platformer for all audiences.
EA Sports delivers a great game of virtual football, but it falls short in paying proper homage to its 25-year-old franchise.
The company that brought us the yellow first-down line from football telecasts hopes to make sports games more immersive.
EA Sports’ latest NCAA title plays a better game of college football, but it doesn’t bring enough distinct new features.
Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z brings unexpected humor and a hand-drawn art style to the slash-happy franchise.
EA Sports’ new Ignite engine aims to provide a versatile foundation for blockbuster franchises like FIFA soccer and Madden football.
Will Microsoft Studios’ new Killer Instinct recapture the gameplay that immortalized the fighting series?
Along with a slew of control tweaks, Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 features the Fox Engine, giving the game a whole new level of graphical fidelity.
Editor’s Pick According to Oculus VR CEO Brendan Iribe, the Rift virtual-reality headset can go far beyond gaming — such as replacing car brochures.
Sony countered Microsoft’s $499 Xbox One announcement with its own headline-grabbing PS4 pricing response.
Bethesda Softworks showcased new gameplay footage for the upcoming massively multiplayer role-playing title.
Greg Kasavin and Amir Rao from Supergiant Games revealed a new trailer for their latest title during Sony’s pre-Electronic Entertainment Expo press briefing.
People might be just talking about the upcoming PlayStation 4, but Sony has some new games for its scrappy current-gen console as well.
Insomniac Games’ first multiplatform foray explodes with fun, but the third-person shooter fails to make you care after you’re done pulling the trigger.
The latest entry in the Metal Gear franchise is a video game in all the hyperbolic, make-believe, stupid-fun sense of the term.
While Mass Effect 3: Omega has its good, trigger-happy moments, it doesn’t bring enough of the saga’s signature storytelling to the forefront.
Most players probably don’t know that Mass Effect 3’s latest single-player content pack, Omega, is out because they don’t care about the franchise anymore. And EA should do something about it.
The PlayStation Vita’s first Call of Duty title is a shaky recruit not capable of maximizing the portable’s firepower.
While Medal of Honor: Warfighter has some fun beneath its gritty fingernails, it fails as the military-shooter flag-bearer it wants to be.
Forza Horizon can’t help but feel like a slick, focus-group tested, tired-slang slinging effort at times. But thankfully, the sandbox racing game has a heart.
The latest entry in EA Sports’ massive football franchise, FIFA Soccer 13 is irritating and painful yet wonderful and nuanced, just like the sport it painstakingly emulates.
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 comes with impressive content, but the fighter needs new inspiration if it plans on remaining King of Iron Fist.
Square Enix’s Sleeping Dogs is a solid, mission-to-mission, open-world action experience. You’ll hurt a lot of thugs, drive a lot of cars recklessly, and work for a lot of shady characters — all while kicking and capping through a you’ll-see-everything-coming-by-a-mile storyline.
While EA Sports has continued its quantity-over-quality approach with NCAA Football 13, the title still provides a solid college football experience.