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It’s been so long since we last saw Final Fantasy Versus XIII that Square-Enix dropped the “XIII” entirely in favor of a slightly bigger number.
Redbox Instant, Flixster, and other apps are heading to PlayStation consoles soon.
Dead Rising 3 retains the previous game’s open-world levels, but it also apparently comes with a nifty new feature: no load times.
The Xbox One uses SmartGlass for a second-screen experience with a smartphone or tablet.
Insomniac CEO Ted Price introduced Sunset Overdrive with a stylish trailer filled with tons of shooting and alien-like monsters, describing it as an “open world shooter” with “inspired” world events.
Naughty Dog takes on the apocalypse with The Last of Us, a mature game that tells an intimate tale that’ll leave you guessing until the very end.
Dust 514 is a bold experiment that unites a free-to-play shooter with the nefarious universe of the massively multiplayer online game Eve Online. The good news: It works. The bad news: It can feel a little boring.
To celebrate Diablo III’s first year, Blizzard compiled a bunch of fun player stats into an infographic. Who knew you could lose some (infinitesimal amount of) weight by playing an action-RPG?
Xbox One’s Xbox Live online service will allow gamers to access their games, movies, and save files from anywhere.
Last Light’s post-apocalyptic Moscow is a terrifying experience filled with mutants, enemy soldiers, and ghosts. It’s also one of the best looking games out there for the PC.
Deadpool says the darndest things.
The three PC games have a similar premise: Take Minecraft’s block-building gameplay and add plenty of guns and explosions. We dove into each one to see just how different they are from one another.
The fictional cult of the Epsilon Progam — a clear parody of the Church of Scientology — appears to make its return in Grand Theft Auto V.
What do Donkey Kong, The Legend of Zelda, Mario & Luigi, and Animal Crossing have in common? They’re all a part of Nintendo’s spring and summer library for the 3DS. Here’s what you need to know about each of them.
Om Nom is back in ZeptoLab’s third Cut the Rope game. This time, the lovable green pet has brought along some of its ancestors to the feeding frenzy, as well as a new season of its popular animated series.
Editor’s Pick Both professional gaming teams and Ubisoft hope that ShootMania Storm becomes a staple at e-sports tournaments around the world.
Developer Firaxis Games is usually known for serious strategy titles like XCOM and Civilization. So what the heck are they doing on iOS with ghouls, goblins, and vampires?
More than 100 Marvel characters are playable in TT Games’ Lego version of the famed superhero universe.
We spent some time playing with both Android-powered microconsoles at the 2013 Game Developers Conference. Here’s how they stack up.
MekTek Studios resurrects a long-dormant franchise with the help of Unreal Engine 4 and e-sports.
Turbine takes a break from its MMO duties with Infinite Crisis, a multiplayer online battle arena game that throws in parallel versions of famous DC superheroes like Batman and Wonder Woman.
Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima has finally stopped all the teasing and revealed what game Kojima productions is really working on. He also showed off the new Fox engine that powers it.
Among Sony’s sizable offering of indie games at GDC were a handful of competitive titles that redefine the meaning of head-to-head multiplayer.
Characters Daryl and Merle Dixon venture into the realm of video games with The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct, but technical problems and frustrating design decisions mar what could’ve been a thrilling experience.
What happens when you combine super-powered luchadores, Dia de los Muertos, and platforming mazes reminiscent of Super Metroid? Well, you get something like Guacamelee!
In the last day of our week-long giveaway contest, we offer two games for your Nintendo devices: one for the Wii U and one for the 3DS.
It’s day six of our week-long giveaway contest, and we’ve got two more games up for grabs: Retrovirus for the PC (via Steam) and Dollar Dash for Xbox Live Arcade.
It’s day five of our week-long giveaway contest, and we’ve got two more eShop games for the 3DS: Gunman Clive and Brain Age: Concentration Training!
Kratos returns for the fourth time to consoles with God of War: Ascension. He may seem a little less angry than before, but that doesn’t stop him from tearing mythological monsters apart.
It’s day four of our week-long giveaway contest, and we’ve got two codes for Urban Trial Freestyle.
Main characters Isaac Clarke and John Carver return in this disturbing epilogue to Dead Space 3.
Fear not, PC gamers, we haven’t forgotten about you. For the third day of our week-long giveaway contest, we’ve got Steam codes for The Cave and Super House of Dead Ninjas!
In the second day of our week-long giveaway contest, we have codes for two very unusual games for your 3DS.
We’re kicking off another week-long giveaway contest! Today, we have codes for two games from the PlayStation Store.
GamesBeat interviews writers Rob Auten and Tom Bissell about the story in Gears of War: Judgment, on what they think about the series’ “dude-bro” image, and who their favorite new character is.
I wasn’t too excited about the prospect of a fourth Gears of War, but a few new features leave me hopeful that Judgment may be worth playing after all.
Insomniac Games says it’ll be the best four-player co-op shooter when it releases later this year. After overcoming Fuse’s steep learning curve, I’m almost convinced that it may be right.
Two Tribes’ conscious decision to remove any form of text started out as an economical solution, but it soon turned into a tricky design challenge.
With no guns or deaths, it can take some time to get used to Lego City: Undercover’s non-violent approach on open-world crime games.