The Wii U may be coming soon, but that won't distract Nintendo from making another full new game available on the 3DS eShop. Also, Mickey Mouse and the most important tool for any Pokémon trainer.
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Valve continues its march toward worldwide computer-game-based domination as it grants a small number of Linux users access to its popular digital distribution service.
It's a fairly slow week for the Nintendo Download, as the company adds a few 3DS demos and not much else. Also, there's a banana monster.
Valve expects the next update to include 10 more games and the service's first software titles, but isn't ready to announce any specifics.
You can return to the zombie-infested tropical paradise early next year, but if you preorder now, you can get some exclusive content.
Criterion returns to open-world racing for the first time since Burnout Paradise, and Need for Speed Most Wanted does a fine job maintaining that legacy ... even if it doesn't do very much that's new along the way.
This week, another full game comes to the eShop, a PC puzzler comes to the 3DS, and the world's most exciting presidential election comes to New Japan.
Nintendo's download report for the week of Oct. 18 reveals more full 3DS games available digitally on the eShop. Plus: fashion tips!
Borderlands 2 drops you into a barren desert for its first story-based DLC pack. Good thing you won't have a problem quenching your thirst ... for loot!
The free-to-play revolution finally hits Xbox Live, and while it might not be enough to topple Call of Duty, it could be the start of an exciting new trend in console gaming.
Sonic Adventure 2 (and all of its 10-year-old issues) comes to the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Will playing it again ruin your nostalgia for the Dreamcast era?
This week, the 3DS eShop makes paranoia fun, and an SNK fighting game joins the Wii's Virtual Console.
Sega and the developers at Arkedo are keeping the spirit of Bubsy and Earthworm Jim alive with Hell Yeah: Wrath of the Dead Rabbit.
Join us for a look back at the history of Midway's classic arcade collections.
Last week, two ArmA III developers were arrested in Greece. Now, Bohemia has released a statement defending them and their actions.
Nintendo is playing a little loose with its definition of a launch window, but you can still play all of these Wii U games within a few months.
Party Politics is a little like a presidential election combined with Bejeweled ... actually, that's exactly what it is.
Greek authorities claim that a pair of Bohemia Interactive employees were acting as military spies.
The first group of titles to make it through Steam Greenlight includes the long-awaited Half-Life remake and nine other community-approved games.
Starting later today, you'll be able to access Valve's TV-optimized version of Steam. Say goodbye to your desk chair.