Developer From Software is making Dark Souls 2 just for the fans. That means it's going to be just as difficult as ever.
Your friends can come into your game, hack your character, and steal your data.
Relic's developers visited Russia to experience the cold winter for themselves. That shows through in the gameplay.
Saints Row IV takes your gang banger out of the mean streets and into the Oval Office, and then throws in alien invasions, dubstep guns, super powers, and optional nudity. And then it totally goes off the chain.
Though much improved over its GDC appearance, a hands-on playthrough of Eidos Montreal's new Thief reboot shows it hasn't quite mastered the art of the steal. Yet.
Lego Marvel Super Heroes carries the Lego-game torch of clever parody mixed with geek-worthy team-ups from across the Marvel Universe, but the gameplay itself feels too gentle for most grown-ups.
The new Skylanders can jump and change body parts. Will that be enough to fend off Disney?
Gamers will see some cool demos of the long-awaited game from Bungie this week.
Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag still assigns you targets for deletion, but its seamless, open world and pirate setting make for assassination missions unlike any in the franchise's history.
Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag fully commits to its golden-age-of-pirates setting, and that makes it a very different Creed.
The lead writer for Assassin's Creed IV tells us about the decisions behind the ship combat and new pirate character.
Gameplay changes like the "power toss" will give you more ways to clear your lawn.
Guns that shoot underwater? The sub-surface firefights in Call of Duty: Ghosts might require a huge suspension of disbelief, but the technology itself is very real, and has been since the '70s.
South Park: The Stick of Truth brings its scatological brand of satire to the video-game arena intact and indistinguishable from its television counterpart.
Putting Microsoft's premiere shooter franchise on a mobile platform might sound like the Holy Grail, but Halo: Spartan Assault runs the risk of becoming the world's first throwaway Halo game.
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Developer Ubisoft Montpellier made the most out of the unfortunate delay of Rayman Legends and has packed the game full of extra content.
It seems improbable that the developer behind high-profile games like DmC: Devil May Cry would try its hand at a mobile, touch-screen brawler, but it did, and its talent for the genre shows.
The horror, the horror. This will remind you a lot of Resident Evil, but its creators say they will throw in original twists.
Machine Games is layering an actual story on top of a traditional Nazi ass-kicking shooter.