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.
Lego City: Undercover is a fast-paced game full of exploding cars, chase scenes, and even prison breaks. But it's rated E and is virtually non-violent. No, seriously.
Will monetization strategies really eliminate single-player games?
8 fan-made GTA V trailers should help ease the pain of an 8 month wait for the game to release. Minecraft, Lego bricks, Battlefield 3, old GTA games, Mario, and the real-life streets of Rio De Janeiro. They're all represented here.
I'm not a member of the NRA. But if I were, I'd cancel my membership immediately. Violent games are not to blame for the Newton tragedy, and they won't make anyone more proficient with firearms.
It's hard to believe that Grand Theft Auto IV was considered a superb-looking game just four years ago....
Everyone has a list of really important games they just haven't played, so we tricked some of the most influential people in the industry into revealing their piles of shame.
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.
Papo & Yo isn't the first game to feature graffiti, but its style and influences are uniquely Latin American.
Gamers could be playing the next Grand Theft Auto by next spring, analysts agree.
Films based on video games usually disappoint due to terrible casting choices. We provide a list of actors who are dead ringers for some of our favorite characters.
The game technology and development company responsible for the tech in titles like Star Wars: The Force Unleashed and Max Payne 3 is coming to America.
Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition became the most-played Xbox Live Arcade title in the first week of its release. Turns out digging for mono-colored boxes is actually fun.
Fact: Max Payne shoots more rockets out of the air than Nathan Drake falls off of stuff.
The PC version of developer Rockstar Games' upcoming installment of the Max Payne series will take up 35GB of free space on on your hard drive when it launches on May 29, according to system requirements released today. Here's how that compares to some other big PC titles.