Gamers wallets should feel a little lighter after today with not one but two big triple-A titles arriving in stores.
Those who like a grandiose adventure will want to train their spyglass on Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed IV: Black… Read More
When the first two Monday Night Football games kick off tonight on ESPN, a new opening montage will take a walk down memory lane and pay tribute to the past 40 years of MNF and pop culture events.
This montage will see the world of gaming and sports… Read More
There is a moment in Star Trek: The Video Game when a firefight with the Gorn leads to a door, and behind that door stands one of the game's Vulcan NPC characters calmly waiting for your arrival as if it… Read More
Tank! Tank! Tank! offers a straightforward tanks versus mechanized monsters concept rife with potential, only to squander it by dumbfounding controls and a progression scheme that abuses "been there, done that" like a pigeon dropping poop. It's simplistic, even for… Read More
It was bound to happen sooner or later. The folks at Capcom and Namco Bandai were destined to bring together their respective stable of fighting game characters for a game that, on paper, could be the greatest fighting game of… Read More
Have you ever wanted to play within the Studio Ghibli animated films? Developer Level-5 and legendary Studio Ghibli are collaborating on Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, a Playstation 3 exclusive fantasy adventure game that will be available… Read More
Soul Calibur 5 will invite players to build their own creatively imagined fighters to take on the game’s greats. With the new Character Creator tool, they’ll be able to get as serious or goofy as they want.
Namco Bandai has released… Read More
Namco Bandai has confirmed Soul Calibur V will be visited by Ezio from Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed franchise. Ezio will be a playable character in the upcoming sequel, and you can take a first look at him in action via the high resolution… Read More
One of the biggest knocks against Nintendo over the past two decades has always been the lack of third-party support on their home video game consoles. Just look at the Wii; it’s a souped up GameCube with fancy motion controls that helped… Read More
The first trailer for Namco Bandai’s gravity-challenged third-person shooter Inversion from developer Saber Interactive has arrived. There’s no actual gameplay in the cinematic trailer, but you do get an idea of how the game… Read More