When the first video we see of a game on launch day is a two minute montage of glitches captured within the first hour of gameplay, something’s not right.
Since last night PC fighting game fans have been able to download the first three gigs of Mortal Kombat X on Steam — and that’s all. Understandable frustration follows.
Following the tragic treasure chest explosion that decimated Ponyville, Gameloft is working on ways to keep their My Little Pony game from collapsing under the weight of the community.
When My Little Pony for iOS and Android launched earlier this month I could count my Gameloft Live friends on two hands. Now I have 500. They say you can never have too many friends. In my case, too many friends destroyed Ponyville.
I didn't play The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. To a role-playing game player like myself, that seems particularly wrong, but I just didn't feel like digging out all my Wii stuff and going through the motions.
Before Star Wars: The Old Republic's 1.1 patch went live early this morning, player-versus-player combat on the level 50 world of Ilum was slightly broken, with more players focusing on completing non-PVP goals than fighting. After patch 1.1 the zone has been transformed into an Imperial PVP wonderland.
The unveiling of Sony's Playstation Portable replacement, the NGP, came with one slick, game-packed video showing off a dozen or so games on the device.
I still think Sonic Free Riders for Kinect is a broken game. And I'm not alone. But it sounds like there is a whole other camp out there who haven't really had any problems with the game. So what gives?
Nintendo is warning players away from Metroid: Other M's potentially game-breaking locked door bug in Sector 3, but if it's too late for you and your save file, you're going to have to mail away for a fix.
Yesterday we reached out to Microsoft regarding reports from many readers that their Halo: Reach discs were causing a disc read error, making the newly launched game unplayable. Today Microsoft responds.
Why succumb to the high-pressure retail pitch for an extended service plan, when you can extended the warranty on your PlayStation 3 or PSP directly through Sony with the PlayStation Protection Plan?
The Nintendo support forums and our tips email alike are packed with reports that Wii system update 4.2 is doing horrible things to Wii consoles, and not just the modded ones.