You can call it Transformers: Fall of Cybertron all you want. This brief teaser for the trailer airing during the Spike TV Video Game Awards shows who the star of this show really is.
Did you think the ending of Limitless was too neat and tidy? Did you think Bradley Cooper got off too lightly after spiraling down the rabbit hole of brain-enhancement drugs and superdickery?
Jaap is sixty six years old. He's retired. He likes gardening. Oh, and Battlefield.
While frantically escaping through this factory inside the Aperture Science testing facility, I stopped to enjoy these robots making sentry turrets then boxing them up for sale. I want one for my own.
Sure hope not! Because instead of people having sexy sex, this clip features people making awkward video game, movie and comic book references.
In Taiwan, an inflatable Android robot was enlisted to promote the Sony Xperia Play cell phone. But it wasn't just any inflatable robot, it was a dancing inflatable robot.
Not only does this trailer feature gameplay of Super Street Fighter IV for the Nintendo 3DS, it also details how Tag Mode for the game will work.
A young and mischievous Mickey Mouse paints his way into trouble in Wii game Epic Mickey's opening cinematic. Disney says this this part one, and hopefully there's more to come.
Zangief proves once and for all that even goat-horned, laser-shooting dinosaurs are no match for the Red Cyclone. A compilation video takes a look at Zangief pile-driving foes into submission over the years.
Street Fighter: Beginning's End is a fan film with amazing fight choreography, some tight special effects, better than normal Ken hair, and a terrifically bad sense of timing, releasing the same week as the Capcom-sanctioned Street Fighter Legacy.
Hollywood has tried for years to make a good movie based on a video game, and failed. May as well try making one based on an indie game, then!
Judging usually means playing around with early builds of an eclectic mix of games from unheard of developers, some of whom go on to have a very profound impact on the industry.
It's hard not to get excited about the return of American McGee's Alice.
The game is heavy on fancy helmets and scary music. In the game, the South Pole is covered by mysterious matter, and players are part of a crackerjack team sent to investigate - in that groovy outfit.
Nostalgia basically takes the same sort of airship travel as we've seen in earlier entries in the Final Fantasy series and countless other roleplaying games and pimps it out, letting the player customize weapons and take to the sky for airship battles. The look is similar, as is the music, but the combat is something…
2D arcade fighter BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger is coming to home consoles — soon!
The Fox talk show gathered together Atomic Games president Peter Tamte, game advisor Capt. Read Omohundro (retired), and Tracy Miller, a woman whose son was killed during the battle Six Days in Fallujah is based on. All three are very well-composed, reacting to questions with measured, logical answers. Tamte is on…
Ever wondered what the bottom of an avatar's shoe looks like? What about Dude Huge's shoe? How about Alexey Pajitnov's shoe or Bayonetta's? Don't worry we got you covered.