We'll have tennis and dirt-biking in Grand Theft Auto V, but can we not also have a dragon that breathes fire while someone (the dragon?) does the Skyrim Fus-Roh-Dah shout?
The slow summer is over! Today, we've got three reviews of three major video games. Two of them, you may have heard of. The third is a pleasant surprise.
Apogee Software's mid-'90s cult-classic first-person shooter Rise of the Triad is coming back, with the help of the Danish studio that remade Duke Nukem 3D. The new Rise of the Triad will be developed by Interceptor Entertainment and Apogee and will be out as PC download through Steam later this year.
"The name's Preacher. I fight wars. I'm a Warfighter." And then he leaps through the title screen dual-wielding machine guns. Sadly this does not happen in the single-player story trailer for Medal of Honor: Warfighter.
Telltale's masterful (so far) episodic Walking Dead game will be coming to Apple devices this Thursday, according to a post on the company's blog.
Earlier this year a visit to Epic Games in North Carolina inspired me to forever etch a combat-ready green rabbit on my person. The art I used as reference for the vibrant tattoo was created by independent animator turned game developer Don Dodrill, the man behind the unbelievable 2009 XNA Dream Build Play competition…
The virtual version of Sylvester Stallone that you'll see in this trailer for Ubisoft's movie-based co-op shooter looks… waxy. But in a good way, as if he's left the petty frailties of human flesh behind long ago. The Expendables 2 will hit PSN on July 31st, and Xbox Live and PC download stores on August 17th. Get…
Despite some vague-ish comments from Valve that this wasn't the case, a video turned up on the Payday: The Heist YouTube channel indicating that Valve is working in some capacity with PayDay developers Overkill on something called No Mercy, which will explore the origins of the zombie virus from Left 4 Dead. The…
You may have already seen the captivating gameplay demo for Assassin's Creed III last week. Awesome, wasn't it?
As the Beenox representative controlling The Amazing Spider-Man during the game's E3 2012 presentation launched Peter Parker off the top of a tall building in virtual New York City, my stomach heaved sympathetically.
Dear Devil May Cry fans: know that I am one of you, for the most part. A guy who played DMC1 gleefully, suffered through 2, was comforted by 3 and ignored 4. So let me declare that I think there's nothing to worry about with the upcoming DMC reboot. You jump, shoot and slash with style.
Fans eager to touch start fighting free battles for their EVE Online masters get their chance during the June 29 DUST 514 premiere weekend event. The beta details drop along with new info on the DUST 514: Neocom Vita application and some PlayStation Home crap.
All kinds of vegetative devastation happens to the Big Apple in EA's upcoming threeequel. We've already gotten a preview of the new mechanics and weapons of the Cryek-developed FPS but these new screens show even more detail than before.
In the futuristic 2025 setting of Call of Duty: Black Ops II, the United States has become locked in a second Cold War with China due largely to a shortage of rare earth elements, which are vital in the creation of a lot of the technology and advanced military hardware we use today.
It would take a lot to ruin game powerful enough to make me write what is essentially fan fiction in my review of the PC version. Looks like CD Projekt just didn't apply themselves enough to failing. Jerks.is a game that is desperate for people to describe it as 'adult' and 'mature', ideally while using words…