Game On, the video game history exhibition that explores why we love games, has finally made its way to Japan. It’s an impressive collection of games and systems—from arcades to home consoles and everything in between. But the best part? Over 120 of them are playable.
While PC and potentially console gamers wait patiently for the biggest name in hack-and-slash dungeon crawlers to deliver its number three, Gameloft announces the third installment of one of the smallest: Dungeon Hunter III.
After countless attempts to bring limbless platforming wonder into the 3D world, creator Michel Ancel returns to knock Rayman down a plane and craft one stunner of a 2D platformer in Rayman Origins.
Betrayed by the only people he trusts and hunted by the police, the beautifully bald and barcoded Agent 47 navigates a vast conspiracy in Hitman: Absolution, the latest adventure for IO Interactive's killer-for-hire.
After a week or so of vigorous teasing, Ubisoft finally lifts the curtain on Assassin's Creed Revelations, the third and final chapter in the Ezio trilogy, coming to the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC this November.
Who would win in a fight, Zeus or Anubis? Hi-Rez Studios, the creators of Global Agenda and the upcoming Tribes: Ascend are taking a divine stab at the defense of the ancients genre with Smite, full-on arena battles between mythical gods.
It's been six years since the last time Rebellion took us to the high perches of World War II Europe in Sniper Elite. I'd say it's high time for another, wouldn't you?
We've still got a day left until April Fools, so we're going to have to take Majesco seriously when they announce the return of their half-vampire, half-supermodel heroine this summer in the 2D side-scrolling platformer BloodRayne: Betrayal.
Avalanche Studios unveils Renegade Ops, a downloadable vehicle-based action game with up to four-players battling to save the world from terrorists. Renegade Ops is coming to the PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3 later this year from Sega.
The original Dungeons & Dragons-flavored first-person dungeon crawler makes its current-generation debut on the PlayStation Network this spring, as XSEED Games brings Japan's Wizardry: Labyrinth of Lost Souls to North America and Europe.
Following up on the compelling-yet-flawed Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions, Activision once again taps developer Beenox to handle the next Spider game, with a grand reveal slotted during a panel at next month's Wondercon in San Francisco, with some very special guests.
The squad-based shooting action of Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six series finally makes it to the iPhone and iPod Touch, as Gameloft releases Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Shadow Vanguard, complete with three-player online co-op play.
From Sega and Puzzle Pirates studio Three Rings comes Spiral Knights, a colorful, candy-coated, free-to-play online multiplayer PC adventure to the center of a strange alien planet.
The prevalence of helicopters in Call of Duty: Black Ops could lead to uncontrollable cravings for a game that features only helicopters. Do these screens of Apache: Air Assault satisfy the craving?
505 Games is bringing Russian developer Biart Studio's underwater third-person shooter to the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, and while the concept is intriguing, the name could probably use a little work.
Oh it's on. After several months' worth of pre-season play, Riot Games is ready to kick things into high gear with next week's launch of League of Legends' first official competition season, complete with ladders, ranked games, and draft mode.
Evolution Studios brings MotorStorm to the Bay Area of California in MotorStorm Apocalypse, making urban areas suitable for off-road racing the only way the makes sense — total destruction.
Obsidian Entertainment takes on yet another action role-playing game sequel in Dungeon Siege 3, with series creator Chris Taylor on board as an advisor, helping oversee the franchise's console debut.
Why does it always have to be mummies? Bigpoint is bringing Brendan Fraser-powered film franchise The Mummy online, with a massively multiplayer online game due out in winter 2010.
With fans eagerly awaiting the retro Sonic 4, Sega pulls back the curtain on Sonic Colors, a brand new adventure for the Nintendo Wii and DS, heading our way by the end of 2010. Check out the reveal trailer!