The StarCraft assassin Nova is free to play for everyone in Heroes of the Storm this week. Some call the prospect of playing every HOTS match against a perma-stealthed long-range sniper assassin “annoying.” I call it open season.
Whoa. We’ve been getting dribs and drabs of reveals for Marvel’s upcoming universal reboot over the past week, but it looks like the jackpot has just hit: Comics retailers across the world have received previews for 45(!) of Marvel’s new series, and it sounds like it’s a whole lot of crazy.
Across its handful of properties Blizzard has some of the most iconic characters in gaming. It's free-to-play MOBA Heroes of the Storm brings them all together, and now NECA's Heroes of the Storm action figure line is making toy collectors' dreams come true.
Is this the most insane television season for science fiction and fantasy fans ever? There are tons of new genre shows. But also, a surprisingly high percentage feel like they could be superb. Including killer comic-book shows, futuristic cop action, and supernatural sexiness. Here's our complete guide to fall TV.
First-person shooters suck on a mobile device, don't they? They're inaccurate, fidgety, uncomfortable...and just downright rage-worthy. Why would you even want to play Call of Duty on your iPhone anyway, right?
Though N.O.V.A. 3 doesn't escape the flaws of mobile first-person shooting entirely, it does a damn good…
Capcom's Phoenix Wright and Marvel's Richard Rider get a massive Ultimate Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 asset dump, just in time for the New York Comic-Con. Is there a Mega Man surprise in store for fans?
Mobile publisher Gameloft gets a lot of bad press for the way its games borrow visual and design cues from popular console titles. Its popular NOVA series, for example, is really HALO in all but name.
Fans combing over Capcom's website following the announcement of Ultimate Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 have unearthed eight new character images that could very well be the rest of the update's new lineup. Frank West? Iron Fist? Rocket Raccoon!? Yes, please.
Following their hit military-themed FPS iPhone app Modern Combat: Sandstorm, Gameloft reloads and sets its sites on an all new threat-aliens!-in sci-fi fragger N.O.V.A.
Publisher Gameloft is bringing Hal... err, N.O.V.A. to Apple's iPhone, a sci-fi first-person shooter that we're going to say is the developer's best clone of a wildly successful game to date.