It’s a great day to pick up a new DualShock 4, with multiple colors marked down to just $40 on Amazon.
We already have more awesome games than we can possibly play, so why not add a bunch more? Here’s all the big games coming out this summer.
Fighting games are complicated. That’s just a simple truth. As the genre has developed over the last few decades, franchises have become inundated with mechanics that both alienate newcomers and drive divisions between players. The makers of the upcoming game Fantasy Strike are trying to change that.
Injustice 2 packs a shockingly good story mode into a very fun fighting game, and you can already get it for $40 on Amazon, if you missed out on that price earlier in the month.
Update: The base game is also available for $15 on PSN, but you won’t get the Collector’s Edition fold-out map, guidebook, or soundtrack.
GTA V’s campaign is great, and its online mode is still incredibly active and constantly changing, so its no wonder that the game has been relatively immune from downward price pressure, even years after release. Today though, you can score a copy on PS4 or Xbox One for $30, the best deal we’ve seen.
You wouldn’t think that Fantasy Fantasy’s cacti enemies would have terrific tushies. Then again, you’ve probably never thought about their backsides.
Coming next year to PS4, Xbox One and PC, Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Strikers is a team-based online battler that files the many ninja of the Naruto-verse into four categories: attack, ranged, defense and healer—AKA rogue, wizard, warrior and cleric. Don’t worry, all of them kick and punch.
Sub-Zero, master of the Lin Kuei, joins the Injustice 2 roster today as the first Mortal Kombat guest character. With the Red Hood showing up last month, the only DLC character from the first “fighter pack” is Starfire. That’s called saving the best for last.
In last year’s Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age trailer, it looked like we’d be stuck with Vaan’s spray-on abdominals. But now it seems like we won’t. Thank goodness for that!
Prime Day heralds the arrival of some new game console deals if you’re in the market for a PS4 or Xbox One. Sorry, no deals on the Switch yet.
I haven’t completed the final battle in the Final Fantasy XIV Stormblood expansions’ main story line. The titular quest has been sitting in the top left corner of my screen for a week, and I’ve been doing everything I can to ignore it. I don’t want it to end.
Justin Wong is one of the greatest fighting game players of all time, and he proved that yet again by using a brand new character for the entirety of a Street Fighter V tournament in Canada this past weekend.
If you own a PS4, but don’t have a copy of Rocket League, it’s down to just $10 today on Amazon. Just be prepared to lose your job and forsake all of your most important relationships.
Uppercut Games, the Australian studio founded by a trio of former 2K developers, is taking players to a mysterious new domain in City of Brass, a first-person “rogue-lite” based on famous tales from Middle Eastern folklore.
What goes together better than Tekken and bowling? Nothing. Everything? I don’t know. Either way, fighting game characters bowling returns in Tekken 7's Ultimate Tekken Bowl DLC, coming in August.