It’s time to settle the age old debate about whether Sonic was actually fun or just something we all pretended to like to piss off our friends.
The Fullbright Company’s long awaited follow-up to Gone Home arrives this week. In it you explore the mysterious interiors of a space vessel haunted by the extras from Tron. I’m sure it won’t be scary at all.
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.
Eleven years later, fans will once again be able to return to Final Fantasy XII’s vast, MMO-inspired fields and dungeons in HD and with a lot less jagged edges.
It’s the start of July and release schedule has gone on vacation. Unless awkward party games are your thing, in which case That’s You! has things covered.
Did you hear? The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is getting its first DLC this week, in case you already didn’t have enough to catch up on in that game.
Lawbreakers will officially launch on PlayStation 4 and PC August 8. Speaking during the PC Gaming Show at E3, Boss Key Productions’ Cliff Bleszinski said the price will be $29.99, “None of that $60 multiplayer-only bullshit.”
This week is E3, which means tons of games are getting announced and none of them are actually coming out, at least not right now.
Racing sequel Project Cars 2 will be released in North America on September 22 for Xbox One, PC and PlayStation 4. That doesn’t leave us much time to write about how pretty it is over and over again. Here’s the game’s E3 trailer. It’s nice.
June holds the bizarre distinction of being one of both the most and least exciting months in gaming. Players may be thrilled to discover all the news and details for upcoming games via E3, but chances are they won’t actually see many AAA titles launching.
Tokyo 42, Star Trek: Bridge Crew (for real this time), and a bunch of other stuff comes out this week. As Memorial Day marks the unofficial start of summer, it’s only fitting that release schedule starts winding down as well.
It’s been nearly four years since the game that looked like if Wind Waker had a baby with Ico was announced. How time flies!
Spring has arrived, and with it, a new slew of big releases. Here’s what to look out for from now until summer.
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: who do you think would win in a fight, Batman or Superman?
Rhythm violence game Thumper arrives on Nintendo Switch on May 18. The “best kind of rhythm game”comes with full HD rumble support on Nintendo hybrid console, running at a smooth 60 frames per second in both handheld (720p) and TV (1080p) modes.
Lego Worlds launches on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One today, slipping out of early access on PC as well. It’s pretty much Lego Minecraft, where players can join together online and build all the Lego stuff their little Lego hearts can dream up.
Following up on its remaster of the original Turok last year, Nightdive Studios is releasing the remastered Turok 2: Seeds of Evil for PC on March 16, with new enemies, weapons, levels and an online multiplayer mode. Prepare to be Cerebral Bored out of your skull.
Released in 2015 in Japanese arcades, Tekken 7 finally arrives on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC on June 2. Here’s a new trailer to celebrate knowing when we can play.