You'll find things when you explore the disease-destroyed world of The Last of Us. Some of those things—weapons and ammo and other items that you need to survive the game's post-apocalypse—will be physical. Other discoverables will come in the form of information, like the fact that Ellie—the 14-year-old girl that…
Count yourselves lucky, Gears of War lovers. Unbeknownst to you, one of the most annoying enemies in Epic Games' sci-fi shooter franchise could have gotten even more aggravating. I've seen it in action and, guys, we're lucky this thing hasn't made it past the testing stage.
Game of Thrones has always opened itself up to some creative cosplay, but this one really takes the cake. Not only does it capture two characters from the books, it immortalizes one of the most iconic moments from the second book/season.
I'd never seen a Muppet operated in person until Friday at Hasbro's San Diego Comic-Con booth. In my heart and in my mind I still have never seen a Muppet operated in person — I just saw Super Grover.
At Comic-Con today, another two (three?) playable characters were revealed for the roster of PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale—Cole McGrath, from inFamous, and Jak and Daxter from, well, Jak and Daxter.
The "Legendary Edition" Halo 4 console bundle, outed on Thursday, was officially revealed yesterday at Comic-Con. What we didn't know is that it'll have some Halo 4-themed controllers sold separately.
Let's see: Voices in his head? Crude humor? Breaking the fourth wall? Swearing? High Moon and Activision are sending a very strong message that the Deadpool video game, just announced at San Diego Comic-Con, has everything a fan of the character will want. Really, though, is that Nolan North voicing Deadpool?
With two high demand show exclusives on the floor and a giant Pinkie Pie on the floor, My Little Pony is a major force at San Diego Comic-Con this year. Will Hasbro use this power for good, or for evil?
After relaxing with a $2.50 cookie and a $4.00 Coke at the back corner of hall A at San Diego Comic-Con, be sure to stop by the expansive booth of indie developer Exploding Rabbit, the makers of the ever-interesting Super Mario Bros. Crossover. Try to get there before the battery power runs out.
If you're a little magical fairy and you've got to navigate the sweaty crowds of comic-con, you're going to have to be assertive. And there's really only one way to do that:
Gazillion Entertainment has been bugging me to try out their upcoming free-to-play Marvel Heroes MMO for months now. If they had just come out and told me it was Marvel Diablo, I would have gotten around to it much sooner.
My first Comic-Con has been a blur. Things to see, play and write about have dominated my time in San Diego but one moment yesterday brought back into sharp focus why I love the transformative power of pop culture.
Remember Watchmen: The End Is Nigh? A movie tie-in game that looked improbably good for a downloadable and then wound up playing like the most uninspired crap? That experience made me skeptical about the Expendables 2 video game.
This is the face that has haunted my dreams since Wednesday's preview night at the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con. It is a face that has weathered eons, wandering the cosmos; sating it's endless hunger.
So maybe Fall of Cybertron Grimlock isn't your cup of tea. I can understand that. Some people just don't understand that a killer robot that turns into a t-rex is the coolest it gets without throwing in a unicorn. For that special breed I present the rest of the Transformers toys Hasbro was showing off at Comic-Con…
The greatest thing about LEGO's presence at ay big exhibition is seeing fans young and old fooling around with bricks with gigantic smiles on their faces. The second greatest thing? Giant LEGO Hulk, Darth Maul, Hobbits and grey wizards.
In the latest Transformers video game, you'll get to control Autobots and Decepticons battling it out as their home planet dies all around them. The new multiplayer modes coming to Fall of Cybertron are pretty intense.
Before I came to the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con I had two one-year-old boys. Now I have ideas. So many ideas.