Since 2010's Hydro Thunder Hurricane, developer Vector Unit’s been finding new ways to do what they do best: high-speed water-based racing. With Riptide GP: Renegade they’re taking a stab at adding depth and character. It’s about damn time.
Last month Microsoft announced fans would be able to apply their own style to the Xbox One’s new wireless controller, creating a custom design to have shipped to their door. Mine just arrived, and it’s even prettier in person.
The sleek-looking Xbox One S starts shipping next week, but if you want one, you may want to hold off. More options will be available later in the month thanks to a new set of bundles Microsoft announced today.
We Happy Few is a survival game set in an alternate 1960s Britain. Citizens of Wellington Wells take a drug called Joy to forget, to function. The game wears its BioShock influences on its puke-encrusted sleeve, but in its current state, it’s still got a ways to go before it can live up to its lofty potential.
Microsoft’s revealed what games Xbox Live Gold owners will get access to next month. As a bonus, it’s been juuust long enough for someone to convince themselves Beyond Good & Evil 2 is still in development.
We’ve heard rumblings that two of the best Marvel Comics console games were making a comeback, and now it’s confirmed. Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 1 and 2 are coming to current gen consoles and PC July 26.
You’re heading to the store to get an Xbox One right now, and need to know which games to get. Or you’re at work or in school, daydreaming about what you want to play next. Or maybe you’re suiting up for a battle in the console war, cinching on your armor and trying to remember which games will best help you make the…
As a video game aficionado, I often find myself staring at my consoles and wondering, "Why isn't this more real? Why isn't this more immersive? Why am I not bleeding right now?"
The Gardens & Graveyards mode in the upcoming Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare is an objective-based multiplayer mode in which the Zombies must capture Plants bases so we can watch five more minutes of gameplay footage from one of my most anticipated Xbox One games.
The Syrian Electronic Army, ostensibly a political activist group, must have had some downtime over the weekend, because instead of going after political opponents of the Syrian leadership they went and hacked one of Xbox's Twitter accounts.
Want to see something weird? Boot up NBA Live and make sure to install the latest roster update. Now select either the Miami Heat or Brooklyn Nets. Go out to the court, and LeBron James' player indicator now says "King James."
We're still in hibernation for major new releases, so our recap will again be more forward looking than focused on the present. Assassin's Creed Liberation gets a console release this week. More to come later.
All-new console. All-new Halo. And, according to this 343 Industries update, this is a look at an all-new slice of the Halo-verse. Loads of detail in there, eh?
Even if you're not a pro wrestling fanatic, you might be impressed by the insane deal the people behind World Wrestling Entertainment just announced since it's yet another sign that the old way that TV worked is dying fast.
While Microsoft generally lies low at CES, Xbox's Marc Whitten had a little chat with tech site Engadget, speaking about the kinds of things we can expect in the Xbox One's first major update.
That's what Bethesda's official site for the game says, at least, with listings for the next-gen platforms now displayed alongside those of the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC editions of the fifth Elder Scrolls game.
Alien: Isolation officially made itself known yesterday. If you caught a dated-looking vibe in the game's visuals, that's deliberate; Creative Assembly wanted to render the Alien universe as looked in the original 1979 film. You can get a better view of it in this video—but you won't see any of this on the Wii U.
Part of this teaser you're about to watch is live-action. Other parts are generated by an all-new bleeding-edge graphics engine. And, even if you can tell what's been recorded in reality and what's generated by software, you have to admit that the border between the two looks like it's dissolving.