Christmas has come and gone, but there’s still time to celebrate and spread some cheer. SantaCorps is an arcade flight sim and present delivery game by Ethan Redd all about zipping around and giving gifts. Fast and cheerful, it’s this week’s indie pick.
There was a period of time when every December I’d start up another playthrough of Mega Man Legends. It’s not a Christmas-y game by any stretch. And it’s not something I originally got as a present either. For whatever reason it just seemed to fit, helping me take a step back and appreciate the end of the year by…
Christmas came early to Call of Duty: WWII. Activision launched the Winter Siege event on December 8, letting soldiers toss around snow globes and enjoy a little holiday R&R.
Jason Yang is a musician and composer who live streams on Twitch, taking song requests to play on his violin, keyboard, and nose. Pulling up a Super Mario World video, Yang nose-whistles the game’s overworld theme.
Robbie Daymond, the voice behind Prompto from Final Fantasy XV, helped make one little girl’s Christmas extra special by recording a personalized greeting for her as one of her favorite characters.
There are hardcore Destiny players, and then there is Redditor jagger393939, whose incredible wife built him a WORKING GJALLARHORN. It shoots nerf darts and plays the Gjallarwing honking noise.
In games as in life, it’s not a great idea to complain about Secret Santa presents.
The shadow of the Shinra Corporation Headquarters is much less oppressive now that Second Life’s long-running Final Fantasy VII role-playing sim is lit with holiday cheer. But do the residents of Midgar’s slums know it’s Christmas?
Some store associates at the Best Buy in Valley Stream, New York took it upon themselves to purchase a Wii U for one of their customers after seeing him come in on most days to play Smash Bros. on the display version of the console located in the store’s game section.
They say you never know what you’re going to get when you put up a monster for a blind trade within Wonder Trade, but let’s be real, nine times out of ten, you’ll be sent low-level garbage. For the holiday season, benevolent Pokémon fans want to make sure Wonder Trade ups its game, though.
As people around the world fill garbage cans and dumpsters with discarded bits of colorful paper, we take a look back at the wonderful things we gave and got during the 2015 holiday season. In other words, what’d ya get? I’ll go first.
Christmas is all about spending time with family and friends. But when you get bored of those family and friends, why not play some video games?
In Fallout 4, not only is Santa Claus real, he wears a damn Power Armor suit. Because of course he does.
If you’re thinking of giving someone an Xbox, PlayStation, Wii U, 3DS, Vita, or iPad this Christmas, there’s something you can do to sweeten the deal even more for the recipient: download every update for the console first.
As many of us get excited to find brand new games under our trees this weekend, it’s worth looking back at what happened last year, when some jerks tried to ruin Christmas for everyone.
Last week I tasked our lovely community with dressing up their favorite video game images for the holidays. There are many wonderful entries besides Christmas Tree Pyramid Head, but come on—it’s Christmas Tree Pyramid Head.
Thanksgiving is over, and you all know what comes next—a Photoshop contest involving decorating your favorite gaming images for Christmas.
A mysterious Christmas gift. A disappointed-looking man. These were the gifts I gave our image manipulating community last week. What they've given us is in return is pure holiday magic.
The only thing more fun than receiving holiday gifts is... I'm going to go with giving them here, for the sake of not sounding like a monster. But a close second is telling everybody about the presents you secured during the winter festivities. I'll go first!
'tis the season, and Kickstarter's game dev community is making sure none of us forget it. In the past weeks, they've been sending out holiday wishes with their project updates, sometimes including some rather nice art.