When My Little Pony for iOS and Android launched earlier this month I could count my Gameloft Live friends on two hands. Now I have 500. They say you can never have too many friends. In my case, too many friends destroyed Ponyville.
In today's mournful edition of Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter aw3str1k3r, early adopter and believer in Sony's latest handheld gaming system, commits his purchase to an early grave.
Nothing's worse than thinking you're going to get something cool at a certain time and finding out that there's going to be some sort of delay. Damn you, delays!
Square Enix's booth at E3 is going to be a total sequel fest this year, with new franchise entries for Final Fantasy, Tomb Raider, Dungeon Siege and Deus Ex. Are they bringing any games that aren't sequels, prequels, or reboots?
Was your original choice for an Xbox Live gamertag unavailable? Well check again! Microsoft has started reviving previously used and unavailable gamertags, so now's the time to recapture your former glory.
While Dead Rising fans are waiting for the first game's hero's triumphant return in Dead Rising 2's Case West expansion they can relive the glory days with Dead Rising Mobile starring Frank West. He's covered wars. We know.
In Bethesda's latest newsletter, a designer on Fallout: New Vegas spills details on the upcoming "Dead Money," the Xbox 360-exclusive DLC extension to Fallout: New Vegas due on Dec. 21.
We knew Rockstar Games was going to include a cooperative multiplayer gamers vs. zombies horde mode in the October 26 Red Dead Redemption expansion Undead Nightmare. Who knew they were going to make a poem about it? See/hear it here.
The second pack of downloadable content for Transformers: War for Cybertron drops today, with five new multiplayer maps and the addition of two new playable Cybertronian warriors: Zeta Prime and Dead End.
The latest episode of GameTrailers' Mythbusters-esque Pop Fiction series adds a few more nails in the coffin of Final Fantasy VII's flower girl.
Keiji Inafune is worried that you might think that Capcom doesn't want to work with Western game developers anymore, that the studio that made Mega Man, Street Fighter and Resident Evil would happily just back games made in Japan.
Earlier this month we flew ourselves out to Hawaii to soak in half a week's worth of news, hands-on time with games and interview opportunities with Capcom's top developers.
Players passing through an abandoned pool hall in Left 4 Dead 2's The Passing might catch a glimpse of the last words of a Capcom character who has covered wars, you know. Possible Dead Rising spoilers ahead?
Will you die now, or survive to die in the sequel? The suspense (and zombies) is killing us, as seen on Game Informer.
After much speculation and some not-so-subtle hinting, Valve has officially announced a Mac version of popular gaming service Steam coming in April, and its bringing Left 4 Dead 2, Team Fortress 2, Counter-Strike, Portal, and the Half-Life series with it.
At the ripe old age of 3, my Nintendo Wii has officially gone to join the celestial Wii Music choir. Let's hope it doesn't take drums.
Can't say the visuals in the trailer do much for me, and I've never really been a big fan of the House of the Dead series outside of the arcade versions, but I'm really digging the drive-in horror film vibe they've got going in the marketing. Not enough where I'd consider picking up the game, mind you, but I probably…
New York Times games journalist supreme Seth Schiesel looks back at the games of 2008, delivering accolades both coveted and undesired, leading to his game of the year - Grand Theft Auto IV.
I just spent some time playing Dead Rising on the Wii. Waiting in line, I was treated to one of the game's new additions: a new movie (you know, like the one that played if you left the title screen inactive on the 360 version). It was a zombie hardcore band, rocking out in front of a zombie hardcore crowd, like a…