Just because the holidays are coming up doesn't necessarily mean you have to get crazy gifts for everyone. What if you want a quality gift for a non-terrorizing price?
Never has the subtitle "Origins" been as appropriate as it is with Marvel Vs. Capcom: Origins, an online-enabled double-shot of Capcom's Marvel Super Heroes and Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes, coming September to Xbox Live and PlayStation Network.
Not everyone that purchases downloadable PC games does it because they prefer shopping at home. Some of them just hate discs and boxes. Maybe it's an environmental thing. Perhaps their father was killed by a DVD. Whatever the case, GameStop's in-store digital PC game purchase method is perfect for those types.
The downloadable HD remakes of Resident Evil 4 and Code: Veronica X look even better once you know that they're coming to Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network in North America and Europe in September for 20 bucks a pop.
There's no such thing as aging gracefully when you're Ezio Auditore. UbiWorkshop's animated tale, Assassin's Creed Embers, tells the tale of what happens when old age and old enemies start catching up with the master assassin.
While the brilliant and mostly dead scientific minds at Aperture Science aren't busy coming up with new ways for robots to kill you, they like to kick back and relax with a little testing music. Now you can too, with the first of three "downloadable aural stimulus packages" featuring the music of Portal 2.
TimeGate Studios' downloadable first-person shooter Section 8: Prejudice becomes the first Xbox 360 game to allow players to rent dedicated PC-hosted game servers. Fully configurable ranked and unranked servers for up to 32 players are now available through GameServers.com.
Avalanche Studios unveils Renegade Ops, a downloadable vehicle-based action game with up to four-players battling to save the world from terrorists. Renegade Ops is coming to the PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3 later this year from Sega.
The original Dungeons & Dragons-flavored first-person dungeon crawler makes its current-generation debut on the PlayStation Network this spring, as XSEED Games brings Japan's Wizardry: Labyrinth of Lost Souls to North America and Europe.
Final Fantasy stars battle once more when Dissidia Duodecim hits the PSP on March 22, but first Final Fantasy XIII's Lightning strikes out on her own in Dissidia Duodecim Prologus, the downloadable prologue that brings Aerith back to life, kinda.
What can a lone War-Mage do against a never-ending horde of orcs hell-bent on invading his castle? Quite a lot, actually. We'll find out for ourselves later this year, when Robot Entertainment releases its new action-strategy game, Orcs Must Die!
The Prince of Persia HD Collection is a European-exclusive Blu-ray collection of Ubisoft's original Prince of Persia collection remastered in high definition, but that doesn't mean North America won't be able to play them. We're just not getting the Blu-ray.
The penultimate chapter in Aksys Games' Bit.Trip saga opens on October 25, when rhythm-based on-rails shooter Bit.Trip Fate makes its WiiWare debut.
Is your sense of adventure gushing? NIS America's downloadable PSP game Cladun: This is an RPG! could be the sweet release you're looking for.
With the first three episodes downloaded more than 1.6 million times and a fourth episode on the way, the BBC reveals plans to continue the groundbreaking Doctor Who: The Adventure Games with a second season in 2011.
If ever a game begged to be controlled by a stick with a glowing ball on the end, it's Firemint's iPhone sensation Flight Control. Take a look at how the HD version for the PlayStation Move is shaping up.
In Bryan Lee O'Malley's Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, the hero has to fight his girlfriend's seven evil ex-boyfriends. In Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game, Scott and his friends have to fight The World.
Ubisoft's game adaptation of Bryan Lee O'Malley's six volume comic book series is now available on the PlayStation Network. We've played it for five minutes so the Xbox 360 owners can see what they're waiting until August 25 for.
EA files three new trademark registrations for Syndicate, further teasing us with visions of a downloadable online sequel to Bullfrog's classic real-time tactics game.