The people who teased their PC exclusive shooter with a single screen shot last month have finally unveiled the mysterious sci-fi project they're working on. This is Hard Reset, the cyberpunk first-person shooter from people who worked on Painkiller, Bulletstorm and The Witcher 2.
Baseball, the National Pastime. For 141 years, it is a game whose numbers and names need no introduction. Mantle. DiMaggio. .406, 755. Ren. Stimpy.
We're all familiar with the Make-a-Wish Foundation, who it supports, and why. With that out of the way, PopCap Games today announced that Allied Star Police, by the Seattle-area games designer Owain Weinert (pictured) will soon release for all iOS devices on the iTunes App Store.
The Nintendo DS has one more thing to look forward to in 2011 with the release of Atlus' Radiant Historia, which brings an all-new 16-bit style, time-traveling "steampunk" adventure to the handheld next February.
Lions, tigers and... pomeranians will run wild in the streets of a deserted Tokyo in Sony's newest PlayStation 3 exclusive, Tokyo Jungle, a most unusual concept revealed in the newest issue of Famitsu magazine.
Codemasters follows up last year's realistic tactical shooter Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising with an all-new entry due in 2011. Operation Flashpoint: Red River will let players visit scenic Tajikistan to experience an "epic campaign." What else?
WiiWare strategy game Swords & Soldiers is getting an HD facelift, making its way to the PlayStation Network "soon." It has Aztecs, Vikings, ninja and monkeys—MONKEYS—battling it out for 2D dominance. Monkeys, people.
Chores suck! Video games don't! If only there was some way to combine the two, it'd be like chocolate sauce on broccoli...oh, hello, what's this?
Upcoming title Jamestown has very little to do with the early colonization of North America, and everything to do with four-player co-op on 17th-century British colonial Mars.
Konami is giving its side-scrolling shoot 'em up classic Contra a makeover and it's doing so with Guilty Gear and BlazBlue makers Arc System Works, resulting in the downloadable game Hard Corps: Uprising.
Spirit Hunters, a new game in development by Nnooo for the DSi and "future nintendo handhelds", is an augmented reality title that promises to be, in the creator's words, "a role playing game set in the real world".
The latest Ubisoft game to bear the Tom Clancy name is H.A.W.X. 2, the sequel to the original, million-selling arcade-style flight sim. Billions of dollars in virtual aircraft will once again be blowing up this fall.
There will be a 2010 release of Konami's venerable football series Pro Evolution Soccer. It will be called Pro Evolution Soccer 2011. If you need a moment to compose yourself, now is the time.
In the next game from the studio behind the episodic adventure games Sam & Max, Strongbad, and the Tales of Monkey Island, the fictional town of Scoggins, Minnesota is a cold play and also a bit weird.
PlayStation 3 owners with a deep, deep appreciation for the art of the Japanese role-playing game will be delighted to learn that NIS America will bring Trinity Universe to North America and Europe this summer.
Developer Atomic Games, perhaps best known for its missing in action shooter Six Days In Fallujah but also responsible for the V for Victory series, has a new "multiplayer title for consoles and personal computers" that will "blow your mind."
Warner Bros. Interactive has tapped the team behind Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance and Champions of Norrath to create The Lord of the Rings: War in the North, co-op action RPG for the Xbox 360, PC, and PlayStation 3.
A year after we discovered a trademark registration for it, Majesco is finally ready to make Crafting Mama official. The woman with the most free time in the world returns this fall with a whole new bag of domestic tricks.
With the first game a surprising hit, EA Sports revealed today that a second EA Sports Active game is in development, this time called...EA Sports Active 2.0 (working title!).
The battle for the fate of humanity continues this fall, when NBC Universal and Bigpoint launch Battlestar Galactica Online, a massively multiplayer browser-based game set in the universe of the award-winning Syfy television series. Can I get a frak yeah?