The first Metal Gear game since designer Hideo Kojima and publisher Konami split is imminent.
Everyone’s favorite button-mashing historical figures are back.
It’s a credit to how far video games have come that there are now so many of them worth remaking and updating.
Square Enix’s fighting game joins the mix this week but not much else.
The release calandar is ramping up with two of 2018's most anticipated games dropping this week: Dragon Ball FighterZ and Monster Hunter World.
Who needs a Breath of the Wild-style Pokemon game when we’ve got a new Digimon to look forward to?
After the first week of 2018 it’s still slim pickings looking ahead.
2018 is here! A year set to bring us long awaited AAA titles and beautiful indie gems. Though... not this week.
2018's just around the corner. Fortunately, you can end the year in style with a new 3DS game.
As we descend on the end of 2017 it’s time to take a moment and look back at all of the year’s great games. Fortunately, this week’s release schedule won’t distract you from doing that.
The brush-stroke action game arrives on modern consoles in five years after its last port. If you haven’t played it before you’re officially out of excuses.
Destiny 2's first DLC expansion arrives this week which means too many of us will be magically drawn back into its universe and grinding for loot whether we want to or not.
Xeno is Greek for “foreigner,” though Xenoblade Chronicles 2 hardly seems like a stranger at this point.
They are still making these games.
The speed demons are back.
Call of Duty gets the week (nearly) all to itself.
There are definitely some games coming out this week.
A new South Park game awaits just over the horizon, along with WWE 2K18 and another Gran Turismo-lite.
Who’s ready to make some friends?