Microsoft’s first big game of 2014, Titanfall, has officially launched.
NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal is a lot of things, but nobody expected “supporter of a Shaq Fu remake” to be one of them.
In honor of the first anniversary of Comixology’s Self Publish Program, they are having an incredible sale, 100 books for $10. That’s huge.
In a panel hosted by Nerdist, Telltale Games’ Kevin Bruner, Harrison Pink, and Job Stauffer took the stage to talk about life at Telltale as well as past and upcoming projects.
The Game Fanatics have hand picked the 5 Parties we are ready to groove to at this year's South by Southwest (SXSW).
Ah, who doesn’t love a bit of clever marketing? In an effort to promote upcoming show, The Strain, FX will be having The Strain Transformation Stations, which will bring “relief to fatigued South by Southwest attendees.”
Sony hopes to bring a lovely day to SXSW with its Battle 4 Greatness event, having Pusha T as a headliner.
The Game Fanatics will have our strongest presence at South by Southwest in Austin, Texas. This 10 day long day long ordeal can be very overwhelming so we are here to help you out and let you know the panels every gamer should make a priority.
At the SXSW Gaming Expo next month, Gearbox Software and Telltale Games will host a panel to unveil details surrounding their new, collaborative, episodic game series, Tales from the Borderlands.
During our visit to Showstoppers at CES 2014, we stopped by the Mad Catz booth. We had heard Mad Catz had a new racing wheel, but we didn’t know much about it. As we came to find out, this was not your mothers racing wheel. This wheel has force feedback like no ones business, and […]
One of the coolest moments for us last year at PAX Prime was getting to interview Amie Lynn. Most of you probably know her as a YouTube personality or cosplayer, we know her as a die-hard video game fanatic.
Gunnar Optiks, the maker of popular gaming and PC-usage eyewear, have released several new color options for its Intercept product line.
Dubbed PlayStation Now, Sony's streaming service will allow gamers to stream games from their PlayStation 4, Vita, and eventually non-gaming devices such as Sony BRAVIA TV sets.