Are you a Pokefanatic who owns a Kindle Fire? Are you looking for a Pokemon fix? Then you’re in luck; the Pokemon TV app is now available on Kindle Fire.
In this weeks newsletter Bungie updates fans on the progress of their upcoming title: Destiny.
First image for the next Call of Duty game revealed.
Nintendo once again preys on our weakness to buy themed video game accessories with a new Princess Peach Wii Remote Motion Plus.
Dragon Age fanatics, we are in luck! Not only do we have the Dragon Age: Inquisition boxart, but we also have the Dragon Age: Inquisition trailer and a release date to boot!
Marking the third departure from Naughty Dog in the span of a-month-and-a-half, Lead Artist Nate Wells has left Naughty Dog to pursue a career with the independent studio behind The Unfinished Swan, Giant Sparrow.
Any reason for us to get more The Last of Us is a good reason. We’ve heard about a new single-player mode for the past couple of months, and now it’s finally here. The Last of Us fans, prepare yourself for a new single-player difficulty that is sure to be the hardest mode yet: Grounded.
In theory, more Borderlands is always a good thing. Yet something was off when I was watching the twenty minute demonstration of Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel.
Due to GameSpy’s matchmaking services going down on May 31, Crysis and Crysis 2 are going to be single-player if you’re playing on PC. Should own the Xbox 360 or PS3 versions, you have nothing to worry about.
Indiegogo, who are the project leaders of Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn, have just announced that if the $450,000 target is met, the game will be made available on all current and last-gen consoles.
Prepare for PAX South! Among the barrage of exciting news coming from PAX East this weekend was the announcement of a previously hinted at PAX event to debut in 2015.
The sci-fi themed action RPG is set to release on PC and PS4 on…