Bob Was Hungry hit Steam yesterday, packed with nearly 200 levels filled with spinning saw blades, spikes, laser grids and more. If you think it's tough making your way through the levels on your own, just wait until your friends need to make it too.
After multiple outlets reported that Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain's multiplayer would be locked behind a paywall, Konami has clarified that while the game will feature microtransactions, its multiplayer won't require them.
If hearing that the classic Dreamcast JRPG Grandia II was headed to Steam gave you the urge to revisit the original console version of the game, you'll be glad to know you can transfer that save to the new PC version and keep playing.
Ever wondered how it would be to return the tennis serve of a champion? If you’re headed to the U.S. Open later this month, you may have the chance to find out — without having to set foot on the court itself, or risk embarrassing yourself in front of the…
A lawsuit stemming from the unclear ownership status of the Duke Nukem franchise was settled this week, cementing Duke Nukem Forever publisher Gearbox Software as the "full and rightful owner" of the Duke Nukem intellectual property.
The upcoming Wii U platformer Yoshi's Woolly World will usher in a new era for fans of Nintendo's amiibo figurines, as collectors can now expect to hunt down giant-sized "Mega" variants of featured characters in addition to their smaller counterparts.
Nintendo's army of cuddly Pokemon creatures will soon star in their very first fighting game, as the publisher announced that a Wii U version of the one-on-one fighter Pokken Tournament will launch worldwide in 2016.
While the original launch of Final Fantasy XIV was by most accounts a disaster, Square Enix was able to revive the game with Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn. Now the game has passed 5 million registered users worldwide.
Nintendo has already said that we won't get any information on its next game console, codenamed the NX, until next year, but recent patent filings suggest that it may do away with optical discs entirely.
After cops in Boston were alerted to apparent threats made on social media against an international Pokemon contest -- which included talk of "killing the competition" alongside a photo of guns -- they decided to move in on the two men responsible.