Mass Effect 3 DLC Citadel review: Saying goodbye in style

Almost exactly one year after launch, Mass Effect 3’s final single player DLC, Citadel, has been released. And while it doesn’t affect the ending, it does feel like a solid goodbye.

New game, old success: The rebooted Tomb Raider sells 1 million copies in 48 hours

Lara Croft is an independently wealthy world adventurer. It's not like she needs the money. Still, Square-Enix has got to be pleased with the early success of Tomb Raider. The reboot has reportedly sold around 1 million copies in just two…

‘The Witness’ came to PlayStation 4 because the next Xbox isn’t “strictly about games”

Outspoken game designer Jonathan Blow's appearance on stage may have been the biggest surprise during Sony's announcement of the PlayStation 4. The creator of Braid said that his new game, The Witness, is coming to PS4 rather than the next…

So about our SimCity review… [UPDATED]

We're going to hold off on posting a review of EA and Maxis' just-released SimCity until lingering network connectivity and server issues can be worked out. The game is half-functional in its current form.

Digital Blend: Angry Birds are set free on iOS and Planescape crushes it on Kickstarter

Welcome to Digital Blend, your one-stop shop for coverage and recommendations of all things relating to mobile gaming, digital marketplaces, and indie titles (for the week ending March 10).

Lord British returns with his ‘Ultima’ successor ‘Shroud of the Avatar’

Richard Garriott took an extended leave of absence from video games after the failure of his sci-fi role-playing game Tabula Rasa, but now Lord British is back. Looking to return to his roots, Garriott is funding an Ultima-style RPG on…

Oz the Great and Powerful review, just like Army of Darkness but with more shiny and less humor

Sam Raimi’s prequel to the Wizard of Oz, titled Oz the great and Powerful, is a visual feast of imaginative designs, but the story lacks the emotional weight to connect.
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Mass Effect 3: Citadel DLC Review

Mass Effect 3: Citadel DLC review.

Angry Birds goes free for iDevices, now App of the Week in iTunes store and once again top of the charts

Players of Angry Birds Lite rejoice! The bird-flinging game has been catapulted back to the top of the iOS app chart after developer Rovio this week made the full version available for free.

Even with new consoles coming, Call of Duty may cling to its past for now

The engine has been tweaked and tuned up over the years, but the Infinity Ward Engine that powers the Call of Duty games has been relatively unchanged since 2005. According to a new job posting with Infinity Ward, that's not going to change…

Besides being prettier, PS4 games will also be much, much smarter

The next generation of game consoles like the PlayStation 4 will offer a whole lot more computing power to game makers, but does that just mean that games will be prettier? xaitment CEO Mike Walsh speaks with Digital Trends about how his…

InXile once again obliterates its Kickstarter goals with a spiritual successor to ‘Planescape: Torment’

Brian Fargo and InXile Entertainment are one a roll. After raising nearly $3 million in 2012 to fund Wasteland 2, which is due out in October, the studio is already on to its next project. Planescape: Torment successor Torment: Tides of…