Double Fine’s new ‘Massive Chalice’ Kickstarter described as XCOM-meets-‘Final Fantasy Tactics’

Double Fine launched a new Kickstarter campaign for a strategy game called 'Massive Chalice.' The studio kicked off the Kickstarter craze last year with 'Broken Age,' and now it hopes to replicate that success.

‘Sonic: Lost World’ features competitive multiplayer modes and exclusive 3DS levels

'Sonic: Lost World' won't be exactly the same game on 3DS and Wii U, Sega confirms. Newly revealed story details also confirm that the game sees Sonic joining forces with the villainous Dr. Eggman for once.

XCOM: Enemy Unknown makes a confident leap to touchscreens

We check out the upcoming iOS port of Firaxis' and 2K Games' 'XCOM: Enemy Unknown' and like what we see. The 2012 game is almost entirely intact and the touch controls work very well with the turn-based strategy play.

BioWare’s ‘Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic’ is out now for iPad

Aspyr Media releases an iPad port of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, the classic BioWare RPG that is widely regarded as one of its best efforts. The $9.99 iPad release sports touch controls and addresses lingering legacy issues from…

‘Crysis 3’ books June 4 trip to ‘The Lost Island’ multiplayer DLC

Electronic Arts and Crytek reveal Crysis 3: The Lost Island, an upcoming multiplayer content expansion that adds four news maps, two new match types, and an unspecified number of new weapons to the game.

The Vita has a new contender with Killzone: Mercenary

We go hands on with the PlayStation Vita exclusive first-person shooter, Killzone: Mercenary. While the Vita has yet to reach its potential, games like Mercenary go a long way towards realizing it.

Nvidia releases GeForce GTX 770 for $400, boasts 65 percent upgrade from 2011’s GTX 570

Nvidia adds one more to its desktop GPU line with the reveal and release of the GeForce GTX 770, a $400 graphics card that bests the performance of 2012's GTX 680 flagship and boasts the fastest memory speed in the GTX series.
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Driver: San Francisco dev reportedly working on racing sim The Crew

Ubisoft Reflections, the studio behind Driver: San Francisco, reportedly has a realistic racing simulator currently in development for next-gen platforms, called The Crew. An E3 2013 reveal is expected.

Microsoft plans to drop a cool billion on creating first party games

Microsoft is prepared to invest heavily in games during the coming console generation, company execs Don Mattrick and Phil Spencer revealed. The Xbox One maker is working to win gamers over after the console's heavily criticized debut.

ESA nails 5 million for copyright infringement

A report looking at the Entertainment Software Association's 2012 anti-piracy efforts reveals that the 3.4 million takedown notices sent out by the organization last year had a 96-percent success rate, with roughly 5.2 million offending…

Call of Juarez: Gunslinger review: Tall tales

Techland gives the Call of Juarez series a much-needed shot of quality in Call of Juarez: Gunslinger, a download-only first-person shooter with an original approach to story and beautifully stylized graphics.