The next Bioware sci-fi epic will have choices in shades of grey rather than the good or evil choices that were prevalent in the previous games, an interesting deviation for a franchise built on such a system.
Sony has reached an agreement with plaintiffs the removal of the PlayStation 3's "Install Other OS" option. The agreement still needs approval, and will see qualified customers receiving $9 or $55, depending on their claim.
Unfortunately for fans, Final Fantasy XV: The VR Experience does not offer the adventure or excitement one might hope for from a virtual Final Fantasy. At best, it's a neat tidbit for die-hard fans who happen to own a PlayStation VR…
Volition riffs on its open-world formula with a character-based shooter full of explosive craziness. Agents of Mayhem looks to be a cool riff on Volition’s Saints Row formula, taking the studio's renowned humor through a new squad-style…
AMD Poland previously revealed the price of the upcoming Radeon RX 480 8GB card on Facebook, but the listing is no longer available. The card launches in late June, based on AMD's Polaris 10 XT architecture and 14nm FinFET process…
For Honor may have carved itself out a compelling niche my mastering an oft-bungled type of hack-and-slash gameplay: one-on-one combat. Ubisoft Montreal manages to make these duels thoughtful and intense, even against an AI opponent.
Capcom’s E3 demo for Resident Evil 7 looks back to the series’ "horror roots" while taking big steps in new directions. The game is a perfect balance of unsettlingly creepy and mysteriously enthralling.
Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime recently spoke to Bloomberg during E3 2016 about the company's take on virtual reality. The interview follows recent, skeptical comments about the VR industry from Take 2 Interactive's CEO.
The latest ‘Call of Duty’ takes to outer space, and nails the huge, bombastic feel of the series despite its sci-fi setting. Infinite Warfare seemingly has serious potential to take the Call of Duty franchise to some very new places.
Last year's April Fool's Day joke turned into reality, Hyperkin Lab's Smart Boy runs Game Boy cartridges on directly on your smartphone. The software is open source and the company has started taking pre-orders.