Capcom wants Dota 2 players to have a good dog.
It seems that 4K resolution support is the next big thing, but are developers ready to make 4K games?
The Color of Madness is the next expansion for Darkest Dungeon.
Let us join the server scrum to play the Destiny 2 expansion.
Cosmetic items are all on the table though.
Ahead of the PlayStation Experience, did someone screw up?
In China. Just in China y'all.
Karl Jobst performs just like Bond himself would.
Ubisoft is ready for its side of the Assassin's Creed and Final Fantasy crossover.
Spike Chunsoft wants to publish its own games in the United States.
DayZ will finally be free of its early access purgatory. (Maybe.)
Aims don't always equal reality.
We dive into the new update for Splatoon 2!
Take your taste buds on a flavor odysse-- no, I can't do this.
Everything is better when you can take it with you.
The Arms just keep on bouncing back.
Trying to control experience gain isn't the biggest issue with Bungie's MMO.
If you have an X, your 4K Battle Royale future is assured.
Investors are a bit scared about all the Battlefront 2 scuttle.
These ports sit close to their home console counterparts.
I hope you weren't a fan of Hearthstone's adventures.
Maybe it should be coffee and turkey? Nah.
Final Fantasy brand manager Shinji Hashimoto promises new Final Fantasy game announcements in 2018.
The Marvel-based action game is no more.
Deux Ex isn't dead, it's just waiting its turn.
Soon, fans of the Souls original won't be able to enjoy the online madness.
The Pokemon juggernaut will never die.
Bungie has addressed one problem, but it may have another.
A lengthy conversation with one of the gentlemen behind LizardCube, the developer of Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap.
Ninja Theory designer wanted to prove there was space between indies and AAA.