The creatives behind Skullgirls are taking the wheel.
Bethesda's two timed Sony console launches will honor those commitments in the wake of Microsoft's acquisition.
Bethesda and Obsidian are both Xbox studios now. Will our spurs jingle-jangle again?
With the Harry Potter creator facing criticism over views seen as transphobic, Warner is distancing its new game from Rowling.
No sweetie, don't hurt the monster. Make nice with it. Niiiice monster.
Demon's Souls and Destruction All-Stars indicate a shift in pricing for Sony's next generation.
PlayStation's version of Game Pass, it seems.
After many leaks and reports, it was finally revealed at today's PS5 event.
Here's what the next fantasy looks like, on the next generation of consoles.
A store listing shows PS4, Xbox One, and Switch versions.
After some soul-searching with the engine, Chapter 2 is underway.
This time we'll get a Night City tour, a primer on the city's gangs, and a look into the score.
The next step for Yakuza will kick off on the Xbox.
You won't find microtransactions when the main game launches this year.
And it'll be revealed before launch in November.
Square Enix aims to mend its cracked crystal.
Don't expect to just roll up on Mr. Freeze, smack him down, and be done with it.
The Skullgirls and Indivisible studio is all but shuttered.
Geralt's journey gets some faster load times, too.
Don't expect a surprise Deltarune drop, however.
At that point, it'll be just shy of two months from release.
"I think it would be better if one time we were able to apologize and make a big change that's needed."
Move aside Solas, a new character is capturing hearts.
Sources say it's most likely we'll see the PS5 launch in the middle of the month.
Get ready, heroes, to bust an opium-smuggling ring. Er, I mean, bust a banana-smuggling ring.
Employees are departing the studio over head Mike Zaimont's actions.
Yes, the game that will let you custom-color your character's body hair will also let you tweak those hard-to-read captions.
Yakuza's current-gen and PC launch won't be far from that for the Series X version. Meanwhile, we're still waiting on PS5 details.
Things are looking rough for this Vampire successor.
This is the second patch in as many weeks from Guerilla Games.
Sounds like Persona 4 Golden's success has really changed Atlus's thinking on PC.
Larian Studios creative director Swen Vincke addresses the studio's work with the upcoming Dungeons & Dragons game.
After the first delay, Larian Studios is hoping to have Baldur's Gate 3 on early access at the end of September.
Eiyuden Chronicle is continually shaping into the Suikoden successor we pine for.
RPG fans aren't skipping leg day.
He'll be paid DLC for the remaster.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake was a Midgar-anteed money-maker for Square Enix.
One indie dev shares their experience with Xbox's subscription service.
Today's State of Play was packed with new trailers.
Time to learn about lifepaths, weapons, and more.
This is merely a projection for the company, though.
A release date and more will be revealed at this month's "Panel From Hell."
Employees shared stories of reportedly avoiding meals to make rent.
John Boyne's A Traveller at the Gates of Wisdom just needs a couple of sequels: A Traveller at the Gates of Courage and A Traveller at the Gates of Power.
The prequel, meanwhile, is nowhere to be found.
After it finishes up another shooter, the studio's moving on to something new.
Clint is one of four heroes Crystal Dynamics plans to add.
They're still early in development, though.
And who knows what nasty stuff Night City's residents will put on their blades.
Guess some folks were eager for a new Suikoden.
Netflix expands on the universe of The Witcher.
We're past the point where "hardware and its limitations would leave a pretty clear fingerprint on a game," says Booty.
There's a number of fixes addressing performance issues.
Suikoden creator Yoshitaka Murayama and artist Junko Kawano are leading the new project.
Yarrr, it be looking like a pretty picture.
The Switch version is being ported back over to other platforms.
It was at EA Play Live 2020. Did fans forget about that or something?
Today, we saw a slew of first-party Xbox Game Studios games, and then some.
It's a new RPG, set in the world of Pillars of Eternity.
Like a dragon (quest).
Day Ichi could have just been revealed.
Nostalgia is subjective.
Also, a famous actor has signed on for the English cast.
It's been a great few years for the Atlus series.
Being very horny on main does have its perks.
And the remake could've been a whole lot hornier.
He's also teasing upcoming news on Xbox working "directly with Japanese creators."
SMT fans, your time has finally arrived.
Shin Megami Tensei fans, your prayers have been answered.
NBCUniversal's new streaming service might play host of an Indivisible adaptation.
Sucker Punch worried players wouldn't be able to read the tips.
In a new GDC Survey, close to half of the devs polled also say they're working longer hours.
The Northern Traveler's Armor set is yours to find.
A tribute to the creator from CD Projekt Red is certainly intriguing.
"I listen to what I want! You have problem?"
Sorry Xbox owners, you'll be paying up front for this one.
It's a major scene for Tifa, Cloud, and Sephiroth's development.
PC players have reported tech issues, but things seem to be going well otherwise.
Fresh off of shipping a new Shantae, WayForward will share a Treehouse stream with Paper Mario.
On top of Half-Life 3 and Left 4 Dead 3, the studio abandoned something in a new genre.
Persona 5 Scramble is a hit, despite it not launching outside of Japan.
The idea of charging for upgrades is reportedly off of the table.
The last minute changes to Garnet, its diverse development team, and other tidbits on Final Fantasy 9's 20th anniversary.
This vampire party is bloodier than usual.
Amalur will get a new expansion, nine years after its original developer shut down.
I hope it goes to fish Narnia.
Don't scuff up my (already dingy) Night City walls, punk.
The Fable trademark is resurrected with an "intent to use."
The company behind HBO's Westworld is teaming up with Bethesda and Amazon.
Mario's paper boots were made for walking. And jumping, of course.
Noaki Yoshida drops a teaser for future patches.