It’s another thin week, but given that one of the best fighting games in a long ass time is back, and even better, does it matter?
This week’s offerings are serving up pure mindless, self-indulgent destruction, but in two very different forms with superhero revenge and anime babe shoot’em up action.
This week is all about screws ups of all shapes and sizes. Plus, a certain late night host makes his Halo debut and Mario gets some Kickstarter action. It hasn’t exactly been your average week in the world of games.
This week is all about sequels with the return of The Witcher, one of the most difficult motocross games around, and some underworld anime action that’s now Vita friendly.
It’s been a rough week for gaming with the loss of a gaming pioneer and the shakeup of one of modern gaming’s giants. On the plus side, Dark Souls is coming to the PC. So at least the week’s not a total wash.
The 1990s were an all out console war between SEGA and Nintendo and gave us some of the most memorable commercials in gaming. These are the 15 best from that decade.
It may be a light week with only two titles, but they’re certainly worth your attention. After years in development, one of the most anticipated indie games is finally out, and there’s also something available for you 3DS fans out there.
What’s going on in the world of gaming news this week? Surprise, everyone STILL hates Mass Effect 3 and anyone associated with it (looking at you, EA).
Three games, each very different, but each long sought after see their release and offer up some interesting choices for your new games fix this week.
Nintendo DSi sends a perv to the pen and cupcakes send a strong message to the developers behind Mass Effect 3. It’s not exactly been your average week in gaming news.
This week in gaming news, self entitled dorks who believe they’re not just game players, but game designers spark debate over fan rights. And Angry Birds Space gets an out of this world sequel.