The return of Tony Hawk will hopefully be well received with the release of his 5th main skateboarding game. Here’s what you need to know about it.
Nintendo has quite an impressive line-up for fall 2015, thanks to some newly announced release dates.
Michael Nabi attends the Bethesda E3 2015 showcase and reviews it while giving you the highlights!
Hardcore hockey fans will enjoy this gallery overview of NHL 16’s arenas, game modes, players, mascots and more.
NHL 16 brings back missing modes and features from last year’s installment. We have even more info to provide you on this new dosage of digital hockey action.
Here’s our quick tips and cheats guide on how to conquer the iOS/Android RPG, Dungeon Boss.
Racing in the rain or at night might be the biggest bullet point, but let’s not forget that there’s over 400 cars to race.
Can you live Until Dawn? Or will this game’s masked murderer get to you first? Heavy.com’s Michael Nabi tried to survive this night…read this review to find out about his experience.
You’ll have a tough time trying to discern if these Forza Motorsport 6 screenshots are in-game or real life.
To get an understanding of what Super Mario Maker is all about, check out these screenshots of its custom creation tools in action.
Super Mario Maker will let you become a master stage designer in the italian plumber’s universe.
There are three main options, with the best one mostly being dependent on your budget.
These are the top five Android action games you’ll be dying to play once you witness their gameplay greatness.
Are you thirsty for vault building or yellow dots & power pellets? These new picks for great (AND FREE!) Android games should quench your thirst.
Peer into the newest expansion for Destiny with this screenshot preview of what’s to come in The Taken King.
For returning players or those looking to enter Destiny for the 1st time, The Taken King will offer up hours of fresh content and welcome changes.
A new take on a great Vita game, a popular Japanese game coming to the West, and new installments of some major franchises are what PS4 games have to look forward to through the end of 2015.
Michael Nabi looks at the Pokémon games throughout history and what he would like to see next for the franchise