Generally speaking, the news is always pretty slow whenever it’s a brand new year. Not so much in the world of gaming.
Most of this week’s news centers on the VGAs, both good and bad. But you also have some good news for Metal Gear and Nintendo fans as well. Plus the Vita makes its Japanese debut.
This week, more than perhaps any other, typifies how unpredictable the world of gaming can be and has been.
Space and time paradoxes, joining up forces with the monsters who are supposed to be your enemies… what the hell is going on with Final Fantasy XIII?!
Capcom’s second 3DS Resident Evil title will be here soon enough and there’s going to be some differences in the series’ storyline. Check out what to expect RE at this year’s NY Comic Con.
Grand Theft Auto III has become an icon over the last decade and there’s no better way to celebrate this milestone than bringing the game to iOS and Android. Check out Heavy’s first hand GTA coverage at NY Comic Con.
Mutants, Stormtroopers, zombies and fans came together in NYC over the weekend to celebrate all things geek. The thousands that descended on the Javits Center turned it into a mecca of pop culture with screenings, demos and of course, girls in cosplay.
Hackers attack the PSN Network… again, Netflix throws up a huge face palm and Grand Theft Auto III makes its way to iOS in this week’s edition of Gaming News.
Getting paid to play video games might seem like a pipe dream, but it’s not entirely impossible. You just need to know how and where to look.
Get a firsthand look at the graffiti street art inspired by the transhumanism of Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
So make sure you check out the awesome pictures and videos, because they’re almost as cool as being there yourself. Almost.
We’re on the scene in Los Angeles for E3 and in addition to our info-packed writeups of the show, we’re also sharing shots of the show floor. If you couldn’t make it, this is the next best thing.
Microsoft started their E3 press conference a little late, but when the gears got turning there were a fair amount of shocks and surprises. Here’s our complete rundown of the games, the tech, and the reaction.
Nintendo’s E3 press conference featured the unveiling of the 3DS as well as lots of old friends – new Zelda, new Kid Icarus, new Donkey Kong and more.