Redcoats and tomahawk action – the new gameplay trailer for Assassin’s Creed III is looking straight up revolutionary bad ass.
Freddie Wong goes full on Rambo in the world of Skyrim, leaving no elf or dragon standing. Straight. Up. Bloodbath.
Lore gives us a rundown of the Star Fox galaxy in one minute. Now you have no excuse for not knowing Fox McCloud’s backstory.
After making a triumphant return last year, and recently taking that bone crushing power over to the Vita, now seems like a perfect opportunity to showcase some of the best cosplay tributes to the ass kicking women of Mortal Kombat.
I’m just gonna say it, Portal might as well be the game version of Glee. So why not do a cover o Beyonce’s “If I Were a Boy”?
The gears of the Internet were in full motion this week, churning out a fresh batch of mutated weirdness that we’ve come to know and love. Check out the tasty goodness that cyber space was dishing out this week. Open wide…
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?
Even when games of the past sucked, they usually had some truly awesome looking box art, but what if that box art from 1987 had never changed? The games of today just got an old school update.
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.
Play a puzzle game for Marvel’s The Avengers hitting theaters May 4th. Slide each piece of the screen until you solve the puzzle.
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.
Play a puzzle game for Marvel’s The Avengers hitting theaters May 4th. Flip, rotate and move each piece of the screen until you solve the puzzle.
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.