Generally speaking, the news is always pretty slow whenever it’s a brand new year. Not so much in the world of gaming.
As 2011 draws to a close, it’s time to take a look at how the year ended in the world of video games.
Believe it or not, gamers, there’s actually a few cool releases this week that are worthy of your holiday cash.
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.
It’s another slow week for new game releases, but that’s to be expected. But hey, at least you have the chance to play one of the greatest games ever from the past decade on your iPhone!
It’s another light week for new game releases, though for 3DS owners, get ready for yet another reason to justify your system purchase!
It’s been a slow week in the world of news elsewhere, or so it would seem. But in the world of video games? Couldn’t be further from the truth.
The dust has settled and all the big releases are past us. So is there anything else on the horizon? Yes, there is.
You already know what the BIG story this week is, but there’s other stuff happening in the game world you may not be privy to just yet. Xbox developments, Sony let’s out some UMD Passport news and more…
Understandably the big news this week is GTA V, but there’s other goings on in the game world: MW3’s early release, strategic moves by Capcom and Uncharted 3 criticism…
Two juggernauts made headlines this week, one with a much anticipated release and the other confirming its return. Plus, Mario has some serious financial woes and Blizzcon finds itself in some hot water.
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.
Yet another big week for releases, as two heavy hitters go for another round, and a brand new IP is born.
It’s back to school season, and you know what that means – a massive dose of new games to immediately distract you from your studies.
This week, three favorites make a return with some modern day flourishes. It’s all about being online, in high definition and in three dimensions.