So which title took Game of The Year honors at The Game Awards 2015? We have the winner of that award and more with this listing of every nominee from the show.
So what can we all expect to see at this year’s Game Awards? Don’t miss a minute of this event because we have the live stream right here!
We’re here to give you our final impressions on the newest chapter in Bandai Namco/Artdink’s Sword Art Online series, Lost Song.
These screenshots pain a perfect picture of the carnage you’ll be causing once you get your hands on Call of Duty: Black Ops 3.
Developer Treyarch is back in the driver’s seat for the Call of Duty series with a new entry, Black Ops 3.
We’ve already given our final thoughts on Rock Band 4. Now we’re here to provide our final impressions on Activision’s Guitar Hero Live.
Athena’s warriors and plenty of other armor adorned fighters gather to do battle in Saint Seiya: Soldiers’ Soul.
WWE 2K16 has the largest roster to date, a showcase mode focusing on “Austin 3:16” and a host of new and returning features.
Tales of Zestiria continues the long trend of beautifully animated anime visuals from series past.
Bandai Namco is ready to bring American and European gamers into the fantastical and medieval setting of Tales of Zestiria.
If anyone told us that a dope Transformers game would drop this year, we would have looked at them like they were crazy. Transformers: Devastation is a pleasant surprise.
Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax may be a niche anime fighter, but its crazy fast fisticuffs will make it endearing to all fighting game fans.
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 feels like a rushed, unfinished game that could have been better with more fine tuning and care.
Wanna see how amazing Transformers: Devastation looks? This screenshots gallery exudes all of its cel-shaded beauty.