In Death Coming, you reap innocent souls like Agent 47 with God’s perspective.
Cyberpunk 2077 takes place in Night City, which apparently has a wire of some kind.
With Xbox Series X still due for a holiday launch, Microsoft lays out plans for the future.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order gets a raft of new content on the Jedi’s holiest day.
For Star Wars Day, Steam, GOG.com and Origin offer impressive discounts on dozens of classic games.
The Lord of the Rings: Gollum looks Mordorable in new screenshots.
Amnesia: The Dark Descent and Crashlands are free until next Thursday on the Epic Games Store.
A new Splatoon 2 demo is available now in preparation for a week of Turf Wars.
Over the next few months, Stadia will get PUBG, some EA titles and a few indie exclusives. Still no killer app, though.
Destroy All Humans! will exit cryosleep for a current-gen release this July. In the years since Nordic Games rebranded as THQ Nordic, it has relentlessly re-released...
Deadly Premonition 2: A Blessing in Disguise will offer a dose of the surreal in July.
Total War: Shogun 2 is free on Steam so stay safe, stay inside and stay a while in Sengoku-era Japan.
The Last of Us Part II gets a release date; Ghost of Tsushima gets a delay.
Get For the King, IronOak Games’ turn-based strategy game, for free until next Thursday. I have never played For the King, but here’s the Epic Games...
Red Dead Redemption 2, Rockstar's acclaimed open-world game, is coming to Xbox Game Pass.
Yakuza Kiwami, Sega’s 2017 remake of the series’ first game, is now available via Microsoft’s subscription service.
The big Animal Crossing: New Horizons update goes live today. Here’s what it adds.
To put it in Animal Crossing: New Horizons terms, Nintendo has a very good stalk price. Remember when we thought that Animal Crossing was a B-tier...
Thomas Was Alone and John Wick Hex creators surprise drop North Star Rising, a new serialised sci-fi story.
In 2007, you needed to upgrade your PC to run Crysis at max settings. In 2020, you’ll be able to play the remastered version on a...
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