Oh god, they're going to make us buy Final Fantasy VII again, aren't they?
Play local co-op as Kazuma Kiryu and Goro Majima in Streets of Kamurocho, available for a limited time only.
Smartphone? Check. 3D-printed taser? Check. Massive, impractical drone? Check. But what are the Watch Dogs Legion system requirements?
Sega does what Nintendon't to celebrate its 60th birthday: sells its games with an enormous, deep-cut discount.
The PS5 is almost upon is, with its bevvy of AAA releases, and we're all talkin' 'bout Bugsnax again.
Days Gone (and a bunch of better games) join the PlayStation Now service in October 2020.
New Resident Evil movie promises "an official origin story adaptation with faithful ties to Capcom’s classic survival horror games". (So, nothing like the Paul W S...
Sony is changing the way the Circle and Cross buttons work in Japan. (And some people are a bit cross about it.)
Developers will have to crunch, and crunch hard, until Cyberpunk 2077 releases in November.
You might have noticed something a little... different about Peter Parker in the PS5 remaster of Marvel's Spider-Man.
You'll find big discounts on classic Final Fantasy games – including 7 through 10 – in a sale on the Nintendo Switch.
Crash Bandicoot, Star Wars and FIFA (sort of) headline this week’s list of upcoming Xbox One releases.
If you enjoy Left 4 Dead 2 during its free weekend, you'll be able to pick it up for just $2 / £1.43.
You'll only need a (surprisingly) modest PC to play Cyberpunk 2077.
Have you ever stopped and thought about just how bloody big the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X are? It's obnoxious. That's what it is.
No Man's Sky is the gift that keeps on giving, from a team we don't even deserve.
Another Nintendo Direct, another raft of surprise Nintendo Switch releases. One of today's picks is The Long Dark.
In a further obfuscation of the reasons to buy a PS5 on launch day, Sony reveals first-party exclusive Spider-Man: Miles Morales will also release on PS4.
Here's everything we know so far about Final Fantasy XVI, announced tonight during the PS5 showcase event.
Tired: Big cheaters. Wired: Big Yeetus.
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