How the Resident Evil 2 remake has soared, while the Final Fantasy VII remake has faltered.
An open letter to our colleagues in the video game press: Please think very carefully before you publish an article about that fan-made game. You might...
"Always leave them wanting more."
It's almost the end of the year, which means it's time to arbitrarily list things. Here are the 18 most important games of 2018.
Developers are excited by the revenue share offered by the Epic Store, but success will hinge on whether Epic can tear players away from the convenience...
Ubisoft is teasing a new Far Cry reveal for The Game Awards. Will they be able to stay away from old controversies?
The Spyro Reignited Trilogy is missing subtitles on its cutscenes. In 2018. Come on, Activision.
With Fallout 76, Bethesda is snatching defeat from the jaws of victory.
The PlayStation Classic is bad, and so are the NES Classic Mini, SNES Classic Mini, and every other retro mini console for that matter.
The Call of Duty: Blackout open beta appears to have been quite the success, so why are we a bit concerned?
A couple of days ago, it was announced that Henry Cavill will play Geralt of Rivia in the Netflix adaptation of The Witcher. The internet was......
Other than the fact the post-apocalyptic, zombie setting is done to death, Days Gone sounds like a solid idea on paper.
Zombies are at a low ebb in terms of popularity, so why are there so many zombie video games in the works?
Playing through the recent demo of Detroit: Become Human, there are signs of Quantic Dream's virtues and sins everywhere.
The Nintendo Switch is a hit with indies, but for how long, and what can Nintendo do to ensure studios thrive?
Why the PUBG Savage map is going to make us all better players, by refusing to let us rest on our laurels (and default to extreme...
The Xbox One may have lost this console generation, but Microsoft is laying the groundwork to win the next.
Daniel Lipson dives into a personal journey he had with FFXV, exploring the ways that games intertwine with our lives, helping us through difficult times.
With the advent of the new AMD Ryzen APUs, we were wondering – can you build a console-killing PC without a dedicated GPU, and how much...
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