Daybreak’s recent attempt to introduce a monthly subscription to H1Z1’s Battle Royale Mode during Early Access has soured relations with its player base despite temporarily holding off.
Jack Wood continues his ‘LOVE LETTERS’ series with Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, explaining why the first GTA game that anybody plays is always one of their more memorable moments and why Vice City still stands above the rest.
Composer Ernie Roth announces during a Distant Worlds symphony that a Final Fantasy XII remake is on its way.
E3, she be comin’.
Here’s a complete timing schedule for the UK – main conferences, livestreams, side shows and all.
Featuring more than 70 figurines, the Edition Atlas Tomb Raider set is one of the rarest and most sought after by video game figurine collectors – and here, in all its glory, is the entire set listed on eBay.
Our very own Dan Cox gives us his thoughts of Nintendo’s newest IP, Splatoon, after having inked about with the global testfire demo. Yes, ‘inked about’ was a pun. No, it probably doesn’t make any sense.
The rhythm genre is about to hit the mass market once more with a new Rock Band hitting the shelves soon, but many of us have temporarily lost our rhythm game mojo. That’s where Beat Trainer Deluxe steps in.
First 4 Figures, the sculptors behind beautiful figures from Zelda, Metroid, Sonic, Mega Man and more begin pre-orders of their new Viewtiful Joe figurine – and it’s gorgeous.
Responsible for The Sims, The Sims 2, Spore, SimCity and DarkSpore, Maxis Emeryville – serving as both the founding studio and headquarters of Maxis – has been unexpectedly shut down by EA.
Seeing as the world is currently entrapped in some sort of llama drama, this seems as good a time as any to take a look back at the PC (DOS) classic ‘LLAMATRON: 2118’.
English Minecraft fans, rejoice! Mojang has recently revealed that 2015’s MINECON will be hosted in London in the Spring.
Described as a mixture of Dark Souls’ difficulty and Mega Man’s precise platforming, (with tastes of Earthworm Jim and Rayman thrown in) Bacon Man is a three-person developed platformer/RPG that somehow manages to deliver more charm and quality than many AAA titles thrown in our direction these days.