XBOX ONE

An unquenchable hunger – Little Nightmares review

by 2 days ago

Some video games have worlds that perfectly capture a player's imagination and become something bigger than the game itself. Places like Bioshock's Rapture or Legend of Zelda's Hyrule instantly grab …

Continue reading →

Call of Duty: WWII reveal trailer

by 4 days ago

Activision today aired the first trailer for this fall's Call of Duty: WWII. The trailer features grizzly scenes from the iconic invasion of Normandy, which will be the primary setting of WWII's single-player …

Continue reading →

Capcom announces Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite cinematic story mode, new characters

by 5 days ago

Yesterday, Capcom released details on a whole slew of new information about its upcoming Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite. In collaboration with the comic juggernaut, Capcom announced eight more characters as …

Continue reading →

Agents of Mayhem Launching August 15th

by 2 weeks ago

Deep Silver has put together, in humorous fashion, a trailer for the upcoming open world third-person action game, Agents of Mayhem. To celebrate the crunch of tax day, Deep Silver …

Continue reading →

RiME goes behind-the-scenes with new developer diary

by 3 weeks ago

Grey Box recently released a new developer diary video for the game RiME, which takes a behind-the-scenes look at the game. The puzzle-adventure game will be available on May 26 …

Continue reading →

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands gets its first expansion, new game update later this month

by 3 weeks ago

Ubisoft announced that Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands will be getting its first expansion later this month. Titled Narco Road, the expansion will revolve around three gangs of smugglers, and …

Continue reading →

Aaero drops the bass and speeds onto PC and consoles today

by 3 weeks ago

Mad Fellows Games, in cooperation with Reverb Triple XP, has released Aaero, a music-shooter hybrid. The game is currently available to download for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. Aaero …

Continue reading →

A thrilling throwback: Yooka-Laylee review

by 3 weeks ago

On paper, Yooka-Laylee achieves everything it sets out to do. It’s fun, full of life, and a successful homage to the golden age of Nintendo 64-era 3D platformers. Essentially, it …

Continue reading →

Mired in mediocrity: Vikings—Wolves of Midgard review

by 3 weeks ago

I had my first experience with Vikings—Wolves of Midgard last year. Although my time with the game was limited, there were some key areas in need of tweaking. Even for …

Continue reading →

Enigami showcases Shiness character trailer ahead of April release

by 3 weeks ago

Today, Enigami released a trailer for its upcoming Action-RPG Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom, available to download for PlatStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on April 18. The trailer highlights the …

Continue reading →

Just two gruff military hardened dudes sitting in an elevator – Bulletstorm: Full Clip edition review

by 3 weeks ago

Way back in 2011, when Bulletstorm saw its first release, I thought of the game as nothing more than a way to get my hands on a demo for Gears …

Continue reading →

Project Scorpio might run better than equivalent PC hardware

by 4 weeks ago

Microsoft's upcoming console upgrade, Project Scorpio, promises to be the "most powerful console ever built." And according to the folks at Digital Foundry, the console can go toe-to-toe with some …

Continue reading →