Free-to-play and online. A new Dragon's Dogma is revealed.
Koei Tecmo's demon hunting title making move to PS4
Randy Pitchford has announced that Borderlands 3 is on its way.
It's Sunday, so that means the end of a week and a recap of all that's gone down in the gaming world and links...
Highly regarded RPG's released on the 4th February
Physical copies of Dying Light now delayed by 1 month outside of the US. DLC offered as compensation.
Charles Cecil discusses Revolution Games' next project, Beneath a Steel Sky 2 and pretty much confirms Broken Sword 6 will happen.
We've got a first look at episode 2 of Telltale's Game of Thrones series for your ogling pleasure.
Sony Bend, a smaller division of Sony who made Uncharted: Golden Abyss for Vita are working on something new. And it's supposedly something epic.
PS4 exclusive third person shooter, The Order: 1886, gets a splendid new trailer. Check it out here.
Telltale Games tweeted earlier today that we're in for a treat tomorrow: a first look trailer of episode two of their Game of Thrones series.
Our (hopeful) speculation has been confirmed... Elder Scrolls Online is going to be released on PS4 and Xbox One - with no monthly subscription...
Well, 2K have finally announced the news that we were all kind of anticipating - Borderlands 2 and Borderlands: The Pre-sequel are indeed making their way onto PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in the form of a HD compilation.
Nintendo have announced that their Club Nintendo service is closing, but a new service will be announced shortly as a replacement.
Sony have announced details of the 10% discount and PS+ extension that members are receiving as an apology for the holiday PSN outages.
Techland have announced that physical copies of Dying Light will be delayed in most territories outside of the US, citing production lead times as the issue.
Bandai Namco Europe have treat us to a brand spanking new trailer for Project CARS, set to release on 20 March. Watch it here and see what we think!