“Dead or Alive 5: Last Round” Heading for Feburary Release

“Dead or Alive 5: Last Round” Heading for Feburary Release

Ready for Its Final Round

"Dead or Alive 5: Last Round's" release date has been announced. On Twitter, Ninja Team retweeted that the game will release on Feb. 17, 2015 in North America with Europe getting their copies on Feb. 20, 2015. Read more »

“The Unfinished Swan” Release Date Announced

“The Unfinished Swan” Release Date Announced

Cross-buy Included

PlayStation 3's "The Unfinished Swan" is heading to the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita, and the release date for the new versions have been announced. Read more »

“Clash of Clans” or Professional Baseball?

“Clash of Clans” or Professional Baseball?

A Hard Decision for Anyone

It seems that what started as a fun past-time turned into an addiction for much of the Kansas City Royals baseball team. After starting the season at the top of their division, a seemingly sudden drop in performance around the halfway mark left the coaching staff puzzled. Read more »

“The Legend of Korra”

“The Legend of Korra”

Just Needs a Bit More Avatar Training

Video game adaptations of different mediums are … tricky beasts to comprehend. They started out great with “DuckTales” and the varying Mickey Mouse games on the NES, SNES, and Genesis. Sure, there were several lackluster ones as well, but normally when a game adaptation was mentioned, people were excited. Not so much nowadays. Most notorious with movies that just released on the big screen, many companies tried to rush a game out that falls further than short to match the movie’s standards. Unless an adaptation is well planned ahead to exist in the universe or on its own (e.g., the “Batman Arkham" series), video game adaptations don’t inspire a lot of confidence. Read more »

“Five Nights at Freddy’s 2” Releases New Trailer

“Five Nights at Freddy’s 2” Releases New Trailer

Back into Freddy's? Oh No...

The sequel to Scott Cawthon's point-and-click survival horror game, "Five Nights at Freddy's," has a sequel in the works according to its Steam Greenlight page. Read more »

Yoshi’s Circuit Returns in “Mario Kart 8”

Yoshi’s Circuit Returns in “Mario Kart 8”

"Mario Kart: Double Dash" Track Comes to First DLC Pack

Another Retro track is brought to life in "Mario Kart 8." This time, it's Yoshi's Circuit from the tag-team racer "Mario Kart: Double Dash" on the Nintendo GameCube. Announced on Nintendo's YouTube page (Japanese language), the track is brought back in HD. Read more »

Amiibo Figures Set for “Hyrule Warriors”

Amiibo Figures Set for “Hyrule Warriors”

Link's Figure from "Super Smash Bros."

"Super Smash Bros. for Wii U" isn't the only game to have "The Legend of Zelda"-themed Amiibo figure support. On Nintendo of America's official Twitter , Nintendo announced that the Link figure styled from his appearance in "Super Smash Bros. for Wii U" will be compatible with "Hyrule Warriors." What this means for "Hyrule Warriors" is unknown at this time, but Nintendo promises more information later. Read more »

Sony’s “Sale of the Dead” Starts Today on PSN

Sony’s “Sale of the Dead” Starts Today on PSN

Get Some Horrifyingly Good Deals

Following a PSN Flash Sale focused on female protagonists, PlayStation is having its yearly "Sale of the Dead." Read more »

“Time Crisis” Returns to Arcades

“Time Crisis” Returns to Arcades

ACTION!

If you've ever been in an arcade, you've probably seen and maybe even played a "Time Crisis" game. Well if you're in Japan (where arcades are still thriving) "Time Crisis" is making a comeback next year. Read more »

Florida State University Finds Test Subjects Think Better With Portals

Florida State University Finds Test Subjects Think Better With Portals

FOR SCIENCE!!!

In a study that totally probably wasn't funded by Aperature Science, Florida State University has found that playing the 2011 video game "Portal 2" is better for your critical thinking skills than other (less "Portal"-y) brain-testing software. Read more »

Steam Pulls Indie Game after Developer Threatens Gabe’s Life

Steam Pulls Indie Game after Developer Threatens Gabe’s Life

Interesting PR Move, Let's See How This Plays Out

Indie developer Mike Maulbeck had his newest release, "Paranautical Activity" removed from Steam today after he allegedly tweeted death threats to Steam's co-founder and managing director Gabe Newell. Read more »

“Super Smash Bros.” Gets Another Nintendo Direct

“Super Smash Bros.” Gets Another Nintendo Direct

New Details for the Wii U Version

"Super Smash Bros. for Wii U" is getting even closer to release, and Nintendo is releasing another Nintendo Direct for the game. Set for Oct. 23 at 3 PM PST/6 PM EST, the Nintendo Direct will share some new information for the Wii U version. Expect some new modes and exclusive stages to be revealed. Read more »

“The Keep” for 3DS

“The Keep” for 3DS

Can it "Keep" up with its brethren?

"C'mon, c'mon, c'mon!" I say to myself as the plane is filling up. I was trying vehemently to finish downloading this game before we pulled away from the gate, as I will soon lose access to the airport Wi-Fi. Just as the engines started, I was greeted with a downloaded game eShop game: "The Keep" by Prague-based CINEMAX (not to be confused with the premium content channel on your cable or satellite box). Read more »

Relive “Halo 2” With “Remaking the Legend”

Relive “Halo 2” With “Remaking the Legend”

Documentary with Major Microsoft Team Players

In celebration of "Halo: The Master Chief Collection" and "Halo 2" in particular, 343 Studios and Microsoft have announced a documentary titled "Remaking the Legend." Read more »

“Pokken” Gets Arcade Test Run

“Pokken” Gets Arcade Test Run

Gauging Interest in the Arcades First

Back in August, "Pokken" screens were leaked, and the game was announced. Since then, no news has surfaced about it ... until now. Read more »

Interview: Kraig Ward for Extra Life

Interview: Kraig Ward for Extra Life

Raising Money for Children through the Love of Gaming

Extra Life is a charity formed by gamers for gamers. On National Game Day, Oct. 25, gamers raise donations for children’s hospitals around the world by participating in a 24-hour gaming marathon. Each participant sets a goal, promotes their cause, and then … just games in order to raise awareness. They choose a children’s hospital they donate to so they can directly affect their local community in a positive way. Read more »

PSN Flash Sale: Oct. 17

PSN Flash Sale: Oct. 17

Flash Sale for "Resident Evil," "Bayonetta," and More

There's another PlayStation Network Flash Sale, with most games lower than $10. At the PlayStation Store, you can find games such as "Bayonetta," "Resident Evil 3: Nemesis," "Resident Evil: Code Veronica X," "Mirror's Edge," and "Beyond Good & Evil." The theme for most of these games are female video game protagonists in the role. These also include movies with a female protagonist. Read more »

“Chivalry: Medieval Warfare” Coming to Consoles

“Chivalry: Medieval Warfare” Coming to Consoles

Sorry PS4 and XB1 Owners, This Is for Last-Gen Only

Torn Banner Studios has announced that its castle-crumbling game, "Chivalry: Medieval Warfare," is coming to PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 sometime this Fall. Read more »

Four Awesome Kickstarters Worth Checking Out

Four Awesome Kickstarters Worth Checking Out

Innovative Games Looking for Funding

There are currently almost 600 live projects on Kickstarter's gaming section. Tabletop, card, and video games alike are looking for funding to complete their ambitious undertakings. Here's a sampling of some of the great ideas looking for backing. Read more »

“Dust: An Elysian Tail” Review for PS4

“Dust: An Elysian Tail” Review for PS4

A Little Game with Big Heart

WARNING: There will be spoilers, but it will be confined to one chunk of text in the "story" section. You may skip over it if you like! Read more »

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