Between Twitch and Titanfall, March 11 is shaping up to be a busy day for the Xbox One.
They rebooted Thief, and it's not as bad as everyone feared—but also not as good as everyone hoped.
For the week of February 17: the best Humble Bundle in ages, people caring about the US Postal Service, and our favorite bird on a skateboard makes his triumphant (maybe) return.
Starting with the March update, Microsoft will be soliciting feedback from users on its Xbox One updates.
The popular shooter is free to play this weekend and this weekend only.
Surprise! After six years of development, that Doom sequel/reboot/something still exists.
Despite the rumors, managing director Gabe Newell swears his company doesn't care about your gross browsing habits.
Despite BioShock Infinite's critical acclaim and good sales, Ken Levine announced that Irrational is closing its doors and laying off all but fifteen people.
Harmonix talked to us about its new game at D.I.C.E. and it's about as far from Rock Band as anything could be.
Happy Valentine's Day! EA begs for your love with free Dungeon Keeper, Twitch.tv consumes its parent, and Flappy Bird lives...kind of.
Just think what modern technologies could do for these old favorites!
EVE: Valkyrie is the first exclusive launch title for the Oculus Rift headset, and the improvements in the latest Rift prototype make it far more immersive than before.
More than a mere Call of Duty clone with robots, Titanfall mixes frenetic action with some surprisingly smart gameplay - and signups for beta testing are now open.
When the PlayStation Vita arrives, it will include a copy of Borderlands 2 and a memory card that allows you to actually play the game.
Octodad is a great gimmick that takes itself too seriously. But at least the theme song is amazing!