Forget your fancy polygons, bloom lighting and words like "MMO" and "FPS." Back in the old days, we had two dimensions, a limited color palette and that's the way we liked it, dagnabbit!
Nintendo has recently announced two new items for North American consumers who take part in the Club Nintendo loyalty program: An 8-bit Super Mario shirt and Super Mario shoelaces.
January through March might just be three consecutive months of unrestrained fright if all of these Silent Hill titles make it out as promised. Konami today called to remind us that the survival horror franchise is planning
We hype up the fact that The Lord of the Rings: War in the North is available on major consoles and the PC -- game went on sale Tuesday, folks -- but we often forget that OnLive,
Yes, the Nightwing Bundle Pack DLC is finally available for Batman: Arkham City. Owners of the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of the game got the opportunity to prance -- or punch -- their way through
I wonder who decides when to dedicate an entire month to a cause? For instance, November is Family Video Game Month and I didn't even know. And I love video games! I know: Shocker.
PlayStation Home, the PS3's Second Life-esque social environment, is getting another facelift that goes live tomorrow.
Monolith Studios' Batman-themed MMO, Gotham City Impostors, is still taking beta code requests for its console release. Our own John Colaw has reported on the game before, most recently about gameplay impressions from demos available at PAX.
Didn't we all agree that Jimmy Fallon was the late-night host for gamers when he practically had a seizure whilst playing a demo of The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword with the Regginator? Well, looks like another
No, you didn't misread that headline. If you live in the UK and are a card-carrying Makro member, you can pick up any piece of Nintendo hardware for £90. Nintendo 3DS? Yep. Wii? Of course. DSi and
For its upcoming strategy title, Army Corps of Hell, the mother of all JRPG developers is offering to hook customers up with a PlayStation Vita and a copy of the game. All you've gotta do is visit
The Wii game based on the popular Mexican television sitcom-turned-cartoon, El Chavo, finally has its ESRB rating. With a big ol' E gracing its cover art, the game is one step closer to its release, of which