The year ahead is simply dripping with esports events, as we take a look at some of the most promising tournaments and leagues of 2019.
New Wave Toys' Street Fighter II: Championship Edition X Replicade is a fully functional 12-inch arcade cabinet.
Sound the alarms and alert the guards because The Escapists 2: Pocket Breakout is now available on Android and iOS devices.
Orcs, and dragons, and ghosts. Oh, my! 8-Bit Hordes is filled to the brim with magic, madness, and military forces.
2019's Professional Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition series, the Capcom Pro Tour, will see a number of premier events throughout the year.
Peter Parker gets silly as the classic Bag-Man costume finally makes its way to Marvel's Spider-Man on PlayStation 4.
Ash Ketchum sends his greetings from Pallet Town in the latest trailer for Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee!
Assassin's Creed: Odyssey is among the nominees for the Oustanding Video Game category at the 30th GLAAD Media Awards.
With Mortal Kombat 11's release looming over us, Mortal Kombat Mobile will be adding warriors from the upcoming fighter.
The latest event to hit Overwatch is packed full of festive goodness including legendary skins, emotes, and the return of Capture the Flag.
Pikuniku pulls no punches in delivering a surreal sensation and bizarre characters in its launch trailer for PC and Nintendo Switch.
Run and gun action is on the menu for SNK 40th Anniversary Collection with the addition of the Ikari titles.
Brooklyn 99 star Terry Crews has expressed interest in playing Mortal Kombat's classic character Jax following artwork from BossLogic.
Fortnite's new Sneaky Snowman item allows you to create a frosty shield and move freely around the battlefield incognito.
The North American Street Fighter League will be kicking off in April of this year with an interesting team-based format.
Ion Maiden's latest update packs a new level called Heskel's House of Horrors which is filled with creepy imagery and a non-stop hail of bullets.
BlazBlue: Centralfiction - Special Edition brings the series' signature gameplay and an enormous roster to Nintendo Switch next month.
Dark humor and a grim nostalgic 1980s overtone are the order of the day as Pixel Crow's Beat Cop lands on Android devices.