Madden will remain as the NFL's lone simulation-based game through at least the 2025 season.
The Switch version of Atlus' experimental puzzle game will include all existing add-on content plus three extra voice options from the Persona series.
If passed, EA will retain the exclusive rights to produce simulation-based NFL games up to the release of Madden NFL 26 and potentially Madden NFL 27.
The online showcase will include upcoming games from the likes of Atlus, Arc System Works, Sega, and Grasshopper Manufacture
PlatinumGames’ 100-hero action game gets its much deserved second chance.
A one-man team at FYQD-Studio is bringing lightning-quick gunplay and sword combat, along with some impressive visuals to the Xbox Series X.
In just 11 days, New Horizons became the Animal Crossing series' best-selling title.
Statues of May's character, Soldier, have been placed throughout Team Fortress 2's maps, and will play many of his iconic lines.
Physical copies of the game are now set to release on June 30 in the US and July 3 in Europe. Codes will begin going out to Kickstarter backers who opted for a digital version on May 7.
Players in affected countries will have until July 31 to redeem any download codes or to re-download and update software.
The PS5 DualSense controller looks like a departure, but under the hood, like Xbox, it’s a series of small evolutions over what we have now.
Super Mario Maker 2's last major update is a big one, letting you create your own worlds and even your own personal Mario game.
The indie game showcase, a major staple at conventions like PAX East and West, will sunset operations for the remainder of the coronavirus pandemic.
"You were good, son. Real good. Maybe even the best."
Artist Viny Kun commemorated Final Fantasy 7 Remake's launch with a touching fan art that has the new walking hand-in-hand with the old.
With the long-awaited game now out in Japan, Final Fantasy VII Remake's director Tetsuya Nomura welcomed players back to Midgar with a commemorative illustration of its hero.
The series' creative director joined the latest PlayStation Blogcast to discuss The Last of Us Part II's indefinite delay, its development status, the options being explored for its eventual launch, and the problems with releasing a demo in the meantime.