Twitch variety streamer CohhCarnage has a well-earned rest day after streaming for 2,000 straight days with no breaks.
Devil May Cry is getting its own board game adaption, Devil May Cry: The Bloody Palace, thanks to Steamforged Games.
Blizzard has revealed their PVP content plans for World of Warcraft Classic, which launches on PC sometime in Summer 2019.
Underwear battler Brief Battles is out on PC, PS4, and Xbox One on May 7, 2019. Nintendo Switch launching later this year.
Stress Level Zero's VRgame Boneworks has new gameplay footage via the Node Youtube channel that shows off combat, physics, and robot headbutting.
Oklahoma High Schools have launched a school-sponsored, ten team esports league for the 2019-20 academic year -- adding an incentive to go to school.
The Enter the Gungeon final update "Farewell to Arms" launches, adding new modes and the (IMPORTANT!) ability to pet the dog.
The Federal Trade Commission will hold a workshop on the issues surrounding loot boxes on August 7, 2019.
Persona 5 has joined Playstation Hits lineup, dropping its price to $19.99 permanently.
Paranoia: Happiness is Mandatory is set to release sometime later in 2019.
Ubisoft's toys-to-life game Starlink: Battle for Atlas shuts down production of physical toys to focus on digital content like upcoming Star Fox missions.
Borderlands 3 cover art and collector's edition reportedly leaked on Twitter by user Wario64, though developer Gearbox won't confirm it.
Romero Games and Paradox Interactive announce partnership for a new strategy game based on an original IP.
ThinkGeek's latest April Fools' product line includes a Kirby Roomba, an NBA Jam Mini Hoop, and a Mimic-like fake package.
Devil May Cry 5 gets free DLC called the "Bloody Palace", a 101-floor wave mode that will test your stylish skills with hordes of demons and devils.
Nvidia reveals their 2019 April Fools prank, the holographic, A.I.-powered Personal Assistant R.O.N.
SNK Corporation and Digital Eclipse are releasing a collection of Neo Geo Samurai Shodown games for Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC, and PS4.
Sony announced that Driveclub servers will be taken offline in March 2020 and that all Driveclub content will be delisted from PSN in August 2019.