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Fresh from their most recent attempt at sending the series back to its horror roots, Capcom has announced that Resident Evil 7 will be going to back to its horror roots.
Game publishers are scratching their heads in confusion at results from their focus testers which show calling an HD re-release the ‘More Money Edition’ isn’t a good idea.
A council of experienced hypeologists have issued a stern warning to game publishers that it’s still “too early” to awaken the E3 Hype Machine.
Developer Eidos Montreal has revealed that the upcoming sequel to Human Revolution will address the long-standing confusion over whether or not Jensen asked for this.
Gamer William Sherman has vented his frustration today about what he calls his “unfair” banning from a comments section where he was taking part in a debate on LGBTI representation in gaming.
Gamers are reluctantly intrigued by leaks from inside Sony’s Santa Monica studio that show a newly domesticated Kratos trying to desperately cook dinner before his wife comes home from work.
The Federal Court of Australia has ruled against Valve in a landmark case last week, finding that the game developer’s defence of saying “nuh-uh” really loudly was “ineffective” and “pretty dumb”.
Nintendo has quietly put a halt on production of its current video game console, with retailers advised that current shipments will be the last available until the same thing with a new name arrives in late 2016.
Sony’s announcement of the launch details of the PlayStation VR headset has gamers extremely excited to find out whether or not the machine they’re investing hundreds of dollars in will soon become unsupported and useless.
Microsoft have this week announced that they will be re-doubling their commitment to getting repeatedly beaten by Sony in every measurable sales and performance metric.
No Man’s Sky, the gorgeous sandbox in which an almost-infinite procedurally-generated universe is revealed in real-time before your eyes, has some players worried that they might have to use their imagination.
Namco Bandai and From Software have wowed Souls-fans this week with the announcement of a new difficulty mode for the game which literally cannot be beaten, as all the enemies are invincible and will kill you in one hit.
Bethesda continues to break new ground this week with an innovative new approach to cost increases: delivering them as DLC after the game has launched.
Online combatants will be murdering for love instead of hate in a Valentine’s Day themed event this weekend that observers are describing as “very natural, definitely not forced at all”.
Although many have expressed disbelief at this out-of-nowhere move, the company’s financial reports are clear: a Battlefield game, published by EA, will launch this year.
The classic Far Cry experience of trying to quietly take a dump in the bushes but being mauled to death instead has received a glorious HD makeover in Far Cry Primal, we can reveal today.
A major game developer has surprised players today by revealing that they were planning to maximise the processing power of the PS4/XB1/PC (delete as applicable) with their new game, rather than just half-arsing it.
The latest patch for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has drawn critical acclaim after bringing a 500% increase in objects that Geralt can stick his dick into.