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Sony has revealed what free games PlayStation Plus members can look forward to in July, and it starts with a raucous trip to hell.
Mods are already available for the PC and Xbox One.
The physics-based sensation lets players build their own rockets and (try to) blast off to other planets.
The Lost Treasures free DLC and patch 1.08 introduce a host of changes to the game's multiplayer.
There is most certainly a market for $150 controllers.
What's everyone's favorite thing to do in all video games? Drown, of course.
We take a look at all of the aliens, droids, and familiar faces included in the new Lego Star Wars title.
Sega's 3DS dungeon-crawling dragon-fighter 7th Dragon III Code: VFD is getting a free demo today.
Get ready to prove how good you really are.
Things may soon look very familiar in the new Doom.
"The challenge was terrifying and thrilling," composer Bear McCreary says.
EA brings another major lawsuit to a close.
In this week's column, Andrew Reiner dives into the latest science-fiction developments for games and movies.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare's composer talks about scoring the latest, sci-fi themed entry in Call of Duty.
It is currently not known if these Pokémon will be featured in the Canadian version of Pokémon Go.
The next chapter in the zombies Origins saga will have mechanized zombies within a 1940's Soviet Union.
The movie is currently breaking records in the East.
G2A offers up to 10-percent royalty to developers.
The Draw Dishonored contest will run through July 17.