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  • Blog Post: It Looks Like The Next Call Of Duty Game Is Called Infinite Warfare

    If you happen to be on the PlayStation Store right now, you’ll see a trending listing that probably isn’t actually trending. The next Call of Duty game, being developed by Infinity Ward hasn’t been formally revealed yet. Sony might have spilled the beans on the title, though. The PlayStation... More
  • Blog Post: Report: Platinum Games President Tatsuya Minami Has Stepped Down

    Tatsuya Minami (right) recently shared dinner with Hideo Kojima (left) According to a report from Japanese website, gamebusiness.jp , Platinum Games president and CEO Tatsuya Minami has stepped down from his position. According to a translation from Gematsu , Kenichi Sato has been named as Minami's... More
  • Blog Post: Report: Stardew Valley Has Sold Over A Million Copies

    If there's one thing the last two months has taught, people love farming, tangling with townfolk, and fishing (ok maybe not so much that last part). A lot of them apparently since publisher Chucklefish Games just reportedly confirmed to Polygon in an email that Stardew Valley has sold over one million... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Xbox One Division Agents Aren't Lost Forever, Says Ubisoft

    Update: There's some good news (and maybe some bad news) for Xbox One players affected by vanishing characters following the April 12 patch. On the bright side, those characters will be restored. However, any progress you made after the patch went live at 12 a.m. Pacific / 3 a.m. Eastern on April... More
  • Blog Post: Report: Fable Legends Development Might Be Saved

    Update: Microsoft has responded to our request for comment, though there is no new information to share. The company says it remains in conversation with employees about next steps during the consultation period. “We aren’t sharing additional details beyond that we have ceased development... More
  • Blog Post: FEC Questioning California Congressman's $1,300 Purchase Of Steam Games Using Campaign Funds

    Image source: @Rep_Hunter Alpine, California Representative Duncan Hunter is currently under questioning by the Federal Election Commission for using campaign funds to make 68 separate Steam purchases. The San Diego Union-Tribune reports that Hunter's spokesman, Joe Kasper, is attributing the purchases... More
  • Blog Post: Rumored BioShock Collection For Current-Gen Consoles Looking More Likely

    The ESRB has listed something that might splice up your life. The video game rating board in the United States signals that BioShock: The Collection is on the way. The listing, which echoes the Taiwanese rating board last month , indicates that all three games are included for PlayStation 4, Xbox One... More
  • Blog Post: Update: Final Fantasy XV Out September 30, Platinum Demo Now Live

    Update: The release date was confirmed at the Final Fantasy Uncovered event as September 30, 2016. The Platinum demo is also now live. Tonight's big Final Fantasy event is centered around new information and the long awaited release date for the fifteenth main numbered installment. It appears that... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Nintendo Addresses Report That It Is Ending Wii U Production In 2016

    Update: We continue to wait for an official statement from Nintendo of America. However, the company's Japanese arm has issued a comment addressing a report that Wii U production will cease in 2016 . Kotaku has surfaced a comment given to Japan's IT Media . Nintendo reportedly suggests that the... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Closes Driveclub Developer Evolution Studios

    Update 3: Sony has confirmed Evolution's closure to us. The publisher shared a statement that has been circulating today calling the layoffs "compulsory redundancies." Regular reviews take place throughout SCE Worldwide Studios, ensuring that the resources that we have in such a competitive... More
  • Blog Post: Report: Taiwanese Ratings Board Lists BioShock: The Collection With Box Art

    A Taiwanese ratings board has a listing and box art for BioShock: The Collection on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Twitter user lifelower provided a link to the ratings board . No other details are given by the listing, such as a release date or the Collection's full contents, but it's alluring nonetheless... More
  • Blog Post: Report: J.J. Abrams Confirms Portal And Half-Life Movies Are Still Underway

    Star Wars director J.J. Abrams has confirmed that, yes, the Half-Life and Portal movies announced at DICE 2013 are still happening. IGN interviewed J.J. Abrams about the recent 10 Cloverfield Lane movie, and the topic of the director's film partnership with Valve was quickly touched upon. "Not... More
  • Blog Post: Report: Retailer Listing Points To Star Wars Battlefront DLC Release Date

    Star Wars Battlefront Outer Rim DLC is looking to release in early April, at the price of $15 USD, according to a leaked GameStop retail listing (Disclosure: GameStop is Game Informer's parent company) . The product description reads that players will "fight among the factories of Sullust and... More
  • Blog Post: Report: Zelda Picross Game To Be Given Away As My Nintendo Reward

    A gamer has found My Nintendo Picross - The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess on Nintendo servers, and the game will reportedly be offered as a free title for the company's upcoming My Nintendo rewards program. Twitter user Cellenseres posted a shot of the title, and a post on NeoGAF links to the... More
  • Blog Post: Report: Microsoft’s Console Strategy Shift May Include Modular Hardware Add-Ons

    Earlier today, we reported on a presentation and an interview with Phil Spencer from an Xbox showcase last week. Spencer mentioned that the company’s Universal Windows approach was going to have positive impact for gamers, and that Microsoft may be rethinking its approach to the traditional console... More
  • Blog Post: Confirmed: March Xbox Games With Gold Include Sherlock, Borderlands

    Update: Microsoft has confirmed the four titles revealed earlier by Xbox Espańa. We now have the dates you can download them, too. Xbox One Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments - March 1 through March 31 Lords of the Fallen - March 16 through April 15 Xbox 360 Supreme Commander 2 - March 1 through... More
  • Blog Post: HTC Vive Price Revealed

    HTC has just revealed via a blog post the price for the Vive, a virtual reality headset developed by both HTC and Valve. The consumer edition of the VR headset will cost $799 and ship in early April with two games bundled with it, Fantastic Contraption and Job Simulator: The 2050 Archives. The consumer... More
  • Blog Post: Confirmed: Dark Souls Xbox One Backward Compatibility Coming

    Update: Microsoft has opened pre-purchasing for Dark Souls III. The product listings confirm yesterday's leak regarding Dark Souls backward compatibility. The game is being sold at two price points on the Xbox website and Xbox One console. The standard $59.99 edition and the $84.99 version that includes... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Red Dead And Others Appeared As Backward Compatible By Accident

    Update: As we mentioned in our original story, the appearance of Red Dead Redemption, Halo Wars, Left 4 Dead 2 and other games as backward compatible over the weekend wasn't a guarantee of imminent release. Microsoft has confirmed that these appeared accidentally and they are not ready for distribution... More
  • Blog Post: Report: Titanfall 2 Will Have A Single-Player Campaign, TV Spin-Off Is In Development

    We've yet to see a glimpse of Titanfall 2 (though we know it's set to return sometime before March 2017 ) but it seems that it might have a single-player campaign, according to Forbes . The publication is reporting that the game will have " a dedicated single-player campaign " and that... More
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