The lights are on
Sony has confirmed that the PS4-exclusive RPG developed by From Software will be hitting early next year in North America.
We're not sure the next Phoenix Wright will make its way to North America, but that doesn't mean we can't enjoy its trailers.
Called "Episode Duscae," the demo will let players try out the opening sections of the long-awaited game.
Development reins have been passed to Hajime Tabata, the director behind Final Fantasy Type 0 and Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII.
A Counter-Strike modder going by the name Nipper on Steam Workshop has recreated the Gone Home's familiar house for use with Valve's shooter.
We will be covering all of the games and news from the Tokyo Game Show, but we are also using our time in Japan to stray off the beaten path and check out interesting bits of gamer culture like the Studio Ghibli museum.
Nintendo's mascot just can't stop getting into fights, but here's one
you won't see in the upcoming Super Smash Bros.
Final Fantasy IV is the latest in Square-Enix's
popular RPG series to head over to the PC via Steam.
Nintendo's well-insulated brawlers almost starred in the company's upcoming fighter.
No wireless PC option yet, but this is a good step for PC users.
Gearbox doesn't have plans for VR right now, but the studio does have a Project Morpheus devkit (among others).
Destiny is putting smiles on the faces of Activision investors.