The lights are on
Twenty years ago, the world was introduced to Warcraft, X-COM, and The Elder Scrolls.
Assassin's Creed began its life as another popular Ubisoft series.
We've come a long way since Pac-Man's fruit and Castlevania's wall pork chops.
Dark Horse's decades of Star Wars comics are out of digital print as of January 1.
Some of alain471’s Game Informer collection has been immortalized in a stylish table.
Watch a video that shows the villain of Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire taking center stage in a hacked version of the game.
Yesterday we learned that Destiny has nearly 13 million players, so it
should come to no surprise that some of those players are talented
artists who are ready to share their vision of Destiny with the world.
Players who recently donated to a Cards Against Humanity holiday promotion have been awarded ownership of one square foot of an island off the coast of Maine.
That teased Lego Jurassic World video game is looking more likely by the minute.
A clever cartoon reveals that the three-pronged red lightsaber is only the tip of the iceberg.
Destiny players love getting purple engrams, but if you look closely at
the one held by The Cryptarch on Bungie's holiday card, you'll see this
gift isn't quite as legendary as it seems.
Yacht Club Games' Shovel Knight was received warmly by critics and gamers alike, so much so for the fans at Wind-Up Dog Animation that they decided to create an animated holiday special based on it.