The lights are on
If you didn't think this was bound to happen eventually, then you've
underestimated the ability of Kinect hackers. Someone has finally got
Microsoft's motion-tracking device working on a PlayStation 3. See the
results for yourself.
LEGO creator Luke Watkins Hutchinson (or Derfel Cadarn) has assembled an incredible diorama depicting the Dragonborn's siege of a Stormcloak tower.
This isn't gameplay, but it certainly sets the stage for Geralt's adventure.
By now many of you have met Portal 2's robotic buddies, ATLAS and P-Body.
You'll assemble your team of heroes in Dragon Age, but an army needs to eat.
Rogue One is cracked wide open earlier than Disney likely intended.
Did You Know Gaming gives a rundown of interesting facts about the PlayStation 4.
Whether you finished the game and loved it, or never got past the silly
barrel-sneaking section, you should check out this wonderfully drawn
summary of the brilliant GameCube game’s events.
As the story goes, E.T. for the Atari was such a huge failure, that all unsold and returned cartridges were buried in the desert. In this photo op, Atari's founder Nolan Bushnell pretends to search for the abandoned cartridges in the desert.
The Doctor, the TARDIS, and Daleks have shown up in a number of games throughout the years.
If after playing Batman: Arkham Origins, you wondered how or why Black Mask and Deathstroke decided to work together – wonder no more.
Will Ferrell is holding a contest for a winner to play some video games with him, and it's all in the interest of raising money for charity.