The lights are on
Even better, both versions of the game are going to be available in 3D.
Atlus brings together first-person gameplay, beat-em-up action, and one of the weirdest video game worlds ever.
BioShock 2 DLC for PC was recently canceled due to "technical and
timing issues," but good news has come along: Development for the extra
content is back on. PC players can expect Protector Trials and
Minerva’s Den as well as a patch headed their way soon.
Today THQ and Double Fine have announced an add-on for downloadable hit,
Stacking. The Lost Hobo King will be released in early April.
Peggle 2 isn't going to be the biggest Xbox One launch title, but it's sure to please a lot of fans of the first game.
A new trailer for the upcoming PlayStation Network title breaks down
exactly how the crazy tower-building, brawling hybrid will play.
What's the budget-conscious gamer have to look forward to this week? Check out this week's console downloads.
Find out what happens when the Silver Age is invaded by a foul-mouthed star.
Looks like Smart Bomb
Interactive will soon give us a reason to return to the cockpit with
upcoming DLC: Suppertime of Destruction.
Do you like Sega? Rally racing? Being online? Boy, do we have a game for you.
Even if you aren't a fan of DotA or Smash Bros., take note: Awesomenauts looks like it'll be a good time for anyone who likes
blowing things up, competition, and summoning angry bulls.
We’ve got the scoop on what's worth your time.