Commander Sackboy and the Normandy Crew are ready to mine for iridium across the LittleBigPlanet-Verse.
In this special bonus podcast, we discuss the reveal of the brand new Xbox One!
A "season pass" for four pieces of future Metro: Last Light downloadable content has turned up on Steam.
An overhaul of Xbox Live includes a brand new matchmaking system, and a new generation of achievements.
Star Wars Rebels will take place between Episodes III and IV and focus on the growth of the Empire and birth of the Rebellion.
The game was announced just a few weeks ago after numerous leaks, and was shown to the public for the first time today at the Xbox unveiling event. Infinity Ward wanted to stress the improvements the new engine allowed them to make from detailing in animation to customization in multiplayer.
Pft. Eighth-gen game console? Halo TV series? Forza 5? I'll just sit here and enjoy my free copy of the HD remake of a 2002 game. So much better.
One part Tower Defense, one part FPS, and a sprinkling of RPG for flavor.
The first look at the super-hot Forza 5 on the Xbox One is finally here.
Remedy Entertainment CEO Matias Myllyrinne says Quantum Break could be the "biggest entertainment undertaking" in Finnish history.
You might want to hold on to your 360.
It's not looking good for fans of used games.
Xbox Live General Manager Marc Whitten says developers won't be forced to make Xbox One games always online but hopes they do anyway.
Call of Duty: Ghosts will be made with a new engine, feature customizable multiplayer avatars, and give players a tactical pooch to befriend in the single player game.
All in one, they say: what if a single box could provide all your entertainment?
Another bushel of downloadable content hit Injustice: Gods Among Us this morning, offering players new costumes, new missions and a brand new fighter.
Mild mannered Barbara Gordon has an alter ego that just so happens to kick some butt.
Jason and Colby arm themselves with some pretty powerful puns in this very special episode.
Yahtzee speculates that using full-blown orchestras to make a triple-A game's soundtrack doesn't help that game stay memorable.
This week Lisa gives us five great examples of the slaughter of the English language.
Can someone call Nintendo for me? We've been out of touch for a few years, and I've lost Nintendo's number.
MovieBob speculates on the upcoming television show spun-off from The Avengers.
Take a step into the past in this psychological horror period piece.
Mobile gaming publisher DeNA will "distribute and market" 22 Cans' Godus, but there are questions about how that could impact fans who paid for the game on Kickstarter.