You know we’ve arrived at the back half of a month when Xbox Game Pass subscribers are treated to a second helping of new games hitting the library.
Dragon Ball FighterZ is finally getting rollback netcode by way of the newly announced PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S versions of the game. The update will also be available on PC.
The year 2020 was a big year for the Cyberpunk genre in video games because the hotly-anticipated (and long-in-development) Cyberpunk 2077 was finally released that year.
Skull and Bones was first revealed in 2017. As a major fan of Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, I was thrilled to see Ubisoft dive back into piracy, this time with a new IP. At that point, Skull and Bones was a 5v5
Sonic Frontiers is Game Informer’s latest cover story, and what’s a good cover story without a Rapid-Fire interview? Join us as we sit down with industry legend Takashi Iizuka
Monster Rancher was revived late last year with the release of the Monster Ranger 1&2 DX collection, and Bandai Namco isn’t going to stop there. In fact, the series is going bigger.
There’s the rumor of a remake of the first Assassin’s Creed, and there’s also a rumor that possibly this year, we might be getting a smaller-scale game called Assassin’s Creed Rift that’s centered
It’s been a wild month of video game announcements, updates, trailers, and more courtesy of June’s gaming showcase schedule. Between the 2022 Xbox & Bethesda showcase
Today during Devolver Digital’s Summer Game Fest live stream, a new trailer for Skate Story was revealed. And honestly, you just need to see it. It looks so cool.
Now that the calendar has shifted from May to June, Pride month has officially kicked off. In support of LGBTQIA+ communities, Microsoft will be donating money to charity, selling a new controller design