The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall is 15 years old today! I’ve got some moon sugar for the party, but shhh, keep that on the downlow.
Feeding pop culture’s voracious zombie addiction, here’s Deep Silver’s launch trailer for the upcoming Dead Island.
Mass Effect 3 will be the final time you will Commander Shepard-endorse any store on the Citadel, but it might not be the last time you see Omega.
Brave, noble and valiant, the eight-year-old MMO, Star Wars Galaxies, is going out with a bang.
The roots of the RPG are available again! AND THERE WAS MUCH REJOICING!
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, Martin played one of the greatest Star Wars videogame series ever made. But did this once-celebrated series disappear during the Great Purge, or is it hiding out on the planet of Dagobah waiting to one day bring balance back to the Force?
Will we forever be surrounded by games who strive to follow in the footsteps of Call of Duty, Grand Theft Auto, and other big blockbuster titles, and can we expect smaller and more innovative titles to survive in the current gaming world?
The mystery of Halo 4 continues with the release of a new concept art trailer; also, more details on the Chief and Cortana.
The story behind indie mech-shooter, Hawken, is teased in this new trailer.
In her head-to-head with the blonde, redhead Shepard emerges victorious as the default “FemShep” for Mass Effect 3.
Repent, heathen, for you know not the Word of Deklanus! Look upon his words and despair, for he is mighty and vengeful and is intolerant of Black & White 2 in the final edition of Summer Overlord.
Chad puts on his mirrorshades and unravels the conspiracies at the heart of Eidos Montreal’s prequel to Deus Ex.
With less then a month to go, we finally get to peek at the multiplayer maps for Gears of War 3.
Bethesda get a little ahead of themselves once again, and announce Skyrim’s DLC is coming to the Xbox 360 first.
Is the games industry being slowly suffocated by larger publishers with only money-signs in mind? In this week’s FRT, the team ask if these companies are doing more harm than good.
Assassin’s Creed: Revelations gets a shiny Ultimate Bundle courtesy of GameStop.
Gameloft brings war to iOS & Android.