What's new on Nintendo's eShop this week for the Wii U, 3DS and 2DS? Let's find out!
The apocalypse is funny! This is basically the premise behind Sunset Overdrive, an Xbox One exclusive open-world shooter. Let's take a look behind the scenes with creative director Drew Murray (a bearded man).
The Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS details keep coming from Nintendo ahead of the staggered release of both versions, with the 3DS title set to hit on October 3. The Wii U version does not yet have a set release date, but is due out some time this holiday season.
Just more than seven years after its original release, Bioshock is seeing yet another launch, this time on the touch screens of iOS devices.
Tekken 7 director Katsuhiro Harada and his Twitter feed remain one of the better sources of Tekken news on the internet.
The LGBTQAI-themed game con GaymerX is now GX3 and back again for a third go-round on Kickstarter. What can backers get besides the knowledge they've done some good in the (gaming) world?
Indie early access Steam title The Forest today received another scheduled update through an automatic patch, bringing several changes and new features to the game with version 0.06. However, an unknown bug in the update was causing the game to crash, which forced the developers to roll The Forest back to its previous state until they can solve the issue.
Infinity Blade III will launch its final update, Kingdom Come, shortly.
Apple will release a big-screened 12.9 inch iPad early next year, according to sources speaking to Bloomberg. The iPad will be much bigger than any offering out there right now-Cupertino currently sells iPads with 9.7 inch and 7.9 inch screens (screens are measured diagonally).
Apparently leading the charge for DRM-free games wasn't enough.
Ephemeral messaging app Snapchat is worth $10 billion, according to sources speaking to The Wall Street Journal. Legendary venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers supposedly committed to investing $20 million in the service back in May based off that huge valuation.
Hewlett-Packard has announced a voluntary recall of power cords that could burn you, set your office on fire and delete all your documents not stored in the cloud if your laptop is melted in the flames. The recall is for nearly 6 million power cords in the United States and Canada.