Modding is truly one of the wonders of PC gaming, giving you reasons to replay new titles and breathing life back into older games.
Razer did very well for itself at CES 2015, winning accolades for its announcements, and the electronics company looks to continue its success at GDC. The highlighted product this time around will be the Nabu X, and Razer will be giving them away to developers.
The first downloadable content for Total War: Attila, The Longbeards Culture Pack, has been released.
Dying Light's previously-announced DLC pack, The Ultimate Survivor Bundle, has been given a release date by developer Techland.
Announcements are coming out of GDC at rapid pace, and few were busier yesterday than Valve.
Virtual reality is just about the hottest trend in gaming right now, and Sony's Project Morpheus headset for PlayStation 4 is one of the products leading the charge. New details were announced yesterday at GDC, including when we can expect the device.
Big news for owners of Halo: The Master Chief Collection: the long-awaited update focusing on fixing fundamental online issues is live.
Like the Havoc DLC pack before it, Call of Duty: Advance Warfare players on Xbox One now have special early access to the Ascendance bonus weapons.
Dragon Age: Inquisition has been out for months, already picking up many game of the year awards, but Bioware are continuing to update and patch the game.
Pokémon Shuffle, a digital title available on the eShop for Nintendo 3DS, has been downloaded 1 million times.
Uncharted 4: A Thief's End is a hugely anticipated title given the popularity of the franchise, and the upcoming entry is ready to hit you right in the emotional sweet spot.
Destiny's companion app was always well-made and fun to flip through, but its ultimate usefulness was up for debate. You could read Grimoire cards and see what your Guardians currently had in their posession, but the addition of remote Vault access has turned the app's necessity on its head.
The current version of one of the most powerful and popular graphics engines in gaming, Unreal 4, has been made free to license and use in development.
Sony's PlayStation Now service has received a batch of new games, refreshing the offerings for subscribers now that we've entered March.
Warner Bros has today announced Mortal Kombat X for mobile devices, bringing a version of the upcoming brutal brawler to iOS and Android devices.