'H1Z1' staff Jimmy Whisenhunt and Tom Schenck played the game for almost an hour on Twitch, and it looks like a game that needs a little bit of work but has a promising future.
They've since corrected the mistake, but a post on Disney's fan blog gave away the date for the sequel to last year's 'Infinity.'
Unfortunately it looks like we might have to settle for T-shirts and more in-game appearances.
IGN ran a graphics comparison, and PS3 actually held its own against the PS4 and PC versions.
'Origins' and 'Shattered Memories' are getting Vita ports, but a concrete release date hasn't been nailed down yet.
The developers at Creative Assembly really put a lot of dedication into making sure this future looked like one that was cooked up in the '80s.
Activision has removed any trace of the game from its site, and said in a statement that the One version is just 'TBD' for now.
One of the best platformers ever is coming to 3DS and Wii U today, along with some other GBA titles for Wii U and some price drops.
In a lengthy feature about Toys for Bob on 'Polygon,' the 'Skylanders' developers revealed that their game was initially made to be sold to Nintendo, and why they chose Spyro to be their mascot.
PlayStation Blog detailed the final installment today, including new weapons, maps and a new super difficult single player game mode.
The 'Watch Dogs' publisher committed one of the biggest by-the-book PR no-nos, and then tried to cover their butts afterwards.
Toys'R'Us is teaming up with Activision to give away the final 'Swap Force' figure next week, and there'll probably be some parental bloodshed as a result.
How come Canada gets all the nice things? Also, EB Games apparently still exists.
Some leaked photos from the film's shooting in Abu Dhabi show a giant metal disc that looks suspiciously like a foot.
All I heard was some creepy garble on the 'H1Z1' site, but Reddit of course turned that into two beautiful new screenshots.