Both of the retailers have the same date listed on their sites, which seems like just too big of a coincidence.
Tons of Batman games are on sale, plus 'Borderlands 2,' Telltale's 'Walking Dead' and others.
'BGR' obtained some photos of the white whale of phone rumors, and it could be coming sooner than later.
The job postings didn't give away anything too crazy, but we at least learned that the next game will feature a lot of what made the first one fun.
Sony's head honcho revealed in an interview with 'Engadget' that he's a serial rule breaker in Nintendo's social network.
Activision sent out cool custom invitations to an April 23 reveal, so get ready to spend more of your money.
'H1Z1' dev Jimmy Whisenhunt announced via the game's official subreddit that we'll get our first look at gameplay this coming Thursday night.
The game is endorsed by Double Fine and Tim Schafer, and it's a quirky point-and-click murder mystery set on Mars.
John Salter of Oakland, Ohio broke the record for longest gameplay on a single quarter last week, and I'm somewhere between impressed and ashamed for him.
Not that you'd expect the guy to hate on his parent company, but David Polfeldt gave some genuine-sounding high praise for Ubisoft's commitment to quality over time constraints.
Watch Dogs' ESRB rating was released, and there's going to be sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll in this game... if your definition of "rock 'n' roll" is "gun violence".
A new TV spot released for Michael Bay's TMNT reboot, and we get to see the famous rat sensei for the first time. Also, could Splinter be April's father in this iteration?
In true Easter spirit, Sony Online Entertainment put a couple of goodies in their H1Z1 site that you have to dig for. Luckily, Reddit did the digging for us.
A Brazilian blog interviewed one of the game's developers at Bungie and gave us a little scope for how big Destiny will be.
The video details the cryo gun and a devastating new energy shield.