If you were a bit worried that Hyrule Warriors would be little more than Dynasty Warriors with a Legend of Zelda wrapper, fear not. It's since been revealed that in addition to the DW developers Tecmo Koei and Omega Force, the team behind the recent Ninja Gaiden titles is also bringing a bit of flair to the upcoming title.
Ubisoft has kept quiet on the Far Cry 4 front since its announcement earlier this month, but it seems a small slip-up has just let loose a few key details.
Following in the excellent reception of its first free to play fighter, Tekken Revolution, it was baffling when developer Namco Bandai announced that it would be going in an opposite direction with Soulcalibur: Lost Swords, and removing any multiplayer aspect for the game. Today, we learn why.
It's been a while since we've heard anything about the upcoming PS Vita version of Minecraft, but a new listing at retail giant Amazon has raised suspicions that the game will be here sooner than we might have expected.
There's a lot of interesting things coming from the Twitter account of Mortal Kombat creator Ed Boon, who's either setting up for a massive E3 reveal, or has taken trolling to a whole new level. Examining the evidence, it appears as though he's gearing up to announced another addition to at least one of developer NetherRealm's fighter franchises.
The ESRB has curiously slapped the cutesy Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy Curtain Call with a "Teen" rating for the game's surprising content, including some suggestive passwords, and the always classic "sex and violence."
Ubisoft took its prize IP Assassin's Creed mobile last year with the release of Assassin's Creed: Pirates for Android and iOS mobile devices, and now it looks like they're trying something new for the spin-off, and bringing it to browsers.
There's a new video out from Battlefield 4 developer DICE, showing the briefest of peeks at some of the weapons and gadgets coming to players in the forthcoming DLC packs, Dragon's Teeth and Final Stand.
A lot of hot new games have been revealed over the last few weeks, and with E3 just around the corner, we're expecting to learn a lot more about every last one. Every developer and publisher is hyping up their project as much as possible, and Sledgehammer is acting no differently, especially when it comes to the next Call of Duty title, Advanced Warfare.
Developer Deep Silver's last foray into Dead Island territory didn't fare too well, so they changed courses by offering the first ZOMBA in Dead Island: Epidemic. A cartoony multiplayer title that doesn't take itself as seriously as past titles, it goes into Early Access today with three different packs available for players to purchase.
After countless looks at the batmobile, Warner Bros. is changing pace for Batman: Arkham Knight, and offering a look at the man behind the wheel. A new pic is out from the publisher showing the world's greatest detective in a satellite location: Oracle's crime lab hidden high atop the Gotham clock tower.
Over the last few months, developer Capcom has pushed out just about everything that you've ever wanted or needed to know about Ultra Street Fighter IV, and a recently released fact sheet from the company has gathered it all together in one spot. Whether you're looking for what consoles the game is coming to, when it'll be there, or what it'll cost, you can find everything you need to know right here.
At this point, it's clear that classic Nintendo characters and their respective games are what will help sell the Wii U, not new IPs. But what about something new wrapped up in an old favorite? That's one accurate description for Hyrule Warriors -- Dynasty Warriors in a Legend of Zelda wrapper, and developer Tecmo Koei thinks Nintendo owners will eat it up to the tune of at least one million.
While a Kinect-less Xbox One isn't exactly ready just yet, Microsoft is working to make sure that the latest updates are available to console owners across the world. Case in point, the latest update for the platform is now good to go, offering a multitude of improvements for audial and audibility.
The clock on the release for World of Warcraft's next expansion is ticking down, and Blizzard continues to show the fans that they're still deep in development. Peeks of a number of different character redesigns specifically for the new expansion have been shown, and today, they have one more: the female Night Elf.