It's here. The next-gen Assassin's Creed-tinged Lord of the Rings game that is better than anyone ever expected has finally released, and we're going to be playing it all day!
Frogwares returns with the first next-gen Sherlock Holmes game, and what may be one of the finest adventure games of the year.
At Fantastic Arcade last week George Royer and Jo Lammert of White Whale Games came by to demo their card game Monstrocards, which is currently being funded through Kickstarter.
At the Fantastic Arcade in Austin last week, developer ceMelusine came by with his trippy indie game Glitchhikers, and the city was never the same.
The legendary Tim Schafer appeared at Fantastic Fest’s Fantastic Arcade this week to discuss perhaps his seminal work, Grim Fandango. The special panel was organized in anticipation of the game's upcoming remastered version that's coming soon to PS4, PS Vita, and PC, and as usual the man was as entertaining as ever.
Local Austin developer Charles Elwonger showed up at the Fantastic Fest’s Fantastic Arcade this week to talk about his upcoming game Lost in the Woods.
It turns out that there's not much to the Steam and iOS curiosity Mountain, as demonstrated at the Fantastic Fest's Fantastic Arcade today. “Mountain is not meant to be ironic, it's not meant to be anything other than what it is.”
Gorogoa is not exactly the kind of game that works with a crowd. Developer Jason Roberts knows this, and as he tried to show off his puzzle-game-that’s-not-a-puzzle-game to the crowd of people drinking at the Highball during this year’s Fantastic Arcade, he admitted as such. But even with the clinking of glasses and the murmor of conversation in the background, the crowd quieted each time he showed the way the game worked.
This year’s Fantastic Arcade is their biggest ever. There's a massive number of events taking place like developer commentaries, tournaments, and parties- but that statement would be true if only for a single guest that's coming - Tim Schafer.
It has become tradition for the New York Comic Con to have its own official beer, since few things go together better than comics and beer. There is also no brewery more New York than the Brooklyn Brewery, which is why they were the perfect choice to once again craft a fine new limited edition IPA for the convention.
Released last month to rave reviews on the Xbox One and Amazon Fire TV, Jackbox Games' Fibbage is now available for PlayStation owners, with cross-buy support!
Rockstar Games has just confirmed that Grand Theft Auto V will finally hit next-gen systems in a few scant months, with PC hitting in January. You will be able to transfer over your existing character progress, but will it have been worth the year-long wait?
Capcom has announced a bold new direction for Resident Evil: Revelations 2, breaking up the newest game in the long-running survival horror series into four separate episodes, each of which will end on a dramatic cliff-hanger.
At this point, have you forgotten that Watch Dogs exists? Well it does, and the hit title is finally coming to Nintendo's Wii U with some brand new features that take advantage of the hardware.
During a panel at today's Digital Media Wire event in NYC concerning the monetization of free-to-play games, Bjorn Book-Larsson of Reloaded Games dropped the news that they are working on Xbox One and PS4 ports of their hit PC title APB Reloaded.