While "Destiny" has already confirmed several fan-requested elements to make a comeback during the "Age of Triumph" live event next week.
BioWare's "Mass Effect Andromeda" has only a few days left before its official launch date next week.
Earlier this week speculations began to spread that "South Park: The Fractured But Whole" might get a Nintendo Switch release.
It came as a surprise for both "Tekken" fans and "Street Fighter" fans when Bandai Namco revealed that Akuma is a guest character in "Tekken 7".
Although "Kingdom Hearts 1.5 & 2.5 HD ReMIX" is not necessarily a new entry into the Square Enix and Disney collaboration series, reports have revealed that fans are excited about its release.
Gamers are well aware that the "Dark Souls" series are incredibly difficult.
Gamers who have Origin Access and EA Access are getting early access to "Mass Effect: Andromeda" this week, while regular players will get the games next week.
Early March, "Overwatch" players were thrown a surprise by Blizzard Entertainment as they revealed the game's 24th hero Orisa.
After weeks of being available in the Public Test Region (PTR) Blizzard Entertainment has officially confirmed Orisa's release date.
Some reports have noted that Nintendo Switch games are on the pricey side.
The Nintendo Switch has become the darling of many game critics and game industry personalities since its launch a couple of weeks ago.
"Destiny" players are possibly waiting for Bungie and their full reveal of what's in store for the "Age of Triumph" live next week.
Blizzard Entertainment obviously prides itself with its original character designs and supporting lore.
Just recently, Blizzard Entertainment's Jeff Kaplan participated in a surprise Ask Me Anything (AMA) session last Monday.
Nintendo has obviously made a lot of changes to "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" compared to previous installments of the RPG.