Scorpion, the famed Mortal Kombat character has finally arrived to the roster of 'Injustice: Gods Among Us.' How does he stack up to DC's finest?
In the latest promotional stunt behind High Moon studios' Deadpool game, the Merc himself pays a visit to the house of Marvel in New York.
The all-new application 'Pipe' will bring Google-esque file functionality to the world of Facebook. Will you be giving it a try?
The latest 'Man of Steel' video from Warner Bros. provides an in-depth look at the making of the most anticipated superhero film that's set to launch in two weeks.
Famed 'Draw Something' developers OMGPOP have been shut down as part of Zynga's massive series of layoffs. Will this affect the mobile game landscape?
DC Comics is getting set to launch the New 52's first crossover storyline with 'Forever Evil,' which will start up in September as part of the publisher's spotlight on their famed villains.
The game's official Twitter mentions that Battlefield Bad Company is not a priority; Battlefield 4 remains the main focus for 2013.
EVE Online and Dust 514 developer CCP managed to restore the games' Tranquility servers over the weekend following a significant DDoS attack.
Online gaming community NeoGAF plans on letting their voice be heard by making a vocal stand against Xbox One and Playstation 4's potential DRM policies.
A new logo and a massive feature film are just part of Superman's 75th celebration, as DC has big plans for the Man of Steel's big year.
One of the minds behind the Oculus VR was an innocent victim of chase-related violence.
Can't get enough Tetris action on your phone? The game's creator is back with an all-new take on the puzzle genre. Is it worth a try?
Whether you've been a longtime Twitch viewer since the days of Justin.tv or you recently became addicted to the streaming service via the newly-released Xbox App, there's never a bad time to fire up Twitch and see what the Internet's top gamers are up to.
Everyone loves superheroes. Even more people love League of Legends. A game combining the two of them should have "huge hit" written all over it. At least, Major League Gaming seems to think so, as the competitive gaming league has added Infinite Crisis to their lineup.
Between last generation's Killer 7 and last year's Lollipop Chainsaw, Goichi Suda (better known as Suda 51) has become famous for providing over-the-top action experiences to both Japanese and American audiences. And if the recently released trailers for his new game Killer is Dead is any indication, Suda's taste for the outrageous has only grown stronger.