Microsoft Corp will unveil its much-anticipated next-generation Xbox on May 21 following months of speculation the company is gearing up to announce a new video game console this summer.
QMI Agency's Steve Tilley hosted a live chat on the latest in video game news on April 23. Read the recap here.
Walt Disney Co plans to shut the 30-year-old LucasArts studio it inherited with the acquisition of George Lucas’ film company last year, and focus on licensing its Star Wars brand externally, a spokesman said on Wednesday.
Check out the recap of Steve Tilley's video game chat.
It's officially game on for the PlayStation 4.
Check out the recap of our chat with QMI Agency's Steve Tilley where he gives us his hands-on impressions of The Last of Us and God of War: Ascension for the PS3, and Tearaway and Killzone: Mercenary for the PlayStation Vita.
You mustn't judge a book by its cover. Or a man by his haircut.
And the winner is …
There are only two men standing.
The quarter-finals are over. And what brouhahas there were.
The gaming world's greatest fighters are testing their might as they enter Round 3.
Once upon a time - the year 2001, to be precise - Halo was just a sci-fi shoot-em-up video game that a lot of people loved. So many people, in fact, that the folks who created the Xbox blockbuster Halo: Combat Evolved made more Halo games. No surprise there.
In Resident Evil 6, there’s no such thing as a regular human bad guy. Outwardly normal enemies morph into grotesque man-creature hybrids, sprouting massive mutant arms, bug-like legs or bulbous sacs of goo that erupt to reveal even more unsettling pieces of anatomy.
Mass Effect is to appear on PlayStation 3 for the first time as part of a trilogy collection announced for PS3, PC and Xbox 360.
A new trailer and info dump from Call of Duty studio Treyarch reveals a significant reworking for Black Ops II's us-against-the-world fan favorite mode Zombies.
From Nintendo Land and New Super Mario Bros. U through Just Dance 4, Skylanders Giants and Game & Wario to Call of Duty: Black Ops II, Assassin's Creed III, and Batman: Arkham Asylum, over 50 titles are confirmed for North American release between the Wii U's Nov. 18 debut and March 31, 2013.
Nintendo's Wii U, successor to the home hit Wii, is launching Nov. 18 in North America and will do so alongside a roster of 23 titles, including Disney Epic Mickey 2, Nintendo Land, Just Dance 4, ZombiU and Call of Duty: Black Ops II.
Once you get to a certain cynical age, Christmas morning (or whatever gift-giving holiday you personally celebrate) changes.
Trust me, this puppy is going to be one to keep an eye on.