Square Enix has revamped Final Fantasy 14’s free trial period, making it available to anyone without any time restrictions.
A YouTuber known as TheFamilyVideogamers has posted what he claims to be box art from the next Call of Duty game. If accurate, this would correlate nicely with the statements made by Activision about going back to their roots.
Two different images of retail Destiny 2 poster give the game a Sept. 8 release date.
The two different posters, which appear with Italian text, show three Guardians beside a Destiny 2 logo. One image appeared on Italian gaming website Lega, while the other appeared on Imgur.
The Supreme Court suggested Tuesday that it is sympathetic to Microsoft Corp. in a dispute with disgruntled owners of the Xbox 360 video-game system who sued saying the console has a design defect that scratches game discs.
To play a Ubisoft game these days is to participate in a grand experiment. You may not realize this, but it's true. Look at any of the company's games, and you'll see that the French multinational publisher of franchises like Assassin's Creed, Watch Dogs and Far Cry is obsessed with repurposing its ideas, like an artisan trying to forge a novel new musical instrument from the fragments of existing ones.
This year’s entry in the Call of Duty series sounds like it will take a different approach than last year’s entry, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, and alter the trajectory of the franchise over the past few years. In an earnings release today, publisher Activision said its 2017 title “will take Call of Duty back to its roots.”
Video game makers understand thousand (possibly millions) of 30-something fans are driven by an urge to recapture the simply days of their youth. Earlier this year, Nintendo rereleased its NES, which couldn’t stay on shelves, while a side-scrolling Mario game, Super Mario Run, debuted on mobile. We yearn for long weekends locked indoors, what can we say?
Ubisoft is holding a free weekend for Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege between Thursday, Feb. 2 and Sunday, Feb. 5, the publisher announced today.
The Resident Evil series has always been known for having replayability in the form of many unlockables. Despite some changes to the franchise formula, Resident Evil 7 keeps this tradition going strong.
Though we’ve seen nothing from Microsoft, Gearbox or 2K mentioning any sort of special offer, Borderlands: The Handsome Collection is now available for free in the Microsoft Store. Weird.