Crystal Dynamics’ 2013 reboot of Tomb Raider becomes the biggest selling game in the franchises’ history.
Remedy Entertainment’s Xbox One exclusive time-travel action title will now release in 2016 instead of 2015.
With its rich story, excellent visual style, greater emphasis on gameplay and continually wonderful soundtrack, I am happy to say that Dontnod has delivered another excellent work of interactive fiction with Life is Strange: Episode 2 – Out of Time.
Rocksteady Studios’ Batman title will not release as a physical copy in the UK, opting to release digitally on PC instead.
The upcoming Star Wars EA game will skip a release on Xbox 360 and PlayStation3 and go straight to next-gen consoles.
The 2010 horror-thriller title has sold over 4.5 million units since it’s launch on Xbox 360 five years ago.
After suffering a delay twice already, Warner Bros have revealed Rocksteady’s title has been delayed again by three weeks.
Crotch jokes, a chase through a hidden underground town, familiar faces and an amazing opening makes for a dream come true for Borderlands fans.
Having already scooped up numerous awards, The Last of Us takes home two more BAFTAs whilst Destiny wins Best Game BAFTA.
BBC Two will air a 90-minute TV drama chronicling the rise of Rockstar Games and the controversial Grand Theft Auto series.
Originally scheduled for release in 2015, the PlayStation exclusive title will now be launching in Spring 2016 to allow more development time.
Indie developer cancels console version of divisive first game following publishing company’s financial problems.
GTA V on PC has been delayed for a third time but the blow is soften somewhat with the announcement of the official release date for online heists.
For the second time, Sony have assured fans that The Last Guardian has not been cancelled and is still in development.
In recent documents filed on the US Trademark Office’s website, Sony appear to have abandoned the trademark for The Last Guardian.