Rockstar Games will be adding brand new content to GTA Online this Friday to celebrate Valentine’s Day.
Watch Dogs will be released sometime during April and June, says Ubisoft, whilst the Wii U version has been further delayed.
After removing the game from online stores at the weekend, the Flappy Bird creator has further explained his reasoning as to why he did so.
A representative has said that Warner Bros. will not be issuing anymore patches to fix bugs and glitches, instead focusing on DLC.
Flappy Bird will be removed from iTunes & the App Store within 22 hours the creator has said as he “cannot take this anymore”.
Making a great step-up from Episode 1: Faith, Smoke and Mirrors continues to keep you invested in the brilliantly written story.
As memorable as The Walking Dead, Telltale have once again delivered a brilliantly written story that adds excitement to the start of a new franchise.
Naughty Dog creative director and writer for The Last of Us, Neil Druckmann, says brainstorming sessions have seen sequel ideas discussed.
A video game tie-in for the upcoming LEGO Movie will release on February 14th, Warner Bros. & The LEGO Group announced today.
The Last of Us takes home a whopping 10 awards whilst GTA V wins only one award at last night’s 17th Annual D.I.C.E Awards.
Activision say that the upcoming first person action shooter title, Destiny, “will be the best selling video game in history”.
Titanfall on the Xbox 360 has been delayed until March 28th whilst the Xbox One and PC version launches on March 13th.
The Assassin’s Creed: Freedom Cry standalone title will launched exclusively on PS4 & PS3 on February 19th and on PC on February 25th.
A video-game tie-in for the upcoming 2014 Brazil FIFA World Cup has been announced by Electronic Arts, releasing on April 17th.
The nominations for the New York Video Game Critics Circle Awards have been announced with GTA V, BioShock and Gone Home leading with five.