Metacritic has called 2013 a “down year” for gaming noting the lack of games who scored 90 or more high score reviews.
The latest impressive gaming achievements have been revealed in the Guinness World Records: Gamers Edition book, out today.
Beyond: Two Souls is a breathtakingly cinematic gaming experience that unfortunately falls flat when losing sight of its core story.
Grand Theft Auto V is the biggest selling entertainment product of 2013, beating the likes of Skyfall, The Hobbit and Django Unchained.
The PlayStation 4 has won round two as they have beaten the Xbox One by 160,000 consoles in the UK.
A brand new story DLC for the Batman: Arkham series is to be released in 2014.
GLAAD has recognised The Last of Us for including Bill, a gay character, into its survival thriller narrative.
The Last of Us and GTA V continue to battle it out for Game of the Year as Naughty Dog’s survival thriller wins Kotaku’s Game of the Year.
Capcom have called their fan base for the Resident Evil series old and say they are slowly outgrowing video games altogether.
Alan Wake’s screenplay, making of documentaries, concept arts, production photos and soundtrack are included in bundle available on Steam.
Electronic Art’s Battlefield 4 has been banned in China for threatening “national security” and calls the game “an illegal game”.
The multiplayer mod for the 2010 action-adventure game Just Cause 2 has been voted as the 2013’s Mod of the Year by ModDB.
Honest players who have received substantial amounts of money from hackers on GTA Online won’t be banned or punished, says Rockstar Games.
Rockstar Games’ cultural phenomenon Grand Theft Auto V scoops up another Game of the Year award.
Rockstar have announced Los Santos and the surrounding towns and wilderness will see snowfall occur in GTA Online to celebrate the holidays.