Lizardcube and DotEmu have announced Streets of Rage 4, over 20 years after the last game in the franchise launched in 1994.
A report has surfaced claiming Microsoft has recently put plans for a VR headset for Xbox on hold just before making an official announcement.
Microsoft has announced a financing plan for those looking for an affordable means to get an Xbox One and related services called Xbox All Access.
Ubisoft has announced it will not be releasing a new Assassin’s Creed in 2019.
Dontnod and Square-Enix have unveiled the first look at Life is Strange 2’s pilot episode.
Microsoft’s E3 press conference brought new games, new services, and new studios into the company’s fold. In just under two hours the stage was set for Xbox’s next 18 months and beyond. Here’s a breakdown of the biggest announcements:
E3 and all its related events are only a few days away. Between conferences, fan events, and all the other places announcements are happening, you might be unsure as to where everything you need to see is going down. We at CGM have got you covered with a rundown of all the conferences and where and when to watch them, and if you need to figure out when these Eastern times are in your time zone, here’s a converter.
Boss Key Productions has shutdown, according to a statement from studio head Cliff Bleszinski.
Bioware General Manager Casey Hudson has released a statement from the studio regarding recent events and worries surrounding the company’s priorities and the development of its upcoming new IP Anthem.
In the Pokémon community there’s an ongoing joke about the state of the megalithic franchise’s world: Where are the people in this universe with no interest in Pokémon battling, in Pokémon contests, or any other variation of “being the very best like no one ever was?”
I am that person.
Boss Key Productions has announced its next game is a battle royale shooter called Radical Heights, and it will be available on Steam Early Access tomorrow.
Boss Key Productions has issued a statement on the status of its team-based shooter LawBreakers, letting fans know it is abandoning its previously planned support for the game.