With the advent of the Battle Royale genre, headlined by games the massively popular Fortnite, one gamer has rise above them all to grace the cover of ESPN for the very first time.
Microsoft decided snag exclusivity rights for the game for the Xbox One, bringing PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds to the console at the end of 2017.
It was recently made clear that the PlayStation Vita's waning support in recent years was a sign of the times and that the system is officially coming to an end.
Rumors and discussion about the N64 Classic Edition are no longer just rumors and discussion, because there has now been some element of evidence surfacing which indicates that a Nintendo 64 Classic may be on the horizon.
Despite the fact that things are looking pretty great for Capcom right now, the publisher has decided to close its Vancouver studio, the folks behind recent Dead Rising games, to consolidate efforts in Japan.
The Nintendo Switch Online NES app went live earlier this week and, within about a day, the application was hacked to allow installation of pretty much any other NES game you want.
For WWE 2K19, 2K Games and Yukes have unveiled everything that will be contained within the upcoming wrestling game, which features a number of familiar faces and a few of the fan-favorites that have been tearing through the ranks both on the main roster and in NXT.
One company working on a retro console is Sega, but there's been a spotty history with the devices. After receiving multiple complaints about the systems, Sega decided to take heed and delay the latest iteration of the retro console in order to improve its overall quality.
Nintendo has finally rolled out its online program for the Switch and it's only $20, but is that actually too much?
Blind, for PSVR asks the question: Robbed of your site and surrounded by mysteries, are your wits sharp enough to puzzle your way out of a spooky mansion?