While it doesn’t have the same casual name recognition of The Walking Dead, DC Entertainment and Telltale Games are teaming up to bring the Bill Willingham’s FABLES comic series to life… in videogame form.
The 13th annual Game Developers Choice Awards have come and gone, and as expected, thatgamecompany’s incredible PSN title, Journey, has taken top honors. Read on for the full list.
There’s not much quantity this week on the eShop, but there is definitely a bit of quality. Take a look at both HarmoKnight and Legend of the River King for the 3DS.
Terraria is the only new XBLA release this week (so far), but at least it’s a creative and interesting one. There are also several new/updated entertainment services.
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain announced for PS3, Xbox 360 [Update: announcement, HD trailer, screens]
For real this time, The Phantom Pain is officially Metal Gear Solid V.
Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z, Tecmo Koei’s zombified new Ninja Gaiden spinoff, was announced last September. Today, we received news that the game will be powered by UE3 and have some brand new screens.
Rockstar Games this morning sent over a fresh new batch of Grand Theft Auto V screens to brighten our day, so without further comment, here ya go.
Boom! And just like that, Battlefield 4 has been officially unveiled by EA and DICE. Check out the media and the announcement.
A lot of big releases this week, especially in the PS3 full game category. The PSN and Vita releases ain’t too shabby either. Read on.
Today, Capcom sent over a new gameplay trailer showing off Rachel in action, along with some of the console/PC enhancements. Take a look.
Grab a number of Amazon gaming deals all day today, including Lara’s emotional new adventure.
Nintendo today announced that they are in the process of rolling out a Nintendo 3DS system update, which includes some new features and functionality.