It’s been a little while since we’ve seen much regarding OlliOlli2 for the PS4/Vita, but Roll7 has blown the doors off of their tricky skating sequel with a new trailer, beta screens and details.
Sega’s popular Japanese crossover fighter, Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax, is officially headed to North America for the PS3 and PS Vita this summer.
Ready to play a little cops and robbers, Battlefield style?
If you own a Wii U and you were never able to get your hands on a copy of the Wii’s Metroid Prime Trilogy, this week is your best chance to do so on the cheap. But wait! There’s more.
Right on schedule, Sony has revealed the next set of six free PlayStation Plus games for February 2015.
Get ready for a disappointing return to Gameindustri.
Rejoice LEGO videogame fans, Warner Bros., TT Games and The LEGO Group today revealed the next batch of LEGO games set to hit multiple platforms this year.
A trio of Xbox One/Xbox 360 Games with Gold February freebies for XBL Gold subscribers.
Nintendo delivers a faithful trilogy remaster of what became a flagship for its last handheld. What’s not to want?
Sony and Spotify are teaming up for the new PlayStation Music service.
Video Unlimited and Music Unlimited to be replaced by PlayStation Video and PlayStation Music under a unified PlayStation Network brand.
With the release of Dying Light, Grim Fandango Remastered, the first episode of Life is Strange, Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth2 for the Vita and more, there’s a solid week of PS Store content.
Zen Studios’ 2D tower-defense, brawling, castle constructor/crumbler leaps onto current gen consoles with everything it’s got.
SEGA still knows how to reach the dusty arcade cranny in our hearts.