• Watch the Official Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Launch Trailer

    Published at PlayStation LifeStyle

    Activision and Sledgehammer Games have released the official Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare launch trailer (above) on the game’s YouTube channel. The following description has been added to go along with the clip: A new vision for the blockbuster franchise, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare takes players to a future devastated by a global attack.

  • IronFall for 3DS 95% Complete

    Published at Nintendo Enthusiast

    IronFall is one of the more ambitious projects on the 3DS eShop. With a gritty and high resolution graphical style and a gameplay style akin to a Gears of War game, many fans have been waiting patiently for IronFall on the 3DS. The team stated the game was nearing completition in August and that a release date would be announced in September, but it never came to be.

  • Yacht Club Games Says Shovel Knight Came To Nintendo Because Of Dan Adelman

    Published at My Nintendo News

    Yacht Club Games has revealed that its debut title, the critically-acclaimed Shovel Knight, wouldn’t be on Wii U or Nintendo 3DS without the help of Dan Adelman. Adelman, who served as the head of Nintendo of America’s indie program for nearly a decade, was apparently the main motive for bringing the retro-inspired platformer to the Nintendo eShop.

More: GoNintendo
More: GoNintendo
  • Partyrs (iOS) Game Review: Keep Calm and Party On!

    Published at Nine Over Ten 9/10

    Partyrs (iOS) Game Review: Keep Calm and Party On! iOS, iPad, iPhone, Video Game Reviews October 20, 2014 Indie game developer Shelly Alon’s newest iOS game, Partyrs, has a title (among other things) that matches its Gen-Y aspirations, and I actually pretty cool with that. Like the Gen-Y folks that form up the game’s likely target audience, the objective of the game is t ...

More: The Gamer Headlines
  • Minecraft was Brought to Windows Phone

    Published at The Gamer Headlines

    If you do not have any idea of what Minecarft is, you should probably go and take a look. It is a fairly easy (in terms of design and game mechanics) indie game, originally developed by a man known as Notch (he has nothing to do with the game as of now, though). Recently, Microsoft has bought this franchise for some astronomical amount of money.

More: Game Rant, Attack of the Fanboy
  • A Look Behind The Scenes Of WWE 2K15

    Published at Attack of the Fanboy

    A new behind the scenes video has been released looking at how WWE 2K15 was made. IGN has revealed another look at the making of WWE 2K15. The new video is titled “The Game Has Changed”. 2K realized the one thing that needed to change about the series is to evolve the gameplay. One thing many fans can agree on is that the WWE series of games hasn’t evolved since 2007 or so.


  • Kickstarter roundup (10/19/14)

    Kickstarter roundup (10/19/14) Posted under News, Wii U eShop October 19, 2014 by Brian (@NE_Brian) With more and more Kickstarter campaigns popping up these days, it would be tough to cover them all without overloading the site. And thus, the Kickstarter roundup was born! We’ll be posting these each weekend so that we can bring the latest Kickstarter efforts to your attent ...

    2 readers - Nintendo Everything -
  • GoNintendo 'End of Day' thought - An interview with Xeodrifter's composer & a new song revealed!

    Please make sure to check out the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth and ninth installments of the Xeodrifter dev diary, which you can find here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here and here! Wednesday, September 12, 2014 Helllo diary! For this entry I thought it would be great to give you a glimpse into the process behind making chiptunes by chatting wit.

    2 readers - GoNintendo -
  • Sakurai on Smash Bros. 3DS - Smash Run length, music, tips and 'pic of the day'

    Coming from a Famitsu feature with Masahiro Sakurai... F: Please tell us why Smash Run is set to 5 minutes. MS: Isn’t 4 minutes too short and 6 minutes too long? Kid Icarus: Uprising’s aerial fights were about 5 minutes, right? In Smash Run, because song use fits perfectly and feels good, I decided to use two songs tracks as a time length. F: The approach for music is incredible.

    2 readers - GoNintendo -
  • Top 10 GOGcom Oktoberfest Highlights

    Did GOGcom jump the gun on declaring Gaming Oktoberfest this early? You tell me. They may have a separate Halloween game sale planned for the end of the month. In any case, GOGcom assembled a fine list of for gaming Oktoberfest, and we run down 10 highlights below. Slave Zero Slave Zero is best described as a simplified mech game infused with some ‘90s attitude and basic, but so ...

    2 readers - Ryan Parreno - Gaming Enthusiast -
  • There’s a soundtrack CD for that horse racing solitaire...

    There’s a soundtrack CD for that horse racing solitaire game ⊟ Of course, Solitiba isn’t just any horse racing solitaire game. I mean, for one thing it’s probably the only one. But more importantly, it’s a rare self-published, original game by Pokemon developer Game Freak, with both game design a ...

    2 readers - Tiny Cartridge 3DS -
  • A Game Where You're A...Slice Of Bread. Because Sure, Why Not.

    Bossa Studios, they of Surgeon Simulator fame, are working on another game with a hilarious/frustrating control scheme. Only this time, instead of controlling a surgeon's wonky hands, you're controlling a slice of bread. Yup. Bossa Studios never intended for Surgeon Simulator 2013 to become a part of a Half-Life 3…Read moreRead on Sounds...

    2 readers - Luke Plunkett - Kotaku -
  • Super Smash Sundays feat. Project M Streaming Live from Super Arcade

    Super Arcade’s dedicated broadcast just went live with another installment of Super Smash Sundays, coming at you live from their venue in Walnut, California. Presented in collaboration with Level|Up Series and Team OXY, this biweekly tournament series provides an excellent look at Southern California’s Smash community through both singles and doubles tournaments for popular Super Smash Bros.

    2 readers - Ian Walker - Shoryuken -
  • Snapshot still coming to PS3 and Vita.

    Snapshot still coming to PS3 and Vita. Posted by Curtis H on October 19th, 2014 | 1 Comment | Tags: Snapshot It appears that Shapshot, a game announced for PS3 and Vita over two years ago, is still headed to PlayStation platforms at some point in the future. With no word on the PlayStation version of the game (and no response when I reached out to the developer last December) so ...

    2 readers - PSNStores -
  • PlayStation TV: The Kotaku Review

    "What do you want the PlayStation TV to do for you?" That's an important question when considering purchasing Sony's new microconsole. A more important question might be "Do you know what the PlayStation TV is?" I ask because over the course of the past six days with the PlayStation TV, I've run into several people who had absolutely no idea.

    2 readers - Mike Fahey - Kotaku -
  • Co-op battler LAZA KNITEZ!! gallops its way onto Windows and Mac

    Recent Posts Co-op battler LAZA KNITEZ!! gallops its way onto Windows and Mac -October 19, 2014 7:50 PM Free keys for 140, La-Mulana, Letter Quest: Grimm's Journey -October 17, 2014 8:31 PM Browser Pick: Side to Side (ABA Games) -October 17, 2014 8:28 PM Early Access Pick: Ziggurat (Milkstone Studios) -October 17, 2014 9:45 AM Kickstarter Pick: The Very Organized Thief (Redefinition Games) -Octob.

    2 readers - Anthony Swinnich - IndieGames.com -
  • Fall Of Gods, A Norse Mythology Picture Book, Looks Terrific

    Fall of Gods is an "illustrated book" that tells the story of a Norse warrior who, having lost his wife, sets out on an epic journey to get her back. By fighting a ton of monsters. It's not a comic or graphic novel; the book is a collection of large illustrations done by professional concept artists, with a script accompanying them that ties it all together.

    2 readers - Luke Plunkett - Kotaku -
  • Bandai Namco's Outcast Odyssey is Out Now

    Details Published on Sunday, 19 October 2014 15:52 Written by Zack Kaplan Outcast Odyssey is a game that combines the Dungeon Crawling, RPG, and Card Collecting genres into one title. Published by Bandai Namco Games, Outcast Odyssey features exploration in which players can discover monsters to battle and cards to use. The cards themselves change and become stronger within the game as you play.

    2 readers - Zack Kaplan - DroidGamers - Outcast -

Trending Videos

The latest from the top blogs

Latest Topics

More from around the web