In this week’s videogame releases, Marvel’s Avengers assemble… their Lego bricks. Also, Batman exposes his origins, the human revolution gets revamped, and more. All-in-all, the week is packed with goodies.
This may be an oddly slow week for videogame, but it’s really just the calm before the storm. This time, however, the calm comes packed within collectible, swappable figures.
This week belongs to story-laden videogames. If those don’t do it for you, two Game of the Year collections might keep you engaged.
The warm-up music and those sounds of shootaround practice you hear can only mean that it’s time for 2K Sports’ NBA series. The week also brings us some artier options from both Nintendo and Sony. All-in-all, it’s a great week for...
Are you ready for some soccer? No?! Well then, how about cute li’l versions of Batman, Superman and the rest of the DC universe heroes? Read on to see what’s on tap in this week’s videogame releases.
Even with all of the ‘Grand Theft Auto‘ excitement, a few other videogames come out this week as well. After all, those with only a Wii U or a PC need something to play too.
This week, one title towers over all other videogame releaess. Don’t be surprised if people you know mysteriously go absent from work and miss major social obligations for the next couple of days.
In recent announcements, Sony has made it clear that the company still stands behind its PlayStation Vita – even after the recent price cut. While a set of colorful redesigns and compact models are interesting, the company’s most ...
This week, an HD version of ‘Kingdom Hearts’ reintroduces the long-adored series to a new generation of gamers. That’s just one of the new videogame releases sure to please PlayStation fans.
This week, legend tells of a legendary videogame whose gameplay skills were the stuff of legend. Read about ‘Rayman Legends’ and more in today’s gaming roundup.
A promising cult classic and the first enjoyable bits of pro football lead this week’s dynamic set of videogame releases.
This week’s new videogame releases feature a sequel, a prequel and a reboot to longtime popular franchises. If those don’t break your budget, Disney has plans to drain the rest of the money from your wallet.