In theory, Black Friday, Cyber Monday and the countless other retail sales you’ve been bombarded with recently are supposed to be the time to buy holiday gifts for friends and family. Be honest, though. You actually bought s...
This week is really packed with promising new videogames at an odd time. Viva la summer!
E3 is in full swing this week. Only the plucky (if obscure) videogame releases dare to contend with the year’s biggest gaming event.
Even with E3 only a week away, several promising new videogame franchises launch this week. Plus, we get a long-awaited update to the world’s premiere fighter.
Your friendly neighborhood movie tie-in is just one of several videogame releases this week. Of even more interest is a stunner from Ubisoft.
This week we have a great Lego Dragon to burgle, a big bad wolf to bristle, and Microsoft’s latest Kinect game. Also, more ‘Titanfall’, which means that it’s a Titan-sized week for videogame releases.
The biggest videogame of the year thus far touches down this week, as does the sequel to one of the greatest games of all time. So yeah, this is a great time to be a gamer.
See you in hell, January doldrums. February arrives with an eight-platform release, a free PS4 title, a thickening ‘Fables’ plot and more. Come check out this week’s packed slate of videogame releases.
Smack-dab between the launches of the PS4 and Xbox One comes a one-two punch from Nintendo. This week gives gamers a massive list of options that should easily cover the rest of the year.
Forget aliens or ninjas. This week’s videogame releases are all about pirates, assassins and battlefield commanders that span two generations of gaming. What may wind up being two of the best Xbox One and PS4 titles sit atop...
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.