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 stuff f...
This week is really packed with promising new videogames at an odd time. Viva la summer!
Following E3, the stream of actual videogame releases (as opposed to teasers and announcements) continues to be slow. Nevertheless, EA launches its next huge franchise for the new consoles.
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.
This week brings two extraordinary things for gamers: The much-hyped and much-delayed ‘Watch Dogs’ has finally come out, and the Wii U actually has a must-own game.
Topping the list of new videogame releases this week are the big revival of a classic franchise and a stylish new indie. It’s nice to have choices.
This week’s eclectic assortment of videogames offer a strong showing for Sony platforms. Come see the oddities!
Your friendly neighborhood movie tie-in is just one of several videogame releases this week. Of even more interest is a stunner from Ubisoft.
Along with a few new videogame releases, this seems to be the week for delayed platform versions of several recent titles. That makes this a good time for some Nintendo nostalgia.
One of gaming’s biggest franchises comes to the PS4, while World Cup fever starts in earnest. Come see it all in this week’s videogame releases.
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.
It’s another full week for big videogame releases. ‘Elder Scrolls’, ‘Batman’ and ‘MLB’ are just some of the franchises with new titles on tap.