Gearbox Publishing has announced that it’ll be bringing Compulsion Games’ trippy survival game We Happy Few to stores in 2018.
When you play a shmup, you’d expect yourself to be shooting tons of bullets, leveling up like a madman as you continue improving your weapon as you take on hundreds of foes that swarm your position.
Today, Square Enix has released the July update for Final Fantasy XV, bringing wearable Magitek Exosuits for Noctis and his group of friends, as well as additional content.
Gigantic, by Motiga, is a unique take on the MOBA genre, offering players the chance to take place in a battle for dominance between two colossal creatures from a third-person shooter perspective.
EA and Maxis have announced that The Sims 4 will be coming to consoles on November 17, 2017.
Square Enix has announced that multiplayer will soon be coming to Final Fantasy XV in the form of the FINAL FANTASY XV MULTIPLAYER EXPANSION: COMRADES closed online test.
The wait was unbearable, but we finally have some news regarding Diablo III’s newest class: The Necromancer will be available on June 27, 2017.
Maximum Games has announced that Dead Alliance, their zombie apocalypse upcoming team shooter, will be having an open multiplayer beta from July 27 to July 31.
Rebellion, the developers behind the Sniper Elite series, has revealed that their next game will be Strange Brigade, a third-person squad-based shooter with fantasy elements.
Ubisoft has finally pulled back the curtains on Far Cry 5, showing what happens when you mix guns, gasoline and fanatical cults in rural Montana.