The first new challenger for Street Fighter V has arrived. Alex, the hero of Street Fighter III, is now available for use.
If you saw Alfonso Cuarón’s Oscar-winning sci-fi film Gravity, you might have found yourself wondering what you would have done in Sandra Bullock’s shoes as she aimlessly floated through space.
It’s not every day when you get to play a first-person shooter that feels fresh.
Brush up on your sneaking skills: The Thieves Guild DLC is finally available for Bethesda’s MMO The Elder Scrolls Online on the PC and Mac.
It’s tough to follow in the footsteps of a highly anticipated game such as Silent Hills, after the spectacular teaser P.T took the world by storm with its unique take on first person horror.
Here’s another freebie that you might want to check out. Over at EA’s Origin, the latest On the House digital game is Criterion Games’ Need for Speed Most Wanted, which you can nab for the special price of zero.
A space expedition to Mars, halfway through its course, suffers a disastrous accident.
Are you ready for some more Homeworld? Gearbox Software has released the launch trailer for the newest entry in the series, Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak.
Punch Club, by Lazy Bear Games, is a unique little indie game. It mixes the high-octane action of fighting games, the drama of Hollywood blockbusters, the systems and menus of simulation/management games, and the old-school visuals of 16-bit games for a game that’s pretty fun.
Indie dev Buddy Cops and indie publisher Devolver Digital have teamed up to bring Omnibus, an insanely goofy bus simulator, to the PC, Mac and Linux this Spring.