Stitch and Tinker Bell are coming to Disney Infinity.
Sting, the last great star of pro wrestling to never have worked for Vince McMahon, is going to be in WWE 2K15. Here’s the announcement trailer.
I’m really starting to develop a love/hate relationship with Telltale Games. I love their work, and the first season of The Wolf Among Us - which just wrapped up - is no exception. I hate them beca…
The makers of Bayonetta are making a Legend of Korra game for consoles (except Wii U, because reasons) and PC. You gotta deal with it.
Like a zombie, THQ lives again, thanks to Nordic Games buying the rights to the name (as well as Darksiders and Red Faction).
There is a God. Fable: Anniversary is coming to PC. (If He’s a benevolent God, we’ll get controller support)
If you want to play competitive multiplayer on Destiny when it launches September 9th, you’ll have to unlock it first.
Show of hands, who all played R.B.I. Baseball on their NES? Put your hands down, I can’t see them anyway. Now it’s back, with new graphics but still sporting the 2-button controls and fast-paced action. In fact, according to its official page, players can expect to beat a full game in about 20 minutes or less. Then, you can choose from Exhibition, Season, and Postseason Modes.
“R.B.I. 14” is set to release first on the PS3, Xbox 360, Android and iOS and later on the PS4 and Xbox One. What? No Wii U? Come on, it’s a remake of an NES title, people!
Episode 3 of Telltale Games’ series based on FABLES, The Wolf Among Us, hits PS3 and PC today, with Xbox 360 owners getting to jump in tomorrow.
Minecraft sells 12 Million Copies on Xbox 360
Mojang’s Minecraft has hit 12 million sold, an accomplishment that makes it “one the most successful Xbox 360 games ever” according to Xbox Wire. In that article, Daniel Kaplan says that the Mojang team would have been happy to sell 1 million copies and never dreamed of selling 12 million on the 360.
With Minecraft coming out sometime in the future for Xbox One, Playstation 4, and Playstation Vita, this juggernaut doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon. And really, who would want it to?