Warframe has reached a level of popularity that allows for a yearly convention much in the same vein as E3. While one caters more to the gaming press, TennoCon is very player-oriented and it certainly
The tenth anniversary of Fallout 3 seems like it’ll come and go without a word, and for good reason: Fallout 76 is on the horizon.
It may have missed the Year of the Dragon, but a return to Insomniac’s Spyro the Dragon is another welcome addition to the age-old trend of making the old feel new again.
Now that the newly re-christened Wolcen Studio has had a few years to work on their debut title, it feels like a good time to give a full and proper look at the game’s current state as well as w
Disappointed by Rockstar’s decision to push Red Dead Redemption 2 back to October? You’re not the only one, but at least they’ve promised not to push it back any further.
The following are a number of new and exciting trends, hardware, or software waiting to be unleashed amongst gamers around the world.
2017 had a solid lineup of absolutely fantastic games and that fact deserves a spotlight rather than focusing on all of the downer moments the past year presented to us.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has managed to strike a chord with the gaming public in a way very few other games have. It’s not without its flaws and criticisms, but its mark on popular cu
Bethesda games play better with mods. Browsing mod lists opens up a realm of possibilities and Fallout 4 mods are no exception to that rule.
In anticipation of Call of Duty: WWII due to drop in November, we take a look at the best CoD games and see what made each of them so special.