Now that Thanksgiving's over, it's time to shop until you drop! What should you get your sibling, cousin or best bud? How about one of the biggest video games of the year? We've chosen 22 or the year's most-wanted titles to add to your shopping list, including Halo 4, Mass Effect 3, Assassin's Creed III and more!
To say that fans have been less than pleased with Capcom's latest installment in the Resident Evil franchise would be an understatement. Critics and fans agree on this one—Resident Evil 6 is terrible. Well, Capcom has heard your complaints, and they'd like to offer a concession.
Two years ago the internet exploded with praise for the live-action fan film Street Fighter: Legacy. Now two of the makers of that film are getting the chance to revisit the style and characters from their film for a full-scale series. That's right, we're getting a live-action Street Fighter show.
The Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) is still bumping along, and awesome videogames continue to be showed off at the biggest gaming event of the year. Everything from Tomb Raider to a new Doom 3 edition has rolled out over the past day.
The 2012 edition of the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) officially kicked off Tuesday, and if you couldn't make it, you missed a ton of awesome videogame trailers. But, don't worry—we've got you covered.
Apparently, Hollywood will make movies out of any damned thing. Comic books, board games, even Stretch Armstrong. So the idea of someone taking that most elemental shape-sorting videogame and making a Michael Bay-style invasion movie isn't that far from reality. Which is what makes it so perfect.
We know how it goes: You're replaying GTA IV for the 87th time, a little ho-hum about blowing up yet another limo full of gangsters, and you wonder "How can I spice this up?" Might we suggest playing as Luke Skywalker's handy Astromech droid?
We've been waiting years for a proper Halo film, and we're finally a step closer. Get this: Microsoft is working on a live action Halo project. Finally.
Think you're cold-hearted? Seldom shed a tear? Well, check out a brilliant sci-fi trailer for Theory Interactive's Reset and just try to contain your android empathy. Tissue?
We're up for any Doctor Who video game the universe wants to generate for us, but we probably would have been even more stoked if the Doctor's game console adventures had happened way back in the age of the NES.