If you don’t mind dying an awful lot and grinding for awesome gear, then you’ll find a lot to like in Lords of the Fallen.
Just in case you didn't get enough of death and dying on current-gen consoles and PCs, Dark Souls 2 might be making you cry on Xbox One soon.
In this recent unveiling of Dark Souls 2's Japanese Collector's Edition, we find the perfect mini-weapons that we'd want to bring to a mini-campfire.
The moment has finally arrived. Rockstar Games has given us one of the best gifts ever and unleashed Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas on the iOS App Store. It's going to be a homecoming for some, while others will get to experience the magic of Rockstar Games's first venture into the city of Los Santos and the surrounding areas. Either way, it's going to be a treat.
Once in awhile, a video game comes along to transcend the medium beyond what you thought possible. It elevates the bar so high that other games that were once thought to be great are now a bit inadequate in comparison. Does The Last of Us elevate video games into the stratosphere of storytelling, graphics, and gameplay?
Dark Souls 2 is on the horizon. Our nerves are tensed for another tough journey. For those of us that are ready, it is time to lay down your sword, pick up your pencil, and design your own shield that could make its way into the finished game.
Dark Souls 2 has unleashed the supreme brutality found within the confines of its game world out into the internet in the form of a new, official trailer and a few screenshots. Even though these are just bits of media, you're probably better off preparing to die anyway.
For those of you who are prepared to die once again, IGN released 12 minutes of in game footage from the upcoming Dark Souls 2. It looks like you're going to die. A lot.
According to a recent post over at Joystiq, the upcoming iOS version of XCOM: Enemy Unknown will contain absolutely no in-app purchases whatsoever. For fans of serious games on mobile devices, this should come as welcome news.
True to its namesake, the mobile role-playing game Knights of Pen & Paper from Behold Studios puts you in the robe of dungeon master, letting you control players in a classic RPG setting. Because of all the traditional RPG fans that have been turned on to the experience and want more, the game is getting an update!