The current vibe in the world of video games is all about the shooter genre. First-person or third-person doesn't matter much so long as there's high action and a lot of bullets and explosions. A small team at Ubisoft Montreal realized that gun combat isn't the only type of combat out there, creating the medieval sword-based world of For Honor and unleashing it on the unsuspecting masses at E3 2015. I got my hands on a demo of the game while at Ubisoft's booth, and I'm ready to put down my gun and take arms with a sword.
If this is Nintendo's idea of what a multiplayer shooter should be, then I'm not about to argue with them.
Rockstar has starting swinging the banhammer at all the players who have been using mods (including cosmetic ones) in the PC version of Grand Theft Auto Online.
Metal Gear Online's multiplayer matches will have a different number of players between its last-gen and current-gen versions.
Samurai Punk has announced that its innovative game that actually encourages you to cheat, Screencheat, is coming to PlayStation 4.
Rockstar Games has posted a new TV spot for Grand Theft Auto Online, showcasing its amazing Heists at a fluid 60fps.
Turtle Rock Studios has been rapidly growing new content for its asymmetrical shooter, Evolve, since its release last month.
Whether you're a Dota player, a Steam user or a visitor thinking we were an arcade/sushi bar, it's your duty to vote in the most important election ever: the Goat Simulator Goat is up for voting as a custom Dota 2 courier.
Rockstar has spoken out on the recent connectivity issues plaguing Grand Theft Auto Online this week after it launched its Heist DLC.
A new Square Enix RPG has emerged on iOS and Android, and while we've seen a few like this before we're definitely giving Heavenstrike Rivals a shot.