Despite the surge in digital games being offered online, CEO Paul Raines remains adamant that it's business as usual at GameStop.
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Activision changed the look of Call of Duty's official Twitter to a faux news page and started reporting about fictional acts of terrorism going on in China. Unfortunately, China just happened to be hit by a series of letter bomb attacks right around the same time.
Electronic Arts and California's Great America theme park are partnering up to create a 4D, Mass Effect-themed attraction.
We just wanted to remind our readers that Carbine Studios' MMORPG WildStar has launched with its revamped, free-to-play economic model this month.
Mr. 900's return to console gaming isn't as smooth as we were hoping, given the glitches plaguing Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 5's launch.
Xbox has announced yet another Xbox One bundle to help usher in holiday jumps to current-gen. This time, the COGs, Ori and Rare are joining the fight.
Given the recent success with Batman: Arkham Knight, it makes a lot of sense for Warner Bros. Interactive to keep the big guy around in some form or another
Microsoft Studios' free-to-play game creator and sandbox simulator, Project Spark, is getting rid of its microtransactions, making all of its premium content free.
This is heavy: Marty McFly and Dr. Emmett Brown are revving the DeLorean up for a remastered release of Telltale Games' Back to the Future series.
The Protoss leaders recall their history and decide whether or not to take back their homeworld in this story trailer for StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void.