It's the dead of summer, and it's hot enough outside to cook an English breakfast on the sidewalk. You just want to cool off, but the local pool has four screaming children and four gallons of urine for every one gallon of actual H20. How's someone supposed to keep cool in such blazing circumstances? Why not try a refreshing video game water level?
Shovel Knight is officially the first indie game to have its own amiibo and offer amiibo support for the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS.
Microsoft unveiled a trailer showcasing some of the 150+ ID@Xbox titles launching over the next 12 months.
Best Buy accidentally posted listings online for a physical release of Shovel Knight, last year's 8-bit indie darling.
Gaming's favorite muscled amphibians, the Battletoads, pick a fight with Shovel Knight as Microsoft teases their formal return.
Last year there were a few ID@Xbox Games that debuted at GDC. This year there are a ton — 23 games made it to Microsoft's list and that's not even all of them.
One of the biggest indie hits of 2014 is making its PlayStation debut during Sony's 2015 Spring Fever digital sale.
It's easy for the Vita to get overshadowed by its big brother, the PlayStation 4, but Sony wants to remind you there's still a lot of cool stuff coming to the handheld.
One of the best indie games of 2014, Shovel Knight, is heading to PlayStation consoles, and a certain God of War is standing in his way.
Who won? Who lost? Who got robbed? Who surprised us? Read on, because here are all the nominees and winners for The Game Awards 2014.