World of Speed is an MMO-style racing game from Need for Speed: Shift and Shift 2: Unleashed developer Slightly Mad Studios, and this is some of the first gameplay footage we’ve seen since the game’s announcement in February.
Guerrilla Games is giving away a collection of Killzone: Shadow Fall DLC to commemorate the tenth anniversary of its multiple console generation-spanning Killzone franchise.
When Grand Theft Auto 5 launches on PS4 and Xbox One on November 18, it will bring a new perspective to game. Rockstar Games has revealed GTA 5 will indeed feature an oft-rumored first-person mode in both single-player and online sessions.
Forza Horizon 2 picks up its second post-launch DLC pack today, which includes six new vehicles for players to race, paint and smash to pieces against the picturesque countryside.
Sony teased some of its coming PlayStation Plus Instant Game Collection releases today, revealing that subscribers will receive free copies of Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition and Secret Ponchos for the PS4 next month.
Atari now accepting the pre-orders for Alone in the Dark: Illumination, the latest entry in its long running survival horror franchise.
The Swindle lets you coach hired men through your master plans, and should your wit lead to their demise, at least you didn’t learn your shortcomings firsthand.
The Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare costs $49.99 includes four packs of multiplayer maps as well as the bonus Atlas Gorge Map.
The previously-announced holiday promotion that shaves $50 off the standalone Xbox One and all Xbox One bundles is now live announced.
The Frozen Synapse Prime launching on Steam by November 14th and it will reach the PS3 by this month. This version will retain the realistic visuals, extra team commands, overhauled campaign and other additions that debuted in Prime.
The PlayStation Blog has revealed a portion of playable titles that will appear at PlayStation Experience, a fan event in Las Vegas that will feature panels and “hundreds of titles to play” from the PlayStation family of consoles.
BioShock Infinite: The Complete Edition is due out on November 4 for Xbox 360 and PS3, Take-Two’s second quarter 2015 financial report confirms, but there’s no mention of a PC launch date.