PlayStation Plus is currently on a winning streak with their AAA titles these past two months, and it isn't different here with Just Cause 3 and Assassin's Creed: Freedom Cry as the big PS4 games for this month!
Farber takes old, beaten up consoles and brings new life to them. He repurposes them to be used as outlets, jewelry, charging docks, and even lamps.
In Perception, Cassie (and you) navigate by the tapping of her cane. With a type of echolocation, you can see glimpses of the space around you. That's something that you'll be doing for most of Perception.
This has to be the fastest Sony (or E3 even) press conference ever. Shawn Layden, President & CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment America (SIEA), only walked out about twice- but it was worth it.
We already knew what EA's press conference was going to be about. And I mean a lot of Star Wars: Battlefront II. They didn't disappoint.
E3 is upon us and Ubisoft is rolling out a free weekend for gamers on PC. From June 9th to June 12th you'll be able to play Steep, The Division, and Trials Fusion completely for free.
PlayStation Plus is back with its free games of June 2017 and we have some fine choices if I do say so myself. This month is Killing Floor 2 and Life Is Strange.
That's right Bungie has announced in their Weekly Update that for the first time ever Mayhem will be coming to the Iron banner.
Welcome to Watch Dogs 2! In this opening sequence, you meet Marcus, the main protagonist, and the Dedsec crew. All of it was captured on the PS4.
Nintendo has confirmed that there will be a New Nintendo 2DS XL on its way in the coming months. It will cost $200 AU (approximately $149.99 USD) and will be coming first in Australia and New Zealand on June 15. The US will be getting it on July 28th.