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The Pillars of the Earth, an esteemed historical novel written by Ken Follett and first published in 1989, is getting adapted into an adventure game.
An Exo Zombies survival co-op add-on is being offered to Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare players next year in the Havoc DLC.
Rogue ranks pretty low down the pole in the Assassin's Creed franchise and left me wishing I had more content for Black Flag.
Dark Souls II is coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in April next year, From Software announced overnight.
The Warehouse Group has banned the sale of R18 games and DVDs, but not all adult products
There really is nothing like riding an elephant into an enemy outpost, charging into jeeps and tossing screaming enemy soldiers into the air.
Activision has released a new trailer for Destiny's first expansion, The Dark Below, to give players more of an idea of what to expect.
A new trailer for Batman: Arkham Knight offers more of a look at why the Dark Knight investigates Ace Chemicals in the game.
It's great to be back on the streets of Los Santos with this, the best way to experience one of the greatest games ever made.
Recently released Grand Theft Auto V, which contains graphic sex scenes and violence toward women, has prompted The Warehouse to pull its R18 games and DVDs.
Evolve players won't have to pay to play on additional maps released after launch, developer Turtle Rock has confirmed.
Gorilla Technology CTO Paul Spain looks at the PlayStation TV console and Android 5.
Sony has rejected claims that PlayStation Network was hacked following an alleged attack on the online gaming service and a number of others.
Nintendo is officially endorsing derivative works based on its properties, like Let's Plays, music covers and fan art, at least in Japan.
Geoff Keighley has announced the nominees for The Game Awards 2014, which will be handed out in Las Vegas in December.
Bigger, faster, crazier and prettier than the original, and is very much deserving of your time.
World of Warcraft's subscriber numbers have jumped following the release of the fifth expansion, Warlords of Draenor, once again exceeding 10 million.
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