Gaming In Vision looks at BroForce tribute to the classic film, Die Hard.
In an attempt to promote Call of Duty: Black Ops III, Activsion temporary changed the official Twitter account and began posting tweets about a fake terrorist attack.
Night Dive Studios has announced that they are working on a remastered version of the classic shooters, Turok: Dinosaur Hunter and Turok 2: Seed of Evil.
In response to growing demand for many years along with massive input from fans, Capcom has officially announced that a remake of Resident Evil 2 is in the works.
nVIDIA stands with Hideo Kojima by acknowledging Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain as his game.
A new trailer for Homefront: The Revolution has been unveiled along with the announcement of a Holiday 2016 release.
More Xbox gamers are interested in several Call of Duty titles being backwards compatible for the Xbox One, with Black Ops II taking the lead.
According to a study, the effects of violent video games on female gamers is that it boosts their self-esteem and makes them feel more desired.
Horror gamers hoping that Silent Hills would return were disappointed when Microsoft announced the rumors of making the game an Xbox One exclusive are false.
A fan petition asks Activsion to make an HD version of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.
Gaming In Vision looks at how John Milus depicts survivalists in a negative light.
PC gamers who were hoping to finally hit the streets of Los Santos will be disappointed as the release of Grand Theft Auto V has been delayed until March.
A month after Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes was released for the PC, several gamers have unleashed their imagination with some unique mods.
Based on collected sales data from multiple third party analysts, Grand Theft Auto V has become one of the top grossing console games after having sold over 40 million copies.
A judge in California ruled to dismiss Manuel Noriega lawsuit against Activsion for using his name and likeness without his consent in Call of Duty: Black Ops II.