The final installment of Horror Game Icon looks back at a game that has defined the genre despite only being a demo.
Campbell Con 2016 brought together celebrities along with local vendors, artists, and fan clubs for a special day for the fans.
The new update for Day of Infamy adds the dismemberment along with other major changes to the game.
Examining from a public relations perspective, Bethesda Softworks new policy does more harm than good.
Steven Yeun from The Walking Dead will be appearing at Silicon Valley Comic Con 2017.
As the season of fear continues, the fourth installment of Horror Game Icon looks back on the 2004 game, The Suffering.
Following the success of Grand Theft Auto III, many studios began to focus on developing their own open-world games. Some would become masterpieces in their own right.
2001 was the year that gaming culture was changed forever and one of the biggest driving force of this change was the release of Grand Theft Auto III.
15 years after its release on the PlayStation 2 and the PC, the German government has removed Red Faction off its list of games considered to be “damaging” to the country’s youth (The Index).
From titles like Inside Donald Trump to Kuma/War, these are some of the most memorable election tie-in games.
Frictional Games has announced that Amnesia Collection, a bundle that consists of an HD port of the entire series, is set to be released for the PlayStation 4.
THQ Nordic has announced the release dates of several highly anticipated titles for 2016.
A look at how Dino Crisis 2 set the foundation for action horror games.
In honor of the franchises 20th anniversary and a resent surge in its popularity, Pokémon: The First Movie will be returning to theaters for a limited time.
The third installment of Horror Game Icon looks at the game that returned the Alien franchise back to the horror roots established by Sir. Ridley Scott.