The October PlayStation Plus free games are now up for download, but there isn't a whole lot else going on this week with digital downloads on consoles.
With a handful of Telltale series either still going or about to start, it's a good time to look through the studio's catalog and all of it is on sale this weekend on Steam.
Shacknews got a chance to play Just Cause 3 at the New York Comic Con, and it turns out, freedom has a price that's paid in bullets, explosives, and lots of grappling wire. This really is paradise.
The Shield Android TV, Nvidia's flagship entertainment device, received a big update this morning. Details for the 1.2 software update range from improved streaming performance to additional apps.
The special Fallout 4 Limited Edition Crate from Loot Crate is once again available for purchase. If you missed your chance the first time it was available, you better act fast as we're sure they'll sell out quick.
Bandai Namco and From Software are testing out a few aspects of Dark Souls 3 and it looks like they need the player base's help, because a network stress test has just popped up for PlayStation Plus members.
Indivisible is a new side-scrolling action role-playing game being developed by Lab Zero (of Skullgirls fame) that recently started its crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo. We got to play the early prototype while at the New York Comic Con, and we're already hooked.
Xbox One and Xbox 360 owners will soon be able to experience Lara Croft's latest adventure as Microsoft has announced the game has gone gold.
An old foe has returned in Yoshi's Wooly World. Burt the Bashful is back from the original Yoshi's Island, but how much have things changed since that first encounter? Find out in this video.
Marvel Heroes 2015 is rolling out new content today based on the 'All-New, All-Different Marvel' line of comics. But there are many more changes coming to the books, so today, Shacknews is asking what else from the ever-changing Marvel comic book universe should make it into Gazillion's MMORPG?
While Activision and FreeStyleGames are moving forward with the Guitar Hero series, they also recognize the songs that first made the series great, which is why they're revealing a handful of classic GH tracks for the upcoming Guitar Hero Live.