Bots have infiltrated Hearthstone, frustrating players and compromising the game's integrity. Here's how you can tell if your opponent is less-than-human, and how to beat their cold, calculating strategies.
This was supposed to be a banner year for Harmonix, with Dance Central Spotlight and Disney's Fantasia leading the way, before Microsoft pulled the rug out from under them. In spite of that, the Boston-based studio is poised to bounce back.
We go hands-on with Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris and get a first look at the game's overworld and four-player cooperative gameplay.
There's no denying that the gaming climate has been a hostile one, as of late. But the tragic story of PushaTee and the outpouring of support from friends, competitors, and fans show that gaming culture can still be a tremendous force for good.
This is the week to venture into the future with Civilization: Beyond Earth, while the musical set can feel the rhythm with Disney's Fantasia: Music Evolved and Just Dance 2015 and Platinum raises hell with Bayonetta 2.
It's a special edition of the Twitch roundup, where we take a look at next week's Sunset Overdrive and help determine whether this Xbox One exclusive is worth the hype. Also,
Put down your new fall release, because there are many games to jump into this weekend from Steam and 10 of those are free!
Sony brought along many of their most anticipated indie games to IndieCade over the weekend. Here are a handful of the games Shacknews got to try out.
The interstallar 4X strategy game Galactic Civilizations 3 enters a new Early Access phase with the patch that introduces diplomacy. Additionally, a new race enters the competition to become the biggest empire in the galaxy. We speak to lead game designer Paul Boyer to get all the details.
There are some big-time dangers to look out for in The Evil Within. Shacknews takes a quick look at them, while also checking out some early concept art.
Does The Evil Within have what it takes to activate the nostalgia of the games it tries so hard to imitate?
There were several great indie games to be found inside Nintendo's booth at IndieCade. Here are some of the standouts.
GamerGate supporters may believe that by sheer numbers, or volume, they can take this toxic foundation and turn it into a legitimate movement. They can't.
Tripwire Interactive gave a first look at Killing Floor 2 at this year's New York Comic Con. With all the new graphics, features and perks, flying body parts have never looked so good.
Saints Row has a history of whacked-out weaponry and Volition is bringing out seven more crazy kililng devices to grace Gat ouf of Hell with. Shacknews takes a closer look at Johnny Gat's tools of the trade.
Dontnod Entertainment (makers of Remember Me) provoded a first look at its upcoming adventure game, Life is Strange, at this year's New York Comic Con. In this coming of age story, a young girl named Max Caulfield reconnects with old friends while trying to uncover a mystery using time bending powers.
Vib-Ribbon, a seminal rhythm game classic for the original PlayStation, has made its way to North America, finding a home on the PlayStation Network as a PSone Classic. But what should come next, after we're done grooving to those beats? We dust off our music catalogue to see which rhythm craze should be ported next out of Japan and onto Western consoles.
There was a lot to check out at IndieCade this year and that includes a handful of offerings for Oculus Rift.
The Evil Within borrows much of its inspiration from the Resident Evil series, but does the game stack up to such a notable piece of gaming history or is it a cheap imitation? Our review.
Resident Evil: Revelations 2 makes its big debut at the 2014 New York Comic Con. We go hands-on with Claire Redfield's upcoming episodic horror experience.