Sony has launched a new flash sale for this weekend only, featuring over 20 games for $10 each. Highlights include BioShock Infinite, DarkSiders II and Metro: Last Light for the PlayStation 3 and The Sly Collection, The God of War Collection and Street Fighter x Tekken for the PlayStation Vita. Interested gamers have until Monday, August 25 8:00 a.m. Pacific to make final purchase decisions.
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Telltale Games has announced the release dates for “No Going Back,” the fifth and final episode of the second season of The Walking Dead.
Electronic Arts has released seven new screenshots for Battlefield Hardline.
Telltale Games has released some key artwork for “No Going Back,” the fifth and final episode of The Walking Dead: Season Two. The artwork showcases the title screen for episode 5. You can check it out down below.
Warner Bros. and Monolith Productions have revealed the content you’ll get with the Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Season Pass. Included in the Season Pass will be new story missions, challenge modes, and access to future content.
The Call of Duty franchise will be strengthened by its recent switch to a three-year development cycle, which allows for the creative ‘freedom to fail,’ according to Activision Publishing CEO Eric Hirshberg in an interview with Joystiq.
According to a listing on Amazon, Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition will be coming to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on October 14.
Capcom announced that the original Resident Evil will be receiving an HD remake for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, PS4, and PC.
Sony has revealed the coming PlayStation Plus games for August for North American PlayStation Plus members. There will be a total of 6 games available for you to download for free.
Cellar Door Games’ Rogue Legacy hit PlayStation Platforms July 29th, and it currently features cross buy.
Bungie today announced that the current Destiny Beta is now open to all players, after previously requiring a beta code to enter.
Electronic Arts has announced that Battlefield Hardline has been delayed to 2015.