Strategy First and Kylotonn Games’ action-packed racer FlatOut 4: Total Insanity launches on Steam today
Platforming without arms or legs might seem like an odd concept, but Sumo Digital’s Snake Pass forces players to think like a snake. Featuring physics-based climbing action, do Noodle’s limbless adventures make for a good time?
The girls of XSEED’s Senran Kagura series will be coming back to the PlayStation 4 in the upcoming third-person shooter Senran Kagura Peach Beach Splash this summer
The release of Mojo Bones and Bandai Namco’s post-apocalyptic survival adventure Impact Winter has been delayed to May
The survivors keep surviving and the dead keep marching on in the third episode of Telltale’s story-based title The Walking Dead: A New Frontier. Picking up right after a nasty cliffhanger, does it have enough to keep gamers hooked?
After a strong couple of months, this next month promises to deliver more long-awaited games to the masses. On that note, here are 5 games we’re looking forward to in April. Oh, and we won’t make you click through five pages to look at the entire list
Activision and Bungie’s first-person action game Destiny 2 will launch on both PC and consoles September 8, 2017
NIS America and Spike Chunsoft have revealed the first four “Ultimate” students that will be in the upcoming Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony
Garou: Mark of the Wolves’ Rock Howard will be making his way to Atlus’ The King of Fighters XIV
Touhou has been making some waves in the states as of late, with the release of Bullet Ballet, Scarlet Curiosity, and Genso Wanderer all in the past few months. As we patiently await more Touhou, Gamers Heroes takes a look at a dead-on cosplay of Yukari Yakumo
The first character DLC for Square-Enix’s Final Fantasy XV, Episode Gladiolus, is now available
Bluehole and Brendan Greene’s PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has earned more than $11 million in revenue in the first three days on Steam Early Access