The Division Beta is the opportunity to try the game out before yourself before you decide to try and buy it. The chief problem with The Division Beta is the lack of content, and that could hurt it. Players have so many options these days, do they really need to buy The Division?
The 2015 Game Of The Year competition is one of the tougher ones in recent years. We had a lot of triple A titles that blew us away and a few smaller gems that took our minds to new places. It was a tough call, but here are our 5 nominees for our Game Of The Year Choice and the winner
Ubisoft’s limbless wonder Rayman is taking a bit of a hiatus at the moment, with his last memorable title being the 2013 platformer Rayman Legends. That’s not to say the team is twiddling their limbless thumbs – the lead musician Rémi Gazel is hard at work on his latest project, Rayman 1 Live
Boston’s wasteland may seem a place void of all hopes and dreams but there’s that one special time of year that even the survivors of a nuclear fallout cherish, Christmas
The Taken King is the new expansion for Destiny that raises the level cap and adds new content. As of now The Taken King is ready to be played, assuming you have the latest patch downloaded. Check out this article to get more details
If you have been playing Destiny since the game came out, you might have heard of the VIP rewards. These are rewards for players who have put enough time into the game during year one. Check out where you can get the rewards here!
Disgaea 5 brings the game series to the next generation with Alliance of Vengeance on PlayStation 4. Crazy combo attacks, a large cast of characters and, of course, Prinny dood. Find out what else you can expect to experience in Disgaea 5: Alliance Of Vengeance here!
Destiny’s new expansion, The Taken King, isn’t due out until next week but some players have found the new enemies early. They aren’t killable at the moment but you can still see them if you want. Check out this article and find out how!
Want to play Shenmue, but don’t want to play it at a low resolution? Not a problem – with Retro-Bit’s VGA box, it (and all Dreamcast games) will look positively high def
Itching to get your arcade gaming on, but don’t have the space for a dedicated cabinet? TinyCircuits may have something for you – the world’s smallest arcade cabinet
Arcades might be dead, but the spirit of these coin-op classics lives on. Some may now turn to larger screens and motion controls to get their gaming fix, but the folks behind the Force Dynamics want gamers to actually feel the road. Introducing the ultimate driving simulator – the Force Dynamics 401cr
Sonic has been awfully buddy-buddy with Nintendo as of late, with Sonic: Lost World and Sonic Boom both appearing exclusively on the Wii U and 3DS. With Nintendo and SEGA playing nice, what would happen if Sonic took some creative cues from Mario? Introducing Classic Sonic 3D Adventure, a fangame inspired by Super Mario 3D Land and Super Mario 3D World