New Famicom earbuds released.
Due to how much work is being put into the Homeworld series' remake, Gearbox Software believe it's no longer appropriate to refer to it as a HD re-release.
Guacamelee! getting upgrade to a new Super Turbo Championship edition.
Twitch.TV is E3's official new streaming partner.
Microsoft trademarks two new games.
Blake Jorgensen reveals changing release date also a problem.
Mario Kart 8 gets a Limited Edition bundle.
Watch_Dogs gets an official release date.
Daniel Craig returns in 24th 007 film.
Price cuts may not come until next year.
Jordan states, "It was expected."
While replicas can be used for ornaments and props, one man from Texas decided to use his replica of the Master Sword from the Legend of Zelda franchise to defend himself during a domestic dispute.
EA have released a fact sheet of Battlefield 4's key features, an at-a-glance look at what to expect from the game for anyone who doesn't know.
The new teaser trailer for Frictional Games' SOMA features new environments and dialogue.
Square Enix's detective thriller is slated to drop for a June 3 release in North America, then all other regions on June 6.
Kojima says he'll be criticized for theme of Ground Zeroes.
Rocksteady creates custom Batmobile and all new villain.
Reveals that Metal Gear V was never intended to be two parts.
After a month of being in Closed Beta, Project Spark is now available in Open Beta for everyone on Xbox One.
Marie Rose DLC coming to Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate.
Attack on Titan and Phantasy Star Online 2 cross over
Shantae and the Pirate's Curse has been delayed.
Plants VS. Zombies DLC will be completely free.
The new Windows Phone helper is Cortana.
Kevin Conroy will be in Arkham Knight.
Twitch.TV will allow mobile users to stream mobile games.
The app will allow you unlimited, on-demand access to every episode of every season of your favourite HBO shows via your HBO subscription.
If you're a big fan of Thief and hoodies, and fancy a chance to also win an Xbox One, enter this random-draw competition to have a chance at winning a Watch guard hoodie.
Wargaming, the developer behind World of Tanks, will be attending this year's Game Developers Conference at booth #1624, where it'll be showcasing details on the game's upcoming new enhancements and its mobile counterpart.
Respawn Entertainment co-founder confirms that Titanfall will have both paid and free DLC. A season pass for the game has also been confirmed.