There's no release date yet, but Warframe is giving Switch owners another free-to-play game.
Ingress was an engaging mobile game, and it'll be interesting to see how the anime based on it performs.
Information has appeared online suggesting Tekken 7 is getting more add-ons and a second season pass.
The once ill-fated Darksiders III has a release date and two special editions on the way.
Even though WWE 2K18 was on the Switch, WWE 2K19 will not be.
Hitman 2 will have six locations with various sorts of missions at launch.
Silent Hill: Homecoming on PC is a much better experience now, thanks to an extensive fan mod.
Blizzard's Pink Mercy campaign was a ludicrous success, raising over $12 million for breast cancer.
Dead Island 2 still exists and there will be details at a later stage, but the company wants to tweet about their new mobile game now instead.
Yakuza Kiwami 2 may not look like a game for everybody at first glance, so now there is a demo people can try.
We can look forward to Aggretsuko, Castlevania, Ultraman and more on Netflix in the near future, with Castlevania's second season coming in October.
For Honor is cutting back on cosmetic items, but they aren't disappearing permanently.
FastStart, a new tech meant to get people into installing games faster, is now live for certain titles on the Xbox One.
Bowser Jr. is overpowered in Mario Tennis Aces, and it's causing strife in the competitive community.
Kill la Kill the Game is coming to the PlayStation 4 and PC in 2019.
Fortnite players are using Playground mode to build Shopping Cart race tracks that resemble the ones seen in Mario Kart.
The Rocket League anniversary event draws inspiration from the game's spiritual predecessor.
It's looking like some point in August 2018, Monster Hunter: World players will fight Final Fantasy's Behemoth.
The new mode looks like a pretty in depth way to take photos in Far Cry 5, whether or not your character is in them!
Sea of Thieves may receive a lot of updates, but this one is definitely among the most important for Rare fans.
Two more Xbox One bundles have been announced by Microsoft, featuring some of the most popular games on the system.
The new Intellivision has some ambitious ideas, but it's definitely not aimed at hardcore gamers.
Talim is back in action for Soulcalibur VI, complete with elbow blades!
SNK 40th Anniversary Collection is dropping in November, giving people a chance to revisit SNK classics at an affordable price.
Tons of free games are coming to Twitch Prime subscribers, thanks to Prime Day.
We Happy Few is no longer banned in Australia, as it has received a rating.
Shenmue I & II is coming in August, so everyone can prepare for Shenmue III.
Funko is starting a cereal line, with Cuphead and Mega Man among the first varieties.
The Fortnite Playground mode briefly launched last week, but had to be taken down. This time, it seems to be working.
LA Noire VR owners are being told they are not authorized to use a game they obviously own.