Sneaky Zebra were at SDCC last weekend, and they’ve strung together a video showing off the best cosplay, along with a competition at the end.
Nintendo will be revealing more of the Dynasty Warriors Zelda mash up
Mario and friends are helping to save the lagging Wii U, but with large losses compared to this period last year, what can Nintendo do?
Just two days ago, there was a consensus, of sorts, around Twitter’s predicament. Its stock had fallen 44% over the course of the year, partially because of a drop-off in the number of new users it was getting each month.
When Ubisoft commissioned horror director Rob Zombie and Walking Dead artist Tony Moore to make a promotional short for Assassin’s Creed Unity, it must have known what to expect.
Snapchat, the loss-making company behind a disappearing photo messaging service, is reportedly in talks with investors that could value the business at $10bn.
EA has revealed their version of a subscription gaming service for Microsoft’s Xbox One, giving unlimited access to games like FIFA 14 and Battlefield 4.
Activision and Bungie’s beta for the upcoming FPS MMO was a huge success, according their stats.
We have August’s PS Plus free games including the indie hit Fez on PS4 and Crysis 3 for PS3.
40 years has passed since the invention of the sandwich toaster, and we’ve got some stats for the top fillings in the UK for you to look at.
There is trouble on the virtual terraces of the best-selling Fifa video game series. Fans have reacted with fury to changes announced by developer EA Sports, which will radically alter the game’s popular Ultimate Team feature.
“There are about 7,000 characters on screen, all moving in real-time with real-time lighting, real-time shadows, and all controllable by tapping on them and saying where you want them to go. It feels like an epic movie battle, but it is over in 30 to 60 seconds...”
Achievement hunters can now add nine more to their hit list for Grand Theft Auto V.