Young love makes the key scene in a period piece The summer of 1989 is long over, and so are the events of Firewatch, the mystery-adventure video game set in that year, which launched just two weeks ago.
Between making massive new Elder Scrolls and Fallout games every few years, you would think that Bethesda doesn’t have time for much else. But this week at DICE (where Fallout 4 won GOTY), Todd Howard
DOOM lands this coming May, Bethesda Softworks announced today. The publisher also released details about the collector’s edition and a new campaign trailer. The collector’s edition of the game will come
Darth Vader never looked so cute and stylish Japanese design firm Nendo has a knack for taking everyday objects like umbrellas and rendering them in a simple, thoughtful, modern form. But now the group
It’s officially February, meaning fans are on high alert for the return of the Overwatch beta. Blizzard says should appear sometime this month, hopefully sooner, rather than later. I was one of the lucky
This week, EA made headlines because they released an estimate which said that 55 million new-gen consoles had been sold so far. That’s a headline because when you take Sony’s freely offered-up figures
Where previous sequels to XCOM games have failed, XCOM 2 — the sequel to 2012's reboot, XCOM: Enemy Unknown — succeeds. Stand down, Terror from the Deep. Sleep softly, Apocalypse. Requiescat in pace, Ridge.
Super-fast, super-slow FPS delivers a hail of gunfire this month Superhot, the unusual super-fast/super-slow first person shooter that got a lot of attention over the past year, has set Feb. 25 for its
Most of the products we've reviewed lately don't make the cut. It's been about two months since Engadget's updated its buyer's guide -- we were busy eating holiday cookies, preparing for CES, going to
In the video above, I explain why I instantly I like this game … and it’s simple. I can take my head off, float around and attach it to other bodies and objects. From the start, not a boring game. Headlander
The cancellation of Ant Simulator is one of the most disheartening stories about crowdfunding indie games I’ve heard. It’s also one of the most outrageous and crazy, filled with betrayal and greed and
"It will consume you, change you ... into something else." "Consequences of Advanced Spellcasting," the third episode of The Magicians, lives up to its name: It reiterates that magic can completely screw
It's been five years since the game's original announcement Cobalt will launch Feb. 2, Mojang has announced, meaning five years after it was first announced Mojang will finally publish its first third-party
Square Enix’s new Hitman has had something of a schizophrenic content strategy until now, waffling in between an episodic and a full retail release in a fashion that made it pretty hard to figure out the
Video-games exist to entertain. Parents keep family struggles private. Christian developers don’t bring Jesus into their work. Cancer has to be battled and death is to be feared. That Dragon, Cancer wonderfully
This week, Xbox One owners who subscribe to Microsoft’s Xbox Live Gold service can play a bunch of games for free. EA Access is opening its Vault to Xbox One gamers for a week, hoping to lure in new subscribers