The ARMA series' dedication to realism in combat situations is both immersive and obtuse. It's the best worst war game ever made. Keep reading to
DNIEPR is a stellar upcoming Left 4 Dead 2 campaign set in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone the radioactive wasteland surrounding the world's most infamous nuclear
Here is a supercut of video games from Slacktory. The supercut shows video games used in movies and TV shows. So many movie and television shows have
THE FOREST is an open world, survival horror game where you scrounge to survive against the elements, your own fears, and cannibalistic cave dwelling humanoids.
WATCH DOGS looks hack-tastic. Ubisoft released a new 6 minute gameplay demo showing us the quiet, sneaky side of Chicago. Check it out here
The newest Vault Hunter, the reformed Psycho Krieg, is Borderlands 2's newest addition to the family. He's a melee heavy, high risk, high reward character
Ubisoft is cranking out another Assassin's Creed game and I'm okay with that. Get a sneak peak on how Assassin's Creed 4 will look on
The second installment in my WAR GAMES series. SPEC OPS: THE LINE is the most effective, most subversive game about military shooters ever made precisely
ETERNAL DARKNESS: SANITY'S REQUIEM was the best options for having your pants, ahem, soiled, on the GameCube back in 2002. Precursor Games aims to resurrect
Cue the Imperial March theme. EA STAR WARS games are happening. Here's what good could happen
Hello, fellow Invaders! Good morning! How you doing, buddy?! Did you have a good weekend? Did you sleep in, go to a BBQ, see Iron
Who thinks up this stuff? Erkki Trummal, André Berlemont, Morten Brunbjerg: that's who. They've used their $300 Oculus Rift development kit to create a short
SPLINTER CELL: BLACKLIST resurrects its Spies vs Mercs multiplayer mode. Check out the trailer here!
Activision announces the next installment in their FPS juggernaut: CALL OF DUTY: GHOSTS. Whoopie. Hooray.
The first installment in a multi-week series about modern military shooters. They're insanely popular and produce the new types of war-myths, which comes at a