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Bioware has teased new Dragon Age: Inquisition content titled "Jaws of Hakkon."
Remastered versions of Batman: Arkham City and Batman: Arkham Asylum are reportedly being remastered for PS4 and Xbox One.
Soon, videos in your Twitter feed may play automatically, just like Facebook.
The 11-minutes of pre-alpha footage took place on the "Plane" map.
Pre-ordering will guarantee you a spot in the upcoming closed beta.
The Super Team Tournament continues with match ups like Avengers vs. Expendables, X-Men vs. Team Avatar, and more.
Your first look at the conclusion of Double Fine's latest adventure game, running on PlayStation 4.
This week highlights Bloodborne, Borderlands: The Handsome Collection, and Episode 2 of Life is Strange. We're here to help with a weekly round-up of the biggest game releases each & every week.
Screenshots show flexibility in what users can remove from their own phones.
Bloodborne arrives alongside the Borderlands Handsome Collection while Into the Woods and the final Hobbit come to Blu-ray.
With the recent release of Mario Party 10, we're discussing how to review games that might not be intended for ourselves.
Marty and Mitch got a chance to play "The Flame in the Flood", a new survival game from former Irrational Games folks.
The crew of Podcast Unlocked weighs in on EA's announcement that Titanfall 2 multi-platform, and talks through what needs to be added to make it a killer game.
Build a path to reach an epic battle with a dragon. It's Road to Dragons!
Hostile environments, harsh enemies, and a gorgeous world -- this could be your kind of survival game.
Join IGN and WWE Superstars as you get your first look at the big new WWE 2K15 DLC.
Buy these three amiibos and get a $25 gift card, save $30 on a new PS Vita, plus the lowest prices yet for Far Cry 4, Assassin's Creed: Unity, and Watch Dogs.
The developer has been hard at work on Call of Duty for the last five years. Could this be its next project?
Come back tomorrow to see the reveal trailer.
Nintendo president and CEO credits Shigeru Miyamoto with forcing the eye-tracking tech on Nintendo's engineers.