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It sounds like Slightly Mad Studios is making a Fast & Furious game

What happens when you have a CEO who hasn't slept for three days and had a few sips of wine? Well, firstly you get a quite amazingly frank, entertaining and honest interview, and then sometimes you get a little bit more. Australian YouTuber...Show More Summary

City Shrouded in Shadow adds Mechagodzilla, Evangelion Unit-00, and more anime titans

This Disaster Report follow-up sure it loaded with a bunch of wild monsters. Now it just got a bunch more announced via the weekly issue of Famitsu magazine. They are Mechagodzilla, Unit-00 and Unit-02 from Evangelion, Griffon and Abraham from Patlabor, and Dada from Ultraman. Seems just about anything is on the table anymore. Show More Summary

New 'Wolfenstein' trailer is a reminder to always fight fascism

Nazis are the perfect video game enemy because they have zero redeeming qualities. It's something the Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus development team at Machine Games knows and the marketing department at publisher Bethesda Softworks is keen to capitalize on, especially given the current political climate. Show More Summary

Overwatch's Junkertown map is now live

Overwatch's new Junkertown map is now live and fully playable on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. The new escort map allows players to battle on Junkrat and Roadhog's home turf, the streets of Junkertown. You can check out the preview for the new map below as well as the Junkertown short here. Read more...

Firewatch review-bombed following PewDiePie racism incident

Indie adventure Firewatch is being review-bombed on Steam after the game's developer, Campo Santo, filed a DMCA against YouTuber PewDiePie. Last week Felix "PewDiePie" Kjellberg, owner of the most subscribed-to channel on YouTube, came under fire for using the N-word on during a PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds stream. Show More Summary

Get a glimpse of the music behind ultra-hard platformer ‘Cuphead’

Cuphead will probably be equally remembered for two things: Its already-infamous punishing difficulty and its gorgeous hand-drawn look. But folks shouldn't count out its delightful big band/swing soundtrack, which pairs perfectly with the game's 1930s-esque animated style. Show More Summary

Destiny 2's soundtrack is so good that I never want to leave the Farm

One of the best aspects of Destiny 2 is its soundtrack, and I wasn't necessarily expecting that going in; the music caught me off guard several times during the main story missions, especially early on, and it's somehow still growing...Show More Summary

What to Expect from Tokyo Game Show 2017

Stay tuned to IGN all throughout TGS for coverage of breaking news, previews of the biggest games, and more.

Destiny 2 reviews round-up – all the scores

Destiny 2 has been out in the wild for long enough now that we have many scored reviews. What initially started as Destiny 2 impressions, quickly formed into full-blown reviews. We’re working on our own review (you can read our impressions in the meantime). It took this long because Destiny 2 is big game. You’ve […]

‘Assassin’s Creed’ trailer reveals mysterious Egyptian enemies

We got our first look at Assassin's Creed: Origins at E3 this past summer. The latest installment of the big-budget title from Ubisoft is set to release on all major platforms October 27th, and will feature ancient Roman and Egyptian settings brought to life in 4K (provided you have a console or PC and TV to handle that many pixels). Show More Summary

Kickstarted RPG Divinity: Original Sin 2 Is Available Now

Despite a few speed bumps, Kickstarter has carved out a lane for some developers to really shape the games they want to create by collaborating directly with their community. Larian Studios acquired over $900,000 in pursuit of theirShow More Summary

Breath of the Wild's 'Champion' amiibo arrive in November

Zelda: Breath of the Wild isn't done quite yet. Folks are still finding all sorts of cool tricks and Easter eggs months later, but the game itself will also be rejuvenated later this year when the second (and so far, final) expansion...Show More Summary

‘Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus’ heads to Nintendo Switch next year

First-person shooter fans won't just have to settle for playing last year's hit Doom on their Switch. During today's Nintendo Direct, the company revealed that its flagship console is getting the upcoming Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, though Switch players will have to wait until 2018, long after it launches on other systems next month. Source: Nintendo Direct (YouTube)

'Xenoblade Chronicles 2' reaches your Switch on December 1st

You don't have too much longer to get a healthy dose of Japanese-style role-playing on your Nintendo Switch. Monotlith Soft and Nintendo have announced that Xenoblade Chronicles 2 will reach the hybrid console on December 1st, with a Special Edition offering a soundtrack CD and a gigantic 220-page art book. Show More Summary

Fan Made Super Mario 64 Brings Online Play

Check out this fan project that lets you play with up to 24 people as a wide array of iconic characters from the Mario universe.

Ghost Recon: Wildlands open beta for Ghost War PvP mode kicks off next week

Ubisoft has announced dates for Ghost War, the new player-versus-player mode for Ghost Recon: Wildlands. The open beta for the Ghost War mode will be held on all available platforms for Ghost Recon: Wildlands next week. As previously reported, once testing concludes and Ghost War is released, it will be a free update to all […]

Final Fantasy XV spinoff King's Knight is out today

Final Fantasy XV is almost its own thing at this point. It has more side projects and spinoffs than many AAA franchises just a year into its life cycle, and if I know Square, they aren't stopping anytime soon. They aren't stopping today either, as King's Knight: Wrath of the Dark Dragon just arrived worldwide on iOS and Android. Show More Summary

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