The Deus Ex game series continues with engaging themes involving modified, or “augmented” humans in a futuristic world, set in 2027, amid various international settings, amazing musical score, and “choose-your-own-adventure”-type decision making format.
Check out the preview for this upcoming first person shooter Batman game adds wild mayhem, character customization, multiplayer options and action amid the classic hero showdown with The Joker.
View the new game trailer for the action adventure Dark Souls, the sequel to the 2009 hit Demon Souls.
Battlefield 3 open beta test now available on PC (Origin), PlayStation 3 (PlayStation Network) and Xbox 360 (Xbox Live).
The NFL Sunday Ticket service, originally launched in 1994, debuts on the PlayStation 3 for the first time.
This Biblical inspired one player adventure game follows the adventures of Enoch and his God-given quest to return seven fallen angels to heaven.
Name changes and new term agreements are in order as PlayStation®Network account owners will encounter the Sony Entertainment Network as well as a new Terms of Service and User Agreement (TOS).
ZAZOO KiDS™ Digital Photo Clock provides multiple media functions designed for simple interface and displays beginning with little tykes and transitioning into the teenage years.
Authentic chronicles, engaging investigations, and expertly captured characterizations combine into an impressive array in Rockstar’s L.A. Noire crime-themed action game.
Today begins the first leg of Nintendo 3DS Ambassador Game Program where existing owners get 10 downloadable NES games free.
Solid pick-up-and-play addition to the ongoing game series with great 3D effects, unique character skill systems, and constant horror-themed action.
This six game collection includes two brand new Pac-Man and Galaga games specifically tailored for the Nintendo 3DS as well as the famous classics.
An amazing, authentic racing experience featuring high content, rally racing, varying environments, great add-on content, and challenging gameplay.
Remediation works best in this classic role-playing game adventure game now available on the Nintendo 3DS, which originally released on the Nintendo 64 in 1998.
Author Matt Forbeck takes on this classic modern sci-fi debate in his new book “Star Wars vs. Star Trek: Could the Empire kick the Federation’s ass? And other galaxy-shaking enigmas”.