Wizards of the Coast releases the Magic: The Gathering War of the Spark trailer, and something big will happen to the game's band of heroes.
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Anthem's "Conviction" live action short debuts, and it's not clear what it's meant to achieve, although it has some nice visuals, at least.
Blizzard's office in Versailles, France has over 400 people still waiting to find out if they've lost their jobs in sweeping, company-wide layoffs.
Nintendo announces Super Mario Maker 2 during its most recent Nintendo Direct presentation, with a release date coming up during this summer.
Respawn Entertainment's Apex Legends surpasses 25 million players in just one week, surpassing 2 million concurrent players during the same timeframe.
Mystic Vale makes the transition from popular real-life deckbuilding game to a digital offering on Steam, but leaves its charm back on the tabletop.
Screen Rant sits down with Joseph Staten, creative director and head of design at Microsoft Global Publishing, to talk all things Crackdown 3.
Crackdown 3's multiplayer could be a major factor in the game's early success, and its primed to capitalize. Here's our hands-on impression.
After an in-depth hands-on with Crackdown 3, we believe it's exactly the kind of game that could bring the Xbox One back into the spotlight.
Deep Silver announces Metro Exodus' PC version will be leaving Steam's digital distribution service to be an Epic Games Store exclusive instead.
The Division 2's development team provides an update on why the game will feature smaller, less populated Dark Zones despite a better server capacity.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez surprises everyone with an appearance on a Twitch charity stream to support Mermaids, a UK-based gender-dysphoria charity.
According to recent reports, EA's cancelled open-world Star Wars was scrapped to rush another, smaller-scale Star Wars title out faster.
Activision and Treyarch Studios implement a new system that identifies users without a season pass during online play, effectively shaming them.
The Mortal Kombat 11 reveal event showcases the game's incredibly detailed and grisly fatality system, and it is at its franchise best.
After a lengthy hands on-experience with Metro Exodus, we can confidently suggest bracing yourself for the post-apocalyptic Russian wasteland.
Metro Exodus' big sell is its open world sandboxes, but it's when the game returns to claustrophobic, tight spaces that make it really stand out.