Articles by Ginny Woo
Poised to give Pokemon Go a run for its money is a new AR initiative from a beloved franchise: Minecraft Earth has been announced for iOS and Android.
As Red Dead Online moves out of its beta phase, the game is going to roll out some big content updates, full of balance changes and more.
PlayStation 4 users are in luck; if you've wanted to try your hand at taking down a Rathalos, a Monster Hunter World free trial is currently active.
Battlefield 5's Firestorm mode looks like it's going to have a major change on the horizon: the removal of Duos from its matchmaking system.
Death Mark's lurid aesthetic creates a spine-chilling atmosphere let down by gameplay that falls short of packing the scary punch that it deserves.
Those who have been struggling with griefing in Rainbow Six Siege are in luck. The game has introduced new anti-teamkill measures dropping tomorrow.
The wait for Star Citizen continues to drag on. Now, a new controversy around mishandled funds plagues the title in its eighth year of development.
Former Borderlands Claptrap voice actor, David Eddings, tweeted about being replaced over a pay dispute. Now, Randy Pitchford has called Eddings out.
The MK11 character towers had fans annoyed about how difficult they were to clear. It looks like Netherrealm's latest patch has now fixed that.
The controversial Riot Games arbitration policy will apparently not apply to new employees once the current lawsuits are done and dusted.
Sony revealed the PlayStation 5 earlier this year to eager fans. However, we've not yet had news of a release date or price point for the console.
Fans were shown a new Persona 5 Royal trailer at the end of Persona Super Live 2019 in a trailer that showed off a new Phantom Thief and more.
Halo's Franchise Developer, Frank O'Conor, has stated recently that there won't be a Halo Infinite Battle Royale mode as part of the game's launch.
There have been questions around Apex Legends popularity statistics since launch; now a report has revealed a 75% decrease in stream views in a month.
The Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy is making a souped-up return to form on consoles everywhere. Now's the perfect time to get busy in court!