Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed Syndicate leads the complete list of winners for the 2015 Canadian Videogame Awards.
Looking for games and tech for the holiday season? Here are the top products from every major video game publisher and peripheral manufacturer.
The opening cinematic for Street Fighter V has been released for fans to enjoy. This comes alongside news of a new live-action series as well.
An EA executive comments on the negative reactions some players are having to the video game Star Wars: Battlefront III.
A new trailer has been released which showcases the high quality, current-gen graphics of the upcoming Final Fantasy VII remake for the PlayStation 4.
Sony releases eight classic PlayStation 2 games on the PlayStation 4, including Dark Cloud and three Grand Theft Auto games.
Rocket League, the award-winning game from developer Psyonix, is officially coming to Xbox One in February 2016.
Double Fine head Tim Schafer announces Psychonauts 2 and its historic crowdfunding campaign during The Game Awards 2015.
Ubisoft unveils a new trailer for Far Cry Primal that showcases the player's ability to control animals like mammoths and saber-toothed tigers.
The complete list of winners for The Game Awards 2015 and a recap of some of the best moments and world premieres.
NetherRealm Studios announces the newest characters to join Mortal Kombat X, including classic characters and iconic newcomers from movie franchises.
Acclaimed video game developer Telltale Games announces a new Batman video game that promises to dive into the 'complex life and mind' of Bruce Wayne.
The Resident Evil 2 title currently under production by Capcom is a remake to be developed from the ground up, and is not a remaster.
Telltale Games has teased their new The Walking Dead mini-series, centering on fan-favorite character Michonne.
Though GameStop says Star Wars: Battlefront is selling less than expected, EA still maintains the game will have sold 13 million units by March 2016.
Microsoft promises a lineup of original Xbox One video game titles in 2016 that will be even 'bigger' than that of 2015.