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A new Legend of Zelda game is coming next year.
The remakes of Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire have been dated.
Nintendo has entered the toys-to-life category with Amiibo.
Yoshi’s Woolly World is on the way to Wii U.
Nintendo has revealed a new title starring Toad.
Nintendo has revealed more details about the upcoming Super Smash Bros.
Day one of E3 2014 has been and gone and certainly gave everyone plenty to talk about.
King has soft launched a new Candy Crush game entitled Candy Crush Soda Saga.
An interview with Shigeru Miyamoto has seemingly revealed Star Fox for Wii U slightly ahead of the official announcement.
There were many trends to discuss at this year’s Electronics Entertainment Expo.
Everyone's favourite Mudokon will make his debut on the PS4 later this month.
Activision has released a new trailer for its upcoming MMO FPS title Destiny.
A series of Forza Horizon 2 gameplay videos have been posted online.
An open beta for gaming streaming service PlayStation Now will be launching in America and parts of Canada in July.
FIFA 15 will release on 25th September, and at its EA released the game's first gameplay trailer at its E3 press conference last night.
There’s bad news for those holding out for a next-gen re-release for Dark Souls II.
A few in-game snippets from EA’s Star Wars: battlefront depicting Hoth and Endor are included as part of a new video for the game.
Tomb Raider sequel Rise of the Tomb Raider sees popular heroine Lara Croft struggling with the events depicted in the 2013 reboot.
Sony has announced a release date for delayed PS4 shooter The Order: 1886.
Ubisoft has released two videos for upcoming shooter Far Cry 4.
The fan petitions haven't gone in vain. Rockstar has confirmed that GTA V is heading to PC as well as to PS4 and Xbox One.
Bloodborne will be an exclusive PS4 title, it has been confirmed.
The Xbox One will launch in India on 23rd September and will be priced Rs 39,990; the same as the PlayStation 4.
Hello Games’ exquisite looking No Man’s Sky will be released on PS4 before other platforms.
EA wants users to ‘feel the game’ in FIFA 15. But in a different way to FIFA 14.