Yesterday I took a trip out to my local toy store, and as I walked in I saw a huge bargain bin chock full of Disney Infinity figures. Now, I knew that the series was no more, but for the toys to be in the bargain bin felt a little extreme to me, I knew something was up.
I'm pretty sure by now that you've heard of apps and websites like PokéVision and Poké Radar which allow you to track the location of high-value Pokémon without actually stepping outside. Well, these may not exist for too much longer according to Niantic Labs boss.
So here's the story, yesterday a copy of No Man's Sky appeared in the wild on eBay which sold for over $1,000. Although it's unclear whether that copy actually made it to the successful buyer (the listing was removed), videos of the game have surfaced online ever since.
Following the success of the Dark Souls board game which made millions on Kickstarter earlier this year, Bethesda are trying their hand at bringing one of their popular titles to the tabletop, this time with DOOM.
Those looking forward to Bethesda's Prey, which was unveiled at E3 earlier this year, may be interested to know that the game will be a full-on reboot as it has no ties to the previous game, nor its cancelled sequel.
After an exceedingly turbulent development and a divisive multiplayer beta, DOOM ended up being a very nice surprise - a fast-paced, chaotic FPS that managed to improve on what was shown at the game's very first E3 demo shown last year.
Remedy Entertainment, the developer behind Quantum Break and Max Payne, have announced a new partnership with South Korean developer Smilegate, to work on the campaign for its upcoming multiplayer shooter, CrossFire 2.
Look at that image above. Doesn't Pikachu just look adorable dressed up as an orchestra conductor? It's just so cute! Anyway, the reason Pikachu is all dressed up is because Pokémon: Symphonic Evolutions is returning to London's Eventim Apollo on Monday, December 19 and Tuesday, December 20.
Capcom have released a new behind-the-scenes look at Dead Rising 4 in a new developer diary. The new video highlights what's unique about Frank West as well as taking a quick glimpse at the game's insane weapons.