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Namco Bandai confirmed today through Facebook that Dark Souls 2 will launch on the PC on April 25th.
Sunday morning, most of Newberry County will set their clocks ahead one hour in an effort to spring forward for daylight saving time.
Bond 24 scriptwriter John Logan has hinted that crime organisation Quantum may return in the next 007 film.
Like so much of his art, the death of Pier Paolo Pasolini was open to interpretation.
Here's the newest trailer for the third Dragon Age game, out this fall for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, PS4, and PC.
Remember Online, the streaming game service? I used to write about it a lot on this blog.
In the past, OnLive offered gamers the ability to play high-powered games over the internet in a web browser and through their high-powered mobile app.
Like its forerunner, the 2007 hit "300," ''Rise of an Empire" again plunges us into bloody, hyper-stylized Greek history: mythology with muscles.
MIT Technology Review's list of the "50 Smartest Companies 2014" features quite a few medical device and healthcare technology innovators.
Get ready for a new and different era of Metal Gear Solid. Later this month, Konami will release Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes.
Comparisons between the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 home gaming consoles usually revolve around chipsets, display resolutions, and controller designs.
"Killzone: Shadow Fall" is finally going to be getting a multiplayer DLC. The "Insurgent Pack" was announced on Wednesday by Sony and the downloadable content will bring a brand new character class, 3 new abilities, 3 new weapons and 2 new game modes.
Native full HD 1080p gaming was one of the many promises of Sony's new PlayStation 4 console and in many instances, it will deliver.
Tropico 5 launches on Xbox 360, PC, Mac and Linux early this summer, Kalypso Media announced today.
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 PS3, Xbox 360 "Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2" opens with a fantastic sales pitch that essentially boils down the best playing parts of 2010's "Lords of Shadow" and serves them up hot in an incredibly exciting prologue.
ONE letter was the difference between having a home and having nothing for one man, after a removal company mistakenly emptied the wrong apartment.