Thursday May 16
Updates to "Saints Row 2" (Microsoft Xbox 360): Pack art
You used to be the Big Man. You used to be King of the Hill. You used to sit atop a great big stinking pile of dirty money, while everyone around you looked up in respect.
Watch the president of the Free World shoot a dubstep gun and fly in latest Saints Row IV showcase
It's safe to say that Saints Row 3 was one of the crazier, way over-the-top games of recent years, and most definitely the most insane open-world action game we've ever seen - if you thought you knew what to expect, Volition ably kept us all entertained by simply ratcheting up the scale and scope! Well, for a start you now play as the president of ... (more)
Patrice Desilets leaves Ubisoft again
That question has been answered, as Kotaku has received confirmation that Desilets has parted ways with Ubisoft.
Saints Row 4 Has Us Playing As A Butt-Kicking President With Superpowers
Saints Row 4 is coming to the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC on August 20 which Volition has already given us a glimpse of some of the crazy pre-order bonuses we can expect from the game a few weeks ago .
Inside Bay Area
Review: 'Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon' takes us back to the 1980s
The '80s were the golden age for action flicks. Muscled heroes destroyed hapless mercenaries while spouting off cheesy one-liners. Those who grew up on "Terminator" or "Rambo" remember those movies with a sense of nostalgia.
Playstation 3 'Sacred Citadel' review
The bankruptcy proceedings of Los Angeles based THQ are finally over and one of the big winners of the public auction is European publisher Deep Silver.
THQA's dishonorable demise through a Garage Sale - by Rohit Maggon
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PSN Review: Sacred Citadel
The bankruptcy proceedings of Los Angeles based THQ are finally over, and one of the big winners of the public auction is European publisher Deep Silver. The publisher is probably best known for the Dead Island games and now owns the Metro series, Saints Row , and developer Volition.
Swedish firm buys 'Red Faction'
A Swedish company has agreed to buy the "Red Faction" video game franchise owned by California-based THQ Inc.