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People have been looking forward to "Cyberpunk 2077" for years now.
Nintendo is on the verge of announcing a new Switch — here are 4 crucial things it needs to keep the momentum going
Nintendo is expected to reveal at least one, if not two, new versions of its wildly popular Switch console in 2019.
One of the most-anticipated blockbuster games of 2019 just crashed and burned — here’s what’s going on with ‘Anthem’
"Anthem" was supposed to be the first huge game of 2019. Instead, it's the latest reminder that hype is a hell of a drug.
From "Anthem" to "Kingdom Hearts 3," early 2019 is absolutely stacked with huge video game launches.
8 details we already know about ‘Halo Infinite,’ the ambitious next game in the blockbuster Xbox franchise
After a surprise reveal last week, the countdown begins to the next major "Halo" game. Here's everything we know about the ambitious next game in the fan-favorite first-person shooter franchise.
Microsoft’s ambitious plan to build the future of gaming includes a Netflix-style gaming service, blockbuster games streamed to phones from the ...
Microsoft's Xbox One is in second place to Sony's PlayStation 4 by tens of millions of consoles. Xbox leader Phil Spencer has an ambitious plan to put Microsoft back on top.
The PlayStation 4 is getting 4 incredible-looking exclusive games starting this September — take a look
Instead of a traditional media briefing, Sony just offered four deep dives into some incredible-looking games coming to the PlayStation 4, with the first one coming this September.
Nintendo fans can breathe easy: The company’s business model relies too heavily on its handheld consoles to nix them
After Nintendo's presentation at the Electronics Entertainment Expo, fans feared that the absence of the 3DS meant the company was doing away with its popular portable console. But the numbers and the company's president say otherwise.
After a killer 2017, Nintendo's wildly popular Switch console is losing moment in 2018 due to a lack of major games.
The biggest video game event of the year featured plenty of major game announcements throughout the week from the world's top game makers, including Nintendo, Sony, Microsoft, Bethesda, Square Enix, and Ubisoft. But some came out of the event looking better than others.