Articles by Evan Hopkins
Gamers get their first look at the Red Barrels developed Outlast 2, showing a terrifying, psychopath-infested tale of Southern-fried horror that is guaranteed to scare player's pants off.
Weeks after releasing a VHS-inspired trailer for Dark Souls 3 on April Fools Day, Bandai Namco creates an homage to VHS covers of yesteryear for fans to download as alternate box art.
Upcoming Wii U space shooter Star Fox Zero features an emotional send off message for fallen Nintendo CEO and beloved gaming personality Satoru Iwata.
After removing a booty-centric pose, Blizzard replaces the fan-favorite Overwatch character's pose with a brand new one that the company better feels represents the character.
A lone modder releases an extensive mode that drastically overhauls the notoriously bad Aliens: Colonial Marines, turning the laughably stupid Aliens into relentless killing machines.
Hidden in plain sight in the new Final Fantasy 15 Platinum Demo is the powerful Cross Shuriken, which can be found easily by using our handy-dandy guide.
In an homage to the beloved Timesplitters franchise, Homefront: The Revolution will let gamers play through the first two levels of Timesplitters 2 via an in-game arcade machine.
Hyrule Warriors Legends is set to receive a Link's Awakening themed DLC pack, with fan favorite character Marin making the jump from the Game Boy to 3DS.
U.K. gamers can wolf down 20 punishingly hot wings at their local MeatLiquor to compete for the chance to win prizes themed around the upcoming Dark Souls 3.
A fighting game loving father uploads a video illustrating that Street Fighter V's notoriously easy story mode is so easy, that even his 6-month-old baby can beat it.
Easter eggs found in The Division seem to suggest that the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles weren't able to survive the game's pandemic, with their signature weapons found lying about.
Fans rally behind Harry Flynn voice actor Steve Valentine who claims he wasn't asked to return for Uncharted 4: A Thief's End to voice the character he made famous.
Kono Hifumi, creator of the iconic Clock Tower series, unveils NightCry, a spiritual successor to his famous franchise that looks to bring true horror back to video games.