While most gamers usually expect horror games to come out in October, August 2019 has three big games that should be exciting to horror game fans.
The Raleigh Police Department issues a warning to residents of cosplayers wearing a realistic military uniform for the Rainbow Six Siege tournament.
Nintendo's bringing its indie games to Gamescom 2019, announcing a Nintendo Switch Indie World livestream leading into the convention.
Nintendo Switch owners reveal that the company is allowing players who recently bought the original Switch to exchange it for the new version.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 introduced a number of egregious and anti-consumer microtransactions that Infinity Ward needs to avoid in Modern Warfare.
Mortal Kombat 11 Patch 1.07 has changed almost every character on the roster, and these six fighters have received the most significant buffs.
This month’s Maximus Cup will reward players with the Fire Emblem: Three Houses theme if they earn 100 points between August 23rd and August 27th.
There are plenty of students attending Garreg Mach in Fire Emblem: Three Houses, but some rise well above their classmates for endgame challenges.
Popular Twitch Streamer Dr Disrespect weighs in on the microtransaction controversy currently encircling Respawn Entertainment's Apex Legends.
Following the Iron Crown Collection event update, a data miner finds files detailing Apex Legends' next character, Crypto, and his abilities.
In a recent commentary about the future of Destiny 2, franchise director Luke Smith also quietly dispels a popular rumor concerning Destiny 3.
Wolfenstein: Youngblood is going to make Nazi killing a little easier by nerfing the final boss in the game's next content update.
Mortal Kombat 11's Sub-Zero receives an extra skin that adds a performance from DJ Dimitri Vegas, which has drawn a high degree of criticism.
Fortnite streamer Ninja hosts a 24-hour stream by lesser-known streamer Bobby Solez for 24 hours in a random act of kindness.
A new leak claims to show the clock speed of the PlayStation 5's as-yet-unrevealed GPU, and it's faster than anyone could have predicted.
Twitch streamer TimTheTatman showcases just why Fortnite's BRUTE mechs are considered too strong, blindly garnering a triple kill with rocket salvos.