dark        
 
 

#video


 
 
 photo

Mario Party arcade machine to be localised for the West

A prototype appearing this week at trade show IAAPA 2017, confirms that the Japanese arcade game Mario Party no Fushigi Wonderland is being localised for release in Western locations.The transition to English-speaking territories is the res...

 
 
 
 photo

Capcom launch Monster Hunter: World video series

In the lead-up to the release of hotly anticipated open-world game, Monster Hunter: World, Capcom will be releasing a series of videos taking a look at the game's locations and inhabitants.The first six videos, which run a mere six seconds...

 
 
 photo

Payday 2 is playable in VR complete with desktop cross-play

Payday 2 is getting virtual reality support next year, but if you'd like to try that out now and you have a Vive, that's an option. The first beta for Payday 2 VR went live today. Here's how to opt in: Find Payday 2 in your Steam library ...

 
 
 photo

This Sea of Thieves trailer is a good refresher

While Rare has invited folks to test out its shared-world pirate adventure title Sea of Thieves and the studio regularly posts video updates detailing its progress, if you aren't going out of your way to stay current, the game's release mig...

 
 
 photo

Skyrim's day-one patch for Switch adds video capture

If you thought Bethesda's open-world adventure game would be ripe for the Switch's built-in video capture feature, then you're in for a treat. With a day-one patch, the game now supports the very limited functionality that the Switch offers...

 
 
 photo

Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation goes live in Japan

DMM's free-to-play online game, Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation has launched in Japan. To celebrate going live, Koei Tecmo has released a new trailer and some info on the game's login bonuses.The browser-based game features the DOA gal...

 
 
 
 photo

Don't expect IO Interactive to try Kane & Lynch again

The two Kane & Lynch games were, on paper, exciting propects. The first, Dead Men, was intended to be a pulse-pounding, squad-based heist thriller, similar to films such as Heat, but was a fumbling, awkward game. The 2010 sequel, Dog Da...

 
 
 photo

Hollow Knight's Switch port pushed back to 2018

Speaking on their blog, indie studio Team Cherry have reluctantly announced that the Switch port for critically-acclaimed platform adventure, Hollow Knight, will not meet its intended 2017 release date.Being honest, the studio simply stated...

 
 
 
 photo

Bizarre Super Mario Odyssey glitch allows Cappy to kill Mario

Ha, this isn't something I expected to come up during my Super Mario Odyssey travels, but here we are. As found by Twitter user DefinitivNichtSascha, apparently there's a way for Cappy to actually kill Mario. In the video, they capture a&nb...

 
 
 
 photo

Supermassive delays The Inpatient and Bravo Team to 2018

Until Dawn creator Supermassive Games' two upcoming PlayStation VR projects are taking extra time and won't make it out this year as previously announced. Welp, more Resident Evil 7 it is! The Inpatient, which marks the return of Until Dawn...

 
 
 photo

More Snipperclips is a very good thing

It's become easier to overlook early Nintendo Switch successes like Snipperclips now that we have Super Mario Odyssey and even Doom of all things to occupy our time on the system, but I hope you don't forget about it. The puzzle-solving, fr...

 
 
 photo

Surgeon Sim studio cancels its skateboarding game Decksplash

Bossa Studios had a curious little skateboarding game in development called Decksplash that caught our attention at the beginning of the year. Unfortunately, the key word here is had -- it's no longer in development. While cancellations hap...

 
 
 photo

Little Nightmares is back with another chapter

The Runaway Kid is still on the run in the second DLC chapter for Tarsier Studios' Little Nightmares, and who can blame 'em? There are some spine-chilling creeps aboard The Maw. This latest side-story, "The Hideaway," is set in the vessel's...

 
 
 
 photo

Shoot some B-Ball outside of the school in Street Hoop

The latest Neo-Geo arcade classic to hit modern consoles is 1994's Street Hoop, which is back to bounce on the Nintendo Switch and Xbox One.Street Hoop - also known as Street Slam and Dream Dunk - was SNK's attempt to ride the the coat-tail...

 
 
 
 photo

Remembering Dead Space with former Visceral Games members

Gameumentary recently wrapped up shooting one of our upcoming documentaries at Outpost Games in San Francisco, and we've come back with plenty of new stuff to share with you. A few of the staff at Outpost were key members on the Dead Space ...

 
 
 
 photo

Android 16 lights 'em up in his Dragon Ball FighterZ trailer

Another all-too-brief trailer has dropped for Arc System Works' upcoming Dragon Ball FighterZ. This time featuring recently announced character Android 16 laying wasted to all and sundry.As is always the case with this particular series of ...

 
 
 photo

Nintendo Switch 'is not off the table' for System Shock

Nightdive Studios has given System Shock fans a progress update on its "faithful reboot" of the influential 1994 game from Looking Glass. The crowdfunded project is still in pre-production, with the team currently focused on creating a vert...

 
 
 photo

Superhero tropes aplenty in Sonic Forces launch trailer

Sega's Sonic Forces speeds onto the scene today, with the spiky blue mascot and his edgy buddies coming together to once again battle the evil Dr. Robotnik, nee Eggman, and his army of mechanical monsters.One last trailer has been released ...

 
 
 
 photo

Test out 4K on Xbox One X with Microsoft's Insects demo

Microsoft has come out with a free tech demo for Xbox One X owners to help highlight the system's visual enhancements. Originally created with developers in mind, Insects has been made public as a showcase for 4K, HDR, and spatial audio, co...

 
 
 photo

VA-11 HALL-A is out for PlayStation Vita next week

The cyberpunk bartender visual novel VA-11 HALL-A is slated for PlayStation Vita on November 14, 2017. It'll be a $15 digital release with PlayStation TV support, and there's also a physical edition on the way from Limited Run Games that's ...

 
 




Reviews   filter by...

Sphinx and the Cursed Mummy"A dated but fun PS2 classic"

 

Hearthstone: Innkeeper's Tavern Cookbook"Adventures in cooking, part two"

 

.hack//G.U. Last Recode"A whole new World"

 

Skyrim (Switch)"Zeldaborn"

 

Justice League"Super, man?"

 

L.A. Noire (Switch)"Just as bizarre as it was in 2011"

 

Pokemon Ultra Moon"More Alola"

 

Inhumans (Season 1)"How did this happen? "

 
 
 

Community Blogs | expand

 

Quickposts expand | +quickpost

Electric Reaper

The 1st episode of the The Punisher was AWESOME! At first, I didnt get why it doesnt take place during or after his shenanigans in Daredevil season Then he started killing criminal dirtbags and everything was

 
hLarge4

Hello Been busy Couple new job Hope you all are well

 
Kesith

It really seems like Final Fantasy XV is a game that added a lot over I should really play it

 
Tohsaka

there goes half the fun at work

 
Tohsaka

Id say thats a pretty good release

 
iam16bit

Gaming Fact of the Day: Origin Systems founder and Ultima creator Richard Garriott released his first game, Akalabeth, at the age of Initially it was sold for $20 and came in a ziploc bag with instructions and cover art printed out on copy

 
absolutfreak

read an article on IGN detailing what $100 got them in Battlefront II (obviously before the crates were This shit was worse than I Ill add the link and some highlights in the

 
Zero Star

Bit surprise that Gamestop actually has some great black friday Some even better than some other Guess the world is

 
Dwavenhobble

Holy fuck, crunching the numbers so far EAs company value has dropped by over 3/4 of a Billion Dollars

 
GetNekKid

Here goes #selfietoid again My sad attempt at facial

 
 

Upcoming

More Previews
 

Destructoid Originals

More Originals
 
 
 
NEXT