The 30-minute gameplay demo of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain from E3 2014. Check out Big Boss’ new tricks, gadgets and headquarters. The ol’ cardboard box returns as well. Man, why didn’t Solid Snake have an iDroid?
Trials Fusion player Nexiha takes on an insane level called The Cave. But we’re actually watching the work of two expert gamers here, because The Cave is not in the game by default. It was made by YouTuber The Epic Trials.
“Care Package: Not Found.” The upcoming multiplayer adventure FPS Destiny features a dance command. YouTuber Insanmiac thinks the game’s machine race Exo has the sweetest moves. The song is Sometimes by Proleter.
Made with the support of Zach Braff and game designer Cliff Bleszinski, Jeremy Snead’s Video Games: The Movie looks at the history and the future of interactive entertainment. Featuring interviews with developers, inventors and more.
Smosh Games takes on Portal and Portal 2, their quirky characters, and VALVE’s seeming inability to make a 3rd full game in any given franchise. C’mon guys, we’re dying for some Half-Life 3. Or Portal 3. Or Team Fortress 3.
Return to Hoenn in Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire, a remake of the 2002 GBA titles Pokémon Ruby & Sapphire. The game carries over the Mega Evolution and 3D graphics introduced in Pokémon X & Y. Drops 11/21.
Clueless gamer Conan O’Brien drops by this year’s E3 to check out the upcoming console games and technology. Watch him talk about the intricacies of the double high-five and accidentally reveal that he’s actually a German pervert.
Developer State of Play has spent about three years creating Lumino City. Everything in the point-and-click puzzle adventure game was handmade out of paper, cardboard, miniature lights and electric motors.
PlayStation TV lets you play PS Vita, PSP and other PSN titles on your HDTV. It also streams games from your PS4 and from the upcoming PlayStation Now service. Plus, it provides access to Netflix, Hulu, YouTube and other media apps.
New footage from Studio MDHR’s intriguing run-and-gun game Cuphead. Its classic cartoon sprites and watercolor backgrounds should make this game as fun to watch as it is to play. Launches on Windows and Xbox One in 2015.
(SPOILERS)Smosh Games pokes fun at one of the best RPGs ever made, with its heartbreaking story, spiky-haired minifigs, badass combat system, even more badass mini-games and a villain who will test your skills. And sexuality.
Check out Batman’s new Iron Man-like armor, his flight-like gliding skills and the transforming, remote-controllable Batmobile, which makes traveling through Gotham a hoot. And no, there’s nothing wrong with your display. Just wait.
(Gore) IGN looks at early gameplay footage of Mortal Kombat X, with series co-creator Ed Boon. Take a look at some new characters and their play style variants, environmental assists, and gruesome new fatalities.
Paparazzi is a frenetic two player indie PC game in which one player acts as celebrity and the other acts as paparazzi. The celeb must do their best to preserve their dignity and hide out from the photog’s prying lens.
(Gore) After the events of Peace Walker and Ground Zeroes, Big Boss and his troops form Diamond Dogs. Initially seeking revenge, the mercenary group once again finds itself burdened with saving the world from a new threat.
The giants of a bygone era united in one game. Mario, Sonic, Mega Man and Pac-Man are all in Super Smash Bros. for the Wii U and 3DS. It’s like Master Chief teaming up with Nathan Drake. Wakka wakka motherflippers.
This lightweight wireless vest increases gaming immersion by interpreting audio signals and converting them into vibration feedback on your chest. Works with any console, PC, mobile device or even watching movies.
Halo: The Master Chief Collection may be the best reason to get an Xbox One. It comes with the campaign and multiplayer of all four games in either remastered or classic graphics, plus access to the Halo 5 multiplayer beta.
Could this be the game that will save the Wii U? Coming in 2015, the next The Legend of Zelda will introduce an open world with seamless boundaries, giving players more freedom to explore and progress. Gameplay at 3:00.
Dynamighty’s nifty indie game starts out as a side-scroller, but switches to a third-person view when you take cover. Choose from a stealthy or assault approach to meet your objectives. Coming soon to PS3, PS4, and PSVita.
Mario Maker for the Wii U lets you make and play your own Super Mario levels. Test your stage as you’re making it and switch between the 8-bit Super Mario Bros. and the high def New Super Mario Bros. graphics. Drops in 2015.
For those of you holding out for a PlayStation 4 in a color other than black, Sony has fulfilled your wishes with this special edition, to be sold in a bundle with Destiny this September 9th. Matching white headphones on the way too.