Platinum Games is developing the latest entry in the Bayonetta Franchise, Bayonetta 3. Like the sequel (Bayonetta 2), the upcoming title will be exclusive to Nintendo’s platform. On top of Bayonetta 3 being a Switch exclusive, Bayonetta one and two are also being ported to the platform February 16, 2017.
Bethesda, known for their sprawling single player titles, released a pretty strange video featuring Lynda Carter discussing how Bethesda aims to save single-player gamers. The video, which you can see below, is a bit cringe-worthy, but that doesn’t hide the fact that they are right. Although, I don’t feel that
Bandai Namco has revealed Soul Calibur VI at The Game Awards. This entry will be the first in the mainline series since Soul Calibur V in 2012 for PS3 and Xbox 360. Check out the trailer below.
Dante is returning on current-gen consoles early next spring. Capcom revealed Devil May Cry Collection today for the Playstation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Players can expect the same stylish gameplay intact at a silky smooth 60FPS. Devil May Cry 1, Devil May Cry 2, and Devil May Cry 3 are
Check out Gohan unlock his true potential in the latest trailer of Dragon Ball FighterZ coming to you from Bandai Namco. Dragon Ball FighterZ is releasing on the Playstation 4, Xbox One, and PC on January 26th.
Revealed during Mega Man 30th Anniversary Stream Capcom surprised us all with the announcement of a new Mega Man title. Mega Man 11 is a new entry to the series featuring hand drawn 2.5D characters and environments. Expect Mega Man to battle an array of robot masters giving a challenge
In October 2015, Lab Zero Games, makers of Skullgirls launched a crowdfunded effort for their game Indivisible. A game that was took inspiration from titles such as Valkyrie Profile, Super Metroid, and Castlevania: Symphony of the Night; a 2D role-playing game with action RPG elements. Fast forward to today, and
Defiant Development brings us back to the table with a well-thought out and expertly crafted action-based card game sequel, Hand of Fate 2. The first Hand of Fate title melded an interesting and unusually compelling card game with a halfway-to-Arkham combat style, but its story was a bit straightforward, as