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Watch how the creators of ‘Mortal Kombat’ use fruits, nutcrackers, and lots of imagination to make the game’s audio as gruesome and ...
"Mortal Kombat 11" is the best-selling game of 2019, thanks in part to the game's brutal sound design.
These ‘gamer shoes’ are terrible, overpriced, and a perfect example of why ‘gaming’-branded stuff sucks
In a surprising twist, there is no benefit to playing games while wearing K-Swiss's "performance esports shoes."
Tyler "Ninja" Blevins is the world's most popular gamer, and "Get Good: My Ultimate Guide to Gaming" is full of tips on turning gaming into a career.
GameStop, the world’s largest video game retailer, laid off over 120 more people in the latest sign that it’s struggling to adapt to a cha...
GameStop laid off over 120 employees this week in the latest move to reboot the company.
The Nintendo Switch is perfect for role-playing games, and this new game from the publishers of ‘Final Fantasy’ has sparked my passion for...
"Oninaki" is a hack-and-slash role-playing adventure about death and reincarnation, and it's easy to pick up and put down at a moment's notice.
Finally, you can live your dreams of classic Super Mario taking on Sonic the Hedgehog in a wild new game headed to Nintendo Switch
After 30 years, classic Super Mario and Sonic the Hedgehog are back at it in a new game coming this November to Nintendo Switch.
Whether you're looking forward to "Gears 5," "Death Stranding," or "NBA 2K20," there's something new for you to see this week.
The legendary game studio behind "Marvel's Spider-Man" and the long-running "Ratchet & Clank" series was just purchased by Sony.
The creator of ‘Fortnite’ is trying to shake up the PC gaming industry — here’s why a lot of folks are furious about it
As Epic Games locks down exclusive games from smaller indie developers for the Epic Games Store, the backlash has reached a fever pitch.
Apple’s video game subscription service will reportedly cost $5 per month when it launches this fall
Apple's new video game subscription service will work on iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, and Mac, and is expected to launch in September.