Take a look through this gallery of Xbox One reveal images for a closer look at the new console!
Take control of Deathstroke in the the game's challenge mode. Set to be released worldwide on October 25, 2013.
MARVEL HEROES is coming, and the game's writer Brian Michael Bendis has an all-new motion comic to serve as a prequel.
Mega Man and Sonic the Hedgehog's crossover ends this summer, and we have an exclusive look at what's coming next!
The next Scribblenauts game from WBIE reaches into the DC portfolio with over 2,000 characters in unique all-ages adventures.
2,000 DC Comics characters join Maxwell for a brand new creative adventure this fall.
LEGO BATMAN: THE MOVIE is on its way later this month, and the first
clip shows Batman with another DC Superhero.
Batgirl is officially confirmed as the next DLC character for INJUSTICE: GODS AMONG US in this reveal trailer.
Yes, a FABLES video game is actually coming this Summer, and we have the latest screenshots here.
After closing LucasArts, Disney today announced that Electronic Arts will develop and publish Star Wars games for them.
The ART OF REMEMBER ME hits shelves this month to show off Capcom's newest property, and we have an exclusive preview here.
The next LEGO game goes into the world of Marvel Comics! Preview some of the characters and craziness you'll experience in this debut trailer.
MARVEL HEROES is almost here. Find out what's coming in this free-to-play action RPG here!
Get all the inside info about the making of INJUSTICE: GODS AMONG US, and watch the LOBO reveal trailer here!
Some new story details, some new characters, and themes Warner Bros Montreal is exploring are all right here.
Deadpool wants you to pre-order his game and do it now!
So, who's the villain big enough to fill the Joker's shoes in ARKHAM ORIGINS? He's got a very different smile...
Injustice: Gods Among Us hits stores today, and this is a must-own for DC Comics and Fighting Game fanboys. See why in our review.
You can play INJUSTICE: GODS AMONG US right now, for free, on iOS devices - but what does it offer? We review.
Two Batman: Arkham games are coming this fall, and a surprise villain stars in the newest game of the series.