Sony and Capcom have officially announced and revealed their Resident Evil 2 remake which looks amazing.
Bad Robot Games will develop various titles of all shapes and sizes for PC, mobile and console.
The Sonic the Hedgehog movie has tapped James Marsden to star in the big screen adaptation of the video game classic.
Pokemon: Let's Go with both Eevee and Pikachu, as well as a new free-to-play game have been announced by Nintendo.
Tommy Tallarico is developing a new Intellivision console that will be aimed at families and non-gamers.
Next is the 35th anniversary of Ghostbusters and Sony is wasting no time in laying out their big plans.
After an overwhelming demand for the NES Classic console following its release in 2016, Nintendo has announced more will be available soon.
The World Video Game Hall of Fame has recognized Tomb Raider and Final Fantasy VII for this year's inductees.
Rachel Bloom has also joined the cast of Angry Birds 2, which arrives in 2019.
Atari COO Michael Arzt reveals some long-awaited information about the company's new VCS console, formally known as Ataribox.
EA chief designer Patrick Soderlund promises not to make the same mistakes they made with Star Wars Battlefront 2 in the future.
Billy Mitchell claims that his Donkey Kong records were all done by the rules and that he can prove it.
The official Rampage website has put the original arcade video game online for free, along with another all-new game featuring George the ape.
Comedian Cheech Marin reveals that he ultimately turned down the role of video game icon Mario in Super Mario Bros., dodging a bullet.
Maggie Smith returns to voice Professor McGonagall, along with Michael Gambon as Dumbledore and Warwick Davis as Flitwick in Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery.
Sony has released a first look at the Spider-Punk suit in their upcoming Marvel video game.
Producers Andrew Form and Brad Fuller discuss plans for the long-awaited Duke Nukem movie.
Atari has changed the name of the Ataribox to the Atari VCS and announces that pre-orders will be announced this April.
For the first time ever, Gaming Disorder is officially labeled a mental health condition by the International Classification of Diseases.
Development on the Ataribox is taking longer than expected which has resulted in a delay on preorders.