Sanctum 2 takes the enjoyable tower-defense-meets-first-person-shooting style of its predecessor and expands upon it with new weapons, towers, levels, and more.
[UPDATE] Listing for sequel to 2008 first-person free-running game appears on retailer's German website; EA says "we have nothing to announce at this time."
Remedy says it could have made "less ambitious" sequel, but it wouldn't have done series justice; Quantum Break to be "ultimate Remedy experience."
Enslaved, Devil May Cry developer hints that it will have "something new to show" tomorrow.
CD Projekt Red declines to confirm RPG for next-gen platform, says it will "shed more light" on 2014 game at E3 next month.
Bankrupt publisher hoping to bring in at least $22 million from upcoming asset auctions.
FIFA 14 coming to Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC on September 27. Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions will arrive later in 2013.
Mike Fischer has been working at Square Enix since July 2010.
Next-gen versions remain undated, but 360, PS3, and PC versions of this year's Need for Speed will be released on November 19.
Retailer's mobile business booming; digital sales rise 47.3 percent; overall revenue and profits decline for latest quarter.
Avalanche Studios says PlayStation 4 is preferred console at the moment, though Microsoft expected to catch up with driver updates.
Ex-Valve employee, formerly of Team Fortress 2, also working on the Oculus Rift SDK.
Activision studio confirms new instalment in shooter series coming to PS4; DLC to launch first on Xbox One.
Resident Evil: Revelations plays a lot like the best games in the series, but lacks the scariness and intensity that made those games special.
Thunder Wolves captures the essence of a good, excessive 1980s action flick.
The Bureau: XCOM Declassified writer Erik Caponi re-enters The Matrix to talk about the Xbox One and the art of video game storytelling.
A new planet and engaging romantic opportunities are among the features that make Rise of the Hutt Cartel so inviting.
Deep Silver announces Season Pass for new first-person shooter that includes four add-ons for $15; first expansion out next month.
Arguments in legal battle between defunct Amalur developer and Rhode Island presented in court today; state claims it has "avalanche" of evidence against 38 Studios.
New bundle includes full game and all DLC only on PlayStation Network for $64.
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