Experiment 101's post-apocalyptic action RPG is finally getting its long overdue Nintendo Switch release.
The second instalment in Square Enix's Final Fantasy 7 Remake trilogy is out today exclusively for PlayStation 5.
They will be joined by Hello Neighbor 2, with all games becoming available to subscribers on March 5.
GT Cafe also gets a new Extra Menu and conversations with different car designers and characters. A new featured Curation is also live in Scapes.
A Pokemon Legends game set in the Kalos region is an incredibly exciting prospect.
Team Ranger speaks with GamingBolt about its upcoming genre-bending tower defense FPS.
Arrowhead is also investigating issues like Personal Orders not appearing, Light/Medium/Heavy armor sets not working as intended and more.
Fight an army of Ultra Mileenas on a new map with new gear. New cosmetics for Liu Kang, Mileena, Li Mei and more are also available.
Players embark on quests and explore dungeons during the day while building relationships and gathering "virtues" at night.
Cygames says it took "slightly longer" than expected but will reveal more details during the Granblue Fantasy 10th Birthday Live Special.
After the upcoming showcase, where Moon Studios reveals more details about the action RPG, various publications will share their thoughts.
Square Enix's open world action RPG sees protagonist Cloud Strife and his companions venturing into a larger, more expansive world.
Amidst widespread layoffs across all of Electronic Arts, it seems both of BioWare's upcoming projects remain unaffected.
Though the company is moving away from future licensed IP development, it confirms work is still ongoing on its upcoming single player Marvel titles.
Recent reports claimed that the studio was developing a Mandalorian game, but EA now confirms development on the project has ended.
Established in 2021 to develop single player Battlefield campaigns, its duties are not being taken over by Criterion Games.
The company has announced a 5% reduction in its workforce as it looks to pivot away from future licensed IP development.
The presence of these references to Persona 3 FES content might indicate Atlus' plans to release DLC for Persona 3 Reload.
Vindictus: Defying Fate is originally planned for launch on PC, following which it will also come to consoles.
Interactive narrative drama As Dusk Falls will make use of the PS5's DualSense controller features for heightened drama.