Freddy is coming back, and he looks like he’s in pretty bad shape.
Five Nights at Freddy’s 4: The Final Chapter has been announced and is set for an Oct. 31 release later this year. A teaser image for the game has been uploaded to developer Scott Cawthon’s website, depicting Freddy. The image offers little more than a title and a release date, but the title suggests this will be the last outing for Freddy.Read Full Story
When one of the lead characters of your game is an anthropomorphic bunny, you’re bound to have a cast full of interesting characters. And in that regard, Roll7’s Not a Hero does not disappoint.
Devolver Digital has released an exclusive new look behind the scenes of its upcoming colorful, chaotic shooter, highlighting the cast, both in the game (Steve, Stanley, BunnyLord, and more) and out, including producer Simon Bennett and director Thomas Hegarty.Read Full Story
Sorry, P.T. — The Playable Teaser fans: The potential for Silent Hills is no more.
Konami confirmed to EW that Silent Hills, in the state it was conceived by producers Guillermo del Toro and Hideo Kojima with The Walking Dead’s Norman Reedus starring in the game, has been canceled.Read Full Story
After Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare gave the franchise quite the high-tech upgrade, the next entry in the series is continuing that trend with Call of Duty: Black Ops III.
Activision revealed the latest game in the first-person shooter franchise, along with a release date—Nov. 6, 2015.Read Full Story
Taking on every major villain in Gotham can be a difficult task, even for the Caped Crusdaer himself. So it never hurts to have a few friends along to help.
The new Batman: Arkham Knight trailer, titled “All Who Follow You,” reveals that Batman won’t be alone in his latest fight. Catwoman, Robin and Nightwing all pop up to assist Batman in the fight against the Scarecrow, Two-Face and the rest of Gotham’s worst.Read Full Story
Welcome back to the Game of Thrones TV Book Club, a discussion space for Thrones viewers who have also read the five books (so far) of George R. R. Martin’s Song of Ice and Fire series.Read Full Story
While Marvel’s stable of heroes have been ruling the box office for years, their presence in video games has been, in a word, sparse since Disney acquired Marvel. Mobile games have frequently popped up, an MMO called Marvel Heroes has been around for a couple of years, and Disney Infinity integrated Spider-Man with Mickey Mouse last year. But otherwise the likes of Iron Man, Captain America, and Wolverine haven’t seen much play in narratively driven games.
Marvel’s latest announcement looks to change that, however.Read Full Story
While Mad Max returns to the big screen in May with Mad Max: Fury Road, fans will also be able to experience his wasteland exploits in video game form.Read Full Story
Guitar Hero is back with Guitar Hero Live, the first new game in the franchise in five years. And with it comes a brand-new way to play and a totally new live-action aesthetic for the game.
To help introduce players to what’s to come, Activision released a new trailer from the game featuring FreeStyle Games developers expressing their mission in making this new game.Read Full Story
Nintendo’ s latest original franchise Splatoon is set to make a splash on the Wii U later this year, and Nintendo is hoping the multiplayer mayhem will attract some newcomers to Nintendo’s home console.Read Full Story
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