Long-in-the-works downloadable strategy game Skulls of the Shogun will be released on January 30, developer 17-BIT announced this week, and it's launching exclusively on Microsoft platforms large and small.
Double Fine's Kinect Party, the Xbox Live Arcade sequel to last winter's immensely charming Happy Action Theater, will be released next week on Tuesday, December 18, and it will debut free of charge and be available without a price tag throughout the rest of the month.
The free-to-play business model is usually reserved for Facebook games, massively multiplayer online titles, and many mobile affairs, but the accessible, microtransaction-supported approach is slated to hit the Xbox 360 this fall with the release of Happy Wars.
Finally Rockstar Games has something more to reveal about their most anticipated game ever, Grand Theft Auto 5. OK so they haven't exactly said something like who the main character is or given the game a release date but we do have 6 new screenshots showing the glorious visuals of the game world and teasing potential vehicles.
We've known for a few months that Sega was preparing a high-definition upgrade to Jet Set Radio, the influential Dreamcast fan-favorite game that originally released in 2000, but now we have release dates and a price for the futuristic street art-focused affair.
Rock Band Blitz -- the new downloadable extension of the popular plastic instrument franchise -- will be released on PlayStation Network on August 28 and Xbox Live Arcade on August 29, developer Harmonix announced this week. Unlike the previous entries, Rock Band Blitz does not utilize instrument controllers, instead letting you use a standard controller to play through a more arcade-oriented experience with power-ups and bright, colorful visuals.
News leaked early today through a seemingly-accidental listing on Microsoft's website (which has since been removed) that a limited edition Halo 4-branded Xbox 360 console will launch alongside the standalone game this fall. IGN caught the listing before it was pulled, and snagged the image below, along with the basic details.
Following confirmation last month that Activision would be bringing Rovio's smash hit Angry Birds series to home consoles, IGN revealed today that the Angry Birds Trilogy is planned for release this fall on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Nintendo 3DS.
To mark the 16th anniversary of premiere Sega Saturn title Nights Into Dreams, Sega announced today that it will re-release the original game in high definition this fall for Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network, and PC digital distribution channels.
Capcom revealed today that a pair of its classic Marvel Comics-based fighting games -- 1995's Marvel Super Heroes and 1998's Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes -- will be re-released as a digital two-pack on Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network this September.