If you're a fan of the video game franchise Mass Effect, and happen to like hot cosplay outfits, well, this is your lucky day.
This certainly isn't the first real world, drivable Warthog we've seen based on the fighting vehicle from the Halo video game franchise.
There's nothing in the world that enflames hard-core fans more than claims that their beloved next-generation console isn't as powerful as the competition.
If you grew up in the 80's, you will undoubtedly have more than a few fond memories of standing in front of a giant arcade game wasting quarter after quarter.
Over the last several months, we've seen several products attempting to put Android games and related content on the big screen in living rooms.
Back in October, video game maker Rockstar confirmed that Grand Theft Auto V will be the next entry to the GTA franchise, along with a launch window.
Valve has rolled out a public beta of Steam for the open-source Linux operating system.
Sony has launched a new web-based digital store with very little fanfare.
Veteran Hollywood director Albert Hughes is perhaps best known for co-directing the Denzel Washington science fiction/post-apocalyptic flick Book of Eli.
Looking for a new way to drown out the drone of your uber-boring math instructor and happen to have a TI graphing calculator handy? Well, you may want to check this out.
Anyone who's ever played Portal or Portal 2 is clearly familiar with the ominous sentry turrets that target players when they approach.
The slick Raspberry Pi developer board certainly isn't the most powerful computer on the market. In fact, it's downright underpowered when it comes to traditional gaming.
If you're a true child of the 80s and spent time at the arcade, well, you probably remember classic driving games such as Sega Rally.
Minecraft is a wildly popular game that spans multiple platforms, including mobile devices.
Fans of Halo 4 eagerly await a new piece of DLC content each week.
Minecraft: Pi Edition will make the Raspberry Pi one of the cheapest game development platforms around.
Star Citizen has far exceeed its initial funding goal of $500,000 on Kickstarter, with a total of 34,397
backers pledging an impressive $2,134,374.
GTA V may eventually arrive on Windows PCs and Wii U consoles.
One of the most popular and seemingly successful video game franchises on the scene today is EA'a and Crytek's Crysis franchise.
Ditching work to play CoD, Cyrsis or Halo may not be the smartest or most conventional move, but hard-core gamers certainly won't blink an eye when it comes to breaking in a new title on its first day.