I'm sure there are plenty of gamers out there who aren't exactly thrilled with the current state of touchscreen controls for mobile devices.
The Covenant aresenal in all its glory.
Android game controller launches on October 21.
I've been really stoked about Crysis 3 ever since the game was officially confirmed earlier this year for a February 2013 launch on the Xbox 360, PS3 and Windows PCs.
Inquisition is set for launch in late 2013.
Project Eternity isn't the first video game we've seen turn up on Kickstarter seeking funding for its continued development.
Touchscreen ultrabook support arrives for Civ V in Q4.
Say what you will about Microsoft and in-house game developers 343 Industries, but those guys sure know how to hype a franchise like Halo.
Anticipation is building for the Aliens: Colonial Marines video game, especially in the wake of Ridley Scott's Prometheus.
Halo 4 - which goes live this November - is clearly one of the most anticipated video games of 2012. Personally, I think I may be looking forward to the live-action web series just as much as game itself.
Neo Geo X handheld console is priced at a cool $130.
The future of OnLive is uncertain, yet Microsoft and Agawi remain determined to move ahead with Cloud-based gaming for Windows 8 and other platforms.
Gamers all over the world are stoked for a slew of upcoming zombie video games, including the stand alone DayZ and The War Z.
Remember Me is like Blade Runner mixed with a dash of Mirror's Edge and a pinch of The Matrix.
With the raging success of indie video game devs raising cash on Kickstarter, it was expected that Valve would move quickly to fire up its crowd-sourced Steam Greenlight platform.
We've seen quite a few interesting trailers and teasers for the upcoming Assassin's Creed 3 video game over the past few months - a title which is set during the bloody days of the American Revolution.
There are a number of really cool games slated to hit the streets over the next several months, including Halo 4 and CoD: Black Ops 2.
Even though it debuted years ago, one of my all-time favorite FPS games is still Half-Life.
The long-awaited Halo 4 - slated to launch this November - is shaping up to be one of the most hotly anticipated video games of the year.
I've been a huge fan of Command & Conquer for years, as the rather expansive franchise encompasses over a dozen immersive titles and expansion packs.