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George R. R. Martin, From Software team up for Norse RPG
From Software and George R. R. Martin team up for a gritty and bizarre new RPG bathed in Norse mythology.
Soul Calibur VI announced, coming in 2018
Soul Calibur is back with new modes and a ton of new characters.
Tekken 7 Review: King of the Iron Fist
Tekken 7 smashes our expectations of what a fighting game can be, but drops the ball in content.
Tekken 7 PC requirements revealed
Tekken is coming to the PC for the first time ever--can your rig run it?
Tekken 7 launches June 2, 2017, has season pass
Bandai Namco puts a paygate behind extra Tekken 7 characters, and even locks them behind DLC pre-orders.
Tekken 7 release date will be announced next week
After months upon months of waiting, Tekken 7's official release date will finally be revealed in the coming days.
Watch new Tekken 7 battles at 1080p 60FPS
Tekken 7 gets two new gameplay battles in 1080p 60FPS on PS4.
New Tekken 7 trailer shows 60FPS Iron Fist mayhem
The latest Tekken 7 trailer proves its a great time to be alive for Iron Fist aficionados.
Tekken 7 will run at 1080p 60FPS on PS4
Tekken 7 will have smooth 1080p 60FPS on PS4, but what about input lag?
Dark Souls III PC Review
For a third time, you are asked to get beaten down over and over again before finally beating a boss. Welcome to Dark Souls III.
Dark Souls 3's first DLC release is a long ways away
The first Dark Souls 3 DLC won't release until fall, according to Namco Bandai.
Tales of Symphonia is locked at 30 FPS, 720p on PC
Tales of Symphonia is a disaster of a port, reports indicate.
Dark Souls 2 PC Game Review
A classic returns for a second go on the PC, only this time it appears that the PC version of Dark Souls 2 just may have become the one to own. Let's see!
Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch PlayStation 3 Review
Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch is a stunningly beautiful PlayStation 3 game, probably the most beautiful Japanese-style RPG you'll play in 2013, and possibly beyond.
Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition PC Review
At this point we can say this is the most frustrating, yet most rewarding game you will ever play.