The dream of the ’90s is alive at Sony and to prove it, the company is releasing PlayStation Classic, a smaller version of their original game console.
Congratulations, Sony PlayStation and Insomniac Games. Spider-Man for PlayStation 4 is a masterpiece in super hero video gaming.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment announced Scribblenauts Mega Pack, a new two-game collection featuring full versions of Scribblenauts Unlimited and Scribblenauts Unmasked: A DC Comics Adventure.
When the Princess and I saw that there was going to be a Nintendo Switch game based on the series, we were both pretty excited to get our hands on it.
We love our LEGO Video Games. Today, with SDCC going full throttle, we just got the latest news on the upcoming LEGO DC Super-Villains game
I make a point of not being an overly negative reviewer here at Bif Bam Pop. I mean, I’m just some guy sitting here while others out there creating stuff. What do I know? Well, I know that Paranautical Activity is not fun on any level that I can fathom.
To tie in with the release of Incredibles 2, this month saw the release of WB Interactive Entertainment LEGO Incredibles, the first time the famous family received the LEGO video game treatment.
Ink for the Nintendo switch is not my cup of tea. I want to get that out of the way, along with the notion that my cup of tea is different from yours and yours from mine.
Detroit: Become Human is about the choices we make for our characters, and the results will play out throughout the course of the game. Choosing how you interact with whoever you encounter could result in assistance or alienation, and possibly even death for one of the three leads.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment today released the HITMAN: Definitive Edition, which is available in retail stores beginning today for PlayStation 4 Pro, PlayStation 4, Xbox One X and Xbox One.
Don’t Die Mr. Robot! is an addictive, arcade style game that plays like a top shelf mobile game on the big screen.
Is it possible for a movie based on a video game to be good? It is a question that always gets bandied about when a film is based on a beloved game title and the answer always seems to be a resounding no. Unfortunately, Rampage continues that trend.