Microsoft completed one of the biggest backtracks in video game history Wednesday, pulling back on plans for a controversial “always on” internet connection and tight used game restrictions for the new Xbox One.
The sequel to last year’s sequel will see you cracking skulls and breaking bones in another decade.
The PS4 looks set to blow our socks off. Here’s why.
The show went down last week, we’re now well rested and ready to chat it up.
Most Craved: We were beginning to fear the actual Apocalypse would come first.
Vengeance will let you shoot real guns in a paintball arena.
I’d rather the power stays offline, but still, it’s an interesting selling point for the console.
It’s because of that love of the indie gaming subsection of games creation that I welcome the PlayStation 4 with open arms.
Fallon gave the upcoming console a test run on Late Night.
Most Craved: Don’t get on the wrong side of those gamers.
Is the pricing of Xbox One software as high as the rumours suggested?
Two minutes of Rayman Legends pretty much equals two minutes of the world’s best insanity. Where do we sign?
Titanfall is part of a gaming genre I’ve grown tired of…yet I loved the crap out of what Respawn showed of it at E3 2013.
Couldn’t be at E3 2013? Watch Sony pwn Microsoft from home!
[VIDEO] E3 is here — and CraveOnline brings it all to you with a special edition of Clocked Out from the Crave Invasion tent outside the Los Angeles Convention Center, home of E3!
That’s a wrap…and Crave Invasion 2013 was a HUGE success!
[VIDEO] Time for Erin Darling to trip the hell out on the Oculus Rift with the drug-inspired Sound Self.
[VIDEO] Arshad Aslam stops by at E3 to talk gaming and soundtrack for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
[VIDEO] CraveOnline’s Erin Darling heads to the indie games section of E3 and takes a look at a Star Wars-inspired title.