Dear Arc System Works, Last year you announced BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle, a 2v2 crossover fighting game consisting of four franchises: BlazBlue, Under Night, Persona 4 Arena, and RWBY. I was ecstatic, as...
Naughty Dog’s first single-player DLC for the Uncharted series finally dropped and–like the last iteration of Nathan’s saga–hits all the right notes with playful, plundering gusto. Chloe is a treat and the dynamic between...
The success of 2013’s The Last of Us can be accounted for on a basis of presentation.
Hack, slash, and strategize in the newest Fire Emblem game that is separated into the two different titles Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright and Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest, a first for the franchise.
The first expansion for Bloodborne arrives next Tuesday and thanks to Sony, we now know some important details about the DLC.
Today during Nintendo Direct, the company showed off two brand new stages in action for their quirky shooter Splatoon.
According to a recent, supposedly-confirmed email sent to Destructoid, Until Dawn is getting a DLC expansion which is currently being market-tested in the UK.
The anticipated DLC expansion for Techland’s Dying Light has finally been slated for release during the first quarter of next year.
Rise of the Tomb Raider’s season pass will feature three main pieces of content, alongside smaller additions.
Rocket League will be getting another paid DLC package as well as some free Halloween themed items this October.
Along with a previously announced Mario Maker stage, Nintendo has released some new DLC content for the WiiU and 3DS fighter.
Bloodborne players who have achieved the seemingly-impossible and earned the Platinum trophy for the game are entitled to a free theme for their PS4.
Originally unveiled at E3 2015, Hyrule Warriors Legends is shaping up to be a pretty glamorous port of Hyrule Warriors on the Wii U.
Konami has announced that Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain will be getting downloadable costumes.
Harmonix have officially announced every playable track for the Rock Band 4 disc. Check out the impressive collection of 63 songs below: