Spend the next few minutes drooling over some delicious features for Battlefield 3 revealed today at the Gamescom show in Cologne, Germany.
It was largely a quiet week lacking major surprises. But a couple of trends did emerge that show where the video game industry is heading.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 is the latest in the successful shooter series. We look back over the history of CoD and Modern Warfare.
Special forces shooting match Call of Duty: Black Ops is here. We round up the first reviews -- does the latest CoD rock reviewers like an RPG to the face, or is it as much of a disappointment as a misfiring M16?
While Modern Warfare 2 favors the competitive, Left 4 Dead 2 celebrates a good old-fashioned type of grindhouse teamwork. This is our hands on with the Southern-fried zombie sequel.
Borderlands 2 brings with it all of the shooting and looting fun we had the first go around, but this time the game is focusing on co-op play.
Writer Mona Simpson offers an intimate portrait of the late Apple co-founder in a moving New York Times op-ed piece.
Google CEO Eric Schmidt and Verizon CEO Ivan Seidenberg co-wrote an op-ed in The Wall Street Journal asking the FCC to take a light regulatory approach to the Internet.
The sequel to Army of Two, The 40th Day continues the unique co-op shooter gameplay found in the original. Heavily based on teamwork, The 40th Day will take plenty of cooperation to complete.
This week on preGAME, we're getting an exclusive First Look at Halo: Reach, almost two months before the game hits stores! In the studio today is Bungie Community Director Brian Jarrard, who will show us some of the single-player campaign as well as the revamped four-player co-op mode Firefight.