Unexpected indie success stories grab people's attention, but more often than not, games are released without anyone noticing.
Sony updated its Remote Play app, which means you can use that old PlayStation 4 for something useful, but it's a mixed bag.
This superhero fantasy of New York portrays a world with hints of familiar problems, and no causes to be found.
And while we're all learning how to bake bread during COVID-19, designer William Chyr is out here trying to learn Russian.
What might be Sony's last game for the PlayStation 4 is also, ironically, stuck in the past.
The moment you scratch beneath the surface, you find a fascinating world of surrealist art, copyright infringement, kids doing weird experiments, and so much more.
A 240-page script book is an attempt to demise one part of the messy, confusing creative process that results in a video game.
The search warrant application even asks what games the suspect played and their progress.
Sony just dropped a story trailer that lays out what the game’s about.
A number of high-profile games from early 2020 are moving back at least a few months.