A recent report by The Wall Street Journal suggests that Nintendo is developing a smartphone game based on The Legend of Zelda.
Assassin’s Creed took a break from it’s usual annual release last year, but a recent leak suggests the series will be back soon and headed to ancient Egypt.
Eurogamer reports the juggernaut Call of Duty series will be heading back to its roots in 2017 with the launch of Call of Duty: WWII.
A recent job listing seems to hint that a Pokémon RPG could be in development for the newly-released Nintendo Switch.
The CEO of GameStop may have accidentally hinted that the Nintendo Switch could feature motion controls.
Normally development companies are very secretive and try to keep all information about their upcoming projects under wraps, but it seems mistakes tend to happen in the city of Montreal. This holds true for the possible name for the next Tomb Raider game.
Alright, before you get all worked up and excited about this possible Logan synopsis, let’s just remember that this is a rumor, it is currently unconfirmed, and it comes from a source that -for this kind of thing- isn’t the most trustworthy source: IMDB; however, it is worth sharing it as we never know, right?
As if we weren’t excited enough to venture into the Harry Potter universe one more time in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, it’s rumored that Warner Bros. is looking into writing a screenplay and want Daniel Radcliffe to reprise his role as Harry Potter. This all comes to light as J.K. Rowling announces she’s done adding to the Harry Potter world.
According to multiple sources, a PS4 slim model is in development and is slated to release next month, possibly alongside the PS4 Neo.
The Nintendo NX will have a strong start, according to MCV. We can hope to see a new Pokemon, Mario and Legend of Zelda very close together.
The theory is based merely on one tweet, but Telltale Games might have teased a game based on the Mr. Robot TV series today.
According to a recent rating posted by Korea’s game ratings board, Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 is currently in development.