The very first Steam user accounts are officially 20-years-old this week, and Valve is celebrating by handing out special digital badges to the oldest members of the community, featuring the storefront's original green aesthetic.
Bethesda head of publishing Pete Hines has said Starfield “doesn’t even really get going” until after the main story mission is completed.
Bungie has won close to $500,000 in damages against a Destiny 2 player who carried out a campaign of targeted harassment against a community manager, giving rise to a new legal protection in the process.
Nintendo has released patch 1.2.0 for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, bringing with it a wave of bug fixes, and the seeming removal of some popular duplication glitches.
Terraria is still selling like "hot cakes" over a decade after its 2011 launch, and its continued success has made it hard for developer Re-Logic to move on to new projects.
The low-poly 254 player Battlefield-esque shooter BattleBit Remastered is off to a strong start following its June 15 launch after jumping to the top of Steam’s global top-sellers list earlier this week, temporarily out-performing big titles such as Street Fighter 6 and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.
Some PlayStation 5 players who purchased deluxe versions of Diablo 4 are still unable to play the game thanks to a persistent "invalid licence" error.
The PlayStation Plus Game Lineup for June 2023 has been revealed, with NBA 2K23, Trek to Yomi, and Jurassic World Evolution 2 joining the subscription service early next month.
Tears of the Kingdom players have unearthed yet another infinite duplication glitch just days after Nintendo dropped a patch which removed a number of existing exploits from the game.
Nintendo has revealed that Super Mario Advance 1, 2, and 3 will be coming to its Switch Online + Expansion Pack subscription service in May.