Jennifer Locke has been playing video games nearly her entire life. You can find her posting pictures of her dog and obsessing over PlayStation and Xbox, Star Wars, and other geeky things.
We've all seen the pictures of those disgustingly dirty DualSense controllers. You don't need to let it get that far, but if you do you have some options on how to clean it.
Despite featuring active noise cancellation and outputting great audio, the AW920H falters in one too many places.
Ubisoft showcased new footage from The Division Resurgence, its tactical RPG coming to Android and iOS.
Niantic's bringing another augmented reality game to Android, this time starring Marvel superheroes.
Microsoft likely intends to make Call of Duty an Xbox console exclusive at some point, but it will remain on PlayStation for at least another few years.
Playdigious is bringing Little Nightmares to mobile very soon. This appears to be a port of the console and PC version.
Anyone in the market for a mobile controller should check out the GameSir X2 Pro, officially licensed with Xbox and designed for high performance.
PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan is calling Xbox's offer to keep Call of Duty on PlayStation for three years after current contracts expire "inadequate."
The latest PS5 firmware update adds a couple of much-requested features that were oddly missing at the console's launch.
After partnering with Guillemot Brothers Limited, Ubisoft's largest shareholder, Tencent hopes to bring more of the company's games to mobile.
First Contact Entertainment is bringing Firewall Ultra to PS VR2, taking advantage of eye tracking and a host of other next-gen features.
Saving up for a PS5? You may need to save a little bit more. Here's what you missed this month in the world of PlayStation.
While Tower of Fantasy takes on Genshin Impact, the latter released its long-awaited 3.0 update. Here's what you may have missed in the Android gaming world in August.
This is the truly definitive edition of The Last of Us, and it looks even more amazing than you can imagine.