Fans of the Metal Gear Solid series feared for the worst when it was announced that Hideo Kojima was leaving Konami in a high-profile departure. Luckily, the company has announced that they will not be abandoning the series, which will live on in their new line of premium pachinko machines.

Frictional Games is known for their pedigree in horror games, debuting with their Penumbra series, perfecting their craft with Amnesia: the Dark Descent, and plumbing the depths of existential terror with SOMA. It’s no surprise, then, that their newest title continues in the vein of fear and...

While many of its past games have been lauded, Telltale has been the recipient of much criticism for its recycled, limited game engine being drastically in need of a revamp. To assuage these complaints, Telltale has announced that its next title will be released as a radio drama.

A local man found he already owned five copies of Trine 2 during the latest Steam sale. The realization came after painstaking deliberation over his selection, but not before purchase of a sixth copy.

This week it was announced that Darksiders 3 is in the pipes for 2018. While the previous two titles in this beloved series were developed by Vigil Games, Gunfire Games has been tasked to create this latest one. Gunfire is best known for their VR titles, spanning genres from fantasy RPGs to tactical space crew management, which makes them a bit of an unusual choice for such a high profile, low dimension project.

After a decade since “real war” shooters were last in vogue, EA shook modern game trends with its World War 1 game, Battlefield 1 . Now Activision has decided to revisit the Second Great War, and pledged to make this the most realistic war adaptation of all time.

Jonathan Blow titles have a penchant for divisiveness: people either love them or hate them, and his newest release sounds to be no different. One year after the release of The Witness, news has surfaced about Hearken, a new audio-only puzzle exploration game.

You may have found Persona 5 streams hard to come by since Atlus announced it would be going after gamers that streamed their newest release. Fear not, reader! The Nooby Times team took to the streets and found undeterred content creators who decided to take measures into their own hands in creative ways.