1. Ubisoft Teases A New, Post-Nuclear Apocalypse Far Cry Game

    Ubisoft has revealed a new Far Cry project, with a brief video released on Wednesday afternoon. Whether it’s a full game or something else, its teaser makes it look like a direct follow-up to Far Cry 5 — a change of pace for the franchise, whose previous entries have all been stand-alone games.
  2. Nintendo Switch Adds Three More NES Games

    One of the benefits you get for subscribing to the Nintendo Switch Online service is access to a growing library of classic NES games. Nintendo has been rolling out new titles for the service every month since it launched this past September, and now the company has confirmed that another batch of titles is scheduled to arrive next week.
  3. GT Sport 1.31: 7 New Cars, New Track, GT League

    Hello again, GT fans. Available starting today is our free December update for GT Sport, patch 1.31 (Internet connection required). It features a selection of seven stunning vehicles, including European supercars, elegant saloons and some old-school American muscle.
  4. Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Adds Three More Games

    The Xbox One's backwards compatibility catalogue continues to grow bigger still. As announced on Twitter by Major Nelson, the new Xbox 360 additions to the backwards compatibility library on Xbox One today include three titles from 2K Games: The Darkness, The Bureau: XCOM Declassified, and Duke Nukem Forever.
  5. Tony Hawk’s Skateboarding Game Goes Mobile Dec. 13

    Legendary skateboarder Tony Hawk has a new video game hitting mobile devices next week. It’s called Tony Hawk’s Skate Jam and looks to follow the formula of Hawk’s numerous skateboarding games: Skate through parks. Pull off tricks. Go for high scores.