If you're having problems with the Xbox One-exclusive Battlefield 4 DLC, don't worry, EA is aware of the ongoing problems.
Lindsay Lohan, an actor previously known for her work in films such as The Parent Trap, Freaky Friday and Mean Girls, has more recently been in the spotlight for her scandalous endeavors. In her latest headline-grabbing shenanigan, Lohan is planning to sue Rockstar over Grand Theft Auto V.
The first Quantum Break gameplay trailer will debut at Spike's VGX program next month.
This Black Friday is going to feature some big discounts on Xbox consoles and games. To save you some time and planning, we've put together a guide to the best in-store bargains.
Fry's updated Black Friday ad has revealed the exact price and sale times for their gaming bundles.
We've previously heard reports that swearing on the Xbox One's Skype app could get you banned. I think we can all agree that the way FIFA is handling the issue is a tad bit better.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment have just announced that the next game in their LEGO series will be LEGO The Hobbit.
Ubisoft has uploaded a new screenshot from Tom Clandy's The Division to Facebook, and it looks like a very cheery Christmas. Wait, what's the opposite of cheery? Because it's that.
An Xbox One user has reported that he was banned after swearing on Skype using the recently released console. Now before we go grabbing our torches and pitchforks, keep in mind that this news comes from a Twitter user. It's completely possible that he was banned for a completely different reason, and is misreporting the facts.
Since launch, Call of Duty: Ghosts has been riddled with incidents of hacking: players with ludicrously high scores, obtaining unlocks illegitimately, and even affecting the leaderboards. Unfortunately, it seems that the problem is even worse, as some players are reporting that even accidentally entering a hacked server can result in severe consequences.