Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens shows us another side of one of the movie’s pivotal moments in the new Siege of Takodana DLC. Join Kylo Ren and his Stormtrooper pals as they blow up a perfectly good sci-fi theme restaurant.
Robots, monsters, and mysteries are all coming to Fallout 4 as DLC—and the added content looks pretty sweet.
Star Wars: Battlefront’s Battle of Jakku downloadable content is now live for preorder customers, giving Star Wars fans their first taste of The Force Awakens. As it turns out, it tastes a lot like Tatooine.
So you and your companions saved the continent of Thedas from certain doom. What have you done for them lately? Find out in September 8’s Trespasser, a downloadable epilogue for Dragon Age: Inquisition that picks up two years after the main story ends.
Point Lookout is one of those add-ons that sticks with you. In a world where downloadable content is often forgettable, Bethesda crafted an interesting new addition to Fallout 3 and populated it with some of the best quests they’ve ever produced.
YouTuber Many A True Nerd did not rest on his laurels after beating Fallout: New Vegas on a single health bar last March. Instead, he upped the ante and decided to continue the run on New Vegas DLC. It seemed all but certain that he would die during this new portion of the run, given its challenge. Somehow, though,…
Shadow of Mordor is one of the best games I played this year. I had high hopes for Lord of the Hunt, its first major expansion, as a result. "New monsters!" I thought. "More nemesis orcs to fight, some of whom ride on top of the new monsters! What could possibly go wrong?" So many things, apparently.
On December 9, Bungie will release The Dark Below, a new expansion pack for Destiny. For $20, you'll get some new story missions, some multiplayer maps, a raid, and two new strikes. Unless you're on Xbox.
Gather round the fire, vault dwellers, and let me show you a story. Perhaps you've heard this story before—but probably not like this.
Two years ago, Nintendo boss Satoru Iwata made some lofty promises about his company's approach to what was then a new venture for them: downloadable content. Nintendo, he promised, would get it right.
Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor comes out tomorrow. While Tolkien fans will be delighted to finally play a Lord of the Rings game that's actually really, really good, others might be disappointed that Sauron doesn't make much of an appearance. Turns out: he's in Mordor, you just have to pay more to get to him.
Last week, Electronic Arts announced a new online gaming service called EA Access for the Xbox One. It sounded like a promising deal to many gamers: a Netflix-style subscription service that would give people access to a library of EA games for $5 a month, or $30 a year. But many important questions remained…
How else will they keep their swag up? Well, no. Rather, covering plowshares with diamond-hard carbon would actually do a number of cool things for farmers. It's even better on the environment.
Are you frustrated by game publishers releasing same-day DLC that screw used game purchasers over? How about making you pay for what should be essential, built-in parts of a game? Well, get ready for more of it, says Peter Moore.
Sony has confirmed rumors that the PlayStation Store will be offering smaller titles called Minis for download on the PSP, similar to Apple's App Store. These games will be limited to
1MB—yes, 1MB, 100MB. Among other titles, PSP owners will score Fieldrunners, which is probably the best game on the iPhone to date…