It's that time of the season again, where there's only one thing on people's minds. No I'm not talking about yuletide cheer or fond, heartfelt memories with friends and family. The day after Thanksgiving officially marks the race to the cash register in our attempts to stock up on presents and swag for our most beloved. Some folks may be a little easier to shop for than others, so allow us to help you decide by offering up a great selection of awesome gift ideas for your consideration. Here we're counting down this year's best of everything that's sure to please guys and gals of all ages come December 25th!
The cool stat might be similar to charisma or it might do much more in Cyberpunk 2077.
Statements from the Tetsuya Nomura might make some players apprehensive about Sora's fate in the next Kingdom Hearts game.
It's nice to see Nintendo taking online seriously by adding online leaderboards and multiplayer to Super Mario Party.
The Black Ops Pass has 12 bonus multiplayer maps only available to people who get it.
Nintendo and Hamster's Arcade Archives releases continue to be historically significant, with Donkey Kong and Sky Skipper coming to the Switch.
Rocksteady's next game just isn't ready to show yet, which is why the developer skipped E3 2018.
Looks like there's only one playable character this time in The Last of Us Part II.
Steam Link is coming back to iOS, with one major change shown in the beta.
The fate of a decaying City is in your hands. Every choice matters. Discover the bold sequel to a best-selling open-world phenomenon.
Every year, people wonder which system will win in the great console war. It seems like Sony and Nintendo are winning now, but what will happen in 2019?
Fortnite, Arena of Valor, and Paladins are going to make an impact on the Switch. But will it lead to long-term success?
Steam seems to have finally made a change for the good in adopting an "everything goes" policy. Let every game loose!
Is Gearbox's next shooter weird enough to work? Or could Project 1v1 be another Battleborn?
The next Nioh will feature character customization and a story that ties into the first game.
Originally, the next Yoshi game had a 2018 release date, but word from Nintendo is that we have to wait for 2019.
Players can unlock two characters early by playing in the Mario Tennis Aces online tournaments.
Telltale is keeping busy, as always, with a Stranger Things adaptation.
Metroid Prime 4 is still coming, just not in 2018.
Fortnite on Switch is doing some serious numbers, with two million downloads in the first twenty-four hours.
Halo: Infinite is so ambitious, 343 had to build a new engine for the game.
Assassin's Creed: Odyssey will be a service-style game, with weekly content updates in some form.
Fate is carved with your own hands on SoulCalibur VI, out on the October 19th, 2018 on Xbox One.
Wolfenstein: Youngblood is a brand-new co-op game unveiled at the Bethesda BE3 Showcase 2018. The game takes place in 1980, 19 years after BJ Blazkowicz ignited the second American Revolution in Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus.
The Electronic Entertainment Expo has gone through many changes through the years. It looks like another shift is incoming.