By Joe Stasio // January 6, 2018 3:30 AM
It's dangerous to go alone.
A new year means a new round of free games for PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live Gold members.
With the holidays over, most retailers are recovering from the madness. But there are a couple of deals to be found.
2017 was bananas. If 2018 delivers half of what we got last year, I will be a happy boy.
The video game landscape is covered in competitive gaming. Shacknews would like to offer an overview of what to watch for this coming weekend. This weekend, the new year of esports kicks off at the Hi-Rez Expo.
Welcome to 2018! To kick off the new year, the Shacknews staff weighs in on the games they're looking forward to the most. Next up: News Editor Charles Singletary.
There's plenty of new stuff to get excited about, but there are also a handful of games that are about to get a modern lease on life.
Happy New Year, Shackers! We are back with a new episode about another classic arcade game.
There are plenty of games to look forward to in 2018, but there are also just as many games that seem to have been forgotten entirely. Shacknews takes a look at some of the games that are still in development that people may not necessarily remember are still around.
The new kid on the block is hanging tough while he waits for his most anticipated games of 2018 to launch.
HipHopGamer is back with another great interview with the developers of Far Cry 5.
Welcome to 2018! To kick off the new year, the Shacknews staff weighs in on the games they're looking forward to the most. First up: Senior Editor Ozzie Mejia.
In a year defined by Nintendo's willingness to reinvent itself, Breath of the Wild's developers stripped away convention to create a masterpiece that will stand the test of time.
Find out which game took the top spot at Shacknews in this amazing year for video games.
Nintendo had an amazing year in 2017. The launch of the Nintendo Switch definitely has ignited the Big N in a big way.
The creator of the original Battle Royale mod and the force behind PUBG is undeniably the Shacknews Person of the Year 2017.
One of the most surprising games of 2017 was a collaboration between Ubisoft's Rabbids and Nintendo's flagship hero Mario.
As the new year approaches, we look back at our favorite mobile games to release in 2017.
Ninja Theory took on the risky task of weaving an action puzzler with an accurate representation of mental instability and ended up with one of the best experiences the year had to offer.