These are the top 50 games of all time according to the world's largest review aggregation site. We weeded out the duplicates so you don't have to.
Elden Ring was released on Friday, and now all employees at game studio Pocket Pair will get an "Elden holiday," the company wrote on Twitter.
A "Sonic the Hedgehog" sequel is coming to theaters in 2022 and a "Beyond Good and Evil" movie is in the works for Netflix.
The Berkshire Hathaway CEO said his company bought 85% of its stake in October, about three months before the Microsoft deal.
The best-selling console each month is whichever has the largest supply available for sale — and it's been that way for over a year, NPD Group says.
Microsoft is promising it won't take "Call of Duty" off of PlayStation consoles. It's also promising to put "Call of Duty" on Game Pass at launch.
On the world's largest game platform, Steam, "Halo Infinite" is struggling — despite being touted as "the biggest launch in Halo franchise history."
For the first time in nearly a decade, a new "Grand Theft Auto" game is confirmed to be in development.
Sony's purchase of "Destiny" developer Bungie, Inc. for $3.6 billion wasn't just a response to Microsoft's recent acquisition of Activision.
Netflix began rolling out mobile video games in November. It's building a games studio and making major hires in the space.
Don't worry, PlayStation gamers: It sounds like Xbox isn't pulling "Call of Duty" from your console anytime soon.
Xbox leader Phil Spencer said that Microsoft's "vision of the metaverse is based on intersecting global communities rooted in strong franchises."
Bobby Kotick will receive at least $390 million after the deal is completed. Most of his payout will be from the 3.95 million company shares he holds.
After Pokimane accused JiDion's fans of "hate raiding" her, he said Twitch banned him. Then Ninja, the platform's most-followed streamer, weighed in.
At a minimum of $10 per month per subscriber, Microsoft is bringing in at least $250 million each month from its Game Pass service.
Microsoft is buying "Call of Duty" publisher Activision in a $68.7 billion deal. Kotick is expected to leave once the deal closes, according the WSJ.
The video-game sector has made splashes in recent months as companies race into the nascent metaverse sector.
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