The Game Awards will return for another year this December, Geoff Keighley today announced. Those who wish for a dose of Doritos and Mountain Dew close up can already purchase tickets to the event. Happy to announce @thegameawards return to

Channel Seven used E3 2017 to launch screenPLAY, the new gaming show starring former Good Game talent Stephanie ‘Hex’ Bendixsen and Nich ‘Nichboy’ Richardson. Set to air at 3.00 pm AEST on 15 June, a teaser trailer for the show

Today, Bethesda confirmed The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim on Nintendo Switch will support amiibo. During its press conference, it was confirmed the port will support at least one amiibo — Breath of the Wind Link. The amiibo will provide in-game armour that makes your

Bethesda is back for its third annual E3 2017 press conference, looking to impress gamers of all sorts. Think the conference will confirm the rumoured ‘Fallout in space’, Starfield? Only time will tell. You can watch Bethesda’s press conference live, below. Time

Minecraft will sport cross-platform play between PC, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch, but not PS4. The reason why? Sony, according to Windows Central’s Jez Cordon, via Twitter: RE: cross platform Minecraft. Yes to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation refused. — Jez @ E3 (@JezCorden)

Update: The EA press conference has finished. Watch it on demand below. Want a recap of all the news? We’ve got you covered right here. Original story: Though technically not a part of E3 2017, Electronic Arts’ EA Play event just happens

EA kept quiet about the Nintendo Switch version of FIFA 18 at its press conference today, instead electing to populate a new website with information. The cut down version of FIFA 18, different from that on Windows PC, Xbox One

EA used its E3 2017 press conference to detail FIFA 18, the next iteration of the popular football franchise. FIFA 18, fuelled by Ronaldo, seems full of colour and confidence this year. Check out the game’s new trailer below: See? We weren’t

E3 2017 is almost upon us, and we’ve you covered in terms of each and every planned livestream. From social media platforms to first- and third-party publishers, we’ve a list of every livestream in Aussie-friendly AEST below. We’ll also include

E3 2017 is almost underway, and we’ve got a listing of every title confirmed (or heavily rumoured) for show. Games with an asterisk (*) are of the rumoured variety. Each title should have a link to its tag on Stevivor

EA today detailed its offerings during its EA Play event, taking place over E3 2017. Confirmed for the show are FIFA 18, Madden NFL 18, NBA Live 18, Need for Speed: Payback, Battlefield 1 and Star Wars: Battlefront II. Two other titles

ARMS has a considerable amount of content and depth, but does its best to hide that from players. Like Splatoon at launch before it, you’d be forgiven if you thought ARMS was quite bare bones. After entering a short tutorial,

Update: Nintendo has also confirmed that E3 2017 will sport a Pokkén Tournament DX invitational, beginning 3.30 am AEST on 15 June. Original story (5 June 2017): Both Splatoon 2 and ARMS will host invitational tournaments at this year’s E3, Nintendo recently confirmed. The 2017 Splatoon 2 World Inkling invitational

Warner Bros. today detailed its E3 2017 livestream plans. Five games will be detailed over each of E3’s three days: Middle Earth: Shadow of War, Injustice 2, LEGO Dimensions, LEGO Worlds and LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2. Livestream times are as

The Wii U’s Pokkén Tournament will head to the Nintendo Switch as Pokkén Tournament DX, Nintendo confirmed last night. The new version of the game will feature all 16 characters from the Wii U iteration, alongside new fighters Empoleon, Darkrai, Scizor,

An eight minute Pokémon-centric Nintendo Direct will air early Wednesday morning, Nintendo recently confirmed. The Direct will be held at 12.01 am AEST on 7 June. It’s unclear what will be revealed during the Direct — especially this close to