GTA San Andreas, Vice City, and GTA 3 are reportedly set for a remastered re-release, destined for all major consoles, including the Nintendo Switch.
One of the greatest games of all-time is finally joining the growing list of games on Xbox One’s backwards compatibility list.
We might be closer than we think to Black Ops 2 on Xbox One.
For almost as long as polling has been active, one game has been lingering at the top of the list, and don’t expect it to fall of anytime soon.
A new Rockstar game appears to be on the horizon. Red Dead Redemption, one of 2010’s best games and certainly one of the most acclaimed games of all-time, has long been touted to get a sequel, and the latest Rockstar tease suggests that may very well be the case.
Red Dead Redemption is available for Xbox One via backwards compatibility from today. One of the best games of last generation (and probably of all-time) is once again playable, so it’s time to dive into one of the most diverse and rewarding open-world experience of all time. Here’s how you can get the most of your return to the Wild West.
Rockstar Games offers a single, brief moment that personifies its uncanny ability to tell a story with imagery.