‘Sky: Children of the Light’ is finally available on iOS

Thatgamecompany's Sky: Children of the Light is finally available on iOS. The title, from the creators of Journey, was announced years ago and has lived in beta limbo for a long time. Last month, Thatgamecompany said Sky would arrive on July 11th, an...

‘StarCraft’ gets the cartoon makeover nobody asked for

When you think of kid-friendly video games, StarCraft might not top the list. But that could change. A new version, StarCraft: Cartooned, reimagines every unit, structure, map, menu and mission with art by CarBot Animations. The usually dark game is...

Amazon is co-developing a ‘Lord of the Rings’ game

Lord of the Rings fans have been patiently waiting for the long-promised Amazon series. While we still don't know when the show will debut or who will star in it, Amazon has more Lord of the Rings news. Today, Amazon Game Studios announced that it's...

‘Fortnite’s’ latest weapon lets you summon air strikes with a grenade

Epic Games has added Air Strikes to the Fortnite arsenal. With the weapon, you can launch a canister of colored smoke into an area and summon a hail storm of fire from above. You'll find the canisters in floor loot, chests, supply drops, vending mach...

Westwood’s 1997 ‘Blade Runner’ is playable again on PC

For years it seemed Westwood's Blade Runner might be lost for good. The 1997 adventure game that meticulously recreated the film's universe has becoming increasingly difficult to play on modern PCs. In 2003, the game's source code was lost, and it se...

Elon Musk: ‘The Simulation, The Simulation, The Simulation’

A young woman wanted to know how much she needed to beg to take a selfie with him. A young man wanted to know if he could get his CyberPunk 2077 hat autographed. These are the kind of questions people were asking Elon Musk, the founder and CEO of Tes...

Google’s Area 120 made a free, drag-and-drop 3D game builder

Google's in-house incubator, Area 120, has produced things like an app that teaches coding and tools to boost literacy. Now it wants to help gamers create their own 3D games, no experience necessary. Today, it launched Game Builder, a free platform t...

It’s Dangerous to Go Alone, Take This to Light Your Path!

Fans of The Legend of Zelda franchise will remember the potion jars you can find that give you certain boosts depending on the color of its contents. Check out this light-up potion jar that light that looks like it came straight out of the game.

The jar stands 6-inches tall, and if you push the cork down, you can cycle through its modes. Functions include the ability to slowly cycle through the colors or stay on a particular color, so you can pick your potion.

It lights up in red, blue, green, orange, and yellow. Power comes from three AAA batteries, and you can buy one for $24.99 at Entertainment Earth, with shipping starting this July.

Play ‘Doctor Who: The Edge of Time’ in VR this September

While you can't warp time to see the twelfth season of Doctor Who any sooner, this September, you'll be able to dive into the show in a new way. BBC Studios is bringing the series to life as a VR video game, Doctor Who: The Edge of Time. This is the...