"Far Cry 3" was pronounced Game of the Year at the Canadian Videogame Awards on April 20, with "Assassin's Creed III," "Sound Shapes," "The Secret World" and "Mass Effect 3" named as the other category winners.
It was the world's first fully Arabic-themed browser-based massively multiplayer online (MMO) game and now, with its debut in the App Store, "Knights of Glory" has also become the first Arabic MMO app available for the iPhone.
Disney's variation on a trend started by the "Skylanders" games is "Disney Infinity," in which players can use real-world collectible toys and tokens to help build digital playgrounds for themselves and their friends.
In support of July movie "The Smurfs 2," a video game for 360, PS3, Wii and Wii U will take players from New York to Paris via the Arctic Tundra, Laval Jungle, and Smurfs' Village.
As the sixth edition of Indian Premier League (IPL) gets into its momentum, Disney UTV's Indiagames has launched a new mobile game "IPL Cricket Fever 2013" to capture the frenzy.
Combining a distinctive style with studio penchant for unusual and involving multiplayer modes, free-to-play "Minimum" is heading for beta testing on April 16 via an early access scheme.
For five years, the "Farming Simulator" series has been primarily the domain of PC gamers, but September 2013 will see the first console versions on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, with a North American environment added to its traditional European setting.
The spiritual sequel to iconic 1999 role-playing adventure "Planescape: Torment" exceeded $4.1m at the close of its 30-day Kickstarter funding drive on April 5, making "Torment: Tides of Numenera" the platform's most funded game and third most funded project overall.
Return to former glories and lead your nation to triumph on PC in "Age of Empires II HD," delve into a 23rd-century mystery on iOS in the extremely well-regarded "Gemini Rue," and rescue El Presidente's daughter across multiple dimensions in "Guacamelee!"
Pushing its Unreal Engine 4 technology at the Game Developers Conference was Epic Games, with an impressive real-time demo rammed full of special effects.
Street food merchant simulator "Cart Life" can count both the Seumas McNally Grand Prize and Nuovo Award for innovation among its haul from the Independent Game Festival Awards on March 27.
Fight your way through mangrove swamps shoulder-to-shoulder with bearded guerrillas clad in the olive green of Fidel Castro and Ernesto "Che" Guevara. Your mission: Topple 1950s Cuban dictator Fulgencio Batista.
Want to find out what the all the "Battlefield" fuss is about but don't have 17 minutes to spare? Spend a minute searing your eyeballs upon the "Battlefield 4" TV spot before delivering your final judgment to the social networks.
Previously teased as "The Phantom Pain" but with all the hallmarks of a wild goose chase orchestrated by auteur game director Hideo Kojima, "Metal Gear Solid V" has been announced for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.