Batman has been keeping somewhat of a low profile in 2015 so far, but today, we get a new look at Warner Bros. Interactive and DC Entertainment's Batman: Arkham Knight.
Take that all you naysayers who doubted Square Enix would ever release Dragon Quest Heroes outside of Japan.
Resident Evil: Revelations 2 is probably the most interesting high profile PS Store release this week, but there's a nice variety of content all around.
New Street Fighter V screens, a trailer showing off Nash, along with details for an online beta test program for the game.
VooFoo Studios, best known for their Pure Pool and Pure Chess releases, is upping the ante with a new Texas Hold'em poker title for next-gen platforms and the PC.
Finally, the long awaited PC version of Grand Theft Auto V and the GTA Online – Online Heists feature are just about ready to roll out.
The popular episodic game development studio teams up with the entertainment studio behind Mad Men, Orange is the new Black, The Hunger Games and others.
The first episode of Resident Evil Revelations 2 is a little rough around the edges, but Raid Mode is nearly worth the admission price.
We're assuming that many fellow Final Fantasy fans are pretty damn excited for the playable FF XV teaser, so here are several brand new screens.
Dead Or Alive 5 makes the jump to next gen platform and brings the same core gameplay with very minor tweaks.
Unless you really, really want some amiibo support for Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy, this "Plus" version of the game likely isn't for you.