Have you ever wanted to ride a pogo stick? Have you ever wanted to shoot a gun? Have you ever wanted to ride a pogo stick and shoot a gun at the same time?! Well, for the few people who have thought about this scenario, we've found the perfect game for you. It's called Pongo, and it's quite an interesting concept.

Read on for more info and a link to the demo!

A new Adventure Time game by the name of Adventure Time: Finn & Jake Investigations was announced earlier this week by Little Orbit. The next game in the line of Adventure Time games take the series to the third dimension for the first time, rather than the 2D and top-down perspectives found in the previous games. Adventure Time: Finn & Jake Investigations is a fully 3D action game that features the titular heroes going on investigations to find out about disappearances and strange events in the Land of Ooo.

Click the jump to see footage and find out more on Adventure Time: Finn & Jake Adventures!

Recently Valve has made it possible for users to sell mods of Skyrim, and eventually other titles, through Steam. The service lets the creator of the mod choose whether they want to sell it for free, a fixed price of their choosing, or an open price of the customer's choosing. This allows anybody that creates their own modifications to a game that’s available on Steam to eventually make their own money.

Do you think it’s a good way to support the modding community? Do you think it hurts the freedom of the player? Leave your thoughts after the jump!

Members of the NeoGAF forums have recently proposed the theory that the doctor who plans to do the world's first human head transplant is part of a viral marketing campaign for Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. The forum members pointed out numerous coincidences including the striking similarities between Dr. Sergio Canavero and the doctor in The Phantom Pain. In addition to the similarities in likeness, fans have pointed out Canavero's numerous articles on the phenomenon of phantom pain as well as this old Kojima quote that stated:

“The next project will challenge a certain type of taboo, if I mess up, I'll probably have to leave the industry. However, I don't want to pass by avoiding that. I turn 47 this year. It's been 24 years since I started making games. Today, I got an ally who would happily support me in that risk. Although it's just one person. For a start, it's good.” — Hideo Kojima

You can check out the controversial photos and read more after the jump!

The original Resident Evil was a pioneer of survival-horror gameplay, and the legacy lives on. The game was first remade for GameCube in 2002 with improved graphics, and then again on the current and last gen consoles as Resident Evil HD Remaster. Capcom now reports that sales of the game's HD version have eclipsed 1 million units globally since launching in Japan last November and globally in January. Additionally, it broke the record for highest day one sales of a PSN title on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. Looks like the classic game still has selling power!

One of the core features of the Steam platform is the Steam Workshop, a place to show off user-created mods such as maps, character models, and weapons. These mods were provided free of charge for anyone to use, provided the correct content was owned. Starting today, however, Valve is allowing modders to offer their creations at a price. The first game to take advantage of this new feature is The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, which currently has nineteen paid mods available. More games are set to use this feature in the coming weeks.

Hit the jump to learn more about the program!

A new free app allows you to stream PC games onto your Android device. Through Remotr, you can play just about any PC game by mirroring the screen on to the device and providing onscreen controls. All you have to do is install the Windows clients and then download the app.

To find out more head inside!

Harmonix revealed last month that they're reviving Rock Band, complete with new instruments (though the old ones will still be supported) created by Mad Catz. As it turns out, Mad Catz has a much bigger role than just designing the game's controllers. Mad Catz has announced on their website that they'll actually be co-publishing the game with Harmonix, allowing them to "work closer than ever before with Harmonix, delivering a seamless experience from game through hardware and ensuring that we focus on the needs of the gamer first and foremost!" What do you think of this development?

Developer Creative Assembly announced the next installment in the Total War franchise today. Total War: Warhammer was unveiled to the world in an amazing cinematic trailer which featured many of the races of the Warhammer world.

Read more after the jump!

Late last month, indie developer Tom Happ launched a Metroid-inspired retro game called Axiom Verge on PlayStation 4. We went hands-on with a review copy of the game and absolutely loved it. If you don't have a PlayStation 4, however, you can still play. A Vita port is on the way, and Happ has just released a new trailer announcing that the Steam version of the content-packed action-platformer will launch on May 14 for $19.99 / €17.99. You can check out the new trailer by clicking below!

EA and DICE recently unveiled Star Wars: Battlefront, and although the footage is impressive and anticipation for a new Star Wars game is high, the reception of the game has been very mixed thus far. Based on what DICE has revealed, some fans feel the new game deviates too much from the established formula, while others fear it will lack severely in content. Assistant producer Jesper Nielsen has been fielding questions from concerned fans on Reddit, including an assertion that the core game is intentionally lacking in content to pave the way for lots of DLC. Hit the jump to see his response.

According to Konami's official website, the multiplayer portion of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain will support up to sixteen players on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC, while the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of MGS V will support up to twelve players at once. Metal Gear Online was initially revealed last December, where Kojima Productions showcased its gameplay in an action-packed trailer.

You can catch the Metal Gear Online trailer after the jump!

Last year, Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami set out to revive the survival-horror genre with a terrifying new game called The Evil Within. The game launched with generally positive reviews and strong sales, and developer Tango Gameworks is continuing to support it with DLC. A new DLC pack titled "The Consequence" is available now, picking up where the last DLC pack, The Assignment, left off. You can check out the launch trailer by clicking below!

A few days ago we got a new, cinematic trailer for Star Wars: Battlefront, and although no actual gameplay was shown, the visuals still impressed. EA made a point of noting that the trailer was all created in-engine with Frostbite. Still, many fans are skeptical. It has become commonplace for developers to create CGI trailers that do not represent actual in-game visuals or to release trailers created using a high-end gaming PC, leading to a significant downgrade when the console version releases. According to EA, this is not the case with Battlefront. Hit the jump for more!

The rumored Disney Infinity 3.0 could be getting many fan favourite characters, according to a leak by Chinese retailer Taobao. Mulan, Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Olaf, both Sam Flynn and Quorra from Tron: Legacy, as well as five characters from the upcoming Pixar movie Inside Out were all listed by both the retailer and site Infinity Inquirer as coming to Disney Infinity 3.0. Polygon sources also predict that these new characters would be releasing along side the Star Wars figures that may be coming when Star Wars Episode VII comes out. All details and information surrounding Disney Infinity 3.0 have since been removed from Disney Inquirer.

Click the jump to find out more information!