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  • Blog Post: My Real Game Of The Year Might Not Be From This Year

    This year was a contentious year for “end of” lists. Many of the editors on staff have their own opinion about what should have been game of the year, and few of them seem to agree. Personally, I’ve been telling everyone that my game of the year is Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, and... More
  • Blog Post: Which Game Should You Buy On Black Friday?

    The biggest shopping days of the year – Black Friday and Cyber Monday – are coming up. This year has given us a variety of great games to choose from, and we’ve created this helpful list to help you decide which game is right for you. This is by no means a complete list of every good... More
  • Blog Post: How To Play As A Shark In Grand Theft Auto V

    We now know the location of 10 peyote plants in the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of Grand Theft Auto V. My latest find is located on the ocean floor just off of Del Perror Pier. You'll need to come at this one from an angle to avoid drowning. I consumed this plant twice and turned into a dolphin... More
  • Blog Post: [New Videos Added] How To Play As A Bird, Dog & Cow In Grand Theft Auto V

    Bran Stark from Game of Thrones isn't the only character who can enter the mind of a bird. To accomplish this feat, you need to track down one of 27 pieces of peyote hidden across San Andreas in the PlayStation 4 or Xbox One version of the game. After consuming this drug, Franklin, Trevor, or Michael... More
  • Blog Post: Where To Find The First Clue In Grand Theft Auto V's New Murder Mystery

    The hunt for new content in Grand Theft Auto V continues. Today, we stumbled upon the first clue in Michael's murder mystery mission. We have no idea what it means, or where to go from here, but the first step has been made. You can find it at the Gentry Manor Hotel. Use the side entrance and look... More
  • Blog Post: Chronicles - The Hunt For Peyote In Grand Theft Auto V

    With each passing hour, gamers across the globe are uncovering new secrets in Grand Theft Auto V. One of the biggest finds so far (which we've been chronicling ) is the discovery of peyote, a drug that transforms Franklin, Trevor, and Michael into animals. The race to find all 27 peyote plants is... More
  • Blog Post: How To Find Grand Theft Auto V's First Stock Car Race

    Stock car races are one of the new additions to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of Grand Theft Auto V. Each race rewards the player with a new muscle car painted with logos of popular brands in San Andreas. You won't be able to jump into these new events from the outset of play. You'll... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Grand Theft Auto V's First-Person Mode

    Grand Theft Auto V has been given a new face, and with the option to play in first person it feels more immersive than ever. This current-gen release offers new lighting, missions, weather, and more. Everything from driving, flying, swimming, and shootouts are more intimate and intense with the new first... More
  • Blog Post: Watch The Replay Of Our Grand Theft Auto V Live Stream

    NOTE: The stream is over for now, but you can check out the archive on Twitch right here . Grand Theft Auto V releases on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One tomorrow. Rather than just porting over the same content, Rockstar has added a handful of touches to these versions, including a new first-person perspective... More
  • Blog Post: 10 Mods We Want For Grand Theft Auto V PC

    The Grand Theft Auto games are great on any platform they come to, but like the Elder Scrolls series, you get more bang for your buck with the PC version thanks to all the brilliant mods the community creates after the game releases. GTA V doesn't hit until January 27, but that's not stopping... More
  • Blog Post: November 18: Welcome To The New Release Battleground

    Back in April, I penned a story about the biggest day of the gaming year: October 7 . At the time, that date featured a clash of titans, including Dragon Age: Inquisition, Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, and Alien: Isolation. As you probably know, a few things have changed. Since then, Dragon Age: Inquisition... More
  • Blog Post: Why Narrative Disconnect Is Worth Talking About

    If Lara Croft is just a girl trying to survive, why is she so good at remorselessly mowing down bad guys? If Nathan Drake is a charming, relatable everyman, how should we feel about the fact that we control him as he kills hundreds? As video game storytelling has improved, the idea that gameplay design... More
  • Blog Post: Ten Celebrities You Forgot Were Grand Theft Auto Voice Actors

    In recent years, the Grand Theft Auto games have shied away from using celebrity voice actors. But back in the series' PlayStation 2 days, Rockstar hired entertainment heavyweights like Dennis Hopper, Ray Liotta, and Ice-T to do voiceovers - including some you probably forgot about. 10 - Shaun Ryder... More
  • Blog Post: Top 25 Xbox 360 Games

    Microsoft launched the Xbox 360 in 2005, kicking off the last generation of gaming. This was the most successful period for the company to date; with its excellent Xbox Live service and deep support from third-party developers, the Xbox 360 in many ways became the defining console of the last generation... More
  • Blog Post: 2013 Action Game Of The Year Awards

    For all intents and purposes, 2013 was the final big year for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. These consoles went out with a bang rather than a whimper, and you'll see that reflected in the excellent action games we call attention to in this article. Here are the award-winning games in the action... More
  • Blog Post: Five Games That Can Benefit From A Definitive Edition

    It’s official. We’ve left the world of HD remakes behind (almost). We’ve evolved to the next generation. Enter: The Definitive Edition. Tomb Raider is the first game that’s getting one , and it’s more than a Game of the Year edition. This is a full-fledged overhaul that... More
  • Blog Post: The Best Open World Games

    Part of the thrill of gaming is being able to step into imaginative worlds that let us make our own marks in them. In an instant, we can be transported to virtually anywhere, such as places in history or fantastical lands. Therefore, we thought we'd celebrate some of the best, as we look forward... More
  • Blog Post: Causing Chaos Through The Years In Grand Theft Auto

    From its beginnings in 1997, Grand Theft Auto has been a game that is just as much about its open sandbox world as it is about its story and characters. Doing what you want in Grand Theft Auto's world has always been welcome, and we decided to take a look at how it has changed over the last 16 years... More
  • Blog Post: Opinion: Why I’m Happy About Watch Dogs’ Delay

    Confession: I silently celebrate when some games are delayed. I sighed with relief when I heard Ubisoft’s ambitious open-world hacking game, Watch Dogs, was delayed earlier this week . I’m not some Grinch who finds joy imagining the game missing from a hopeful gamer’s Christmas stocking... More
  • Blog Post: Grand Theft Auto V: The Little Moments

    Rockstar’s latest entry in the record-breaking Grand Theft Auto series has been out for almost a month, but the world of Los Santos is more than big enough to keep players invested for months more. I beat the game’s main story this week, and kept notes throughout on some of the unscripted... More
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