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  • 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: Breaking Down The Dragon Age: Inquisition Romance Options

    The weight of the world may be on your shoulders, but that doesn't mean you won't find love along the way. Dragon Age: Inquisition has multiple romance options available, some specific to certain genders and races. You don't have to romance someone, since you might not find someone you want... More
  • Blog Post: Opinion – Offering A Final Fantasy XV Demo Is A Step In The Right Direction For Square Enix

    The road to Final Fantasy XV has been long and winding. The game that started off as Final Fantasy Versus XIII was announced at E3 2006 and very little information surfaced about the title up until it transformed into Final Fantasy XV last year . In a way, it was gutsy move to make it a mainline title... More
  • Blog Post: From First To Last – Comparing More Developers’ Early Work To Later Work

    Recently, we took a look at a handful of highly successful developers and how their games have changed over the years by comparing their first title, to their most recent title. We’re looking at a few more developers to track their progress over their professional lifespan. Sucker Punch –... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Citizens Of Earth

    Citizens of Earth, the EarthBound-inspired RPG where players play as the vice president of United States, doesn't release until next month, but Atlus joined us to show off an early extended look at the game. In the video below, we're joined by Atlus' John Hardin as he walks us through an... More
  • Blog Post: Exploring The Concept Art Of Assassin's Creed Unity

    Establishing the themes and mood for games in concept art is essential. These ideas often give birth to even more creative implementations. Assassin's Creed Unity is no different. The French Revolution drove much of its initial art and introduced some of the important conflicts the writers wanted... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Infamous First Light

    First Light, the follow-up prequel to Infamous Second Son launches today, and we played through the game's opening. Even if you haven't played Second Son, First Light is a good place to jump in and learn about the world of Seattle super heroes. In the downloaded title (which isn't technically... More
  • Blog Post: PlayStation 4's Indie Exclusives List

    Since the announcement of the PlayStation 4, Sony has made a strong play towards recruiting high-profile independent developers to the console. From giving games like Mercenary Kings and Entwined showcases at E3 press conferences to a program that allows indies to self-publish without a deal with a larger... More
  • Blog Post: From First To Last – Comparing Developers’ Early Work To Later Work

    Development studios, even highly successful ones, like to change things. As the old adage goes (I assume), if it ain’t broke, try something different to see if that also works. Studios like Naughty Dog may have made a name for themselves with a jumping cartoon bandicoot named Crash, but that doesn’t... More
  • Blog Post: Which Controller Is The Loudest? Sounding Off On Controller Noise

    Recently, while making my way through Infamous Second Son as the rest of my household was asleep, I could distinctly hear my controller echoing through the house. It wasn't from the speaker built into the controller I always forget is there that periodically emits noise to remind you of its existence... More
  • Blog Post: Five Guest Wrestlers That Deserve A Spot On The WWE 2K15 Roster

    This weekend, 2K revealed the roster for WWE 2K15 . It was disappointingly full of real professional wrestlers. Fighting games have guests all the time. The Soul Calibur series has seen guest fighters as diverse as Link and Darth Vader. Even the recent EA Sports UFC game featured Bruce Lee as a playable... More
  • Blog Post: Why Isn't Media Molecule Just Making Tearaway 2?

    If you haven’t played Tearaway on the Vita , it’s a clever little platformer, and it looks like the new PS4 version – Tearaway Unfolded – will be well worth your time. If you have played the Vita version, Media Molecule has revamped the game to such an extreme degree that in many... More
  • Blog Post: The Man Behind Assassin's Creed Unity's Arno Dorian On Comedy And Motion-Capture Make-Outs

    Dan Jeannotte has a history of doing radio voice-over work, improvisational comedy, and even some small parts for other Ubisoft video games. But taking on the role of Arno Victor Dorian for Assassin's Creed Unity, of whom he provides the motion-capture and voice performance, is a big step up for... More
  • Blog Post: Our Top 25 Games Of Last Generation Snubs List

    When you make a list, you’re bound to upset a few people. That’s true whether you’re calling out the best Xbox 360 games , PS3 titles , or Wii releases , as we’ve been doing. Everyone has an opinion; if you’re not putting a particular game too high in your rankings, you’re... More
  • Blog Post: Kingdom Hearts III Co-Director Teases What's To Come

    Square Enix is extra secretive with its coveted Kingdom Hearts franchise, but we were able to interview co-director Tai Yasue, who's currently working on Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 Remix. The collection includes the Final Mix for Kingdom Hearts II and Birth By Sleep, on top of updated cutscenes from Re... More
  • Blog Post: Playing As A Giant Robot Spider In Watch Dogs

    Watch Dogs presents players with a great big open world to explore, and packs it with side missions and other diversions. Some of these gameplay options are sillier than others. Take Spider-Tank for instance; this "digital trip" transforms Aiden into a giant robotic spider. In addition to being... More
  • Blog Post: Seven Key Moments From This Week's Big Trailers

    The previous week showcased a surprising number of big trailers for big games, and we've pulled key moments from a few of them. Hulk parallel parks in Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes The latest trailer for Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes is surprisingly serious. It shows members of The... More
  • Blog Post: Opinion: I Want More Fetch From Infamous: Second Son

    It's rare that I finish a game and immediately wonder about DLC, but as soon as I finished Infamous: Second Son, I wanted see more of Fetch. It felt like my time with her ended way too soon. Fetch, aka Abigail Walker, is my favorite character in Infamous: Second Son, so I was bummed that I didn't... More
  • Blog Post: Elder Scrolls Online: Subscription's Last Stand Or Re-Emerging Trend?

    Once dominated by the subscription-based model espoused by hits like World of Warcraft and EverQuest, over the past decade massively multiplayer role-playing games have gradually shifted toward free-to-play. Juggernauts like WoW still fare well with subscriptions, but other publishers found it easier... More
  • Blog Post: Metal Gear Through The Years

    From its beginnings in 1987, Metal Gear has gone through a huge number of changes, but there are some aspects of the game that have remained constant throughout. Snake is always performing a stealth mission, and he always has back-up – even if they can't be there with him on the field. In this... More
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