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  • Blog Post: Keeping Promises: Seven Things That Need To Happen In 2015

    It's tough to make a promise when it comes to video game development. So many things can happen when it comes to a title or feature being completed, to say nothing of nailing a release date. That being said, there have been some...assurances, shall we say...that companies have made about their games... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Funk Of Titans

    Funk of Titans by A Crowd of Monsters combines 70's funk and modern pop culture with ancient Greece. It's an odd mash up, but before you know it you'll be sporting a Stormtrooper mask with a giant boombox while smashing the faces of Greek soldiers. Most of the levels borrow from the endless... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Halo 5's Breakout Mode

    The Halo 5 multiplayer beta continues with the addition of a new game mode called Breakout. It’s a fast-paced, close-quarters style of match that feels a little more like Counter Strike than our beloved Halo. But despite the lack of rockets and warthogs, we’ve been enjoying it. Join Kyle... More
  • Blog Post: Opinion – 2015 Is Anyone's Year

    Going into 2014, the PlayStation 4 had a clear advantage. While Sony’s latest console flew off shelves during its launch window in late 2013, Microsoft’s Xbox One couldn't attain the same sales under the weight of a higher price tag and unclear pre-release brand messaging. At the same... More
  • Blog Post: Looking Back At The Conversations Of 2014

    On January 1 this year, I spent some time putting together what I thought would be the biggest issues of this gaming year . Now that we are nearing the end of the fall rush, it’s time to look back and re-evaluate where we are. Early Access Continues To Evolve As Kickstarter begins to plateau and... More
  • Blog Post: Zampella Discusses Titanfall's Future And Respawn's Mystery Project

    We caught up with Respawn CEO Vince Zampella to talk about the first year of Titanfall , the future of the franchise, and what effect the hire of God of War III director Stig Asmussen has had on the studio. Zampella, as always, was candid , and if you pay attention there is always something to read between... More
  • Blog Post: Game-By-Frame: The Importance Of Photo Mode In Games

    If a pixel were worth a thousand words, then you could spend weeks reciting anywhere between 900 million and 2 billion words for every frame of a game on your HDTV. Luckily, you don’t have to: photo mode says it all for you. For context, photo mode is a function in some video games that allows... More
  • Blog Post: The PlayStation Experience And Video Game Awards News Round-Up

    A lot of news and announcements happened in the last 48 hours. This is where we’re rounding it all up. News To find all the winners from the 2014 Game Awards head here . EA is giving away three of its games for free in honor of the PlayStation's 20th anniversary. Read more here . Faceplates... More
  • Blog Post: Four Teaser Trailers That Did Exactly What They Were Supposed To

    With the Star Wars teaser trailer continuing to make the rounds online ( and being mercilessly spoofed ), it prompts me to think of some of the teasers for video games I am most excited to learn more about. These are the recent teasers that drip-fed just the right amount of information to make me excited... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Styx: Master Of Shadows

    This stealth title is so low-profile it sneaked under our radar when it released over a month ago. Now we're finally investigating Styx: Master of Shadows, which we didn't even know existed until it popped up in a video ad on our site. Developed by Cyanide and published by Focus Home Interactive... More
  • Blog Post: NBA 2K15 Frustrations: MyCareer Won’t Let Me Craft The Player I Want

    NBA 2K's MyCareer mode is my favorite destination. I revel in creating my own player and weaving his story as an up-and-comer; slowly making a name for himself and eventually rising to prominence. The story aspects still have a way to go, but there's plenty of potential. I like that this mode... 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: Tim Dadabo On Voicing 343 Guilty Spark In Halo

    With the release of Halo: The Master Chief Collection , we've all got Master Chief's Bungie adventures on our minds and on our TVs. I had a chance to chat with Tim Dadabo, who played 343 Guilty Spark in the Halo games, and I asked him about what it was like to work on Halo before it was the franchise... 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: Five Major Ways Halo 5: Guardians Changes The Series’ Multiplayer

    We got an early look at the upcoming Halo 5: Guardians multiplayer beta , and it’s an understatement to say that there are some changes. In fact, much of what long-time fans of the franchise know about the series is about to change. We decided to break down the biggest changes as a handy reference... More
  • Blog Post: How 343 Has Changed The Warthog For Halo 2: Anniversary

    Halo: The Master Chief Collection is still a few days away, but we've got an extensive look at what aesthetic changes have been made to the Warthog for Halo 2: Anniversary. Mechanically, the Warthog functions exactly as it always has, but it looks and sounds different – so we decided to look... More
  • Blog Post: Afterwords – Forza Horizon 2

    Forza Horizon 2 wasn't just more of the same from the racer, it was developer Playground Games expanding the game's entire open world as well as its first foray on a new platform. We talked with Ralph Fulton, creative director at Playground Games and Alan Hartman, director at Turn 10 Studios... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Halo: The Master Chief Collection

    Halo: The Master Chief Collection gathers all of the Halo adventures starring Master Chief into one package, but pays special homage to Halo 2. In an effort to showcase some of the drastic aesthetic changes made to Master Chief's second journey, we're taking a quick look at one of its levels... More
  • Blog Post: Analysis – Microsoft Is Making The Right Moves For The Holiday

    I’ve previously acknowledged that the resolution of games is an important topic for some people . Until there isn’t a discrepancy between the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions on the visual front, that conversation will continue to emerge. But for everyone else, there are other factors... More
  • Blog Post: 2014's Upcoming Xbox One Games

    Sure, streaming, television, and video recording are great features to have in a console platform. They aren’t what gets you to open your wallet and bring home an expensive piece of gaming hardware. We’ve heard your pleas. You want games. That’s why we’ve put together a quick... More
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