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Many of you have been wondering what happened to all of the outtakes we include in our Super Replay episodes. Maybe you were worried that we had forgotten about or even purposely neglected to include them. Quite the opposite!
Tons of the new J'avo enemies attack the BSAA agents, allowing us to show off the new gameplay, including the ability to move and shoot.
We take a look at sequels that disappointed fans of their predecessors.
The director of production at Epic Games explains how the team generates new ideas.
We return to the game that got the Force better than any actual Star Wars game before it.
The world of consoles has yet to do any real experimentation in the world of
free-to-play, but that could all change soon.
Developers habitually ignore the best part of Microsoft’s peripheral, which has absolutely nothing to do with motion gaming.
Last week, we discussed what the term eSports meant and made a case for why people might enjoy it. This week, we talk about the core games and franchises that make up the eSports scene.
While Iron Mike is easily the most intimidating of all of Punch-Out's fighters, there are many moments in the NES classic that can still raise the heart rates of nostalgic gamers. Chief among them is this terrifying moment.
The moment you encounter the third colossus (also called Gaius) is breathtaking, terrifying, and indelibly memorable.
Take a look at this new physics-based puzzle game from Black Pants Studios.
Be warned, our brief look at the beginning of this game will ruin the movie for you.