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Get ready to pull out your phones and ignore all incoming calls and texts because this week keeps the hits coming. From Halo and Borderlands to Need for Speed and Chrono there is something new for everybody.
We stumble through Revolution-era New Orleans as the lesser-known (but still pretty cool) assassin Aveline.
Maybe it's just the nostalgia talking, but most video game commercials these days can't hold a candle to these Nintendo classics.
Some of these ideas might be pipe dreams, but it shows that EA Canada has plenty of places it could go with future games.
Zone of the Enders HD Collection includes a sneak peek of Platinum Games' take on Metal Gear. Watch Joe Juba, Dan Ryckert, and Jeff Cork slice and dice PMCs and do a little walk and talk in our new Test Chamber.
Halloween just passed, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to stop losing sleep by terrorizing yourself just yet.
The Maxis co-founder talks about a wide range of topics, including Maxis’ history, inspirations, and the need for a developer to be the public face of a game.
When it comes to rhyming he has no equal, so PaRappa the Rapper – where’s my sequel?
New protagonists allow us to see the story from several angles, especially when they're a playable character.
Join us for a look at some of the new maps and an overview of what multiplayer fans can expect to see when the game launches.
Halloween gives us an excuse to set aside time for our favorite games.
Terrible entries in the horror genre aren't reserved solely for the film industry. These games try to be scary, but fall completely flat.