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The founder of 17-Bit looks back on the road that led to Skulls of the Shogun's difficult development.
We got to play through the beginning stages of the game, where Mickey leaps off sentient mushrooms and ghosts in an enchanted forest.
Join the Game Informer staff as we take a look back at the Super Nintendo classic.
that author Neil Gaiman is working an original game
has inspired us to look at what other authors could do in the medium.
Ever wanted to get into the Tales series, but you're not sure where to start? You're in luck; RPG Spotlight offers a concise overview of the elements that give a franchise its heart and soul.
How Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon came together under the guidance of Ubisoft’s passionate 1980s savant, Dean Evans.
Android owners still have to wait months to play most of the newest and coolest iOS titles, but the quality of Google's gaming scene continues to steadily improve. Here are some more Android games that are worth your time and money.
Beating a game doesn’t always mean that the experience is over. These are our tips for how to make a cool bonus boss – and how to avoid making a bad one.
One modding community aims to bring Elder Scrolls' eight other countries to Skyrim.
Take a look into the past at some of the many uses of time travel in video games.
Several Metal Gear games contradict each other on various topics – though some of the incongruities are more significant than others. Be warned: spoilers ahead.
Sit back and watch as a weaponless thief gets the best of greedy politicians, unleashes a bear against a hapless circus performer, and somehow manages to stuff three gigantic cakes into his back pockets.