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From sandy dunes to frozen wastelands, thatgamecompany makes seemingly dead landscapes teem with life and energy.
Neither the Xbox One or the PlayStation 4 is backwards compatible. While the feature would get use in the short term, would it make a long-term impact?
After a lengthy hiatus from military shooters, one GI editor returns to Call of Duty and Battlefield to see if anything has changed.
How did we arrive at the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One? Read on to see the major innovations in modern video game consoles.
Microsoft says that it’s not abandoning the Xbox 360, but how is this possible?
While digging through our archive of press releases and marketing materials, we came across early concept art for some of the car combat franchise's original stars.
We may be a ways away from hearing concrete information about Team Ico's next title, but that's not stopping us from revisiting their first.
Associate editor Kimberley Wallace shares her picks for RPGs to keep on your radar.
The two hobbies are anything but mutually exclusive, and spending time with board and card games can offer an increased understanding and love of their digital counterparts.
Ubisoft’s in-game rewards program is a clever way to reward loyalty, and other studios should take note.
We take a look at Dragon Ball Z's extensive list of console releases with a handful of videos showcasing our time with the series.
The list of impressive indie games slated to release in 2014 is long. Here are 25 of our favorites.