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Over the years there has been an inordinate number of articles
written about the consumption of Japanese food on video game blogs. What
is the mysterious connection between food, video games, and Japan? This
reporter packed his bags and traveled to Japan to find out.
Visual novels have made an impact on U.S. gamers. Does the movement have a good chance to continue?
Editorial Intern Kayla Herrera chronicles her experience with the Silent Hill franchise and comes to terms (as best as she ever will) with the downfall of one of survival horror's most original titles.
Whether it’s vampires, werewolves, or headless horsemen, 19th century horror takes center stage in this brilliant adventure board game.
We take a look at the game's third level, where an impressive sandstorm tears through a firefight.
Here are some more answers to our recent Question of the Month: What video game series would you permanently kill, and why? Haters gonna hate.
As we wait impatiently for news on Half-Life 3, Left 4 Dead 3, or perhaps even a new IP, it's worth taking a moment to thank Valve for all of its hard work over the years.
We talk with Tulio Adriano about the creation of a brand new 16-bit RPG, and his company’s plans to bring an HD update of the game to current gen consoles.
Adam Biessener and Jeff Cork join Test Chamber host Andy Reiner for this look at the console port of Risen 2. You have to see this to believe it.
This week's video takes a look at No Cliché's charming vehicle-based Dreamcast title.
We dive into Double Fine’s sprawling cavern and offer a glimpse of the opening puzzles of the game.
Dancing like a fool without looking like a fool is hard, which is why
we usually dance alone at home. But you demand to know what the new
Dance Central plays like, and we have to deliver.