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In 1998 Nintendo released a little game called Pokémon for the Game Boy and it triggered a time-consuming storm of obsession in my mind.
In celebration of Q*bert’s 30th anniversary, we spoke with his creator about the character’s unique history and its lasting legacy.
Jake Kaufman's soundtracks include hits like Contra 4, BloodRayne: Betrayal, and the upcoming Double Dragon Neon. Find out about Billy and Jimmy's band and more inside.
This week's video takes a look at No Cliché's charming vehicle-based Dreamcast title.
Gross-out kills, colorful bloodshed, and a lot of repetition in this 25-plus minutes of The Darkness II.
We talk with The Smithsonian American Art Museum’s guest curator, Chris Melissinos, about the museum's newest exhibit, “The Art of Video Games,” a
6,000 square-foot show dedicated to showing off the artistic merits of
over 80 games from the last 40 years.[Excerpt]
Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance and its accompanying guide came out last week, and these are the good, bad, and ugly elements you can expect to find in its pages.
Find out which racing games were good enough to get a podium finish.
There are so many wonderful places from the series I could pick, but what fun would that be? Instead I will introduce you to a place that I have hated ever since I crawled out of the exit. Rock Tunnel, I choose you!
Game Informer's Jeff Cork and Kyle Hilliard talk about Zelda on Wii U, Amiibo toys, and the merits of Nintendo's new IP Splatoon.
This collection of photos from my first day at the show focuses on the bombastic booths and hordes of gamers itching to play unreleased games.
We spent all day playing the new multiplayer beta, and share what we learned through six extensive updates.