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  • Blog Post: No Man's Sky Receiving Simultaneous Release On PC and PlayStation 4

    During Sony's press conference , fans watched developer Sean Murray fight an intergalactic battle and explore a randomized planet. Although Hello Games neglected to reveal any more gameplay during the PC Gaming Show, the company did announce a simultaneous release on PC and PlayStation 4. The actual... More
  • Blog Post: Star Fox's Barrel Roll Is Scientifically Accurate

    People have been telling us to do a barrel roll for years; it turns out that even in space, you'll still be able to pull one off. Watch the following video to learn about the science behind Star Fox's barrel roll; it's actually more interesting than it sounds. Most games show a complete disrespect... More
  • Blog Post: PSA: Humble Store Slashing Prices On Space Games This Weekend

    In space, no one can hear you save. This is a shame, because there are reasons you might want to share this news. Humble Bundle is running a weekend sale feature space games, with prices cut on recent blockbusters and indie gems. The highlight of the sale is Alien: Isolation for $16.99. You’ll... More
  • Blog Post: This Eve Online Trailer Makes Me Want To Play The Game

    The sci-fi MMO Eve Online is so big and sprawling that it's hard to describe in only a few words. Thankfully, CCP Games has collected the words of many of its players to craft this spellbinding trailer that makes this 11-year-old title very enticing. In September CCP Games issued a call to EVE Online... More
  • Blog Post: Nvidia Creates Moon Landing Simulation To Prove Its Veracity

    Some folks don't believe the moon landing actually happened. They say it was filmed on a set, and point to aspects of the lighting as proof of its falsity. Nvidia aims to prove those naysayers wrong with a simulation – and show off some cool tech. The simulation truly serves to show off Nvidia's... More
  • Blog Post: Steam Holiday Sale Day 11: Space Drama, Space Puzzles, And Earth Trucks

    Steam's leaked sales turned out to be accurate, as today's list of discounted games are exactly the ones we expected them to be. You've got strategy, action, puzzle, RPG , and truck driving choices today. It's good mix of titles. Total War: Rome II - $29.97 (Regularly $59.95) Might &... More
  • Blog Post: Square Enix Announces Star Galaxy

    Its countdown site didn't quite refresh as quickly as it was supposed to , but Square Enix's announcement is here, and it's for a game called Star Galaxy. The website is in Japanese, so there isn't much information to us English speakers, but here's some rough Google translation answering... More
  • Blog Post: Star Citizen FAQ Posted

    Your most pressing questions about the recently announced space dogfighting and trading game have been answered. The FAQ posted by developer Cloud Imperium Games addresses the game's unique structure, which "will take the best of all possible worlds, ranging from a permanent, persistent world... More
  • Blog Post: Wheatley Makes A Cameo In Space With NASA's Help

    A small engraving of Wheatley along with the quote "In spaaaaaaace!" has appeared on panel that will be heading to the International Space Station. The official Portal 2 blog posted the image morning, which comes from an anonymous NASA employee. Valve couldn't emphasize enough that the... More
  • Blog Post: Starhawk Performs A Deadly Dance Above Earth’s Orbit

    Watch what could happen during one of Starhawk’s epic multiplayer matches. Sony’s spiritual successor to 2007's Warhawk isn’t set to release until 2012, but it looks like the war has already flamed up on one of the game’s orbital platforms. More
  • Blog Post: Dead Space 2 Video Will Make You Pee Your Pants

    Seriously, we just had to go home and change. Oh well, it was all worth it just to see this jaw-dropping video of the next chapter in the saga of deep space super-miner Isaac Clarke. Based on this E3 trailer, it looks like the gang as Visceral haven't lost their touch when it comes to delivering... More
  • Blog Post: What You Didn't Know About Mass Effect 2

    Game development often lasts for years. And in that stretch of time, studios have their fair share of ups and downs. From humorous game bugs to stress-relieving antics, Game Informer peers behind the curtain of game development. In this Tidbits column, BioWare shares the stories behind the development... More
  • Blog Post: Sword of the Stars II Announced

    Paradox Interactive dropped the news of a sequel to 2006's space empire grand strategy title for PC this morning. A favorite among hardcore strategy gamers, Sword of the Stars is beloved for its outstanding balance and the well-executed real-time battles within its larger turn-based structure. The... More
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