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Destiny's progression and end-game is fundamentally flawed in a way that reminds me of Diablo III. That isn't a compliment.
The definition of what is a video game is changing. It will never stop changing. But at their core games will always be about experiencing events and lives that aren't our own.
Say what you want about the game's over-the-top violence or its linearity, but Bioshock Infinite features one of the finest game tutorials I've ever played.
Believe it or not, indie fencing game Nidhogg actually has a lot in common with real fencing and other martial arts. Minus the Nidhogg, of course.
If I had to describe Destiny in one word, it wouldn't be shooter, RPG, or MMO. To me, there is one word that perfectly captures what Destiny is all about -- optimism.
I've never been one for sports games, so when I discovered one I actually enjoyed I couldn't have been more surprised. Even more surprising was that it's more than three decades old.
Proving that even in the deepest darkness there is always light, here are some of the best indie games to be found among the steaming pile of titles that make up the Xbox Live Indie Game marketplace.
I stopped playing Diablo III two months after the game released in May of 2012 and never gave it a second thought. Fast forward two years later and it's my most played game. What happened? A lot.
Battlefield has never been a favorite shooter franchise of mine, but Hardline's interesting new take on the classic FPS is a fun change of pace.
Some say the Rise of the Tomb Raider trailer, showing Lara Croft in a therapy session, makes one of gaming’s few strong female characters look weak. That’s not the case at all. In fact, I think it makes her stronger.
Part DayZ and part Jurassic Park, Steam Early Access title The Stomping Land is a unique, dinosaur filled survival experience, even if it is a little rough around the edges.
Hundreds of games will be shown next week at E3. Will these five be among them?