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It took associate editor Kyle Hilliard longer to play The Last of Us than most, because of his insistence on playing properly.
The second expansion changes the cultural side of the game quite a bit. Here’s a primer on the changes so you can hit the ground running.
We analyze all the footage released for the next Super Smash Bros. to create a list of all the places you'll be fighting on your Wii U and 3DS.
In issue 242, we asked readers what their favorite controller is. The Xbox 360 beat out the DualShock 3 by a modest margin. Here are some of the responses.
Take a look at the vampire-based stealth title that Reiner describes as "worse than Ride To Hell: Retribution."
If you're an Ouya owner looking for an awesome game for your new system, this is definitely the episode for you.
We breakdown NCAA Football 14's new recruiting system and how you can use it to your program's advantage.
Nintendo's past has made it clear that it isn’t completely necessary for a console to knock it out of the park in its first year.
We clean up the streets of Mexico with rakes and cartwheels in this look at the insane 2005 Eidos title.
Dennis Fong's (a.k.a. "Thresh") most unique gaming achievement is winning id Software legend John Carmack's Ferrari.
Misery loves company.
The upcoming Siege of Columbia board game continues the story of BioShock Infinite from a brand new perspective.