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I recruit Dan Ryckert and Tim Turi in a video to show off the novel gameplay that a coma provides in Driver: San Francisco's brilliant split-screen Tag Mode.
We'll be talking to the team at Sucker Punch on an upcoming podcast, and we want your questions!
The warmly received 360 and PC game didn’t meet sales expectations out of the gate, leading me to believe many gamers haven’t given it a try. This is their wake-up call.
Few people talk about Sony's mix of air, vehicular, and on-foot combat any more, but it was one of my favorite multiplayer experiences this generation.
The experience of playing El Shaddai is unmatched; it's a testament to how the developers let their imaginations run wild, creating mind-bending landscapes with intense kaleidoscopic colors.
The Club was a speed-based shooting competition that played like nothing before or since.
We have a full day of "cult classics" features lined up. Get ready for some obscurity.
We go on a bug hunt in this N64 open-world game, and tackle one of the ugliest UIs of all time in our roulette segment.
Every once in a while I look at a piece of character art and come to the
conclusion that there isn’t a way to faithfully manifest it into
reality. I thought Cassiopeia was a character that transcended into
movie magic territory, but Jerry Polence and her cosplay crew proved me
Cryptic’s latest probably isn’t what most would picture as a Dungeons & Dragons MMORPG, but it works surprisingly well as a multiplayer fantasy action game.
We take a look at the series' evolution.
Increasingly, video game creators are trying to make sure their games appeal to everyone, but is it necessary?