The lights are on
We check on the whereabouts of some of this year's big games.
Asking for feedback is never bad, but players need more intel to make sound decisions.
We've got more screens from Turtle Rock Studios' new multiplayer-focused shooter, which show off Goliath and the hunters in action.
Re-releases are common in the world of video games, but there are a few
games that publishers seem to lean on more than others.
Metal Gear Solid wasn't the only PSone stealth title to come out in the fall of 1998. Watch us test our sneaking skills in this new episode.
Rather than close the book on a popular game, some publishers send extra installments shambling to store shelves as husks of their former glory.
We asked a number of developers and publishers to share their views on sales.
What should you do after you've been away from a game for a while?
Whether you play the game or just love the detailed miniatures, WizKids has an expanding array of video game tie-in figures.
The digital collectible card game (DCG) is a genre getting a lot of love and attention in 2014.
It’s no accident that Left 4 Dead and Evolve feature four-player teams. Turtle Rock explains why.
Mark Morgan's ethereal, electronic music-influenced game scores have helped convey the emotion in such games as Fallout: New Vegas and Planescape: Torment. He's currently working on Brian Fargo's much-anticipated Wasteland 2.