The lights are on
Our next issue features over thirty pages that focus on Sony's upcoming PlayStation 4.
The Sims 4 was announced today, and these are our expansion pack concepts that would never make it to production.
These aren't the kinds of tweaks and features that will get stage time at E3, but I still want them.
In honor of Star Wars Day, we're sharing this with you again. We picked the developers we think are the best fit for some of LucasArts' most valuable franchises.
Come one and come all! Watch a stegosaurus and triceratops blow away robots and ninjas with assault rifles. Why are they fighting? To save our cable TV.
Games built around celebrities that are not based on movies are still
somewhat foreign. These are some of the games that have given it a shot
in the past.
Snoop Dogg's rhythm/fighting game, Way of the Dogg, is the kind of game
Test Chambers are made for. It surprised us all with its sudden release,
and the only way to learn more is to just dive right in.
The developers of Arkham Origins talk about their previous work and how it influenced their new game.
We sit down to play some of the great beat ‘em ups of the 1990s, and much chaotic punching and kicking ensues.
Junpei and Chidori's interactions are powerful, but one selfless act showcases their relationship's true impact.
Extensive customization options and a highly flexible battle system make this game of dueling mages one of the most competitive and exciting tabletop titles of recent years.
Game Informer's weekly live stream show usually airs every Tuesday, but
without a big release hitting yesterday, we decided to delay our silly
little show until today so we could show you Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon in