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In issue 239, we asked readers what game would make them buy a next-gen system. The results were surprising, with Kingdom Hearts 3 winning in a landslide. Here are some of the responses.
Do you return the lost pet to the grieving old lady, hold out for a better reward, or punt the puppy across the street for sociopathic kicks?
With today's new GTA trailers, it seems like a good time to
look back at the legacy of Grand Theft Auto's music.
The story evangelist spoke with us about how his role as a director has changed since Heavy Rain.
filters his formal classical background through a love of cutting edge electronic
music. We spoke with Deriviere
about his musical background, video game composition, and musical inspirations.
We chat with Archie Comics about how the Blue Blur and the Blue Bomber came to cross paths.
We fight dinosaurs with physics and check our breasts to see our health meter in this supremely odd PC title.
Mobile games are growing more sophisticated and engaging, but many developers need to alter their monetization approach if they want to appeal to dedicated gamers.
Imagine a world where the characters that inhabit our role-playing games were real. Who’d make the VIP list?
The chief creative officer of DC Entertainment and popular writer weighs in on working with WB Montreal.
The final installment is the most satisfying arc of the story, even if gameplay isn’t up to the franchise’s normal standards.
Since launch, EA and Maxis have been working to fix SimCity's problems, and the effort has improved the experience. But is the game where it needs to be?