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Here are the episodes to be familiar with if you want to be caught up on The Stick of Truth's more substantial references.
Game Informer's Joe Juba and Dan Ryckert are joined by Aaron "Golden" Barnhart, a member of the Super Metroid speedrunning community, to get a guided tour through the elements of a successful Super Metroid speedrun.
Obsidian and South Park Studios have accomplished the rare feat of creating a licensed game that's genuinely funny. Check out an early area here.
Despite my previous convictions to put down games when they overstay their welcome, I’m committed to finishing the Final Fantasy XIII series. I’ve been trying to figure out why.
The Metal Gear creator is a well-known film buff. While we were at his studio, we had a chance to talk about his favorite Hollywood creations.
This feature highlights great video games that are based on cartoon TV shows in anticipation for the release of South Park: The Stick of Truth.
Maybe it's time to acknowledge the truth: Film adaptations of video games serve no purpose.
Here's an organized look at the games that at one time or another I couldn't stop playing.
The success of Twitch Plays Pokémon might turn out to be an isolated phenomenon, but if it does turn out there is a market for crowd-played games, what other titles could work?
We listen to Tidus' story one more time...
Associate editor Kyle Hilliard examines what’s happening in the multiplayer modes of games that arguably never needed them.
In Retrospective Reviews, reviews editor Joe Juba picks back up a game he scored long ago for another look. In this installment, he plays the last in the Thief series prior to the recent reboot.