The lights are on
Ready at Dawn's co-founders discuss what went right and wrong with The Order's development and why they're now focused on multiplayer experiences.
This week we delve deep into the appeal of the venerable Top Ten list, and rank the ten best FTAP columns. You won't believe #7! (Actually, you probably will.)
Watch us roll rudimentary tanks through buildings and take shovels to the face of the competition!
Senior animator Lucas Walker talks about why The Fractured But Whole
was so challenging to animate and how close Stick of Truth actually emulated the show’s aesthetic.
Is Battlefield 1's singleplayer campaign worth a go? Editors Javy Gwaltney and Andrew Reiner dive into two missions to check it out.
We saw a short teaser this morning of the Nintendo Switch, but we still have a lot of questions and concerns about what we hope to see.
Our shot-by-shot analysis of the trailer pulls any information we can about the highly anticipated sequel.
In issue 283, we asked readers to share the nerdiest video game conversation they've ever had. Now it's your turn to get in on the self-deprecating revelry.
This week is short and sweet – so you can enjoy some blogs and get back to gaming and writing.
Mafia III has debuted to mixed reviews but Editor Javy Gwaltney believes it's an important game. Here's why.
We spoke with Ubisoft San Francisco about what it's like to work with Trey Parker and Matt Stone.
We asked Pokémon Sun & Moon producer Junichi Masuda and director Shigeru Ohmori about the Go phenomenon and what’s new for the next game.