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We recently spoke with Gaikai CEO David Perry about all things PlayStation Now.
As we wait impatiently for news on Half-Life 3, Left 4 Dead 3, or perhaps even a new IP, it's worth taking a moment to thank Valve for all of its hard work over the years.
Readers respond to the recent Question of the Month: What video game animal would you want as a pet, and why?
Return to Camp Crystal Lake. You just might not leave again.
One point in Metal Gear Solid did a fantastic job of simultaneously filling the player with dread and making them wonder what was coming up next.
In this video feature, Double Fine's Brad Muir talks about his team's radically transparent approach to developing their strategy game.
I’m a big fan of intricate armor builds, and Kevin’s costume blew me
away when I spotted it at GamesCom this past year. Even more impressive
is that it marked his very first time cosplaying. I’d say you’re off to a
great start, Kevin.
The very first Guitar Hero released 10 years ago today, so we're looking back at all of our Guitar Hero reviews.
We gathered eight editors to play Super Smash Bros. on Wii U, and we all picked Mewtwo. It's chaos.
I managed to log as many hours in Resident Evil 2’s Raccoon City as many gamers pour into lengthy RPGs. Here's how.
We're taking a look at the work of a few more developers as they have evolved from their beginnings, to today.
When players think of great moments in video games, they often think of moments that involve high-end graphics, a gripping story, or deep dialogue. Yet one of the most memorable moments in gaming history comes out of the ‘80s and continues to haunt gamers even up to this day.